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8 to 10 depending on census

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You get rwo days, but policy dictates you are written up for missing work no matter the reason. If you get in a car accident and are in the ICU, you are written up. Period.

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Lifecare of Chester County is an amazing facility. I love being a RN there, all staff are compassionate about what they do. Housekeeping, pharmacy, nurses, cna, physicians, respiratory, case management, everyone who works there cares about each other and work hard together to give superior patient care and provide quality patient safety. I left a large well known hospital system that had all the bells and whistles Magnet accredited; trauma; stroke you name it. I left because patient safety was last on the list. I wanted a place to work that that I felt good about. I am so blessed to have found LIFECARE of CHESTER. COUNTY. It really makes a difference when the Chief Nursing Officer knows who each and every employee is and attends every morning huddle and is always there for the staff.. 5 big gigantic stars is my rating!!

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You would have to go through two interveiws and take a test. Followed by a phone call if you meet their required exspectations.

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Health insurance, dental, life, pto, 401k

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In Pittsburgh it about once every three years.

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It is busy because there many patients with chronic illness that require very close attention

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Started with phone interview by HR. Onsite interview with Director of HIM and Coding Manager.

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All lumped into PTO time. I felt it was fair. My supervisors were always understanding.

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This hospital is now closed

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