Pros: tons of hours, wonderful patients, would work with days off/availability
Cons: pay, short staffed, constently changing management, not organized
PSA was my first LPN job. I got one day of training, which I found alarming because of the acuity of my patient. I loved my patients and families but the work was so boring! basically babysitting. No enough staff, probably because of the low pay and nonexistent benefits. The office staff has changed so much in the three months I've worked here, which – more... says alot about the company. PSA doesn't care about the patients, families, or nurses. We're all just dollar signs to them.
All that being said, if you want to work a million hours a week basically just babysitting or hanging out, this maybe the job for you. – less