CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Ga – November 9, 2017
Stay away from this place they terrible.They are far from professional.well when I was there I was over worked when you ask management to get some one to help you it goes through one ear and ends through the next.They DONT know when to rotate the CNA's One floor get stressed out while other floors have less work.They DONT have much working hoier lifts.etc. They are a big mess.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Stone Mountain, GA – September 17, 2017
400 hall nurses came to work stressed out!...I would come to work to find pills hiding under residents pillows and sometimes on the floor. I would come to work to complaints from my residents about the day shift...I really could go on and on about this place...hard working CNAs under paid.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Stone Mountain, GA – July 30, 2016
This place is horrible they do not train the staff properly. There's a lot of favoritism and most of the staff does not speak english! They're always under staffed and management does not appreciate the staff that's there. If you are a new CNA this place will make you hate this field of work. However if you are experienced this place will under pay you and treat you horrible while expecting you to do more work without complaints
all the overtime you want
no teamwork, no communication, unfriendly work environment, under staffed all shifts, unprofessional
Clinical Dietary Manager (Current Employee) – Stone Mountain, Ga – June 18, 2014
- Review intake percentages for previous week. (Weekly) - Prepare weekly weights for restorative crew & assist with weighing as needed. (Weekly) - Complete mock inspection in dietary (Daily) - Complete audit of diet cards to remove deceased residents and to ensure that new admits have diet cards in place. (weekly) - Observations and MDS s according to RAI schedule. (Weekly) - Care Plan meetings Wednesday 10am & 1:30pm / Thursday 1:30pm - Audit diet listing with nursing (end of the month) - Weight variance meeting (beginning of the month) - Prepare intake & snack sheets for restorative staff (Friday) - Monitor residents during meals with special observation/attention of residents in RAI window. (daily) - Interview residents In RAI window; update likes/dislikes/preferences and assess feeding functions and diet. - Check dates and labeling in dietary cooler and storage areas (daily) - Fill in as needed in dietary according to dietary manager
LPN Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Stone Mountain, GA – February 4, 2013
First of all, the facility doesn't offer any benefits of any kind to their employees except for those in management positions; all you are offered is your paycheck that is paid semi-monthly. The CNA'S are overloaded with the amount of patients they are expected to care for and the majority are poorly trained. There is no room for growth for Nurses except for going back to school, getting your RN degree, and moving on to better opportunities unless, you are a part of cliques and friends with the right people. Nepotism and favoritism are accepted practices here. It is widely known among floor staff that Nurse Management is verbally abusive and unprofessional towards everyone except those in management positions; like many places, management backs management no matter what. The day to day operations on the floor are routinely unorganized and chaotic. The best part about working at this facility is some of the people working there, no matter what their title or department they work in; for the most part, they are friendly and really care about doing the best job that they can do for the residents.
no health benefits, semi-monthly pay days, poor nurse management