A place to work if you are truly interested in Mental Health Rehabilitation.
LPN/MENTAL HEALTH - RN/ night supervisor (Current Employee) – Florida City, FL – March 3, 2018
I work nights, manage about 40 technicians which is the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job is the time-off. It is multicultural at GEO Care, LLC which is now called A Correct Care, LLC with more of a diverse culture during the day than at night. Management is very supportive.I've learned that mental health is a serious issue that needs to be addressed.
They try to act professional but they are a mickey mouse organization with little to no ethics. They pay absolutely horrible and demand way too much from their employees that will work and demand little to nothing from those that wont but they all get paid the same.
Enjoyed working with the psychologists on staff and the practicum students and interns. The hospital has an excellent working team; however, rarely felt safe walking on the campus and inside the residences of the patients.
It is family oriented as for staff that works on the floor.
MENTAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) – Florida City, FL – May 25, 2017
I have been working for this company for a long time and after so long of working in this environment it has really affected me mentally and emotionally. I notice at times I have outburst towards my others I have constant headaches, and the population had gotten a lot worse than it was some time ago. It's not such a bad place to work but i would not recommend long term employment and also management is very bad when it comes to speaking up for the staff.
none for me but maybe the employee recognition for others
Typical day at work was get thing because it was short staff. what I learn from working at GEO is the Health code for patients with health problems. the management was very reasonable with the hours and duties. different ethic background back nothing new to learn from culture from the people I worked with. Hardest part of the job was cutting food with knives strap down to the table for safety reasons. not enjoyable at all was kind of dull.
Unit Clerk (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – August 12, 2016
it;s a job. typical work day is very busy I learned how to assit doctors with patient information. This is a slow learning company. management is very laid back. the co employers are hard workers and the hardest job was to sit in front of monitoring camera for 4 hours. the most enjoyable is not working on weekends
Security Monitor (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – April 28, 2016
Great workplace if your looking to gain knowledge on working with difficult people but also becoming a pro at handling them. I had the greatest pleasure working and learning new things at this company everyday.
Typically I administered medications to patients on the different units, did minor assessments of medical complaints when notified by either the patient or one of the techs, and transcribing new medication orders.
Able to work with my school schedule.
Was laid of with very little notice due to the company no longer hiring LVN's
Mental Health Technician (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – October 30, 2015
usually very busy. Patients acting up and MHT would be required to keep the peace. It was a stressful place to be, always alert and on guard staff's safety always unpredictable, due to the population we catered to.
Once Was good place to work but, changed Facility Administrator and no longer that way. Hard to get things done. There more paper work involved to get things fixed then should be. my co-workers are great. Upper management is bad. Getting things done for the lack of support. Repairing and maintaining the facility is enjoyable
Mental Health Technician (Former Employee) – Indiantown, FL – July 20, 2015
The company provides okay rating of improvement but the safety of the employers are greatly at risk. While employment several employees were injured due to lack of security measurements and that alone is not a great policy for the facility.
Management is more concerned with money than the safety of their employes. put alot of work on some departments becouse other fall short in their duties. most of the employes are great the Dr.s really care for the residents.