Children's Home Healthcare Dallas Reviews
46% would recommend to a friend
(12 total reviews)
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Updated Jul 19, 2023
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- 5.0Feb 7, 2021Registered NurseCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearDallas, TX
They really have the nurses back, and are great at pairing nurses with clients
Salary could be more competitive
- 2.0Jul 19, 2023Payroll SpecialistFormer EmployeeRichardson, TX
They don’t really micromanage as long as you do your work.
No room to advance. Low payChildren's Home Healthcare Response5mo
Thank you for sharing your feedback about your experience with CHH. We value your input and take your concerns seriously. We apologize for any perception of limited advancement opportunities and low pay. We are continuously striving to improve and offer a dynamic work environment that promotes learning and growth for all our employees. Your feedback will be instrumental in our efforts to make positive changes and ensure a more rewarding experience for everyone on our team. We always encourage our employees to discuss their career goals with us so we can explore potential paths for advancement.
- 3.0Feb 26, 2023LVNFormer EmployeeRichardson, TX
You can make your own schedule
The office staff at times was unprofessionalChildren's Home Healthcare Response10mo
We appreciate your review and your feedback. We apologize that you did not always have a professional experience with our office staff, as we strive to promote professionalism at our agency. We will make sure to further improve this experience for our field staff.
- 3.0Jun 19, 2021Registered NurseCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearDallas, TX
Nice staff, always have open cases, work well with your schedule
PTO is just as good as nonexistent, not much room to earn a raiseChildren's Home Healthcare Response3y
We appreciate your feedback. Our PTO accrual is based off of longevity of employment. The longer you are an employee of CHH the more PTO you can accrue.
- 5.0Nov 17, 2015LVN Field NurseCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsDallas, TX
Office staff is personable and attempts to accommodate nursing staff as well as patients and families to the best of their ability.
This is not a reflection of CHH and is not confined to this company, but is universal from one agency to another.......although each nurse has autonomy, the need for teamwork in any given patient's home is huge. Our patients and families, as well as the nurses staffing a home, all benefit greatly when everyone is on board with the care given to the patient, the case in general, i.e. making sure supplies are in home timely and utilized wisely, and cooperating and with one another for the ultimate good of the patient. Communication is key between nursing staff for the best outcome for the patients and their families. It pays to be friendly. .....3
- 5.0Oct 4, 2016RN Staff NurseCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearRichardson, TX
I have been a nurse since 1995 and have spent a majority of my career in Home Health. There are many nursing agencies that care, and give good care. Very few agencies look after the nurses who are providing the care of these medically fragile children. Children's Home Healthcare offers Aflac, employee insurance, paid time off, and a very competitive pay rate. The nurses I have worked with are bright, well educated, and take excellent care of their patients. Staffing is diligent in finding nurses to cover open shifts. I am pleased with the care that they give to the patient's, their families, and staff. Rachel J. RN
None really, most cons apply to any home health job.5
- 4.0Nov 16, 2015LVNCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearRoanoke, TX
This company really takes care of their nurses. If I need anything for my assignment, ANYTHING, they get it to me. Even pens! The pay is competitive, and is every 2 weeks with direct deposit. This is a great home health company to work for. The office is far from my location, (68 miles one way) but I only have to drive there twice a year, so it's not bad. Everything else is done via email, and snail-mail. I'm so glad I work here.
office location is far from my home3
- 5.0Feb 21, 2016LVNCurrent EmployeeDallas, TX
Some of the advantages of working for this company is that you have staff who actually listens. Every time that I have had a question and/or concern, I have had the pleasure of being listened to and followed up with. I have only been an employee for less than a year and I would highly recommend this company. They care about the patient's needs as well.
I have not experienced anything negative.1
- 5.0Nov 3, 2015Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsDallas, TX
I have enjoyed working with Children's Home Healthcare for the last 5 years. The office staff in all locations truly care about their patients and all the field staff.
The home health care industry can be stressful at times.3