INTAKE COORDINATOR / CNA (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – October 10, 2017
What can I said other than this was the experience of my life ,here I learned must of my experience in home health My coworker helped me a lot since i just graduated as a CNA and had no much experience, My supervisors and my CEO were amazing will love to work again with them Great team ,wonderful coworkers ,good hours and pay
Office Employee (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 10, 2017
unfortunately this is a very disorganized workplace.. hard work goes unnoticed/compensated despite the amount of years you have worked. There is lack of communication within the company that it impedes with your workload. . It would be a decent workplace but they really need to get their internal staff organized.. management wise..
Working for summit help me how to deals,all different types pf cases
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – 1797 coney island ave bklyn ny 11230 – August 30, 2017
My experience working with summit home health care help to work and understand dealing with different cases. Some patient had dementia, bed ridden patient. Also work with children from the age of 13-18 with autism and mentally in capable of speaking, writing and sometime communication. I will never give this job for another unless it is a upgrade within the same field
the owner is a great guy to work for, very down to earth and understanding
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – MPLS, MN – April 27, 2017
very good place to work I have worked there for 11 yrs, i pick up other jobs on the side but always keep my position at Summit Home Health Care, i can work as little as one day a week or seven days if i want.
Staffing Coordinator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 16, 2017
• Coordinating home care services for patients on a daily basis, which include establishing and maintaining patients schedule, establishing and maintaining positive relationships with patients and related referral resources
Typical day: Taxing place to work. Learned home health care; new skills. Management: poor. Work place culture: fair. Hardest part of job: poor job security, work load ranged from slow to overworked. Most enjoyable: the patients.
Working with patients.
Poor pay, No benefits, Long work days, poor management.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – November 30, 2016
i would go to my patients house. and we would have a plan that i would follow. I've learned how to satisfy customers even when they are not cooperative. management was fine i barely seen them we communicated over the phone a lot. the hardest part of the job was not knowing anything about the patient before starting services with them. the most enjoyable part was getting to know the patients.
Nice and clean workplace with a vending machine and cafeteria.
HHA (Former Employee) – New York State – November 2, 2016
Summit is a good place to work,the give you health insurance ,metrocard,the agency is always clean and the employees try to do the best for patients and HHA'S. They pay in service,they have different shifts and they take time to understand.
CHHA (Current Employee) – Bricktown, NJ – April 4, 2016
I liked my job but there was no support from the inner office things were not taken care of in the office things were ignored no case manager on any of the cases no care plan given to the aides the office manger was good but other no support not enough work
Home health aide (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 12, 2014
• Strengthen the facilitating of the geriatric aged residents. • Measured and recorded Vital Signs and Intake and Output. • Provided companionship; assisted residents with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). • Assisted residents with personal hygiene; bathed and showered residents. • Operated lifting techniques and working with mechanical lifts. • Created and maintained a safe environment for residents and staff. • Performed catheter care. • Prepared meals. • Monitor and followed universal precautions.
Staffing Coordinator (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – April 2, 2014
You will be dared in daily basis. In this fast-paced work environment all your skills will be under rigorous test. Working in the Home Health Care industry can be stressful but will have many personal satisfactions. Learned the home health care process and needs with the help of many co-workers willing to help and make the experience one of a kind. My co-workers become the most enjoyable part in this company because they make the difference between hard work and productive process.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 28, 2014
I felt used by the company Most of the sstaff members were unfair Didn't have safe environments Money from my paychecks were stolen from me I only had a few co-workers that were reliable The most enjoyable part of the job were a few of the kind patients that I was able to meet of the course of my employment there Finding out what type of ssituations surround the cases without being told by coordinators
Their pay rate went up, vacation pay, a supervisor that helped me at very difficult case
The Human Resouce, the Coordination Department, and the Payroll Department