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Hospice PRN in TX

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by SRWRN SRWRN (New Member) New Member

SRWRN has 7 years experience .

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Hello everyone.  Just need a little insight.  I am starting graduate school in the fall this year, and I currently work M-F 8-5 as a chronic care nurse navigator (fancy term for case management).  My supervisor previously told me that there is a chance for me to go PT here, but I have a feeling that as the program progresses, I will need more flexible time for clinical during the week.  So, I am looking for real word experience with good hospice agencies in TX for PRN positions.  I have 3 years experience as a hospice CM, loved it, and the company was great, at first, until I began to experience how toxic the administration was.  I have looked at 3 big names in my area so far, I just don't want to get stuck with a lemon again.  Thanks in advance!  PM or email me so we don't put anyone on blast, lol.

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Kittypower has 8 years experience.

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Where exactly in TX are you looking?

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SRWRN has 7 years experience.

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10 minutes ago, Kittypower said:

Where exactly in TX are you looking?

North Austin area 

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SRWRN did you find a good hospice co? I’m relocating to the Austin area and afraid to get a “lemon” hospice as well!

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SRWRN has 7 years experience.

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Lol, the struggle is real unfortunately. However, I have a hospice administrator friend working for a company who created a PT position for me. It's a growing hospice so they are new to my area, but it suits my needs at the moment. I went with him because I know the team and he's willing to be flexible with my schedule as needed. I hope you find what you're looking for! Maybe start with a larger agency since they usually have better staffing.

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