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We provide home health services to patients in Houston and the surrounding areas. We are a d and certified agency with Medicare and Medicaid.
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Ratings by category Clear. Sort by Helpfulness Rating Date. Language English Any. Found 69 reviews matching the search See all reviews. What people like. Areas for improvement. Yes No. Indeed Featured review The most useful review selected by Indeed. I was there 25 years and saw a lot of changes.
We went from a team of 12 to 3 nurses. Although MH is never a big money maker, the director knew it was important, and kept us intact. All of us were certified. Love of the patients and team, the flexibility of the MH job, and the autonomy of the position kept me there. It was a great job as I was raising a family. There was some competition for visits as we transitioned from salary to per diem. There were hours of work to be done at home every night, especially as we computerized and dealt with more and more Medicare regulations. Less and less MH visits available, and no desire to pick up medical visits, is what made me leave.
Pros Flexibility and Autonomy. Loved VNA but hard work! Cons Long days driving then documenting at night. Was this review helpful? Report Share. You will never get a raise.
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The benefits honestly suck and there is no training at all whatsoever and you pretty much have to learn by messing up and then getting talked down to or belittled. Pros Worked with a cool group of people. Cons Everything else. Great place to work but alot of miscommunications with the staff not professional they should take the time to listen to their employees rather then assume things.
Pros Compensation for tolls and milege. Cons Healthcare is too expensive. BAD: very toxic environment to work in. Pros benefits. Cons no work life balance, work expectations unrealistic, no support from management, even though non-profit very money driven not interested in good patient care.
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When I ed this company, it seemed good. Management changes work environment went down hill. All promise were just gone, raisesmoving to a closer office to my home. The big one was 90 days before insurance started. People left the company around 2 a week.
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I was hired with 3 other RN and one lady quickly, myself and the other RN stick it out. They hired about 30 plus nurses over the next few months, no one stay. Just us 2. Pros Was able to schedule my day to see my child play softball. Cons Worked a lot of hours at home.
Would you rate your company five stars? Rate your employer to help people make better career decisions. The work culture is appalling. The company regularly asks for you to donate money back into their programs in the name Of charity. At one point the entire system for charting collapsed and there was not a back up system in place.
There is too much patient risk and antiquated process. I ran for the hills. Great place to work. Decent pay. Good management. No work life balance at all they expect you to travel a lot of miles for a high productivity point and if you do not need it during the week you work the weekend for nothing. VNA works you 12 days in a row giving you two days off only, its mandatory.
Pay is minimal wage for Aides. You do not get 40 hours scheduled. You will wear out your vehicle and burn alot of gas.
You have no insurance or paid days off. Holidays are worked. Clients control you, you do as they say or they call you in and complain, then you go to the office for a talk and find out how wrong you are no matter what you do or say. The Management does not stand up for you, only for the client because they get money from their Medicaid or Medicare. I would only recommend if desperate.
Fun Work Place Not a lot of opportunity for advancement. Benefits seem to be average or even slightly below average. Management does not all seem to be on the same .
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Jobs at Visiting Nurse Association. FT- Home Care Aide. FT- Homemaker. PT- Physical Therapist. PT- Speech Therapist. The company I work for, the job was easy and very comfortable, I like working with the different clients because it help me to understand more about myself as well as them, the paid wasn't what it should be for all that I had to do.
The benefits at that time wasn't good. Yes There are 1 helpful reviews 1 No. I worked for the VNA for 15 years. You could not move around in the company at all unless you were a favorite.