Assistant Supervisor (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 26, 2016
A typical day at work is very challenging and frustrated. I learned a lot about the residents I came in contact. Management was very poor,management didn't back their employees in anyway. Co-workers were always unhappy.you were expected to work hard and work long hours with very little pay.
this company was excellent to work for they took care of not only their residents but also their employees. I wouldn't mind working for them again however there is no company in that nature that is here in IL.
Business Office Manager (Current Employee) – Anniston, AL – April 14, 2016
Typical day at work is very busy. I talk daily with patients and family members. I assist families to understand billing statements and collect payments for accounts. I supervise my co-workers to ensure their daily tasks are completed timely and accurately. I enjoy getting to know my co-workers, patients, and families.
Physical Therapist director rehab (Former Employee) – Desloge, MO – April 9, 2016
Benefits are terrible you only get ETO if you work more than 72 hours in a pay period anything below this you get ZERO, they offer you FT or guarantee you so many hours with benefits to get you hired but slowly over time that changes to meet their efficiency standards ,
Great staff, great benefits, good pay, but always room for improvement. Hardest part of the job was some of the nurses' no help attitudes. Best part was putting smiles on residents faces and helping them.
Work within hospital setting for NHC. Work along side case managers, social workers and doctors. Job can be fast paced and requires good time management skills and organization. Must be a good communicator.
A typical day at NHC Health is pretty quiet, I work from 11-7. My co-worker is the best we came out of the same class. The hardest part of my job is making sure every one has the help they need. I have to many people and no one to help. The most enjoyable part of my job and seeing the patients go home.
I loved working here. I became so close with the patients and the therapists. I helped with whatever I could whenever I could. I was always there when needed. If I could go back, I would in a heart beat.
Always busy helping patients with their activities of daily living. I didn't meet with management that much. The hardest part of the job, was keeping enough staff coverage. I really enjoyed the patients and the staff.