Director Patient Services CHHA/LHCSA (Current Employee) – New York, NY – November 12, 2017
The company can be fast paced but normally well work life balance. The culture is no different from other healthcare organizations. There are positive and negatives but overall it is a decent place to work
Not properly compensated for services you've rendered
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Yonkers, NY – November 3, 2017
On a Live-in Case for three days and two nights, you get paid for only thirty-six (36) hours of rendered services and is still liable for the patient's conditions on risks even if you are already on your off duty hours.
Intake Coordinator (Former Employee) – NY – October 4, 2017
This company really needs a union for it's employees. There are horrible bosses who constantly remind you that you are easily replaceable, everyone is over worked and stressed. There is no growth opportunity and everyone plays the blame game! No one takes ownership of their responsibilities. I urge you, don't waste your precious time.
They have free coffee
They give you PTO but if you use too many days you get written up.
Pleasant job , boss takes no responsibility for attitude
Psychiatric Technician (Current Employee) – Martin, KY – September 5, 2017
Scheduling patients for days, Director assistant, billing, Chart auditing and monitoring. Contending with a boss who doesn't think that your opinion matter. Wants to hear what you have to say, but at the end it's their way or no way at all.
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 21, 2017
I recommend this agency to women or men that would like to work as home health aid you can decide on your schedule and also the days you want to work. It has the 1199 union so you have medical insurance and you also get sick and vacation days paid .
It's very productive and heartwarming because you're helping someone that's in need of you.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 8, 2017
I enjoyed taking care of elderly people who are in need. The love that you gain from it all is priceless and very emotional. I really appreciate that from the bottom of my heart. I would definitely enjoy another opportunity to do it again.
Free genuine love, great atmosphere, peaceful and joyful space.
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 4, 2017
The agency can use some improvements when it comes to reliability. Also there are constantly changes within the agencies and coordinators and the patient are not aware so thus causes confusion and frustration in the patients. When either a patient or HHA calls the agency we are constantly waiting for someone to answer the phone, and when they do pick up we are either on hold for more than 10 minutes, or the called is transferred and then sent to voicemail.
Paid double on holidays, patients are very compassionate
Home Care Aide (Current Employee) – Oak Park, IL – March 6, 2017
Everyday on my job I work with a patient who is loving. I learn so much working with a dementia patient. Management calls to make sure the patient and I is ok and is well. i work well in the home with the patient. At first started off working with the patient was hard but i follow through the day fluently. The most enjoyable day is make sure my patient enjoyed her day and making sure my work is done.
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Staten Island, NY – February 17, 2017
a day at work is doing basic cleaning make sure do exsusie take medcine and take too the doctors and make sure blood preesure is good .the most enjoyable about this job is that i get too put a smile on people face .
Only worked for them for three months but was very satisfied
In Home Caregiver (Former Employee) – Bangor, ME – January 4, 2017
They were good to work for and have told me that I can work for them for the summer months this year when I go to Maine for the summer. Helped client in and out of bed, for toileting, bed bath, light housework.