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Pediatric Health Choice United States Employee Reviews

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I would not ever work for this company again.
Pediatric PLN (Former Employee), Hammond, LAMarch 23, 2015
Pediatric Health Choice is based in another state where they only seem to be interested in MONEY. I have worked in other Pediatric clinics that have the patients best intrest in mind . This company has the practice of grouping all there patents together in one large room .It is like a zoo, where everything is mayhem and this is dangerous for the more fragile patients . I have witnessed patients pulling out other patients G. Tubes ,and Vent tubing . I have seen management put on a "Dog and Pony Show " (That is what Management called it. ) for prospective patients family. They would have someone reading to a group. Others doing organized physical activities and such ,but the only time I saw this was when " someone was coming to check us out". My Nursing License is very important ,and so are my patients . I will not work somewhere that constantly endangers there patients and does not really care .
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horrible place to work.
RN (Former Employee), Daytona Beach, FLFebruary 16, 2015
Cons: no breaks and horrible corporate office.
Basically a day care for children with medical problems, but the children are not cared for. When children come in with massive bruising you are told you cannot do anything. I went into this job with such a positive attitude and ran away as fast as I could when I saw what went on there. Horrible place.
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This place is nasty and the people in leadership are sneaky. It's all about money. Please do not go to work there if you want to keep your license.
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee), Tampa, FLDecember 8, 2014
Cons: you are still working while on lunch.
Don't waste your time. It's true they do have roaches crawling. They care nothing about the children welfare.
When the aids do not do there job the nurse is responsible. We change crib sheets, we get the kids on and off the bus, we feed them. If the kids leave a item in the center the nurse has to take it to there house. If the parents are not home during the time of drop off they return the kid to the center and the nurse has to stay until the parent picks them up. If it's not enough kids for the day a nurse is sent home without pay. You could have up to eight kids. Paper work, paper work, paper work. There are kids who should be in school and they refuse to move them on and educate the families. All about the Benjamin's.
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Stay away
CNA (Current Employee), Saint Petersburg, FLNovember 26, 2014
Pros: this place has the potential to be the dream job it's only have to write management
Cons: everything!
this job has the potential to be a great job if only have the right management in place on fortunately the administrator is very unstable and very unprofessional she thrive off rumors and drama, you never know which personality you're going to run into or expect from day to day which makes doing your job and a trusting issues on the job very difficult. The ADON is no better she's very narcissistic and allows her a thority to go to her head she's also very spiteful and petty if you develop a great sweetheart look out she's going to do her best to get you back! As for the CNA's and nurses a lot of the CNA's tensed gossip whisper behind your back and they love to tell every little thing in order to look good in the eyes of the administrator or the nurse manager, I'm a joy to have investors are very lazy and don't want to do anything outside of paperwork. If you choose to work here consider yourself WARNED
you will be you devalued and underappreciated, they will lie to you at a drop of a hat just to suit their own needs they are very self serving
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interaction between patient and families
LPN (Former Employee), Tampa, FLAugust 17, 2014
Rewarding to teach patients regarding the care of the medical needy child.
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Fun Exciting group
Registered nurse (Current Employee), Daytona Beach, FLJanuary 16, 2014
My typical day with working with special need children and providing care they need while their family is busy at work or with their daily lives.
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Fast-Paced working environment taking care of special needs children
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee), Ocala, FLNovember 26, 2013
I get to work and immediatly start cooking breakfast for all the children. Feed the ones who do not know how to feed themselves , wash dishes, clean kitchen , then follow up with circle time teaching the children there letters and colors. Then immediatly after cook lunch feed the ones who cannot feed themselves clean up wash dishes put children down for nap. The hardest part of my job is witnessing the needs of the children ages ranging from 1-20 the most enjoyable part is knowing I have a impact on these children and can teach them something.
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The patients were very nice
Resident Assistant (Former Employee), Tampa, FL.October 15, 2013
I was responsible for providing a variety and indirect care/non-nursing services essential to daily center maintenance under the supervision of the Charge Nurse/Registered Nurse.
• Assists team in the delivery of routine child care activities.
• Phlebotomy 3-5 draws per day
• Assists nursing staff with treatments/procedures as requested.
• Recognizes the need for and initiates CPR as needed.
• Reports to designated Charge Nurse/Registered Nurse any specific patient/family issues, signs and symptoms, concerns or problems requiring further assessment, communication, investigation, and/or intervention.
• Labels and maintains stock/individual child food/formula supply; stores open food/formula in labeled/sealed/closed containers; check expiration dates and disposes of accordingly; performs weekly disposal of all opened perishable items, shops for meal plan as directed.
• Cleansing suction canisters/connecting tubing daily with vinegar solution and air dries if used.
• Change suction connecting tubing weekly if used
• Change feeding tubes, bulb syringes and nebulizer units monthly
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Not at all a good place for kids
LPN (Former Employee), Daytona BeachApril 1, 2013
Pros: the workers love the kids.
Cons: the management dose not care about the workers or children's welfare
Kids are not on the top of the list. Not at all what is looks to be. The busses have scraping brakes, air conditioning never works and crawling with roaches.
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Learning and helping others to learn to improve lives.
Home Health Care LPN (Current Employee), Tampa, FLMarch 25, 2013
Pros: versital time scedual
Cons: healthcare
Meeting many new people, getting to learn new jobs and have new experiances, having opertunities to learn, working with people of all different age groups and being able to help people with dissabilitys and thier families, working with theropys of all different kinds to improve peoples lives.
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Pay based on insurance coverage and amount of sessions
Children and Family Therapist (Former Employee), TampaDecember 27, 2012
Pros: flexible schedule
Cons: if a client cancels, you do not get paid, company does not pay you if a client no-shows, no client consequence either
Basically a contract position except they take out your taxes for you so you don't have to claim them at the end of the year.
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Nurse (Former Employee), St. Petersburg,flOctober 22, 2012
Pros: children were great
Cons: very poor management, lack of caring about employees
Very neglectful of the children, staff not properly educated and the management much worse, the center manager liked rumors, drama and trauma.
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Not a good company
home health nurse and in the medical day facility (Former Employee), tampa, flOctober 9, 2012
Pros: the children
Cons: the pay is horrible. the managment is aweful.
Does not pay well. Can make more working in home health taking care of one patient compared to the amount of patients they have you care for. Managment is aweful. Worried more about bringing money in than they are about patient care.
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enviroment
File Clerk (Former Employee), Tampa, FLOctober 8, 2012
Pros: flexible, nice staff, casul, always had work to do.
Cons: very low pay! very un-orginized, head mang.favoritism
Relaxing enviroment, Self-Learn, Very Nice co-works,Always had work but no hours, file room-too small,
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Enjoyed working with disabled children, great homebound teacher.
Staff LPN (Former Employee), Daytona Beach, FLOctober 2, 2012
Pros: holidays and weekends off.
Cons: kids who need speech therapy should be reffered out due to speech therapy not available at center.
Enjoyed working with disabled children and coworkers. However the observation of management is less than honorable.! The nurse patient ratio is not always state regulated and the manager is skillful to disguise it.
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very casual and laid back atmosphere
Receptionist/Office support (Former Employee), Tampa, FLAugust 21, 2012
Pros: casual atmosphere
Cons: being let go from this company
employees very nice and fun to work with, always had something to do.
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Enjoyed working with the children
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Ocala, FLJune 16, 2012
Pros: was able to take care of children with disabilities and knew they got excellent care
Cons: some of the employees were hard to work wih, but i did it.
RN/Supervisor was a wonderful person, very caring and understanding.