Patients Care Technician (Former Employee) – Bethesda, MD – 31 August 2017
•Keep records of food intake, liquid output, and vital signs. May collect samples of bodily fluids. •Observe and report changes in patients' emotions or alertness. •Move patients by wheelchair or gurney, Sterilize equipment and supplies. •Follow principles of infection control and Universal Precautions
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Davenport, IA – 14 November 2017
I enjoy working for this company, and have for several of years now. I love the fact that you pretty much pick and choose when and where you'd like to work. Most of the facilities I've worked had very nice staff which made it comfortable to do the job I was there to do. It's a win win.
Work environment was faced paced & caution foucused. There was a lot of hands on patient care as well as documentation. Actively working by the side of a registered nurse and reporting to charge nurse.
1 hour break split during your shift
Body may need time to adjust to changes of frequently moving.
Medical assistant (Current Employee) – Lansing, MI – 18 October 2017
This is a staffing agency where I am working through Spectrum Health doing Biometric screenings on employees for priority health insurance. Basic duties include height, weight, waist measurement, finger poke for glucose and a lipid panel.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Scranton, PA – 17 October 2017
Can't handle their responsibilities of staffing . Pay was always short. Had to keep calling constantly about pay, even out to main office in Florida . Show up for a shift and was not even on the schedule, happened numerous times
Great job, flexible schedule. Pay was great too. I worked for this company while I was in school. It provided me flexibility with a higher compensation rate than what I would have been given in a permanent position.
My job location varied from day to day. I traveled daily to different cities and different types of jobs. I had no benefits. I enjoyed and gained different knowledge while working for the company, but I need reliable schedule.
Over read Nurse (Former Employee) – Skillman, NJ – 2 October 2017
Start work between 8:00am to 9;00am to 4o or 5 pm ,going to the assigned office for the medical record charts abstraction, i learn to productive work with different office managers and different computers systerm, the hard part of the job is when the office medical record system is not organized, the enjoyble part is everyday you learn new thing.
School Nurse (Former Employee) – SDOL – 1 October 2017
Over all given hours I needed to keep me busy enough when I was furthering my education and moving up in the business world. It allow me to try a different area of work experience to see where I need to further my education and training.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – 25 September 2017
One thing I do not like about the position is if you try and get another job, it is really difficult to use this company as a reference. They do observe you working with other peers, or patients. Paychecks are not always on time. However there is usually always a position open to work with someones schedule.
Staffing Manager (Former Employee) – Oakbrook Terrace, IL – 22 September 2017
Same as the Cross Country review Poor communication and buying up companies that prove to be a loss.No thought of asking the front line workers who make the money for them what is working and what isnt