Working with PSA Healthcare provides a unique opportunity for you. When it comes to providing for medically fragile children and adults, we know what matters most! We strive to provide the very best for our patients everyday. Many times our services allow for loved ones to stay home for their care, surrounded by their family. That quality of life difference can provide for a better, more enjoyable life every single day.
PSA Healthcare is the leading provider of pediatric home care services for medically fragile children. We also offer in-home options for adults with medically fragile conditions. Our services provide care for individuals that allow them to be at home.
Our Services are built on:
Multi-disciplinary Team Approach
Best Practice Care Planning and Coordination
Exemplary Education and Support
24/7 Clinical Support and Supervision
Highest Quality Patient Care
Family Centered Approach
Description of Responsibilities:
Provide hands on management and supervision of patient care activities. To work in conjunction with other team members to ensure appropriate level of staffing and coordination of care in order to meet the care goals. This position requires an ability to be flexible and work with all members of the health care team and provide supervision, clinical education and support to the nursing staff.
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
RN licensure in state
Knowledge and understanding of compliance with adherence to regulations
Diploma, Associate or Bachelor degree in nursing from state accredited RN program
Ability to problem solve
Ability to resolve conflicts
Ability to assess patients and provide direct patient care as needed
Good organizational and communication skills
Strong commitment to clinical excellence
Possess operational and clinical experience
Desire and ability to travel within the market area
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