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Home Health Nurse Reviews
Home Health Nurse in Norwalk:
They give you your own work phone and ipad to start with. They promise to listen to your concerns but they usually end up telling you thats what you are being paid for. Stressful management at times and you feel constantly alone or rushed. Benefits HMO only so you’re stuck waiting for approval for months at a time. Pay is adequate but I feel like we work more hours being unpaid than being paid. Very little downtime/ personal life balance because you are constantly playing catch up or get calls even on your day off. They give you mileage but its not enough. They make you order supplies and have it delivered to your door expecting you to stock up your home/ studio/ 1 br apartment. My house is overrun by home health supplies. Not enough safety measures in place. So many meetings. Again, I feel like there is very little to no personal life balance with this one but the pay is adequate.
Easy job with no advancement opportunities.
Home Health Nurse in Chicago:
Pros: Slow paced
Cons: Limited interaction with coworkers. No job variety. No advancement opportunities.
Very rewarding, my management staff is superb.
Home Health Nurse in Bothell:
Pros: Working w geriatric patients
Cons: Driving my car in Seattle traffic
It's not a hospital.
Home Health Nurse:
Pros: I can set my own hours but I work around patients daily lives so if they are discharged at night I have to go admit them to our services.
Cons: Smelly houses, fleas, bed bugs... A lot of houses are gross and smell really bad. You can smell the house when you get to the door.
Keep focus on goal to assist client.
Home Health Nurse:
Take time to evaluate and organize.
Home Health Nurse in Indianapolis:
Pros: Autonomy, scheduling flexibility, hours availability, appreciation
Cons: Lack of better benefits
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