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Per Diem Home Health Aide

I believe my work is my calling.
With Gentiva's recent acquisitions of Odyssey Hospice, Harden Healthcare, Girling Home Health and Hospice, we offer home health, hospice, therapy, rehabilitation and community care services in many of our locations throughout the country.
Gentiva has over 40 years of experience in healthcare.
With over 550 locations in 40 states, our clinicians care for 110,000 patients every single day.
This affords us the opportunity to create best practices and develop them into industry-leading protocols and specialties.
As a Home Health Aide ( HHA ), you will:
Assist patients with personal care needs (bathing, mouth care, shampoo and hair care, transferring, dressing and undressing and ambulation) and selected housekeeping and therapy services to our patients in their home.
Plan and prepare nutritious meals and assist in feeding patients.
Assist with basic activities and daily living needs of patients.
Measure and record patient's temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure when ordered and/or directed by the RN, therapist, Clinical Manager or personal care plan.
In addition, a Home Health Aide:
Works with other highly skilled clinicians through a multi- or interdisciplinary team approach.
Benefits from the award-winning Gentiva University for clinical and professional development courses for advanced training and free continuing education credits.
Has access to the latest tools, research and techniques through the Gentiva Health Education Center.
Required Skills Qualifications:
Current and active HHA license/certification (if required by state or federal regulations) Minimum of six months of experience as a home health aide Home Health experience a plus Good organizational and communication skills Required Experience Girling, Girling Home Health, Girling Hospice, AmHeart Hospice, Asian American Home Health, Asian American Hospice, Girling Healthcare, Harden Home Health, Harden Hospice, Healthfield, Iowa Hospice, Missouri Home Care of Rolla, Omega Hospice, The Home Option, Girling Community Care, Odyssey, Vista Care, VistaCare, Olsten Kimberley Quality Care MON

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