A Better Culture
Respect & Communication
One of the things we hear a lot from clinicians who work in other settings is that they aren’t respected for their experience and expertise. They went to school, did the training, work with patients every day – and they know their stuff!
At Residential, we value our clinician’s knowledge and judgement. Clinicians work one-on-one with each patient in the patient’s home. So rather than going from room to room dispensing pill after pill, they’re consulting with the patients and families, assessing the patients’ needs and deciding how to proceed with treatment.
We respect our clinicians like crazy. They’re the heart, soul and backbone of our entire organization, and we never forget that for a moment.
Want to know more about what it’s like to work here?
There’s no one better to tell you than those who actually do work here. Meet some of our clinicians:
“My voice matters.”
“You really are thanked for what you do.”
“You talk to somebody and they listen to you.”
“If you’re looking for a place where you can thrive, Residential is the way to go.”
We want to hear from our team members. An open-door policy is essential to good communication, so everyone on our leadership team is ready to listen to ideas, concerns and other input just about any time.
Wendy Bongero, Sr. Vice President of Operations, Hospice
“Leaders who don’t listen to the people on their teams are blowing a huge opportunity. No one knows better than the clinicians what our patients need.”
Natalie Hagyari, Sr. Vice President of Operations, Home Health
“As a nurse myself, I understand the challenges. I’ll do everything I can to support them with processes and equipment that make their jobs go smoothly.”