The residents are what make up keep going they are the sweetest!
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Van, TX – April 10, 2018
I think they should look more into why so many people quite and do something about it because it slowly killing there businesses. And the management doesn’t even communicate with you really they just stick glued to there phones .
Office Assistant/Medical Records/Van Driver (Former Employee) – Van, TX – March 30, 2018
Van Healthcare is a nursing home that needed a lot of head staff regrouping when I was there. And now that I have left, that is just what the nursing has received. Praise God. The management was all family and friends and had been that way for years on hand. They either went to school together, grew up together, or was in a relationship with on another and that is not how you conduct business. On the other hand, I am a people person and I have been certified for over 20 plus years and I love my elderly people. They brings my heart so much joy and I just love taking care of them. I was always raised to remember those who paid the price for us to be where we are today. And I always, try to show the elderly no matter who they are, or where we are, how much I appreciate them. So, I'm always lending a helping hand, whether on job, in a store, at church or where have you. I love the helping out where I can and when I can.
a very good place to work for evreryone felt like family
CNA (Former Employee) – Van, TX – February 24, 2016
I worked as a CNA PRN but i was a cook in the kitchen...i worked doubles on weekend from 6am to 7:30pm.the hardest part of the job was loosing the ones you would get close to..the most enjoying part of the job was waling in to work and knowing that they all love having you their working with family.loved my co-workers.my manager and i worked very well together and became very good friends.i learned all of my cna work their that is where i started working as a cna i learned how to plan there meals. a typical day at work was working hard and having fun doing it
free lunches wile at work/ took a 15 min break every few hrs
CNA (Former Employee) – Van, TX – September 3, 2014
I learned patients with this place. Sometimes short handed always came in with a smile on my face, 16 hours without a smile and a sense of humor, your not going to have a good day. Nor make the residents smile or happy.
Smiles, getting 'thank you" from the bosses and plus residents.