Deseret Health Group

  www.deserethealth.com
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30+ days ago

MDS Coordinator

Deseret Health Group Salt Lake City, UT

Looking for an experienced MDS coordinator to fill a fulltime position at Deseret Healthcare. Join a team of caring individuals who value experience… Deseret Health Group


30+ days ago

Director of Nursing

Deseret Health Group Pratt, KS

Director of Nursing needed. DON is responsible for planning, directing and evaluating activities of the nursing department. Knowledge of current… Deseret Health Group


30+ days ago

Maintenance Director

Deseret Health Group Yates Center, KS

Qualified indiciduals may make application at 801 S. Fry, Yates Center, KS 66783 ATTN: Nikki… Deseret Health Group


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    Abuse and fraud

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    Current Employee - Nursing  in  Sandy, UT
    Current Employee - Nursing in Sandy, UT

    I have been working at Deseret Health Group for more than 5 years

    Pros

    I work at a nursing home that's census has dropped by half since this company bought it from Kindred Healthcare. The only pros of my workplace is the facility itself. Deseret has no care for its employees or the people who pay outrageous amounts of money to live there.

    Cons

    They tried to cut our pay the first month they took over. When everyone got upset, they cut the weekend and night differentials instead because less people would be affected. They understaff the facility and lie to families about it. They say we're actually overstaffed at our meetings, but yet hire more people who quit after a month because it is so hard. The company has been busted for tax embezzlement in the past and just change their name. They tell us to lie to state inspectors and answer their questions with only "yes or no" rather than telling them any of the truth. We are currently under investigation for neglect and may potentially close down. I feel like they have only bought this building to milk it for any medicaid grants it can use to turn a profit for their other buildings. There is no way things could be this bad if they were even remotely trying. Oh and it's really fun to have your check bounce when you go to cash it. This is a fairly common occurrance.

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    At least offer annual raises. Why stay working for a company like this??? I wish you guys knew what it was like to do this type of work and make minimum wage, have crap benefits, and hurt your body from being so completely overworked.

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