Old Cheney Rehabilitation Careers and Employment
Old Cheney Rehabilitation provides post-acute care in a distinct environment. Today’s healthcare consumers demand care delivery beyond the current long-term care approach. In fact, the majority of those qualified for a Medicare short-stay choose to go home despite safety concerns, due to the undesirable alternatives. Also, many physicians avoid recommending a long-term care facility because of the frequent dissatisfaction of prior patients.
Transitional care is for patients who require a regimen of therapy or skilled nursing care following an acute hospital stay. It is ideal for patients who no longer need to be in a hospital but are not ready to go home. We care for adults of all ages who are recovering from surgery, illness or injury, which include: orthopedic surgery, stroke, cardiac or open heart surgeries, heart disease, amputations, diabetes, patient’s requiring IV or wound care, dialysis patients, post-operative observations, plastic surgery recovery, and recovery from an acute or extended illness.
Old Cheney Rehabilitation has the clinical skill sets to manage these post-acute issues and allow the patient to navigate the course home in a short period of time. The Old Cheney Rehabilitation mission is to provide the greatest transitional rehabilitation and skilled nursing care experience in a distinct 5-star setting.
Old Cheney Rehabilitation does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability or age.
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The workplace environment is often negative, particularly regarding CNAs. The wound care is abysmal and does not coincide with the advocacy the team should provide. I really like lab draws and being involved with patient care. Majority of CNA workers at night are lazy, loud, and lack of empathy, and treat nurses poorly.
What is the best part of working at the company? The residents Pay What is the most stressful part about working at the company? *Drama *High turnover rate *Hours being cut because DON hires anyone and everyone *staffing, having to do the work of multiple jobs
When I first started with this company it was a good work environment very welcoming and pleasant but slowly as I worked there people became hateful to me. They do not provide raises very well making people unable to continue to work there due to the cost of living prices. Overworked underpaid and feel like you work three jobs in one.Also a lot of the work environment feels like there is a lot of hostility and drama in the back and patient care area. If you deal with drama well and don’t mind working three jobs in one this place is the one for you
They go through management like crazy , no communication, dayshift nurses are lazy and pass the buck , very few good staff members . Patient care isn’t a priority only money is. It’s very sad . I would never send someone I care about to this facility.
This place has more drama than Netflix! People from all departments are constantly talking about others and causing issues. Some members of management are very vocal and have been heard yelling at others in the hallways. They are also very two faced in every department.
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