Leaving as quick as I can (Current Employee) – Wisconsin – October 6, 2018
All direction comes from the top and expectations are not realistic- these two things lead to regular patient dissatisfaction. Employees quit daily. Many are found sleeping in empty patient rooms, or even putting out of order signs in bathrooms to avoid working. I wouldn’t recommend working here turn over is extremely high - Corp culture blames everyone but themselves.
Assignments were not balanced according to acuity of patients. Nurse may be required to care for a minimum of 5 extremely acutely ill patients.Overall organization of the unit medication sytem was extremely poor, takes 1-2 1/2 hours to just gather medications to administer to patients. Company failed to have policy and procedures established prior to opening unit. Preceptor was knowledgeable regarding patient care but not in student/preceptor interactions. Preceptor had poor ability to allow independent growth of employee. Poor communicatioin of senior management with staff...poor management/staff interaction except with charge nurses and supervisors. Management failed to identify required needs to meet requirements for permanent employment while in orientation and refused to identify any deficiency or allow time to meet their expectations or allow employees to correct deficiencies.
Too much expected for the acuity level of patients
Charge Nurse/Floor Nurse (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 12, 2018
I went from Lvn to rn with this employer. The pay increase was was fair and the management in this facility were also fair. It is long hours and some changes have recently been made but overall a good place to work.
Very toxic work environment. No training. But they expect you to perform as if youve been trained.
Clinical Navigator (Former Employee) – Texas – August 11, 2018
Run from this place. The DSI lies and creates a toxic work environment. She pushes her power around and spends most of her day bragging about herself. This company doesn't train you... but expects you to perform as if you've been trained. You work at home almost every night without pay or compensation. They expect this job to be your entire life.
CNA (Current Employee) – Wilkes-Barre, PA – July 25, 2018
It is a horrible place to work for. Upper management does not care about you . They do not recognize the hard work we do. They get big bonuses and we get a book bag, lunch bag or a cup.They need to close that place . I would not recommend that place to work or to have a love one place in there also. One good thing about the place is all the nurses and aides get along well. There is so much wrong with that place
Lack of proper support and system structure from corporate leadership for Food Services.
Director of Food Services (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK 74133 – July 9, 2018
Being part of a brand new start up was exciting, but the lack if a corporate representative for Food Services was not known until after the hiring process. This presented many additional unnecessary challenges for the success of the department.
Clinical Navigator (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – June 16, 2018
No Training provided - just thrown in the market and told to get patients. Micromanaged every minute of the day. Too much busywork and back and forth communication unable to do the job. Backstabbing and Toxic. No Team concept - Management lacks experience in role and doesn’t lead!
Corporate Procurement Specialist (Current Employee) – Enola, PA – June 15, 2018
Opportunities to travel and grow with the company. I was promoted from within and that set the precedent for others to follow. Like any company, there are challenges, but for the most part i enjoyed working for this organization.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – New Braunfels, TX – June 12, 2018
The work/job: ok when can get them to spend money to repair things Learned:DON'T TRUST anyone Management:CEO fine,all else terrible Hardest part was all the backstabbing,never taking care of employee issues,extreme drama
Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) – Hammond, LA – April 24, 2018
The Hammond, LA location management is very unprofessional and sneaky. The respiratory supervisor doesn't help with patient care yet post acute claim they aim for quality care. Can't give great care when your overloaded with patients and only one respiratory therapists on duty.
LVN (Former Employee) – New Braunfels, TX – April 23, 2018
The in house management was fine, the corporate management who ran things were terrible. They had no medical degree/certificates yet mandated nurse/patient ratio without taking into account the acuity level. Liasons needed to meet quota and would bring in all MR patients, trying to bite, hit get out of bed, escape, etc meanwhile the nurse had 5-6 other patients to care for some even being on vents or drips. License was put on the line daily. Insurance was a perk and thankfully good teamwork to make it through the day.