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Heartland Hospice Reviews
Office Manager in Davenport:
Pay is not good for the amount of work required. I haven’t had a vacation in 3 years, insurance is expensive and not that good. Always more work to do never enough time to do it all. Training is minimal and then being told to reference a manual. Corporate employees treat agency workers like crap and no one cares.
The work is rewarding.
Bereavement Coordinator, Hospice/ Home Care in Simpsonville:
Pros: The work with patients and families and my coworkers.
Cons: Indecisiveness of leadership at times and ineffective lines of communication.
Hospice Registered Nurse (RN) in Reading:
Pros: Providing pain relief and a peaceful environmental for a patient’s final memories
Cons: Time restrictions and Patient family drama
Manages best comfort and joy til the end of time for patient group.
Nurse Case Manager in Milwaukee:
Pros: Autonomy and support availability
Cons: So much charting it is my world
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