Ridgefield Visiting Nurse Association Careers and Employment
The mission of the Ridgefield Visiting Nurse Association (RVNA) is to provide exceptional home and community health care services, support public health and safety and promote the highest quality of life in Western Connecticut.
RVNA is a private, Medicare-certified, nonprofit organization that has been providing quality home health care for 100 years. – more...RVNA is a proud, 5-time recipient of the Hearst Media Top Workplace award and was named to the HomeCare Elite, a ground-breaking review that names the Medicare-certified agencies whose performance measures in quality, improvement and financial performance that are among the top 25% of providers nationwide.
Founded in 1914, RVNA is governed by a volunteer board of directors. A staff of over 100 provides a wide range of home health and community-based wellness services to residents of Bethel, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Danbury, Darien, Easton, Fairfield, Georgetown, Greenwich, Monroe, New Canaan, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Norwalk, Oxford, Redding, Ridgefield, Roxbury, Sherman, Southbury, Stamford, Washington, Weston, Westport, Wilton, and Woodbury.
While the medical field continues to become more sophisticated and high-tech, one simple philosophy has not changed at RVNA – the patient comes first. RVNA staff members bring a high level of professional competence to patients and their families. RVNA nurses and therapists have an average of 21 years of experience in their fields. Certified home health aides have an average of 11 years of experience providing home health care.
In addition to home health and community wellness services, RVNA offers several special programs that help patients and their families. These programs are Lifeline Emergency Response System, RVNA Quality Living at Home Program and Telemonitoring. End of life and palliative care are also provided. – less
What is it like to work at Ridgefield Visiting Nurse Association?
Rn case manager
Written by RN Case Manager (Former Employee) from Ridgefield, CT on May 25, 2017
Almost always work over productivity without compensation, travel makes no sense. You'll work in territories other nurses are already in. Your promised a territory and it changes without communication. Schedules are never the same as the night before. Managers aren't easily available. Non profit agency, always concerned with revenue and taking on patients - more...