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Home Health Nurse Reviews
What is it like working as a Home Health Nurse?
Working at Interim is challenging and rewarding at times.
Home Health Nurse in Waterville:
Pros: I enjoy the drives and the dynamic types of patient care. I can also be pretty flexible with my schedule.
Cons: I have not seen a raise in 2.5 years despite my growth as a home health nurse.
Satisfying, fulfilling and appreciated.
Home Health Nurse in Escondido:
Pros: Personalization and interaction with patients
Cons: Commuting to and from work
Home health understaffed or poorly managed.
Home Health Nurse in Laguna Niguel:
Pros: I love home health and working especially with complicated pediatric cases. I enjoy giving the parents peace of mind and respite care while I care for their loved one.
Cons: My agency makes me call, follow up, drop bye, text and almost bug to death for another shift if my full time patient is away.
Home Health Nurse in Madison:
Pros: Flexible hours, self-scheduling, laid back, stress free, great patients and families
Cons: No room to move up, no medical benefits
Home Health Nurse in Port St. Lucie:
Stay as far away as you can from this company. There is a reason why this company is always looking for nurses. We are treated extremely worse than an animal going to a slaughter house. There is no consideration for what a nurse has to do to get the job done, especially the difficult cases. They just keep asking more and more out of you with no appreciation or feed back. There is no support for the nurse when there is a problem. If you ask for guidance, you are made to feel incompetent. Stay away. Don't waste your time. I also work at another agency and the terrible reports I hear from my patients regarding vna makes me cringe and embarrassed. Again, stay away. They are not worth your time and hard work. Your better than they are. They don't deserve you.
Home Health Nurse in Pooler:
Pros: Taking care of my patients in their home. Being able to educate and take my time doing it.
Cons: When patients don't answer their phones when they are supposedly homebound. Not being able to get ahold of doctors offices.
Love working with my clients.
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