Very clean and progressive, management is a huge disappointment
CNA (Current Employee) – Topton, PA – August 2, 2018
This is a very clean and smooth facility to work for, so if that is important to you this is a great place. There is always OT!!! Before your shift or after. Pick up an hour or two here and there.. whatever you want. Raises are non existent. Management has their favorites and are hardly qualified to work with a large body of employees. Finding coverage for vacation is near impossible - and the process is almost unbearable. This is a great place for pet diem workers. Full time employees - eh 😩
LPN Charge Nurse (Current Employee) – healthcare center – March 1, 2018
The facility is beautiful and well staffed compared to other healthcare settings. RN supervisors are excellent but unit managers are distant. You will remain very busy and always have a ton of assessments to be done. Typical nurse works but salary is good but difficult to get days off without finding one's own coverage. .
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Topton, PA 19562 – June 20, 2017
It is a beautiful facility located in a gorgeous campus of long-term care, assisted living and personal care, when I worked there they were starting to build smart homes. Management was just not that great. Staffing was good, turn over rate was low.
personal assistant (Current Employee) – Topton, PA – January 25, 2016
A Typical day at work consists of coming in at 3pm and setting up the dining room and then in between 3pm to 5pm you can get residents ready for bed time, as in give showers that are needed and assist all the residents and accomplish all there needs, once dinner is done you do an activity with them and then you start one by one getting them ready and into bed. I learned that not everyone can help there selves and its an amazing feeling knowing that you have such an impact on someone's life the way I do. Management is very good here, they are all pretty amazing people. Me and my co workers get along pretty well, we all no that team work is the best thing and we all work together and help each other out. I honestly think the hardest part of my job is the fact that you get so close to some of these residents and they do pass away because of old age and illnesses. The most enjoyable part of the job is just seeing the smiles on their faces and knowing that they might not have family that's still around but they consider you family.
Working and helping people at the same time is gratifying.
CNA (Current Employee) – Topton, PA – May 5, 2015
I start by getting residents out of bed, showering and dressing, toileting, feeding, helping them throughout the day. I learned that whether or not residents can thank you, they are grateful for me. Co-workers make work much more enjoyable. hardest part is losing a resident, most enjoyable is creating great bonds with people.