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Do you have a workday ritual? What does starting your day look like? For me, my day doesn't go quite as well unless I have time for my morning organization and room checks. I setup each room for the next patient. I pickup and put away any extra supplies...cluttered rooms/desks bother me.
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- "Poor management of staff by DON and Administrator." (in 12 reviews)
- "I worked there for six months and they never completed my training." (in 6 reviews)
- "Long hours with little appreciation in the end." (in 5 reviews)
- "Inappropriate staffing ratios that based care on numbers, not acuity; keeping residents in house when they needed to be evaluated in a hospital setting to receive appropriate care; removing new staff (nurses and CNA's) from orientation status too quickly to cover staffing problems; accepting inappropriate admissions because of low census; upper management that are more concerned with redecorating the facility than in much needed equipment." (in 4 reviews)
- "Blatant favoritism." (in 4 reviews)
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- 1.0Feb 24, 2011Licensed Practical NurseFormer EmployeePulaski, VA
Competitive pay for the area Co-workers who work as a team in spite of challenges in staffing
All management positions filled by a clique of "best friends". No recognition for employee loyalty to the company prior to new management arrival. Management decisions openly based on minimal staffing possible with maximum nursing responsibility. Pressure from management to keep residents in-house even though there is little to no emergency management equipment available, or time for adequate nursing assessment for the sickest residents. Inadequate orientation to vital aspects of the job.2
- 5.0Feb 26, 2015Discharge Planning AssistantCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearCulpeper, VA
Great training and a great place to learn and develop a skill that is your true calling. If you are sure that healthcare and specifically for me Social Work is what you are best in then Medical Facilities of America is where you want to be. I've enjoyed competitive pay and solid work hours with flexibility that works with my family schedule. Great job for a mother. Happy co-workers that respect you for what you do and a supervisor that recognizes a job well done. Long and short term care residents that express true joy when interacting with someone who cares.
Unfortunately healthcare has its ups and downs with the necessary declines that occur among residents. Also, arranging discharges with families that may not understand or be ready to come to terms with a declining family member or helping them make the transition to 24 hr care, however, I also like this part of my job because I enjoy helping people learn and make the necessary adjustments and changes as they take place.1