Gulfside Hospice and Pasco Palliative Care

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Pace is very fast; there is no time for QUALITY work anymore. You aren't able to sit and listen to your patients and their families because management wants direct care staff to crank out many visits so they can bill for them. It's very sad - these people are dying or losing a loved one. Hospice is meant to support them during this time, not exploit them.

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The best leaders always lead by example. It is not enough to have a title behind your name. You earn respect by working alongside your staff; communicating with them and listening to them. A good leader is visible and trusted. Gulfside is a small company... there is no excuse as to why we don't see the executive staff much. Monthly town hall meetings are a must and upper management should be prepared to hear the good, bad and ugly. Rentention Is the name of the game. Gulfside will
Continue to hemorrhage employees until they learn this lesson.

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Great benefit options! Always adding more features and opportunities to take advantage of.

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End of life care is very demanding. The number of patients seen varies.... be prepared for taking call along with case management of a high number of patients.

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What experience do you have in dealing with grief? What about the agency's missions and goals do you relate to well? How do you feel about working around individuals that are actively dying?

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