Office worker (Current Employee) – VA – February 17, 2018
As many others have said, dying company. Which is a shame. It used to be a great company with a family feel. Now very poorly run by the step-children of the founder. If you are not their friend or family you are nothing. They are really good now at closing locations, questionable contracts with vendors, skimming money from branches making them work harder to make a profit and not holding upper management accountable for bad decisions. Step-children have no clinical experience at all and are reactive vs proactive. Often 'warm bodies' are placed in management and other positions and are not properly trained. Worker beware if you take a position in any location other than where the home office is located in SC. You've been warned.
Hospice side is still ok.
DME and Home Health companies are dying and have terrible reputations in their communities
Human Resources Assistant (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – April 16, 2017
Overall, this company is a good place to work. Everyone is very friendly and they are flexible for work hours. There really is no advancement opportunities for office personnel. The only advancement opportunities are for the clinical employees.
Grief Counselor/Social Worker (Current Employee) – St. Clairsville, OH – December 26, 2013
Provide bereavement counseling Facilitate employee communication/mediation Facilitate family meetings Speaking engagements and teaching regarding Hospice Resolve staff and/or family conflict situations Provide consultations with families, doctors, hospitals Speak with insurance companies and VA regarding patient services