Questions and Answers about Avamere Health Services

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Ok place, but they provide almost no training, love what you do because you will definitely be eating a lot of Mac and cheese.

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Chronically short staffed, especially on nights.

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No back up staff for sick calls. Overworked night nurse expected to somehow find coverage when people call in past 10 PM at night.

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Though licensed nurses, NACs and some other positions work a standard 8 hour shift, all staffing is dependent on the number of residents in the facility every day. You may lose a shift or have your hours for the day or week cut short if the census drops. If the census increases you may have more hours to work in the day or additional shifts available during the week. This is the case in almost every nursing home.

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They're very felixable with PRN CNAs but not so much with full time

Answered - Cna (Current Employee) - Brighton, CO

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Great. they work with you to find hours that work well with you

Answered - Caregiver (Current Employee) - Saint Helens, OR

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For the most part, I meet 40 hours a week of work. There are some slow months such as the holidays.

Answered - Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Licensed (Current Employee) - Keizer, OR

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The working hours are great, would highly recommend this place for employment

Answered - Receptionist/Accounts Payable (Current Employee) - Wilsonville, OR

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30-40 hours per week. 1st 2nd and 3rd shift hours

Answered - Caregiver (Current Employee) - Sandy, OR

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30-40 hours per week. 1st 2nd and 3rd shift hours

Answered - Caregiver (Current Employee) - Sandy, OR

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