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Very challenging workplace in the past 2 years
Nursing Assistant (Current Employee), 1339 York Ave NY NY 10021June 7, 2013
Pros: free lunch, healthcare benefits.
Cons: new management treats employees like dirt.
I get on my floor around 2:50pm get report from charge nurse do rounds, toileting and changes. serve super along with feeding give showers, bed baths and put residents to bed. At time with hoyer lift or two person transfers.Taking vitals sighs , observing resident behavior, reporting findings to charge nurse. weighting residents .Documentation of resident – more... information. i enjoy working with the other co workers on my floor.team work from start to finish. after 15 years of working in this facility We have new management i do not care for them. the hardest part of my job is when we do not have the equipment to work with. however i enjoy taking care of my residents it put a smile on my face and joy in my heart when i assist these resident with the activities of there daily living. – less
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I love my manager
Charge Nurse (Current Employee), New York, NYOctober 14, 2012
On the sub acute unit I'm busy Typically we can not leave on time
Co- workers are excellent My manager is my best friend The hardest part of my job is if there is not enough nurse on the floor.
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Fast paced, great staff, great residents.
Clinical Nutrition Manager (Current Employee), New York, NYSeptember 9, 2012
Pros: free ceu's, great clinical and supportive staff and residents.
Cons: no coverage for vacations, long commute.
Typically day begins touching base with managment and my dietitian staff, reviewing problems, solutions and work of the day. We must be exceedingly flexible for emerging resident and family needs and concerns. Hardest part of the job is finding time to do it all, but somehow we always manage by helping each other and keeping on track.