Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – May 5, 2016
Working this particular travel assignment presented many things. A typical day at work was very busy. Most of the time each nurse had six patients. This often challenged your time management skills. What I learned in this setting was to think fast, chart fast, the importance of delegating, and the importance of team work, while still maintaining safe care. The most enjoyable part of the job was the staffs positive attitudes. From management to the aids the team work was phenomenal. The hardest part of the job was that you were not always able to spend as much time with the patients because of the lengthy charting expectations.
A fun and supportive environment. A company that pushes you to grow your book of business while still able to build wonderful relationships and become apart of the family. We also have a amazing management team that has your back 100% of the time.
My recruiter, Meg Halsch, was exceptional! She provided a great support system as I traveled. She always went above and beyond to assist me in anythin
Contracted Speech Language Pathologist (Current Employee) – Alexandria, LA – July 13, 2015
As a traveling SLP, I am able to be placed in various settings meeting new therapists. My assignment in a SNF setting led me to meeting excellent therapists and making new friendships in the process. I couldn't have asked for a better rehabilitation team to work with. Great experience!
Helpful recruiters, great compensation plans, loved traveling and meeting new therapists
Contract COTA (Former Employee) – Fort Stockton, TX – May 7, 2015
Unsupportive management that does not take care of it's travelers. Poor paying contracts and no reimbursement for licenses when asked to apply for one in order to apply for jobs. Best part of job is traveling and meeting new people as well as learning new skills.
The recruiter was amazing and very quick and attending to my questions pertaining to my work and assignment; They actually helped me in my license application. And in sending out my resume to potential employers, the recruiter actually made sure that I am aware regarding the setting of the position and that I agreed to apply for it. She's just one of the best recruiter that I have worked with.
Excellent place to work, Manager Knowledgeable, Fully Staffed
Quality Services Analyst (Former Employee) – Lafayette, CO – January 18, 2015
I loved working for this company. I was thoroughly trained by a wonderful, kind, patient management team. I worked for them for 9 years and will never forgot the knowledge I received. We had full staff which means everyone could concentrate on their own jobs which gave us time to make sure our work was quality. We were able to enjoy or jobs and we also had great benefits. Plenty of opportunity to grow within the company.
loving environment, good wage, awesome health care, caring management, hardworking co-workers
Very productive wish I was still there. But I was a temp
Unit Clerk (Former Employee) – Melville, NY – January 12, 2015
I work for Onward Healthcare Agency. That work place was at Bronx Lebanon Hospital, my started at 7 am, check all patients on in/out of bed, who will be discharge, who went for tests and report my result to the doctors/nurses on call Completed my charts for discharge patients and put chart in achieve box, make appointment for ea patient to do follower up with there doctors. copy each prescription and place in chart. Answer phone take message for doctors/nurses transfer patients call to their room. Transfer patient to different unit per surgery.
Management and my co-works was great when each one say thanks at the end. I feel good going home.