Orientation wasn’t so bad, but once that and the honeymoon period was over, be prepared to take on a full load in a short period of time. They don’t want visits lasting more than an hour which is next to impossible when you have heavy caseloads. Things get missed easily
Took only a few days, from interview to orientation.
Answered - Licensed Practical Nurse Field Staff (Former Employee) - Bay City, MI
A call from a recruiter, a first interview, a second interview and a hire date. Things looks real nice. 8 hours in the office for training (mostly on policy) for 3 or 4 weeks and as soon as possible you are thrown out there and your patients will change every day, every week and sometimes twice in one day and you will think you are a truck driver meaning you begin to think you are paid to drive not to care for patients.
Answered - Field Nurse (Former Employee) - Pinnacle senior care houston, tx