LPN Supervisor (Current Employee) – Muscle Shoals, AL – March 2, 2016
Perform LPN Supervisory Visits and do Home Maker & Patient Care Services as needed. Flexable Schedule and hours. Enjoy meeting new Clients and Their Families. Do Client intakes on New Clients as needed.
Homemaker (Former Employee) – Tupelo, MS – February 11, 2016
With Oxford Healthcare, you have to be able to be objective. With this company, my job title was Homemaker. This position entails you being a companion to the elderly and disabled or provide light housekeeping for your clients.
Nurse Assistant (Current Employee) – Jackson, MS – October 8, 2015
i love the people i work with and the people that hired me are a joy and great to be around. its a place where everyone gets along and treats you like family. I have learned a lot from the clients that i have and love them so.
Office (Former Employee) – Long Beach, CA – September 18, 2015
I really enjoyed working for Oxford. It is a great place to work for. I learned a lot from the company. The management was very supportive and responsive to my needs. I didn't have any experience before working for Oxford, but they made sure that every task and project given to me was a learning experience. All the office staff work hard to give the best for the clients and to be fair to all the employees. Once you get to know the office staff, your typical day in the office will surely become more enjoyable. It was a fun atmosphere.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Tupelo, MS – September 10, 2015
Oxford Healthcare was not a bad place to work it was just the pay. It made the day so fun when you go and visit your clients because some of them or so excited to see you coming. I love the stories that they tell when they were young and coming up.
Getting to see the smiles on the faces of your clients.
Being in your clients life for years and they pass away.
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Annistion Al – September 4, 2015
I truly love my patient but I'm having problems with the company i work for. The company is always messing up my paycheck. I can't never count on my check and have the money to pay my bills. For example: Today i go to check my account balance and its $176. My check is suppose to run around $350 to $370. This is not the first, second, third, its the forth time this as happen. How can i work for a company that want pay me so i can have gas to go to my patient or the money to pay my car insurance if I'm not getting my pay check correct. I love my job just not the company.
CNA/IHA (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – July 14, 2015
The typical work day went fine, unless the office called and you had to do more fills on top of the clients you already have. The management was okay, they would have been a lot better if they could be more understanding on some situations. The most enjoyable part if this job was working clients, and getting attached to them.