Hospice Compassus

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30+ days ago

RN Case Manager

Hospice Compassus Gulfport, MS

), educational, and evaluative services to meet the needs of patients and their families. He/she helps the patient and family maintain their maximum… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Hospice Aide

Hospice Compassus Gulfport, MS

1. Supports agency and corporate policies, goals, and objectives. • Promotes a positive working relationship within agency. • Attends and… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Hospice Sales Liaison

Hospice Compassus Gulfport, MS

The Hospice Liaison will cover locations for Hospice Compassus throughout the state of Mississippi. This territory includes Gulfport, Hattiesburg… Glassdoor


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James A. Deal
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  1. 1 person found this helpful  

    Glad I left the area and took opportunity to work out of State

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    Former Employee - Hospice RN  in  Yuma, AZ
    Former Employee - Hospice RN in Yuma, AZ

    I worked at Hospice Compassus full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Working with great clinical co-workers. Caring for wonderful patients. Being a hospice nurse is very rewarding, but working for the right company matters.

    Cons

    Numbers, Numbers, Numbers! What about the patients and what about treating staff well? The company is a machine that churns up and spits out alot of dedicated employees who cannot handle the pressure and demands. Sales people have questionable ethics. Their focus is not lined up with clinical staffs focus.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Consider National standards for case load. Have managers that focus on care instead of running you down when you cannot keep up with outrageous caseloads. Corporate push for numbers over quality is discouraging.

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