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Nurse Case Manager – new

Homestead Hospice Covington, GA

• Responsible for the day-to-day visit schedule, meeting the approved visit frequency • Maintains a nursing service philosophy and related rules… CareerBuilder

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    Former Employee - Nurse in Cartersville, GA
    Former Employee - Nurse in Cartersville, GA

    I worked at Homestead Hospice


    The patients and families made the experience worth the time spent. Met incredibly talented and dedicated staff in the clinical setting that really do care.


    I worked for this company for a very brief time and there is a thread of passive-aggressiveness in this company and down right abuse. All of the clinical managers are over-worked while the Director is never anywhere to be seen. There are no boundaries acknowledged and those that formulate boundaries are looked down upon or harassed. The managers will only communicate via text message and when attempts made to reach them for clarification, they do not answer. However, if they call you and you are unable to take the call, verbally abusive voicemails arrive. They will send clinical staff all over the map. Put 25,000 miles on my car in 6 months. Staff are unhappy. Managers will redirect staff from one direction to another just to suit their immediate needs with no regard to a waiting and expecting patient and family member. The patients and families receive little in instruction on the hospice/palliative care process and the managers compensate by sending a nurse out every time the family member calls no matter the reason. So the clinical staff are over-used and abused. There is no personal freedom within this company. When you sign on, they own you. Salary/ pay is the lowest of the industry.

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    Priorities should be organizing clinical staff to meet patient needs in a timely manner. The micromanaging and abusive tactics are counterproductive to any positive outcome. Clinical staff are the eyes and ears of patients and families so listen to what your staff has to say about matters and allow the freedom of professional decision making in place of dictation and control of micro-managing.

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