I learned skilled billing here. It was way less pressure than the other places i worked because i had more help here. i didnt have my hands in every part of the process like anywhere else ive ever worked and i loved the team work.
Felt like family. Everyone worked together. Valued and rewarded employees. Training for many areas of the department was given monthly. Company gatherings for employees and their family was always a kind gesture. Treat all employees well.
L.V.N. Field Staff (Former Employee) – Lufkin, TX – February 28, 2018
When I first began my 8 year journey with Txhha i was located in a small office. We were all close and felt as if the patient care truly did come first. 7 years into this career our office was merged with another 80+ miles away. This merge i feel was a poor decision for patient care in my area, the poor management and communication in the new setting needs great improvement.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – February 26, 2018
I answered phones, sent fax, opened mail, heavy filing and data entry. I greeted the clients that came through the door daily. I sat in on meetings and took short hand notes. I got lunch for some co-workers when asked to do so. I also assisted with organizing a new file system for the office.
Provider (Former Employee) – Silsbee, TX – February 7, 2018
I would not work with Texas Home Health again. I did not like the people in the office. My immediate supervisors supervisor yelled at us over the phone and the patient could hear everything he was yelling about.
I really enjoy working with the patients and don't mind the travel. The turn over is really bad and its hard to keep enough staff to cover patient loads which means the few that have stayed on get over worked and stressed out. I averaged about a 45 hour/week but frequently worked well over 50 hours a week because there was not enough nurses to see the patients. The pay was amazing but without the time or energy to enjoy it I have ended up burnt out on home health.
Home Health Care Aide (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – January 14, 2018
I was working with Texas home health taking care of my youngest daughters great grandmother and she passed at the age of 97. She enjoyed the friendly staff who worked for Texas home health care. And she had reffed me to them because she had also worked for a company called girlings.i would definitely work with the Texas home health agency's again.
They will stab you in the back in a heart beat. Not the same owners or supervision as it was when it was the original TEXAS HOME HEALTH years ago. Accent care bought them out and they are all about making money and not the quality care that it should be.
Working for Texas Homehealth allowed me to meet interesting people I enjoy helping others and TX. Homehealth allowed me to do so
Home Health provider (Former Employee) – Orange Texas and Beaumont Texas – December 19, 2017
Texas Homehealth allowed me do for someone that was able to do it for themseleves.being S provider is just like taking care of your on home or love ones. I enjoyed my job for Texas Homehealth but circumstances made me relocate and I feel now is the time to start a new experience in the job field
You get to help someone that really needs it and the appreciate you for it
HEALTH CARE PROVIDER (Current Employee) – Longview, TX – December 18, 2017
A typical day at work for me is usually seeing 2 or 3 clients for 3 or 4 hours. I travel to different locations such as, gilmer, tyler, gladewater, new diana, and many more cities. When I arrive to my clients house, I always clock in, and then I get to work. Sometimes I have busy days and sometimes I have an easy day. The management team at my work place, are very understanding people. They take their time out to train us, and if we have an issue, they are quick to help. What I enjoy about this job is meeting new people. Especially the older people. They are so sweet and lovable. I'm very liked by my clients because of my good personality. There is no hard part to me at my job.
Client Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Longview, TX 75601 – December 15, 2017
I worked on making sure all the care partners clocked in and out all day. Answered the phone as needed and faxed documents as needed. I also assisted with the hiring process for care partners for our clients by doing background checks and verifying their paperwork is complete for hiring.
the hardest part was when someone didn't clock in or out and I had to track that person down and verify with them and the client their times. I had to keep up with over 200 people and that meant that there were quite a few of these daily.
the most enjoyable part was when someone brought food to work for everyone.
Special Attendant (Current Employee) – Longview, TX – December 11, 2017
Job is fine for someone who likes working alone and caring for the elderly or who just need busy work or companionship because elderly love company too. Light cleaning , meal preparation and assistance with medications if needed