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Overall Rating 4.1 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Darlene Joiner ★★★★★ 4 weeks ago

    Went for an interview, took a test for hire. I found it to be a huge waste of time. I thought it was strange these people called me for interview at 2pm and was not available to interview me. The commute was at least an hour. I took the test, which was another hour. In the meantime, I can hear the office staff having a great time in the hallway. When I completed the test, they all seemed to scatter. I had to sit with it for a considerable amount of time while people were "in meetings". It took me another 30 minutes for me to find someone to give the test to and grade it. Almost a two hour process and I was never interviewed. I was notified by my recruiter that I didn't pass the test. Not sure why I wasn't told that immediately, so I could have went home. Next time, if you are not interested in a candidate, just be honest. Or computerize the test, so your applicants won't have to waste their time to commute to you. Very unprofessional.

  • Sarah Jenny ★★★★★ 8 months ago

    I am shocked to see all the negative ratings of MJHS. I suppose people don't normally take the time to write a positive review of anything, much less hospice but I have to share my experience. My father received hospice care in his home (independent living) and not in a nursing home. My father was diagnosed with lung cancer 26 months ago and entered hospice a month before he died. We were connected with MJHS right before Thanksgiving 2017 when he was hospitalized with a collapsed lung. I have no idea how we were placed with them but I believe when we told the hospital my father was Jewish they selected them. I had been doing so much on my own that to have them sweep in and take charge in a compassionate, respectful way relived a huge burden as I had never cared for a dying loved one before. They came to our home on Thanksgiving for intake and from there we were supported by a skilled, compassionate and communicative social worker, nurse, Rabbi and physician. I called at all hours in my father's final months as I navigated a difficult decline and they showed up as promised within 1-2 hours of each call to treat acute ailments and address my fears and concerns. My father wanted to pass with dignity in his own home. All of his wishes were respected. In his final night, they had sent an LPN and RN to oversee the LPN. The LPN spent the night and was able to get ahead of the pain and agitation to make sure my father was comfortable. I cried and cried for hours as we said I love you back and forth. I made sure he could say goodbye on the phone to my siblings. I have regrets about not spending that final night with him (he passed 6 hours after I left) but I know he was well cared for through the night. I know my father, who had initially been opposed to hospice due to the reality of facing death but also loved the team we worked with. In my father's building he also had an aide (not through hospice) so we had that additional support as I work full-time. Without MJHS I am not sure what we would have done. The Rabbi was truly wonderful. My father met with him several times, I was able to meet with him and my father asked him to preside over the funeral service which he said would be an honor. He did an amazing job. I am incredibly grateful for all MJHS provided for my father and my family for end of life care. I would recommend them highly to any family who may need these services.

  • Anna Ka ★★★★★ 10 months ago

    Maria (Ma Alicia) Sidletskyy is an amazing Physical Therapist. Professional, patient, kind and caring. In 3 weeks after a total knee replacement surgery with Maria's treatments my 83 y.o. mother is walking with the cane! We are very grateful to Maria and highly recommend her!

  • Roy Vargas ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    Fair price and quality work. All you can ask for in an automobile service center.

  • Luis Casiano ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    I work here

First To Care Home Care Certified Home Health Agency Services

  •   Home Health Aid
  •   Medical Social
  •   Nursing Care
  •   Occupational Therapy
  •   Physical Therapy
  •   Speech Pathology



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