Patient Care Assistant (PCA) Reviews

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Based on 339 responses, the job of Patient Care Assistant (PCA) has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.88 out of 5. On average, Patient Care Assistant (PCA)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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January 2019
Patient Care Assistant (PCA):
Good place to gain experience and also skills, mixture of cultures in patients and staff that's what makes community awesome. Pay isnt the best but you can easily do overtime and thats where the pay check looks better. Great benefits and affordable, plus you can get discounts from certain places if you are a Community employee.
January 2019
"Close to home, traffic."
Patient Care Assistant (PCA) in Indianapolis:
Pros: close to home, new friendships
Cons: traffic
January 2019
"Good salary."
Patient Care Assistant (PCA) in Tokyo:
Pros: I'm net yet starting working in tokyio but if I have a chance I think working in Tokyo make
Cons: More benefits and acquired more.knowledge and ideas
December 2015
"Enjoy what you do, do what you enjoy to do."
Patient Care Assistant (PCA):
Go in with a smile always be prepared to learn new things.
January 2019
"Rewarding challenging."
Patient Care Assistant (PCA) in Newburyport:
Pros: Freedom to do my work.
Cons: Difficult patients no training or conversation about how to care for them.
February 2019
"Way they would treat individual employees."
Patient Care Assistant (PCA) in Glasgow:
That they expected to do an svq 3 in care in the first three year of employment if not done all ready.
February 2019
"Rewarding."
Patient Care Assistant (PCA) in Northampton:
Pros: Making a small difference
Cons: Not enough time to make more small differences