Family Health West

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Family Health West

Details

Number of Beds 358
Walkthrough State YES
Compact State YES
State License Fee $43
License Wait Time n/a
Temporary License $0
License Website www.dora.state.co.us/nursing/
State Hourly $33.02 (non-traveler)
State Annual $57,840 (non-traveler)
National Hourly $33.23
National Annual $69,110
County

Mesa

Population
116,255
Rent-Studio
$622
1 Bedroom
$623
2 Bedrooms
$747
Temperature info
City

Fruita

Population
12,848
Homicides (per 10,000)
1
Rapes (per 10,000)
4
Assaults (per 10,000)
4
Robberies (per 10,000)
1
Average commute times
Average age

228 N Cherry St
Fruita, CO 81521

(970) 858-9871

Reviews

2/5

by

i

Family Health West

Management had poor communication with their CNA's. On evening shift (which is what I work), we are always low staffed, so the CNA's on evening shift are always rushed and stressed to do our job proficiently. This company does not seem to be supportive of me going to school. It is hard to balance school and work. I work more than 40 hours per week with only 2 days off and have to somehow fit in school; which is impossible. I have learned that team work helps get the job done.
1/5

by

i

Nurses don't work for this nursing home!! Run away as fast as you can!

This nursing home has a very poor working environment. I have never in my nursing career worked for a place that has so much back stabbing and fighting. Since the two years I have worked at this place they have changed DONs 4 times. And every time a new one comes in there is new changes and rules and nurses get written up for the previous DONs rules. There is no consistency in write ups. They loose nurses about every three months from firing them or the nurse quitting. One nurse can get away with murder while another nurse gets written up for the same thing. One of the managers is a previous nurse from St.Marys Hospital who was fired for stealing morphine out of the omnicell and they still hired her as a manager. The computer system is horrible and causes many med errors. RNs are not aloud to ask the doctor for psychiatric meds, this decision has to be made by management and management has no training on geriatric psych meds. Management has taken residents off their psychiatric meds and pain meds cold turkey and caused them to be very combative. Med changes are often made without notifying the family. They have no psychiatrist working there to manage geriatric behaviors or consult. And if your looking for a staff member, go outside and you'll find them across the street smoking a cigarette. NEW GRADS, if your are looking for a new job go to St.Marys or Community or even Hospice and at least you'll get some experience and learn how real nursing is done. WORKING here is like having a bipolar parent! You never know what they expect from you, it depends on the alignment of the planets!! On the other hand I have worked for the hospital med/surg unit also and it is a great place to work. I would recommend it for having surgery or procedures done.
3/5

by

i

CNA was difficult

I would not do this job again as it was too difficult watching the elderlys' condition worsen over time.
1/5

by

i

Terrible Management/Administration-Unfair and unsafe practices

I would not recommend this facility to anyone! The administration are not honest and they fire employees on the spot without reason. The HR department is very unfair. No policies and procedures in place, no education for staff and no communication. Would not take anyone to this facility for any reason.
4/5

by

i

I enjoy the employies I work with.

The staff at this company is amazing we are always there for each other. Managemant is fair. Facilty is clean and oder free. We give the best care possible.

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