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What is it like working at Kindred Healthcare?

Loving, caring staff who focus on the care of our patients. We work as a team with each person being treated with respect. We respond to the special needs of patients who are going through the most difficult time of their lives.
Best of the best.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Pensacola:
Pros: Flexibility and appreciated
Cons: Stressors from outside sources/commute/high cost of health insurance
Physical Therapy Assistant in Orlando:
Pros: Able to schedule my own patients.
Cons: My pay. Paperwork
Working as a Chaplain for Kindred is Challenging and Fulfilling.
Chaplain in Richmond:
Pros: Relationships with patients and co-workers
Cons: Driving to patients
Making a difference from behind the wings.
Hospice Chaplain in Lubbock:
Pros: Building relationships, counseling and operating within a framework of both team and independent field work.
Cons: Poor salary with no further growth or earning potential.
Personal Care Attendant (PCA) in Brentwood:
This company has always been great to help and understand my needs in working with hours, clients and days. Staff is very professional and goes over and beyond the needs of management. Thank you kindred for all you do.
Cautiously Optimistic.
Clinical Nurse Manager in Hyannis:
Pros: Great coworkers
Cons: Expectations are unattainable

Most Popular Benefits at Kindred Healthcare

Retirement & Financial Benefits
Profit Sharing
401(k) Plan