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About the company

  • CEO
    Chris Wright
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry


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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 26 reviews and is evolving.


Registered Nurse in Milwaukee, WI
on January 8, 2021
Best place to work. I have no issues here. It’s the best employer I have ever had. I really hope to retire with this company
Home Health Care Aide in Houston, TX
on July 4, 2020
People was very understanding . My clients was very respectful , I loved everyone I worked with , I learned so much , I pray I keep people happy and blessad
Nursing Supervisor in Hartford, CT
on May 6, 2020
Working with Icare has opened me to nursing a younger group of patients. Sometimes difficult but achievable, they always bring out the patience in me. They are lovely and bond with staff, especially when they see that you take the time to listen to them. The members of staff can be challenging at times, but dealing with them in understanding and listening to them, even if there is no immediate solution has been a key for me. Management is management, I believe they are always able to strike a balance in a sense of judgment in situations. The hardest part of the job is the Union business that senior officers have to deal with and dealing with members of staff that are taking advantage of the union benefits and union safety arms. It is a nice feeling to know that people count on you as responsible and have a sense of duty. The offense will always come because we are individuals with different backgrounds and personalities but how we handle the differences is what makes the building a happy place.
Nurse in homecare in Rocky Hill, CT
on March 5, 2020
I work on the homecare side and it’s as if no one in management understand patient care . We take care of human beings . That takes a certain understanding. I would not recommend.
Regional Director in Manchester, CT
on January 2, 2020
Pleasure to work at iCare. Employees are encouraged to provide excellent resident care as well as a culture of great customer service. Flexible with scheduling.

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