Visiting Nurse Association Omaha - can be very stressful and demanding on time. be prepared to devote a couple of hours every evening on paperwork | Glassdoor
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"can be very stressful and demanding on time. be prepared to devote a couple of hours every evening on paperwork"

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Current Employee - Staff Nurse in Elkton, MD
Current Employee - Staff Nurse in Elkton, MD

Pros

flexibility
ability to work from home

Cons

being on call
amount of paperwork

Other Employee Reviews for Visiting Nurse Association Omaha

  1. "Be prepared to commit ti the VNA consuming your life!"

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    Current Employee - RN Full Time in Hyannis, MA
    Current Employee - RN Full Time in Hyannis, MA
    Doesn't Recommend

    Pros

    Salary is competitive and benefits for full time employees are substantial

    Cons

    Be prepared to work to the bone and to not be appreciated by management!

    Advice to Management

    Lessen the work load and give more praise to employees!


  2. Helpful (1)

    "If you are looking for micromanagement and spending all your time working then this is the place"

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    Former Employee - I Hated IT
    Former Employee - I Hated IT
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook

    Pros

    free ice cream on occasion

    Cons

    micromanagement, long, drawn out, over done and ridiculous orientation. Depends on who your manager is. Terrible computer system. Timed charting. No independance. Home health is not supposed to be micromanaged, they are overly insisting the clinitions attend stupid inservices over and over. Pretty much a 12-14 hour day.

    Advice to Management

    Assist with lab values, notifying MD’s, notifying patients, finding ways to help the clinition instead of spending the whole day chatting and auditing charts staring at the computer into space. Jump in and assist with daily needs, allow some freedom of the RN taking care of the patients, don’t sit and micromanage the whole day. Give some room to people, don’t be so stuffy.

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