RN Case Manager, San Marcos, CA - April 20, 2016
When i started at Mission the morale was high and no one complained about their job often volunteering to do extra when needed. There was a shift in leadership as well as focus making things money driven verses patient care driven. Staffing would provide per-diem staff a full schedule before full time staff. I notified HR of my many concerns, normally I do not go to such measures but these things needed addressing. I was listened to but without any kind of honest investigation into the concerns. After doing an assessment and deeming that the patient did not meet Medicare standards was told that I would go back and admit the patient anyway. I would not go back so a different nurse was sent and the family refused service due to no skilled need, at what point does it become harassment? Ultimately I left due to the unethical practices and the consistent hiring of nurses without experience.and inadequate training once hired to be an efficient part of the team.