Productive, diverse cultureral place to work for
CNA+4 Rehab Unit (Current Employee) – Durham, NC – January 12, 2018
Night shifts are a time when pts recover and rest from their hard work, after doing therapy, and to prepare for the next day. They usually are ready for bed early. I learned to not judge a book by its cover. All patients recovery is different, and are not to be compared to others with the same condition. When I first started working for MPH, morale was at an all-time High, now it is rather low. Partly due to many changes, (ie) insurances, salary, hours of work and bonuses. I loved how we got Christmas bonuses each year. Becuase I work on a rehab unit, the hardest part of my job was to learn to let the patients do for themselves and only help when absolutely necessary. The most enjoyable part of my job was to see a patient progress from a stroke, surgery, car accident, or brain injury, and progress to the point of going home to function on their own. MPH has a multicultural staff. I enjoy working with people from other countries, diverse cultures, and religions. It has allowed me to view the world through the eyes of another.
salary, bonuses, insurance changes, no food for night shift