PCA II (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – January 12, 2017
Oxford is a great place to work for....all about teamwork. I love taking care of the elderly and seeing the smiles they give after. Love is what they need and I love giving it. When you get a good group of nurses and nurse aids on board....everything comes together.
Teamwork, Great communication from admin staff and co-workers
Personal Care Assistant, homemaker etc (Former Employee) – Muscle Shoals, AL – January 5, 2017
Loved my clients and my job but no advancement, management wasn't very good, things done very unprofessional, bad pay,no pay for mileage. I would not recommend this job to anyone. The clients were the best part. Management was shady. If looking for a job where u can help people keep looking because this job is not worth the time.
CNA (Former Employee) – Henagar, AL – December 13, 2016
You don't get any hours and when you think your helping the clients call and complain about any little thing and they pull you out of there home . The office staff does not communicate with the staff at all so you never know what's going on. You don't get paid mileage unless u drive 30 miles or more and then it's a challenge to get them to pay you for that. You will not get paid mileage to run errands for your clients so your using your gas for your clients with nothing in return . All in all its not a Good company to work for so glad I'm not longer associated with them.
LPN (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – November 9, 2016
I applied online and got a call back within 10 minutes. They needed nurses bad and I knew a few people that worked for them. They only offered me $17. I've never made that little in this career. Knowing that they pay other nurses much more I decided not to work for them. I rarely heard anything bad about the jobs they offered though.
In Home Care Provider (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – November 2, 2016
The best part of oxford is the patients. It's was hard working weekends and holidays but seeing my patients light up bc I was there made it worth it. I don't think in home Aids and CNAs are paid enough and it takes a year to recieve benefits. There is little to no way to move up in the company without paying thousands on nursing school and even then you'd make more in a hospital or clinic.
LPN (Current Employee) – Saltillo, MS – October 19, 2016
I rarely have direct interaction with very many of the other employees, but, based on the interaction I have had, it seems that everyone works well to accommodate the patients AND the nurses schedules. There is much more professionalism and record-keeping than with another home health agency(not listed in resume) I briefly worked for.
LPN (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – September 20, 2016
The pay is not great so you have to make up for it with long hours daily which takes away from family and home life. The best part about working with this company are the awesome families I have had the pleasure to work with.
HHA (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – September 18, 2016
I enjoyed working for Oxford healthcare, I got to make my own hours and pick the clients that I wanted. My supervisor was awesome and communication was easy with her. A few mix ups in the staff, but overall it was a good job.
Pick your own hours! Good pay for the amount of work!
Doesn't pay enough to cover has to get to clients home. And alot allot of wear and tear on car. Great management. Will keep you busy. Our you pay your own has to get to clients home. And no benefits and startimg pay $8.00