PSA Healthcare is a 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 remain in the comfort of their home.
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 every day. 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.
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. We understand that Nurses are the Heartbeat of PSA .
PSA is proud to offer:
One-on-One patient care: take the opportunity to get back to why you became a nurse and provide focused, one-on-one care to your patient.
Variety: assignments and shifts that will give you that chance to make a difference! We have direct care opportunities ranging from low to high acuity patients.
Support: 24/7 clinical support – you are never alone!
Flexibility: no minimum shift requirement – you will work with a PSA Staffing Specialist to find the best match for you!
Training & Growth Potential: Be part of the strongest clinical team in home health - we offer training & education to expand your skills, including our " Safe at Home" program; and with over 60 PSA locations, we offer tremendous opportunity for professional advancement and growth!
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.