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- "Poor management and organization skills." (in 13 reviews)
- "Extensive training which pays off because now I am better equipped to perform my job duties and support our center employees and residents." (in 6 reviews)
- "Blatant favoritism." (in 4 reviews)
- "Long hours with little appreciation in the end." (in 4 reviews)
- "PTO is never given." (in 3 reviews)
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- 1.0Aug 11, 2016Licensed Practical Nurse Charge NurseFormer Employee
Skilled care, so you exercise the gamete of nursing skills. Benefits and salary are mediocre and not worth the amount of work/liability.
Managements does not hold nurses accountable for breaking the law, not providing patient care, or breaking company rules. There is NO team work, nursing relief are ditzy, clique, constantly late, full of attitude and HUGE HIPAA violators, Extremely high turnover (no one seems to know company protocol including long time employees), all employees disparage this company daily, write ups for not completing 15 mandatory company assigned CE credits every month, extremely long hours because too many tasks/patients/redundant paperwork/ and mandated CE & mandatory modules are required in a day, cases that are too advanced to handle when constantly short staffed. I felt like my license was in jeopardy daily due to the work load and other nurses short cuts (daily malpractice and negligence) .1Medical Facilities of America Response7y
Thank you for this feedback. We are very sorry to hear of your negative experience. We take the concerns that you mentioned very seriously and will share them with our leadership team.
- 1.0Jan 26, 2021Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, less than 1 yearRichmond, VA
Good coworkers who have to support each other in a tough environment since there is no other support to turn to
HEAVY work load, no support for staff, extremely high turnover, low staffing, HIGH patient:staff ratios, terrible management. poor patient care due to inadequate leadership, poor training, and low wages. POOR quality administration, HR, Nursing Leadership, and educators.