PMR (Former Employee) – Clearwater, FL – June 14, 2017
employees are great this is a stay on your toes kind of job its quite at times and the patients are compliant and willing to get help you have a support team the hardest part of the job is maintaining calm during codes and the most enjoyable part is having a supportive team
Working in mental health has provided me with strong people skills, compassion for all people and the ability to work under a time line and stress. Must be detailed working with insurance company's obtaining authorizations to get a person admitted.
What kind of "Moronic imbecile would post a job opening and then add the words: "no e-mails or phone calls" as the response choices?!! A total MORONIC IMBECILE that's who!! BELIEVE all of the negative comments. IDIOTS!!!
Private (Current Employee) – Clearwater, FL – June 14, 2016
They put profit over keeping employees from burning out, and have admission standards that placate to people who claim to want sobriety, which MOST of them don't. In reality, that place is a legalized pill mill more concerned with keeping the profits rolling in over actually treating patients. Sadly, I believe this is becoming common knowledge among the drug community, who come flocking in when they run out of dope money.
No breaks, morally/ethically questionable, not conerned about employees
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – pinellas park – March 7, 2015
working there was not fun, most patients were only there for the medications and not willing to go for treatments. management was hard to notify when needed. co-workers were single minded and unwilling to assist unless directed to. hardest part was walking into the building. most enjoyable was leaving the building
good learning experience on how not to be
not conducive to education or enployment enhancement
none (Former Employee) – clearwter fl – October 10, 2012
in here even the doctor is on a ego trip. if you have any compassion for people dont apply here. my wife was here and was medically neglected and went from there to emegency room and admitted due to this. the look down on less educated employees and dont address greivances. i will find a frind to blog all the issues soon and this will become my mission.
Every day was a new experience because you never knew what kind of admissions you would have. It was a compassionate and safe environement for people who needed help to come to. It was a pleasure to work their and something I will always treasure. I learned so much about people and the appreication to all who work their.