Pros: very nice people in the office, we had lots of fun.
Cons: not enough vacation time.
Went to see patients in homes or facilities and gave bath visits, did nail care and also helped with feeding. Took vitals per case manager and also did weights. I also provided social and emotional support to patient and families. I did learn what it takes to be a good hospice worker for this company with all the education they provided us. Our boss – more... was great she went out with us to make sure we were providing good care to the patients and families. After a long day working the office staff would ask us to come in and eat they were always making something or baking. The hardest part of the job was getting to know your patient and getting them to trust you working with them. I did get a lot of satisfaction pleasing the patients and the families while working with them. – less
Hospice CNA (Former Employee), Leechburg, PA – December 3, 2013
As a home hospice CNA I would travel to patients homes or facilities to do there care and report back to the LPN or RN. I put alot of miles on my car and traveled in all kinds of weather. The patients were very grateful for the care and companionship that we provided.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Leechburg, PA – December 20, 2012
Cons: employee is not valued at all.
The company as a whole is fair to work for, however, the security of the employee is low. Employee's are pretty much expendable, replacable and not valued. The Management expects 200 percent from the employees when they are treated as though they don't matter. Employee's are treated unfairly and without value. Bonus' have dropped to an embarassing low – more... (under $20 for a 3 month period) for some employee's. Benefits are poor. This is not a very "Employee Friendly" company to work for. – less
Enjoyable environment to work in. Learned alot in mailing from a large company.
Externship (Former Employee), Monroeville, PA – October 21, 2012
I was sent to Medi Home Hospice to do my externship from San-ford Brown Institute. I was majoring in Medical Billing & Coding. I enjoyed working at Medi Home Hospice. My job was working with a girl in the mailing department. I had an externship of 180 hours. I really enjoyed the job I was doing there and wished I could have stayed there, but was not – more... able. – less