- 5.0Apr 26, 2023
Great place to workCertified Nursing Assistant CNACurrent Employee, more than 5 years
Have hours to work and flexible.
Company pay is lower that other employers.
- 5.0Nov 12, 2022NURSING MANAGER/SUPERVISORCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsBaltimore, MD
I love the staff that have stayed dedicated
Understaffed, old building and too many agencies
- 1.0Sep 16, 2023Certified Nursing Assistant CNACurrent Employee, less than 1 yearAlbuquerque, NM
You get to meet beautiful, elderly people and listen to their amazing stories. Elderly people are like a library we can learn so much from them.
Tragically I experienced & witnessed firsthand the appalling behavior of not only the nursing staff at this medical facility, but also all management. The level of rudeness and disrespect displayed towards the Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) was absolutely horrendous and completely unprofessional. From the moment I walked through the doors, it was evident that the nurses & management had an atmosphere of superiority and entitlement. They treate the CNAs as if they were beneath them, belittling their contributions and undermining their skills and abilities. It's truly disheartening to witness such blatant disrespect in a healthcare setting. The nurses consistently fail to communicate effectively with the CNAs, often leaving them in the dark about important patient care information. Instead of providing clear instructions and guidance, they dismiss the CNAs' concerns and brush off their questions, creating an environment of confusion and frustration. Furthermore, the nurses frequently engaged in condescending and derogatory remarks towards the CNAs. They openly criticize our work in front of patients and other staff members, undermining our confidence and creating a hostile work environment. It's evident that these nurses have no regard for the invaluable role that CNAs play in patient care. What was particularly distressing the lack of empathy and compassion displayed by management, and nurses. They seemed to have forgotten that their primary duty is to provide care and support to patients, yet they treat the CNAs as mere disposable assets. This level of callousness is deeply concerning.