Family Care Home Health Agency, LLC
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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Headquarters
    Bloomsburg, Pa 17815
  • Link
    Family Care Home Health Agency, LLC website
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Rating is calculated based on 28 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Staffing Coordinator in Bloomsburg, PA
on May 25, 2022
This job is very stressful and the upper management makes decisions to make themselves more money rather than care for the clients. Would not work here again.
Direct Care Worker in Sunbury, PA
on March 28, 2022
While employed here, I was valued. I was given respect by the Care Coordinators and my clients. They were flexible with my schedule and my supervisors were very understanding. This is a much better home health setting than my previous home health job. I have two kids and I was able to juggle everything in my personal life and also take care of my clients that were my regular scheduled clients.
Staffing Coordinator in Sunbury, PA
on March 22, 2022
I was trained and worked briefly as a care coordinator. I was trained to speak poorly to our caregivers and treat them like downright trash. No wonder they have a difficult time retaining staff. The management offers no room for creativity and compassion in your role as a care coordinator (now a SC ): For example, if you printed off a schedule for a new hire to better explain the schedule they signed up for, you would get a lecture for taking too much time explaining their schedule. I was simply trying to build rapport with caregivers/new hires and management was not allowing that. Also, myself and another new care coordinator were being trained together, approx. a week apart and I watched management treat her poorly. One manager would tell us to do things one way, and then at the end of the day we would have a lecture that we were doing it incorrectly even though we were following step by step instructions...and then we were told that we were not fulfilling the role because they would tell us first not to "bother careworkers if we KNEW they could not fulfill a shift", and then in the same breath say "The least they can say is no, so call them. We need notes in our computer that they are declining the shift." Simple things that if you have worked at an office you wonder about. Things like no drinks at desks, getting your sticky notes taken away like a child, even if you brought your own, it felt like kindergarden. Absolutely if you have ever been in an office setting with a good vibe, you would never fit in well here. Your expectations of being treated with respect would be too high.
HHA in Bloomsburg, PA
on September 24, 2021
Very disorganized. Don't work here. Doesn't do what they promise. Staff hasn't a clue. They treat employees poorly. Needs more organization. Needs better office staff.
Direct Care Worker in Bloomsburg, PA
on August 31, 2021
During COVID-19, this company provided me with a reusable mask, disposable masks, gloves, all free of charge. So long as I communicated with the office staff, they were willing to work with me. I do see some people complaining about pay, but I was given a Sign on Bonus as well as paid $12/hour which is higher than where I use to work. I asked about raises, but the issue lays with the State reimbursing the Agency $18/hour and I understand there is overhead with this business as they are only paid for hours they staff. I did have the ability to pickup overtime and was paid $18/hour for my time as well as Holidays. The holidays that are $18/hour are New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. There is also insurance (Health, Dental, and Life Insurance) available to pickup as well. Given the issues I have had with other home health agencies, I do not see myself leaving Family Care. The caregivers need to understand that some problems are bigger than the Agency, but they do the best with what they have. This is a job that cares for people who cannot care for themselves, and it is not just playing cards or watching TV with an elderly person. I would recommend to anyone looking to gain experience in an entry level position as a Caregiver, as this is much safer than working in a facility.

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Process takes about a day or two

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There was no interview just asked whether I had any criminal charges

Shared on March 12, 2020

They ask no questions. If they call you, you are hired. All they care is that you have no felonies. You can have drug charges, and stuff. Just no felonies.

Shared on February 27, 2020

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