opportunity! Want to be a part of a new dynamic, energetic,
quality-based Home Health family? Come join our team! We're looking
for independent thinkers, growth seekers, and team members wanting
to be a part of a family-owned and operated business, that
replicates a family approach and culture into the
reimbursement for college and specialty certification programs,
sign on bonus
LivinRite Home Health provides clinical care to patients in
their home. We are looking for Register Nurses to join our team for
a challenging yet rewarding career. If you have acute care
experience, work well independently, want a telecommute position
and are looking for a change, LivinRite Home Health is the place
The Registered Nurse is responsible for directing the total
health care services for patients from admission to discharge.
He/she provides ongoing support and expertise through comprehensive
assessment, planning, implementation and overall evaluation of
individual patient needs. The overall goal of this position is to
enhance the quality of patient management and satisfaction, to
promote continuity of care and cost effectiveness. The Registered
Nurse acts as a liaison between patients, family members and other
health care personnel to ensure efficient and appropriate home
health care services.
tuition reimbursement for for college and specialty
Position is responsible to an in-house RN clinical
The Weekday 12 Hr position specializes in start of care, IV
admission, wound care & patient/family education through
1.Current license to practice nursing issued by the state of
2.Successful completion of State-accredited training program in
Bachelor of Science in Nursing or Associate Degree in Nursing.
3.Successful passing of the National Council Licensure
Examination Registered Nursing.
4.Minimum of two (2) years experience in home health, acute care
or rehabilitation setting, preferred.
5.Current CPR certification.
6.Must be able to direct care appropriately to support the
specific populations (adult & geriatric) provided in nursing
7.Experience in office procedures:
a.Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
b.Ability to resolve problems and set priorities.
c.Excellent written and verbal skills to effectively communicate
with confidence, clarity and attention to detail.
d.Pleasant telephone demeanor with exceptional customer service
e.Basic typing and computer skills.
f.Ability to work cohesively with others and multi-task in a
busy office setting.
9.TB Test or Chest X-Ray 6 months prior to employment or within
30 days of employment.
10.Successful completion of orientation process.
1.Possess working knowledge and understanding of the functional
organizational make-up of the Home Health Agency.
2.Ability to demonstrate, and provide examples of, continuous
personal development and improvement in each of the essential
functions listed in the section below:
Ability to make independent decisions after gathering
information from internal and external sources
A customer-focused attitude
4.Working knowledge of basic computer programs and
5.Excel and Word preferred although not required.
6. Strong background in Home Health, Medical/surgical or
Rehabilitation setting preferred.
7. Infusion knowledge, skills and experience are considered a
benefit for this position.
1.Act as a comprehensive care coordinator for patients assigned
to his/her care, assessing the patient s needs accordingly and
facilitates communication amongst other clinicians providing care
and the clinical supervisor.
2.Demonstrate appropriate judgment skills to be able to make
independent clinical decisions in patient care matters.
3.Promote the level of clinical expertise required of staff to
provide safe, exceptional and effective nursing care.
4.Establish an appropriate plan of care which addresses the
patient s functional problems.
5.Identify appropriate short and long-term goals for each
6.Reviews results of laboratory tests and other diagnostic
procedures and reports to the physician appropriately.
7.Supervise License Practical Nurses (LPNs), Certified Home
Health Aides (CNAs), Medical Technicians and Medical Assistants
according to Federal, State, and Agency policies.
8.Perform documentation according to the Agency s policies and
9.Maintain regular communication with members of the
interdisciplinary team regarding progress of the patient, changes
in status, and discharge from services.
10.Maintain communication with the physician regarding status of
the patient including: initiation of treatment plan, changes in
status, and discharge from care.
11.Participate in patient care conferences as needed.
12.Attends appropriate in-service programs to keep current in
13.Complete monthly in-services.
14.Performs other duties