Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – November 17, 2017
Duties responsible for assessing patient health problems and needs, developing and implementing nursing care plans and maintaining medical records. Performing observations and assessments of patient condition and needs. Documenting all patient care actions. Monitoring and interpreting vital signs. Assisting with the development of a patient care plans. Collaborating in the identification of patient needs and/or problems Educating caregivers with information to assist with the care of the patient.
Home Care Nurse (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 20, 2018
A typical day consist of providing in home care for pediatric patients supervisors are available 24/7 to answer any questions you may have supplies are well stocked MARS are always up to date and delivered to patients home on time work place culture is collaborative between field nurse and office staff, the hardest part I find is the distance from my home to patients the most enjoyable part is making a difference in not only your patients life but the family as a whole
emailing time slips as opposed to bringing them into the office
Home Health Nurse (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – December 14, 2017
I truly enjoy working for this company, they truly care about the staff and the families they provide services for. The management team is wonderful and care just as much about the staff that provides the care to families. I would not work for any other home care company.
I love working for pediatria. Clinical supervisor and office manager are amazing they are always there when you need them. Always trying to find ways to help employees and families. If for any reason there is an emergency they try and help in any way possible Best place to work.
Flexible schedules, weekly pay, affordable health insurance.
LPN (Former Employee) – Wilkes-Barre, PA – August 1, 2017
Office staff is willing to help you find cases that meet your availabilty and skill level. Friendly environment. You work within the home setting with pediatric clients, which may involve taking them to doctor's visits, therapies or school/daycare.
Loved working with the children Management were picking and choosing favorites and would change your schedule according to how they feel. Hardest part was dealing with management if you can deal with them you can stay at this job forever.
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – July 21, 2017
This company is no longer in operation. But when we use to have centers that the children came to for the day it was much better. It gave the children a nice, clean, consistent place to be, interact, and be cared for. When the centers closed I was not a fan of having to do home care. The children would have as many as 12 hours for the nurse to be with them on some days and that was just too much and too long to just mostly sit there in between medications and feedings. There were some children that required more hands on care that needed monitoring more closely. But for the most part the children were stable enough to be at home.
A very good atmosphere to work in , and the interacting with the pt families is a real pleasure. I feel that it helps you look at your self and in which things can happen to anyone at anytime. You must have a true compassion for people especially for kids working at an pediatric office.
Director of Nursing/Administrator (Former Employee) – Cartersville, GA – March 10, 2017
Pediatria was not a great place to work. There was no work/life balance. As a leader, I did not have the support from my supervisor. The team was not supportive, nor did they take well to someone younger than them telling them how to do their job.
Location to my home
Micromanagement; Lack of support; No work/life balance
Transportation Specialist (Former Employee) – Florida – January 10, 2017
Very Unprofessional High Turnover rate because the communication is very poor and the Director talks about people behind their backs to other employees. No benefits No incentives to make you want to stay Pay sucks They lie to make themselves look good Huge liability for the kids I could write a book but I'm done
Lpn (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – September 25, 2016
It's one of the better agencies I've worked for. Management are friendly and try to help fit you with a client that works around your schedule. The pay is consistent meaning no matter the client you work with your pay rate never change. I'm still an employee so far so good.
LPN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Tucker Ga – July 24, 2016
I had the opportunity to make good money. I loved my director. The other nurses I worked with were great as well. They offered to help if I needed help. I really loved being on the bus with the babies.