Internship (Current Employee) – Bowling Green, KY – October 10, 2018
As an intern, I was rotating among all the departments. I shadowed the employee I followed that day and finished the tasked she gave me. I have been in the admission and marketing office, medical record office, nursing department, social work department, and business department. I learned the workflows of every department in this healthcare facility.
They have a perfect team. The employees are engaged and collaborative. They have much freedom in doing their jobs. They taught me a lot during my internship.
HUMAN RESOURCES COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – September 22, 2018
If you're not their friend, they will screw you over. You have to constantly go above and beyond with little to no recognition. Management is untrained and incapable of performing their own job duties.
This was a very fun loving environment building. I was a charge nurse on the floor. I really enjoy working with the elderly. I love to make sure they are taken care of in a timely manner. Signature was a good company to work for.
More understanding coworkers. Pay was ok. Insurance benefits was good.
LPN (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 15, 2018
I retire in 5 years..would like to relocate with the company..can New Jersey please put in a review or two as I want to come back home..I currently work in ATL..not conscious of cleanliness in this environment..poor management..could be a great place if everybody would stop saying management only cares about money..I am very good at what I do..I also enjoy myself..always have learned to make lemonade!!!!!
Nurse (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – September 8, 2018
Supportive company as far as work life balance. Thankful for the experience, I learned a lot about the corporate side of healthcare. I will continue to practice and provide the highest standard of care to patients regardless of where I am employed.
STNA (Current Employee) – Washington Court House, OH – August 23, 2018
The mission and vision Signature has for long term care and short term rehabilitation is amazing. The passion to have the patients feel like they are home can be seen as you walk in the front door. The staff provide efficient, compassionate care to all patients. They are always friendly, welcoming and smiling.
too many residents to nurses. Like most places work the good workers to death. have seen much worse than here, but still needs improvement. and when I left I gave 2 weeks written notice - refused to pay me pto time earned, said they didn't have to. thought this was part of my benefits I earned????
The position provides me with the opportunity to care for patients by practicing evidence based care.
Consultant Pharmacist (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 14, 2018
Signature is a strong facility with good workers and quality outcome assessment. The job responsibilities at the site are to help with patient education, medication education, quality improvement for all patients admitted to the facility.
I review hospital discharge summaries and provide recommendations for care plans during the skilled nursing stay. I review medications, update discharge planning and provide family updates when necessary. Working closely with the Nurse Practitioner is a requirement daily. It is a great place to work.
State Tested Nurse Aide (Former Employee) – Coshocton, OH – August 12, 2018
Signature has changed management since i have been employed. When i worked at Signature Health they lacked with communication and had management issues, they are understaffed but have amazing employees.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Cleveland, TN – August 1, 2018
Pay was below average, opportunity for advancement did not exist. Had the best Director I have ever worked for. She was willing to fill in wherever necessary to get the job done and to take care of the residents to the highest standards.