Endo to home health?

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    I used to work family practice, currently in endoscopy and I hate it. Interviewed today c a HH company. I think i will like it but need some feedback. Things i hate about endo:Early hours,Unstable work loads, Pts not suited for procedure are done anyway, Being stuck in a dark room all day, Being in room with a few of the awful docs, Micromanagement, Seeing so many Pts I can't remember their names from one min to the next. Thoughts?
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    Quote from iheartbabymamas
    I used to work family practice, currently in endoscopy and I hate it. Interviewed today c a HH company. I think i will like it but need some feedback. Things i hate about endo:Early hours,Unstable work loads, Pts not suited for procedure are done anyway, Being stuck in a dark room all day, Being in room with a few of the awful docs, Micromanagement, Seeing so many Pts I can't remember their names from one min to the next. Thoughts?
    You will love Home Health,make sure you find an agency willing to train you throughly,this will be the tough part. Many are looking for a warm body willing to do visits. there is much more to it than that.
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    Any red flags I should look for? What do per visit companies generally pay during orientation etc? I have heard some horror stories but I have good feeling about this company
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    I was offered $33 a visit prn, they pay half the rate for "admin time" in training on paper work classes, I am not sure if this is good or not, they claim I will get as many hrs as I want c an offer of full time at 3 mos. Is this okay??? I am in Colorado


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