PCA Personal Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Sanderville ga – April 16, 2018
I liked working at this place I enjoyed da experience I had been around new people and being able to help them in anyway I could .I enjoyed the smiles on their faces bein able to still do things they wasn't able to do now bit can do with just a little help and encouragement
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Sandersville, GA – January 18, 2018
a typical day at work, normal not a hard job. Love the cients. They do teach you a lot with lessons. the most enjoyable part is meeting different people.Sometime they put to much work on you like you don't have a life.
super stressful, always asking more from staff, misrepresented job duties.
HOME HEALTHCARE NURSE (Former Employee) – Carmel, IN – May 4, 2017
this company was horrible! The orientation was long, but didn't cover what was needed. They stated you would only have so many patients per day, but would always be adding to your list. You were expected to do case manager duties, reviewing LPN's and CNA'S, and admitting and discharging patients from the service. You were expected to be on call frequently, but it wasn't "on call", there were scheduled patient to see, and or admit. There was no support from the so called case managers, and it was even difficult to get a hold of them.
Billing Specialist (Former Employee) – Carmel, IN – April 19, 2017
I had a better opportunity with Indiana Hand Center. I enjoyed working in the medical field, however, there were some problems I felt in management. I tried several times to speak to my superior with no success, so I moved on to Indiana Hand Center.
RN Clinical Auditor (Former Employee) – Carmel, IN – December 12, 2016
Auditing of clinician notes including nurses, Physical Therapists, Occupational therapists, Speech Therapists, CNA’s, to ensure accuracy and compliance to agency, State and Federal guidelines Education and supervision of up to 40 clinicians in correct documentation methods Auditing of OASIS assessments for trends in patient care Tracking of levels of RN compliance for supervisory visits of LPN’s and CNA’s
Clinical Coordinator (Former Employee) – Illinois – November 16, 2016
Think twice before applying! Management is very unprofessional and will not value you as an employee. If you are planning to be a per visit clinical employee, prepare to travel at an excessive amount and not receive proper compensation for it.