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Physical Therapist - Ministry Home Care - Door County

Ministry Health Care Sturgeon Bay, WI

This is an opportunity to help patients achieve the best outcomes by providing physical therapy services in the comfort of their own home. This Home…

21 days ago

Physical Therapist - Ministry Home Care

Ministry Health Care Sturgeon Bay, WI

Ministry Home Care is looking to add a Physical Therapist to our Door County, WI team! This position is Full-Time and will work in the Door County… Glassdoor

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    Current Employee - Registered Nurse  in  Sturgeon Bay, WI
    Current Employee - Registered Nurse in Sturgeon Bay, WI

    I have been working at Ministry Health Care part-time for more than 3 years


    Local and available. I give great marks to their skilled nursing facility - thorough and fair orientation. Strong management team and very helpful with accommodating schedules and casual call status. Director of nursing very knowledgeable and involved with staff and patient care.


    VERY political, extremely poor orientation program within inpatient unit. Use a PBDS assessment testing format to "guide" the orientation process. During my orientation process I showed my preceptor the tool that I was given by the clinical educator and she said "I've never seen this before in my life". Very disorganized training, lots of inappropriate use of computers i.e. Facebook, Twitter, etc. Was new to the acute care environment and was placed between 4 different preceptors. Then was told my last day if working in the acute care unit that I had an "unacceptable" rating on my PBDS, this was the first I had heard of this since my hire 3 months prior! Via word of mouth I learned another new grad was placed from the ER into ICU that her orientation paperwork sat untouched in her mailbox for more than 3
    months. This ER employee was a new grad as well and was immediately placed into ER without having to had 2 years med surg experience. When I asked to move somewhere else they told me I needed 2 years med surg experience.

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    Use common sense when taking in a new employee--train them and give them the tools to help them be successful and do root cause analysis to figure out why someone is struggling rather than categorize them as a weak employee. Hire an inpatient manager that has more acute inpatient care experience than actual years as a nurse. Do not place labels on someone based on how much you "like them".

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