Is flexibility of scheduling a priority when choosing where to work?
Do you have a limited amount of time and/or flexibility to offer?
Do you want the ability to choose the types of cases you are assigned?
Are you currently working full time and want to supplement your income?
Did you respond, “Yes” to any of these questions ?
Let PSA Healthcare be your answer .
PSA Healthcare specializes in offering quality nursing professionals the flexibility they are seeking while maintaining a commitment to quality care for our patients.
At PSA Healthcare , we are looking for nurses who are compassionate about patient care and recognize that their contribution as a PSA Healthcare Nurse
can make the difference in whether a patient remains in the home.
Working as a PSA Healthcare Nurse means:
Variety of scheduling options and patient assignments, pediatric and adult
One on one nursing care
Commitment to providing quality care for patients
Training and access to round the clock RN clinical support
Flexibility to maintain a work/life balance
Weekly pay check with Direct Deposit option
Whether you are looking for a great opportunity for extra work or looking for a career that offers flexibility or a shorter commute, PSA Healthcare offers you the freedom to choose your hours, to work as little as a few hours a month or 40 hours per week and to make a real difference in the lives of our patients.
Let PSA Healthcare be Your Answer
To be considered for employment by PSA Healthcare for this Opportunity, you must be able to meet the following requirements, with or without accommodation.
Proof of eligibility to work in the United States
Current and unrestricted LPN 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 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
Acute sense of sight and hearing (corrected or uncorrected) and strong sense of touch, smell and taste
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