Private Duty CNA/PCA

Overview
Access Community Based Services delivers high-quality, cost-effective care that empowers patients to manage their health at home.
More than 60 leading hospitals and health systems around the country have partnered with LHC Group to deliver patient-centered care in the home. More hospitals, physicians and families choose LHC Group, because our 11,000 employees in 25 states are united by a single, shared purpose: It's all about helping people.

The Private Duty Aide is a person who provides support, assistance with personal hygiene and household functions for an individual to be able to remain in their own home.

Additional Details

Our company, a part of LHC Group, is currently seeking clinicians/professionals that want to join our team to help improve the well being of our patients and their families.

89% of our 380 locations have a 4.5 star rating or greater, and we are helping drive better outcomes for our patients nationwide.

If you're seeking a unique opportunity to take your career to the next level, it just arrived!

  • Do you want to be rewarded for your hard work?
  • Do you desire to make a difference providing quality care?
  • Do you want to be part of a family and not just an employee?
  • Flexible schedule for field clinicians
  • Competitive pay

LHC Group is the preferred post-acute care partner for hospitals, physicians and families nationwide. From home health and hospice care to long-term acute care and community-based services, we deliver high-quality, cost-effective care that empowers patients to manage their health at home.

Qualifications

Experience Desired For CNA/PCA
  • Six months experience in home care preferred as a CNA/PCA.
License Requirements
  • Current drivers license, vehicle insurance and access to a dependable vehicle.
  • Current CPR certification required.
Skill Requirements
  • Ability to work flexible hours as required to meet identified patients needs.
  • Ability to function in any home situation regardless of age, race, creed, color, sex, disability, or financial condition of the patient.
  • Able to work independently.
  • Good communication, writing, and organizational skills.

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