Portland Health and Rehabilitation Center
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Charge Nurse LPN in Portland, OR
on January 21, 2020
No shortage of hours
I learned alot working at PHRC, I worked quite alot of hours and overtime. This is the only job I have had that does not drug test. This is a good entry level position.
Social Services Director in Portland, OR
on June 3, 2019
Don't expect to have a life working here
I am the Social services director and it's a stressful job. I work during my lunch break because there is so much that needs to be done. The boss expects everything to get done and if you don't have it done she is questionable on what your doing at work. Boss is overly involved that causes all management to stress out. There is not enough hours in the day. Don't expect to get off work when you plan too. All management talks about each other. Overall, really horrible boss. Until a new boss is there it will continue to be a horrible place to work.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant in Portland, OR
on March 23, 2017
It's fine for a care facility
*Based on my experience in 2014 - things could have easily changed in 2 years
Being a CNA at a retirement home/care facility is hard and demanding in general and this place is about average. The CNAs switch sections every day so we had to be more adaptive. The other staff were friendly and helpful enough. The administration was effective. The pay was higher. My starting wage (2014, first job ever) was 13.43 on SWING which was more than I'd hoped for at the time. The nenefits offered were reaosnable.

However, the place didn't seem super clean and there were more than a few problem/rude residents.

At the time, we didn't have walkie talkies or pagers, which are immensely helpful at this type of job, but that isn't uncommon.

It was well staffed and tried to give CNAs 9 residents MAX on EVE. On a day when we had an extra resident, the nurse would specify that 2 CNAs were to share them so we wouldn't have more than 9.5 residents.

Most residents were pretty skilled and challenging, but often friendly.

This facility allowed smoking 3x a day outside and the CNAs would be assigned a session. Pros- it allowed for a nice extra break and time to get to know residents. Cons- smoke inhalation, being set back on your schedule.
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