Dispatcher (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – March 29, 2018
Leadership is not supportive. Warehouse team members support each other, management supports upper management..more like Micro management. Leadership gets better, Home Care Group would be a great place to work!
trainers sabotage your success, watch out for your license, mistakes are plentiful and they will have you fall on the sword. Mgt is nothing short of a bully. I speak for more than myself but can't mention names
Home Care Connections Assistant (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – March 4, 2018
This was my first job tight out of college and I was not not expected a lot. I wanted to get some job experience under my belt. The job was very easy but the management made the job unbearable at times.
Home Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Dundalk, MD – March 1, 2018
Excellent work environment. Collaborated with the interdisciplinary team to provide patient care from admission to discharge. Enjoyed the team work. Administration was concerned about both the patients and employees well being.
Infusion Case Manager, RN (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – December 13, 2017
Switched from working in home care from the pediatric emergency department. Great to see the sunlight and be out in the world making a difference in the community. Also, great to work with a manager that is supportive.
Helpful management gets you through the day. Make a difference in pt's lives. Diverse pt experience. Autonomous. Spent at the end of the week.
Case Manager (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – December 10, 2017
The business is motivated by CMS to have accurate & thorough documentation. Meanwhile, you are helping out other nurses who may have to cover for you by having thorough & detailed documentation. This sucks into your day as you have to visit up to 5 individuals per day, 5 days a week. By the weekend you are so tired. Furthermore, you feel like you get a chance to bond with patients, make a difference & be a REAL nurse-- out in the field, with a phone and hotspot, not knowing what you are walking into. Again, if you want to work more than 40 hours per week and like documenting while having an intimate experience with patients, this is the job for you!
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – November 15, 2017
It’s a good company and management is great. You’ll never get any hours! I would recommend that you have another job or back up plan. This should be a job if you have extra time outside of another job.
Everyone is like one big family, we always look out for each. Compliment each other daily. Fun environment. Meetings are educational and fun. We hangout outside of work. I have actually made some great friends.
Being one of the world's best, the organization's focus is on strategic priorities developed by the leadership team and cascaded to all employees.
Typical day at work - challenging and busy but all worth it What have I learned - a lot Management - focus on strategic priorities, embracing diversity and inclusion My co-workers - hardworking Hardest part of my job - can't think of any Most enjoyable part of my job - working with different people
Staff P.T (Current Employee) – Baltimore County, MD – December 14, 2016
Very professional and attentive to professional growth. The entire organization has been very concerned and involved with each employees success and development. Hopkins fully equips me to succeed as a PT both in education and resources.
professional development, accessibility to management
low compensation, weekend and holiday requirements
A typical work day was very hectic, but with the staff we had, it was fun, too. I didn't agree with ALL the way things were done, and up until a new manager came in and took over, we were like a family and we liked coming t work. Once the new management took over, the morale went down, horribly. Over the course of 3 years, all of us left the Pharmacy to go work elsewhere, all due to one or two people.
GREAT pay, provided free luches sometimes
not much respect from the higher ups, new and helpful ideas aren't usually considered
Home Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – The Johns Hopkins Hospital - Baltimore MD – June 30, 2016
A typical day in this position consisted of arranging home medical care for patients that were being discharged from JHH I learned that a lot of work goes into coordinating home medical services and supplies. Management was precise. Had a great bunch of coworkers The biggest obstacle I faced was the coordination between the patient's services that were needed, there type of insurance and what companies took that particular insurance. It was a great learning experience. Best part of the job was the inner feeling when all services came together and knowing the patient would benefit in the end.
The company continues to grow rapidly, however employment does not (where it is greatly needed). All in all, it's a good place to work with good benefits, however there is not a retirement program (other than the 403B)