Teton Post Acute Care and Rehabilitation Careers & Employment - Working at Teton Post Acute Care and Rehabilitation
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I worked here for a while and we did not have one nurses meeting. We got a group text once every 6 weeks or so. Questions asked directly to management go unanswered, texts and calls go unanswered. You quickly learn to not care as much as they do. I heard management previous to the current people were pretty good, but if you need support and communication from your bosses wait until these ones get fired (l'm sure that's not far off.)
Nurse in Floor nurse
on February 2, 2021
I worked there for a year. I’ve worked at other facilities before and only left here because I had to move to another state. No company or facility is perfect, but here it seemed like almost everyone was genuinely trying to make it a great place to work, and because of that, I loved it. Management would take time to sit down and hear me if I had any suggestions or problems, the nurses would answer call lights and communicate if they needed help as well! Trainings and meetings were helpful and didn’t focus on just making sure we knew how to take care of our residence but how to take care of ourselves and each other. If you’re the kind of person that likes working as part of team, this is the place for you.
Certified Nursing Assistant - Team Lead in Idaho Falls, ID
on January 7, 2020
The management cares little to none about their employees. Not to mention the fact that nobody does their job at the best pace so EVERYONE falls behind
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant in Idaho Falls, ID
on May 18, 2019
I was an unpaid intern with only one responsibility, to learn as much as possible about the long term care. I found it very informative and exciting. This was my only long term care experience.
Intern in Idaho Falls, ID
on October 27, 2016
You get burned out fairly quickly. There are constant scheduling issues and many, many hours of overtime worked. Management does not seem to care too much for the employees or the residents. The majority of co-workers are unprofessional and do not fulfill their jobs to the fullest extent. It has an extremely difficult working environment to be in. The residents are wonderful.
Certified Nursing Assistant in Idaho Falls, ID
on November 14, 2014
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