Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Desloge, MO – June 10, 2017
Nursing and working in a nursing home is not for the faint of heart or someone after the big bucks. What makes it all worth it is to see your patience smile and improving their quality of life. Some of the down hill things which you find everywhere is management was not always able to be reached when needing information or assistance.
The facility is nice and the residents are great. There is favoritism played towards certain employees with management. Employees that have been with the company awhile are not expected to do the work load of newly hired staff.Evaluations and raises are given to staff members who've been with the company awhile while others are never given any feedback. Evaluations and raises are not given as promised. There is not a shift differential or holiday pay. There is not much feedback given (negative or positive) to you directly. You will hear from other employees if management has a problem with your performance. There is a lot of drama among employees.
great residents, nice facility
drama, pay, not receiving evaluations and raises as promised
Working at NHC has been a great experienced. Working with elderly people of all needs, rehad and dementia patients. NHC offers great benefits and retirement plan which is a plus. I am very pleased to work with NHC and will greatly miss them.
Business Office Manager (Former Employee) – Franklin, TN – June 2, 2017
NHC is basically like stepping back in time and working for a company that has zero respect for women. This company will not allow women to wear PANTS unless you have a matching sports coat. It is never closed and basically it is like working in a funeral. The managing director is a backwards, disrespectful, uncaring and cheap human being. I would never recommend working at NHC.
NHC provides at best a clean highly rated facility and is rated one of the best among nursing companies However, more emphasis is put on remodeling and making a good show rather than providing updated equipment and proper staffing to meet the needs of the patients fairly. Hardworking employees are scammed out of deserved benefits too often by this large corporation.
LPN - Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Anniston, AL – May 12, 2017
A typical day at is administered medication,computer charting,injections,triage,medical charting,and recording patients medical history, Independent decision making ability consistent with medical protocols.
I absolutely love this facility and the people who work there. I spent most of my time in the Therapy Center but when I had to work with the nurses and CNAs, they were all very friendly and treated the patients with care. The facility is beautiful and kept very clean. There are a lot of activities provided daily for the residents to participate in. I would definitely recommend this location for patients needing rehabilitation or long-term care.
RN Supervisor (Former Employee) – North Augusta, SC – April 20, 2017
This was a difficult assignment. The assignments were about 25/1 with 3 med passes, wound care, assessments, and paper documentation along with other cares. The staff was over worked and consistently calling out and so you had no relief.