I have a broad range of nursing experience, and have found my job as a home care nurse the most fulfilling as well as draining job ever. I left the field work after a lot of drastic changes in the agency. I stayed in case management, and am working for an insurance company doing telephonic case management.
I have an opportunity to interview for a position with Gentiva, for Manager of Clinical Practice. It is a team-lead sort of position. I have held several jobs in many areas in my 10 years as a nurse and I think every job has helped me with the jobs that came after it. I got a good endorsement from a previous supervisor (who now works at Gentiva).
I would like to see if anyone has worked with Gentiva on a management level, and share their experience? I can tell you in my current case management job, I am staying because I am getting paid the most I've made. But on some level, I feel like I've settled....
Jul 9, '11
"I dont know where you are from but Interim is nation wide and they are a great company to work for. I work in the office while I got to school and I love it. Its my career and dream job and after I finish nursing school I plan on transitioning over to the nursing side of the company. I really think they are a great place to work for, the people are amazing. I am not sure what the benefits or wages for the nurses are but I do know that we have some of the most amazing nurses and they seem very happy with their employment. If you dont choose Gentiva you can always look in and see if you have an Interim in your area."
Does Interim hire new grads or are you a nurse already? The reason I ask is because I have been out of bedside nursing for awhile and have never done HH. I am thinking of taking a RN refresher course at a very respected University and wondering if that could be a place I could look into. I cannot find a job!! Most of my experience is OB/GYN/L&D/Nursery and office nursing with some Dementia facility in there
. I currently work for a senior care company as a caregiver in a client's home. thanks for any input.
Last edit by DSkelton711 on Jul 9, '11
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