Description of Environment:|
Working with PSA Healthcare provides a unique opportunity for you to work in a personalized, one-on-one setting with a patient in their own home where you will get to deliver the type of individualized and specialized care that you desire.
For those in the homecare industry, there is nothing more rewarding than seeing the difference you are making in your patient's and family members' lives on a day to day basis. PSA offers a variety of assignments and shifts that will give you that opportunity to make a difference, but at this time we have a strong need for night nurses! We have direct care opportunities ranging from low to high acuity patients.
Be part of the strongest clinical team in home health; participate in education, professional collaboration and other developmental opportunities and work knowing you have the support & leadership of world class clinicians working along side you in your community.
Description of Responsibilities:
Working in the home environment you are responsible for the delivery of quality patient care according to the patient's individual physician orders. Your care may involve assessments, medication administration, administering prescribed treatments and therapies, care planning, communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team, supply management, emergency management, coordination of care, health promotion and teaching and training family members.
To be considered for employment by PSA Healthcare for this Opportunity, you must be able to meet the following requirements, with or without accommodation.
Ability to work night shifts
Proof of eligibility to work in the United States
Current and unrestricted LPN / LVN or RN license to practice in the state for which you are applying
Current CPR certification
Current Continuing Education if required by state
Diploma, Associate or Bachelor degree in nursing from state accredited LPN / LVN or RN program
Demonstrated proficiency in clinical assessments, documentation and compliance with nursing care and policies and procedures
Good organizational and communication skills
Frequent lifting and repositioning of patients
Repeated or prolonged standing, bending, kneeling, twisting and occasional climbing of stairs
Agility and strength sufficient to handle patients and equipment without assistance
Must be able to appropriately respond physically and psychologically to emergency situations in the home or during transport
Must be able to function in a wide variety of environments which may involve exposure to allergens and other health conditions