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24 days ago

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

Atrium Centers, Inc. Grove City, OH

In this position you are responsible for the independent supervision of the delivery of care to a group of residents on a nursing unit with guidance… CareerBuilder

19 days ago

A/R Coordinator

Atrium Centers Inc. Grove City, OH +2 locations

This position has access to and is responsible for an abundance of confidential information and will be held accountable for maintaining confidence… CareerBuilder

24 days ago

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Atrium Centers, LLC. Grove City, OH +2 locations

In fulfilling our mission, we have high expectations of all our employees a program we call The Atrium Advantage. The Atrium Advantage is how we… CareerBuilder

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    Former Employee - RN Staff Nurse in North Muskegon, MI
    Former Employee - RN Staff Nurse in North Muskegon, MI
    Doesn't Recommend
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    I worked at Atrium Living Centers (Less than a year)


    None. Absolutely not even one positive reason to work for this company. Run for the hills, don't look back and be glad you got away.


    Orientation process: a whole whopping 3 days and on your own. The mentality was sink or swim. They were very disorganized. Could not figure out their forms, where they were even kept,or their computer software. They changed on weekly basis. Turnover of staff is VERY high. Most would just not show up: Surprise! You are now mandated. The pay is in the lower 2% of other similar facilities and positions. The 2 corporate reps assigned to this building were either very condescending or very sarcastic and rude. They are so tight-fisted they would not even provide plastic eating utensils for the staff lunch room. Staff was frequently told "there's a light at the end of the tunnel. news for you folks! It's a freight train coming on fast. GET OFF THE TRACKS! There were at least 2 narcotic diversion incidents in the few months that I worked for them. There was carpet in the facility I worked in. Nasty! No way to keep that clean or free from odors. The walls had chinks of plaster knocked out. Haven't painted the walls in years. Plumbing not in good repair. Roof leaks, windows don't open.Staf has to provide their own thermometers, b/p cuffs, stethoscopes and pens. The facility's equipment either didn't work or they did not supply. This nurse asked that the policy and procedure manuals be put on the computer desktop because the hard copy was locked up in the DON's office where staff had no access to, but by-golly you were held responsible to follow them. It never happened. One nurse worked there for 18 months and never did get her "employer provided uniforms"

    Advice to Management

    Get a clue: if you want to turn the reputation of your building around, attract residents and actually turn a profit, you need to change the image of this facility. Invest in the maintenance of the appearance of the building. At the same time,INVEST in maintaining staff satisfaction. Competitive pay would be a good start. One nurse had been there for 7 years without one raise in pay. The position I took after leaving ypur employ was $5/hr difference and THIS pay was was merely the usual and customary for a SNF in this region. You invest in pre-employment physicals, TB skin tests, criminal background checks, hepatitis B series. Granted,you don't invest a whole lot in your orientation but that only guarantees lost, frustrated employees, physicians,families and residents. And you wonder why good staff leaves and the only nurses you attract are bottom of the barrel employees who have burned bridges with all other employers in the vicinity and have no other options. I took the job at this facility because I had worked with the administrator in the past and knew she was a miracle worker in turning around troubled buildings. It was disappointing to watch the corporate reps tie her hands behind her back and she was not allowed to implement any solutions. After a few months of this she had a belly full of it and left. I wasn't too far behind her.

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