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Liberty Healthcare Companies
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About the company

  • Founded
    1870
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare

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292 jobs

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 75 reviews and is evolving.
3.4020172.7120181.7120192.6720203.432021

Reviews

Physical Therapist in Supply, NC
on December 1, 2020
My original nursing supervisor as a Physical Therapist was welcoming, instructive and positive. She left the company (NO SURPRISE). Could have worked with her.Subsequently I was placed under micromanaging, negative and condescending nursing supervisor supported by the director. She absolutely did not see the big picture and ordered me to change my notes to reflect her views (she was not at the visits with me and I had 25 years as a PT incl homecare).Recommend against for an experienced Physical Therapist at this location....
LPN in Winston Salem, NC
on June 17, 2021
Job culture is poor, management needs to learn to do things to improve the moral of the facility. Encourage positive behaviors and teamwork among the staff and team work.
LTC Provider in Winston-Salem, NC
on June 6, 2021
Overall a nice group of immediate team members to work with. Managers and section directors are generally great to work with. The workload is reasonable Managers are motivating and hands on helpful.The pay is reasonable unless the company has financial difficulties, at which time they will create a “voluntary resignation” situation to get rid of you and hire someone to do the same job for less money. The nursing facility staff is a problem. The DONs tend to be resentful and retaliatory against anyone with higher education than theirs. The DONs want to manage everyone and everything from schedules to medical decisions and diagnoses) which they are not licensed to do). If you speak out the DON and the building administrator will look for any frivolous thing to report to your immediate manager and request your dismissal with no option to defend yourself. You are not allowed to meet with the DON, administrator and your manager collectively to discuss issues openly.
Former employee in Wilmington, NC
on June 4, 2021
Not a bad company. Just got too big for their structure. Miss the liberty of years past. Decent management and decent pay. Just wanted to do a good job
LPN in Matthews, NC
on April 8, 2021
Poor management, they don't care about being short staffed. If I could give them no stars, I would. I have been in the medical field since I was 18 & I have NEVER seen a place like it. Smh

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Liberty Healthcare Companies locations

3.1
Wilmington, NC
3.5
Raleigh, NC
1.8
Whiteville, NC
1.8
Winston-Salem, NC
2.0
Matthews, NC
2.3
Charlotte, NC

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