- 0Mar 22, '10 by tainted1972I went to interim health care today to what I thought was an Interview. they had me take a test and sign some forms.They did not ask me any questions, I am a new LPN so i will be doing some mentor-ship program. orientation is next week. The pay is horrible, but its not like i have any other offers so i am taking it until something better comes along.
anyway.. does anyone know anything about this??
- 0May 8, '10 by gerotinaJust wondering how it worked out for you with Interim Health Care. I have been seriously considering home care nursing. Other nurses have warned me about other homecare agencies to stay far away from, but I have not heard anything negative about Interim. Do they treat their nurses good? Do they have a steady case work load?
- 0Jun 1, '10 by willow86i don't know about the rn or lpn work at interim, but i worked there as both agency and home health aide (stna). it was ok when i worked agency, but the home health sucked. i often left my house at 6:30 in the morning not to return until 10, 11 at night but not logging more than six maybe seven hours of "paid time". i only did it one month but i spent more in gas that month than i actually made (before they took taxes out). i urge you to look into any agency positions they have or patients that you will be at their house for more than just an hour or two.