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Colorado Visiting Nurse Association Overview

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Denver, CO
201 to 500 employees
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Founded in 1889, The Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is Colorado's oldest and largest Home healthcare company. We are a non-profit that takes pride in providing expert patient care while taking care of our community as well. Our company is proud to hold a ... Read more

Mission: Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is committed to a continuum of health care in the home and community supporting optimal well-being, independence and dignity.

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Be a Colorado leader in advanced health care delivery and outcomes in ... Read more

Colorado Visiting Nurse Association Reviews

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  • "Small territories, great education team"

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    I have been working at Colorado Visiting Nurse Association full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    Large agency so you don't have to drive as far, 5 territories. Great support from managers, clinical educators, and CWOCNs. Education is encouraged at this agency, educators and CWOCNs are available for co visits. High volume of patients, so I can usually work more if I want to make more money.

    Cons

    Processes change a lot, it's hard to keep up with. More charting than will previous agency. This agency has a high standard of care which I love, but also means working a little harder.

    Advice to Management

    Involve the field staff more in desicion making when it involves them. There are changes that get made without consideration of how field staff will be effected. Changes that could potentially force nurses to change jobs because of pay. More time being spent doing admissions or case management- less time for visits- less compensation.

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Colorado Visiting Nurse Association Photos

Colorado Visiting Nurse Association photo of: Kathy and Judy at the 2015 Lakewood Older Adults Wellness Fair
Colorado Visiting Nurse Association photo of: Community Services Booth
Colorado Visiting Nurse Association photo of: Community events are important to the VNA
Colorado Visiting Nurse Association photo of: Blankets made by our volunteers for our patients
Colorado Visiting Nurse Association photo of: Paraprofessional Appreciation Event
Colorado Visiting Nurse Association photo of: Fey, on the left, has been working as a PCW at the VNA for 45 years!
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Colorado Visiting Nurse Association Interviews

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    I though the woman in charge was loud and aggressive towards her staff. I heard her yelling at them as I left. I wouldn't work for her for anything.

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