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Kindred Hospice
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About the company

  • CEO
    David Causby
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry


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Rating overview

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Case manager in Texas
on May 26, 2021
Could be a good place to work with the right local leadership. The local leadership is just lacking which makes for a bad day at work more days than not.
Gentiva employee in Lake Oswego, OR
on July 13, 2021
I enjoyed it when it was Gentiva Hospice. But after two more mergers it became a Titanic, unable to be flexible, caring only for profit and little in way of rewards and benefits for employees. Upper management was insensitive and uncaring.
RN Case Manager Hospice in Lubbock, TX
on July 5, 2021
No work life balance with this place, constantly on call and asked to do things even on your days off (including PTO days). I would leave work in the morning and truly not know when I would get home. The turn over rate at the local branch is very high. You are not trained nor taught any policies. So many questionable calls about patients being eligible vs non eligible. Their was no organization, no communication. No clear direction. Constant chaos and stress. Would not recommend working for Kindred.
RN Case Manager in Lubbock, TX
on June 28, 2021
Absolute lack of communication between field and mgmt employees. There are no clearly defined policies for the referral or admission process and the “rules” change for everyone. Lack of leadership and no support for field staff. High turnover, poor patient satisfaction scores, no raises(!)I am still employed out of commitment to my patients but don’t anticipate staying there much longer. There is no loyalty no appreciation no recognition for the work we do on a daily basis and the sacrifices we and our families make to do this work.
RN Hospice Case Manager in Panora, IA
on June 21, 2021
No home life due to 12-15 hour days working. Management is poor and rude! Unethical workplace! All they care about is the bottom line, money! I worked my tail off and was treated like dirt!

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

Previous experience, problem solving techniques, was very informal and friendly setting

Shared on June 12, 2020

Did I know medical terminology. Did I know terms for medical doses. Did I know how to answer phones. Did I know how to use a fax machine and copy machine.

Shared on May 30, 2019

How flexible I was? How well I worke s a ten member?

Shared on May 28, 2019

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