Primary role of Clinical Director (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – May 17, 2018
Able to balance management with private caseload per my preference for skill maintenance. Provided training for my Nurses and developed collaborative relationship with medical team on home cases. Developed Geriatric specialty for psychiatric management.
Too many changes every year. No continuity with management.
RN (Current Employee) – Windsor, CO – May 14, 2018
Too many hours required of each individual on salary. Never enough staff to provide the care needed. Unrealistic expecttions for staff with focus being on making referral sources happy regardless of what is best for patients or staff.
Providing end of life care to those who deserve it.
They exited the Phoenix, AZ market for skilled home Health soon after I started
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 11, 2018
AccentCare came to the Arizona Market wanting to get in to the largely saturated Home Health market, and I don't believe they gave the program enough time to succeed or the necessary resources to differentiate their programs to the healthcare community.
Good nursing staff and behavioral health staff.
Management did not perform due diligence in this market
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – April 9, 2018
It was good while it lasted.wish i had more time with them but was a good experience n respectful staffs n understanding....I love the 401k they had set up for the hha n pca wish i could of tooking it with me.....
CAREGIVER (Current Employee) – Orange, CA – April 3, 2018
Good place to work easy going but pay is not the greatest in inland empire Orange County paid me more and I was full time but that’s how it works out this way the staff is great and most patients are nice and good to work with.
LVN (Current Employee) – Corning, CA – April 2, 2018
This job is the best job for an LVN, the pay is great, hours are great. I work Monday through Friday 8 to 5 and one weekend a month. The visit expectation is 30min. I see between 5 to 7 patients a day. I do, do a lot of driving, I bought a car accordingly, and they pay mileage. The charting is extensive, but what nursing job doesn't have charting?
Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) (Former Employee) – Pleasant Hill, CA – March 30, 2018
I enjoyed the one to one care I was able to provide. I got to get to really know the clients I cared for. A typical day was assisting the client with ADLs, breakfast, give medications, go on appointments with the client and getting new orders. There was nothing hard about the assignments. Management was fair.
Licensed Vocational Nurse #VN267022 (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 27, 2018
Accent Care provided Good/Positive employment. Managers were kind and courteous, and tried to fit Nurse/Patient personalities. In Office teaching was enjoyable. Benefits were provided for Full-time employees. The Management tried to offer as much full-time work as possible to every employee wanting it.
Wonderful lunches provided at all in house meetings