Charge Nurse/Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Marlborough, MA – July 19, 2017
Too much politics with management who have no respect for employees. Depending on who you are, you can have your way. Lack of decipline. Big employee turnover. Need to train employees well on behavior management.
Director of Nursing Services (Former Employee) – Connecticut – October 11, 2017
A family like environment! Supportive company lots of staff with tenure. Overall from a nursing stand point supportive regional help some bad apples but overall a good company. Slightly micromanaged. Stable company who looks out for patient care.
Understanding company who seems to value their employees
Stable and supportive Corporate Mgmt, Awesome Work/Life Balance
HR Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 11, 2017
Management at corporate is always looking out for its employees from top to bottom. If you're taking care of your business and doing what you're supposed to do, this is an organization you can stay and grow with for a very long time.
Ownership understands why they are in the healthcare industry, and more specifically, why they are in the skilled nursing business. Their first priority is always the residents and the level of customer service. They are always striving to improve outcomes, improve processes and hire the best. They dont always succeed, but the effort is always there.
Culture here is the most non-cutthroat out there. Everyone wants everyone else to be successful. There's a reason so many here never retire.
warm and supportive ownership, priorities in the right place, great work/life balance
with 40 locations, it can be hard to maintain consistency and high standards everywhere
Micro managers with no respect for you or your time
Management (Former Employee) – Maine, ME – April 13, 2017
Upper management will tell you they are there to support you but when you need support or training they never come through, there is no respect for your time outside of work. The floor is always understaffed with no support from management. Morale is low, people are very unhappy and it shows in patient care, the buildings are all rundown with promises of renovations that never come. NHCA was a horrible company to work for.
Frequent turnover due to being understaffed. Only looking to fill beds. Constantly running out of supplies, so can not provide adequate care to pts. Management is non-existent unless they want you to work extra shifts. No recognition for hard work. Do not care for their patients. Nursing ratio averages 1/28 with one aid regardless of acuity.
Frequent turnover of employees because management does not respect or recognize good workers.
Management (Former Employee) – Milford, CT – February 21, 2017
Administration practices very unethical procedures. Will do anything to fill a bed. Threatens employees keep your mouth shut or it's your job! Management employees are not appreciated for their efforts, not recognized for their hard work company only looks to have you work harder. Always understaffed, patient safety at risk. Constant turn over of employees.The only employees that stay are those who have limited education.
LNA (Former Employee) – Dover, NH – February 15, 2017
Dispicable work environment. Management only cares about money and their needs. When staff concerns are brought forward, they are told, "just work harder". The management team is NOT interested in hearing any concerns or ideas for solutions. They are consistently understaffed without any management support. The patients and their families suffer horribly and it is obvious. All of it, a result of their lack of compassion and irresponsible management team who refuse to take any kind of responsibility for anything that is happening.
consistently understaffed, unreliable and unsupportive management
This is now the worst nursing care facility ever!! People falling and being left on the floor until the ambulance arrives!! So not cool!!
Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Brewer, ME – December 18, 2016
Brewer , Maine Center for Health and Rehabilitation certainly has gone to heck in a handbasket!! Ever since the new So Called Administrator arrived at Brewer Rehab. the place has gone down hill! My understanding is that the Administrator was an Activities Director NOT a R. N. which is a requirement in the State of Maine!! Brewer USD to have an A-t status when H.S. was D. N. S.!! Now she has left this nursing home got the worst possible State Survey with 30 days to make it right. They failed again!! From what I hear on the med scanner every morning, now I wouldn't even take my dog there! Their sister home, East side is just as bad!!!
Ain't no pro's to this place or National Health Care!!