Nice company to work for. The company was so nice and concerned about their clients. I started out as a volunteer to help the elderly. Three days a week 2 to 3 hours a day. I was recommended to last family who needed more help.
RN Case Manager Hospice (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – January 3, 2018
Had a case load of 14 to 22 patients. Loved working with the familys and patients during this most difficult time of their lives. I felt that I was able to give some comfort and support to my patients and they gave back to me my since of worth. The best team ever to work for. Very caring and compassionate people. The hardest part of my job was getting to know the patients and family and having to say good-bye. When the new company came in it all changed and then they closed the doors related to low census and competition.
Clinical Services Manager (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – December 2, 2017
Too focused on $$$. Poor quality upper management. Great coworkers, amazing patient population. Very rewarding work. Management at regional level very unhelpful, clueless about boots on the ground care delivery.
Working with coworkers, families
Management metrics too restictive to deliver high quality care
Angela Hospice (Former Employee) – United States – November 2, 2017
I leaning how work with different people,attiude,and people ways.People with different language,In workplace culture of organization...starting one strongest quality person work with.To satisfy your customers.Enjoy is to do your best with the customer.
PRN Employment (Former Employee) – Hattiesburg, MS – September 29, 2017
Hospice Advantage was a great place to work PRN. They were very organized and helpful. I was treated with gratitude for the role I played for going to see the patients in there homes for recertification.
Hospice RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – West Branch, MI – March 20, 2017
In a job like hospice you are often independent. Often on the road visiting families and patients in their home setting. It was always comforting knowing colleagues were only a call away and always willing to help and a sticky situation. I enjoyed one on one time with my patients and meeting their needs on an individual level.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Tucker, GA – November 2, 2016
Hospice Advantage wasn't enjoyable for me but I gained experience and I helped ease families sufferings through difficult times I never was in a Hospice atmosphere before. And my heart went out to families that had to endure losing their loved ones. But overall I wouldn't recommend 'Hospice Advantage' to an interested applicant.
Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Lakeville, MN – August 25, 2016
No training/ orientation, outdated/ lack of appropriate work equipment, several different administrators and DONs while I worked there. Had you driving several hrs between pts, no reimbursement from office to pts (even if you had to drive an hr), terrible hipaa practices. Stay away!
Registered Nurse Case Manager (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – June 25, 2016
Prior to being bought by Compassus, the company had a lot of chiefs and not too many Indians, after being bought the number of chiefs felt like it multiplied x 4 and there was no increase in Indians. The work/personal life balance is heavily weighted on the work side. The promises that were made prior to being hired never came to pass.
more flexibility than the hospital
very long workdays, little backup from administrator or middle management