it is a nursing home. it is not the funnest place to work. It has its ups an downs. it is a job! you must be dedicated. and dependable! you must be available all 7 days of the week, including holidays.
CNA/Restorative Aide (Former Employee) – Carrollton, MO – May 21, 2018
It was a wonderful place to work with an amazing staff that truly cared for our residents. They offer bonuses for going above and beyond for their residents. They took care of my mom, and still take care of my dad.
Enjoyed working with the staff and was treated well while there.
RESIDENT CASE MANAGER (RN) (Former Employee) – Burien, WA – May 21, 2018
I started out as a floor nurse, providing medical treatments for the residents and then was moved to the medicare wing where I did the assessments and documentations. The hardest part of the position was try to keep up with the documentation of the F-tags.
Laundry Aide (Former Employee) – Hilton Head Island, SC – May 19, 2018
All days were rough poor a/c laundryroom was hot at all times. Clicks were allowed to do as they pleased.every day staff would leave to go play the lotto or go to wal mart on the clock an manager did nothing.
Paid for lunch, staff left job to shop on the clock an management knew.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Kailua-Kona, HI – May 18, 2018
Poorly managed power structure. Do not care about employees and try to mask it with facility prepared lunches occasionally while employees aren't paid enough to buy their own family food. They treat all patients the same, give them no individual treatment. Very institutional facility, they were convicted of Medicare/Medicaid Fraud yet are still allowed to operate. How do you cheat the government of over 300 million dollars and still be allowed to operate?
Director of Social Services (Former Employee) – Plainwell, MI – May 18, 2018
I struggled with working with this company as was overwhelmed with work responsibilities and when would talk to supervisor about needing assistance by another human being with job completion her solution was to send me to more trainings (despite knowing how to do job) or add more responsibilities to me. I burned out quickly as worked 12 hour plus days to get all assignments completed and had no time to spend with my family.
being able to be part of other's lives when they had no one else
Physical Therapy Assistant Internship (Former Employee) – Port Saint Lucie, FL – May 15, 2018
Great facility, staff is friendly and caring. I learned a lot when I was there. Everyone there is willing to help out if they are needed. Population is both short term and long term, geriatric, orthopedic, neurological, cardiac, and alzheimers.
Certified Nurse Assistant (Former Employee) – Altamonte Springs, FL – May 12, 2018
You go in and make your rounds make sure the patients are doing well. Get them settled down assist them to the bathroom ,assist with feeding, assist with showering and etc. I’ve learned how to be of more helped to those who couldn’t helped themselves. You have different cultured people who are pt. And working their.The hardest part of the job is watching someone passes away.most enjoyable part of the job is helping someone.
I love Life Care and the people working there. I wish I wasn't a student as my time there was short lived. The staff were amazing, and the patients were made it better, especially if you have a heart with working with geriatrics.
Was a fun place to work, learn and meet new people. I learn to care for residents. Hardest part was working nights, trying to stay awake. the most enjoyable was being with the residents and getting to know them. We become family at the end of the day.