Only friends of management have any worth. This company offers patients services and does not deliver in some cases making the nurses look like liars. they refuse to work around school schedules unless you are a friend. they refuse to give vacation days (once again unless your a friend or family of theirs)
its a job
terrible pay schedule you sometime wait for 18 days to get paid
I love my job at Stein Hospice. I met a lot of wonderful people, not just the people that i work with, but the patients and their families. Stein is a great organization. Not only do they make sure the needs of the patients are being taken care of, the families as well.
,worked 14yrs hospice, then disabiltlity july 2012 (Former Employee) – Sandusky, OH – April 20, 2015
Hospice is a wonderful company to have for patients,we also did homecare,typical day is coming in and getting report then we go in our groups and start from room to room taking care of them,bathing dental care,taking to bathroom,vitials.bedchanges.,LEARNED EVERY PATIENT IS GOING TO DO IT THIER WAY! sometimes its hard to let go of patients after they take their jounery of life.getting to kn ow people from everywhere
sometimes work through lunch or wait hour after your dying to go bathroom
Continuous Care Nurse Staff (Former Employee) – Sandusky, OH – April 18, 2014
For the time that I worked with Stein Hospice, I got to know the innermost functions of the company. There is really no job quite like Stein Hospice. The most people friendly place to be. You get to learn a lot from the staff, the patients, and their families. Management is also the tops.
I learned alot from working for stein. Helping people at the end of life is a very rewarding experience. I learned to be more in tuned to peoples feelings using more than just their words but facial expressions. Family support and overall co worker support was so amazing. a great place to work.
Marketing and Physician Relations (Current Employee) – Sandusky, OH – June 13, 2012
This has been a learning experience for me to work in the community. I have become accomplished in many new marketing techniques which have assisted me in doubling the census at a recently established office extension of Stein Hospice. I have been able to apply physician relationship skills from previous experiences to this new community setting. This position requires clear, concise communication skills, active listening and the ability to negotiate which I have gained through many years of experience working with physicians, patients and families.
STNA (Former Employee) – Sandusky, OH – May 16, 2012
Usually a typical work day consisted of the same patients each day, this was done to grow a bond with the patient and family members. So, when the time came for their journey to the end of life, they would be with some one they trusted and knew. I would perform hands on ADL's with every patient, socialize, and try to get them to go outside or a walk through out the facility.
love the patients, payed well, continuing education
would get paid late, a lot of call off, not enough help