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15 days ago

Licensed Practical Nurse PRN - Senior Home Care

Kindred Healthcare Ormond Beach, FL

The Licensed Practical Vocational Nurse / LPN / LVN's primary function is to administer skilled nursing care to patients in their place of residence… Kindred Healthcare


25 days ago

Psychiatric Registered Nurse PRN - Senior Home Care

Kindred Healthcare Ormond Beach, FL

The Psychiatric RN shall furnish services, including psychiatric evaluation and therapy, in accordance with the Nurse Practice Act, federal, state… Kindred Healthcare


17 days ago

Registered Nurse PRN - Senior Home Care

Kindred Healthcare Ormond Beach, FL

Primary functions of the Registered Nurse are to administer skilled nursing care for clients of all ages in their place of residence, coordinate care… Kindred Healthcare


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Kindred Healthcare President, CEO, and Director Paul J. Diaz
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    I am probably happier here than I have been elsewhere in all my 16 years as a nurse. No place is perfect.

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    Current Employee - RN, BSN Per Diem
    Current Employee - RN, BSN Per Diem

    I have been working at Kindred Healthcare for more than a year

    Pros

    I enjoy the autonomy, per-diem pay, and self-scheduling that the job has to offer.

    Cons

    I work per diem because they would not give me pay experience for my 8 years as a LPN since they were not hiring LPNs at the time.

    We do not receive holiday parties, holiday presents, or any sort of rewards.

    I often get pulled to ICU. Dispite the fact that I have asked repetedy for an orientation to ICU, I have never received one.

    There is a lack of accountability for lateness to work. This causes me to start my shift and end my shift on time. It seems to be an epidemic.

    I often do not get to take a break due to high accuity of patients and large patient loads. One Supervisor questioned me when I asked her to sign my missed meal form, "Other nurses are able to take a break...Why can't you?" Funny when the Supervisors do not help you when they know you are drowning.

    The admission process is ridicuously long.... the nurses generally enter the med rec in a two step process: discharge meds and admission meds. It is quite tedious.

    The aids are so lazy. You can not count on them to take your vital signs and accuchecks on time. Forget about them telling you if anything is not WNL. They do not seem to know or care. You often feel like you do not have an aid. You must come with the mind set that you can only count on you. This way you won't get upset or feel let down.

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    Please hold the CNAs accountable for their job requirements, make the nurses accountable for clocking in on time, mandate fair nurse to patient ratios, provide nurses with the ability to take a break, require supervisors to assist nurses when they are in need of help, mandate that nurses must receive ICU experience before they can work in ICU, and give RNs pay expereince for years worked as a LPN.

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