Unit Clerk/Medical Records Assistant (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – July 26, 2018
They say your job is what you make it ,well for 10years i really made my job a learning process gathering up alot if information that i need to be excelent at my job. I reeally loved my job and my management team. It was nothing they would not do for me to help my process and there was nothing i would not do for them . I can honestly say my 10 years with this company was great. i cant say anything bad about the company. despite of the rumors and the bad talk i enjoyed my time with both building Lochearn and Irvington.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – July 23, 2018
Its a great job to work there as a part time. Its not hard to do the job. I love the people that works there! The manager are flexible with my hours. I had to leave because I had a child on the way and wanted to be stay at home mom full time.
I dnt like how they dnt press the rules for all three shifts it’s like only 7-3 get all the strict rules but the other 2 shifts do what they want
GNA/CNA (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – June 18, 2018
We need more loyal ppl to inforce the rules through out all three shifts not just on 7-3 shift. Some of the nurses are unprofessional and lazy. They are not team players it’s every man for themselves and that’s not how it suppose to be in the nursing field.
It's a stressful work environment. Staff conflicts are handled inappropriately if at all. Staff is over runa nd disrespected on certain shifts. Management plays favorites to some people and the turnover rate makes keeping a team dynamic hard
rather not (Current Employee) – North Point – May 21, 2018
I love working at FutureCare. While I have a very stressful job and I need to come to an agreement with myself about work/life balance, it is a great company. They do a lot of things for employee morale and they are very good to their patients. My administrator who is my immediate boss is very dynamic. He encourages you and gives you the tools to help make you successful. I have never had a boss like that.
I'm admission Intake Nurse at this facility and my experience with this company is by far the GREAT. I enjoy working on the respiratory unit as a respiratory nurse, and acute Rehab unit, plus dialysis experience as well. I also work as a wound nurse with a great team of ladies in the wound department. The DON AND Administrator are awesome!
This company cares for the elderly and the general adult population. My experience has been challenging, while balancing home and work duties. If anyone needs a good LTC experience, Futurecare is the way to begin.
Housekeeping (Current Employee) – Catonsville, MD – March 15, 2018
The building is clean but I've seen some nasty parts of the building that makes me puke. The lunch is terrible other than Friday's. The management don't take up for you at all. We get no recognition at all for the great job we do. It's no room to grow there they say it is but it's not.
Future care is a fun place to work, staffs, unit managers are awesome and excellent team players.
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – United States – February 24, 2018
Having worked for future care for 15years +, I had the opportunity to further my education throught a flexible schedule given toe by the Director of nursing. However, due to lack of growth and career advancement, I decided to take a step forward to venture into other career that is more challenging.
Everyday is busy assisting patients in a variety of ways. Also, you learn that some patient are getting stronger and at the same time conditioning yourself for the ones that are getting weaker. Management is there to help when notified. In Future Care the culture is many different races in patients and staff. The hardest part of the job is not having what you need to work with. For example if the Hoyer Lift is malfunctioning. The most enjoyable part of the job is greeting and assisting residents.
FutureCare provides a safe and orderly environment