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Life Choice Hospice Employee Reviews

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Working with People and helping them.
Chaplain Resident (Current Employee), Dresher, PAOctober 26, 2014
Pros: working with people
Cons: time management and stress
My days are never the same, as there are always Patients that may need an unscheduled visit or the Office will need to redirect my scheduled visits for a situation or assigned task that needs my attention. I work Monday through Friday, and have On-Call responsibilities that involve 4 weeks per year, covering the evenings from 5pm-8:30am the following – more... day, and am On-Call the entire weekend of that week.

Management does a good job of making sure the employees are not being overwhelmed, and yet keep us focused on the main goal of our Company, Patient Care and Support for the Patients and their Families.

I have learned how to balance my time while making sure the responsibility of providing excellent care/support for our Clients is maintained. The hardest part of my job is the emotional drain it places on all of the employees. Caring for dying Patients as a Hospice Chaplain is a burden and a privilege.

The most enjoyable part of my job is spending time w/the people I am called to minister to. Regardless of the issues and outcome of the "journey", I am always the beneficiary of the Family's and Patient's impact on my life, and I am the better for it. – less
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Great Work Experience
Staff Accountant (Current Employee), Greenwood, ARApril 20, 2014
Great work experience
No longer in business
Nice people
Friendly atmosphere
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Loved the patients and families I was humbled to serve.
Pastoral Care Counselor (Former Employee), Hamburg, PAFebruary 22, 2014
Pros: loved the work
Cons: census dropped and i was laid off
My position as Chaplain was a ministry to companion patients and their loved ones on their final journey here on earth and offer spiritual care and support. I was honored to walk beside them at such a difficult time. My teammates were the most compassionate, loving people I have ever met. The management team at our local office was also exceptional.
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WORST HOSPICE COMPANY EVER!!!
CNA (Former Employee), Dresher, PaFebruary 16, 2014
Pros: none. not even a gift certificate during the holidays!
Cons: too many for you to read right now.
Having many years experience as a CNA in different areas of healthcare including Hospice, I have never worked for a worse company. Employees are undervalued and underpaid. Benefits are extremely expensive. Management is quick to discipline, but never commend you on a job well done. If you want to be an act in a circus, then Lifechoice is the company – more... for you. – less
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No support from above. Long hours and unpaid overtime are expected.
Nurse (Former Employee), AlabamaDecember 10, 2013
Cons: insurance, support, culture
Almost no orientation. Few doctors and hospitals accept their insurance. Expect to be pressured to admit patients regardless of appropriateness. A "bottom-line" company.
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Growing work place environment
Office Manager (Former Employee), Manasquan, NJNovember 14, 2013
Pros: wonderful people
Cons: stress
The culture at LCH is very nurturing and compassionate. The company is currently in a growing spurt and so along with the growth comes some pains. If I was a younger part of the work force I would have stayed for years. However, being eligible for retirement, the growth issues were no longer attractive to me.
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wonderful
Certified Nursing Assistant/Hospice Aide (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PANovember 12, 2013
Very Establish Company and cares about their employees and provide care and comfort to our patients
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Not a great place to work
Aide (Current Employee), Willingboro, NJOctober 18, 2013
Pros: good location
Cons: all the above
Life Choice Hospice is not a great place to work because of its culture, management, and lack of work/life balance. The employees work very hard, but are undervalued. The benefits are too expensive and you have put 10-30 days notice to get a day off.
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horrible experience with upper management and HR.
Nurse (Former Employee), GeorgiaSeptember 15, 2013
Headaches abound and they don't care about their staff. Questions aren't answered honestly.
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Having a heart.
RN/CASE MANAGER (Current Employee), River Edge, NJApril 5, 2013
Making a difference at end of life, bringing dignity and compassion.
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Very generous company, lunches always provided at meetings.
Certified Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aid (Former Employee), Willingboro, NJApril 2, 2013
Pros: family oriented environment
Cons: no room for advancement
A typical workday included travel,customer service,and quality care given to residents. I learned to multitask and to function in a hospice setting. Management was profesional yet friendly. A bond was created amongst co-workers almost immediately. The most challenging part of the job was traveling and keeping appointments in a timely manner. The most – more... enjoyable part of the job was the appreciation of the residents and family members of your services. – less