How We Care for People
We're all equally vital to living the mission-it's all about helping people. And our very foundation is built on the hearts and dedication of nurses. Because of that, we believe all healthcare sould be local, close to home and close to hearts. No matter where you are in your career, you can choose a service area that truly speaks to you so you can provide life-changing care to those who need it most.
A Career in home healthcare is more than a job-it's a calling. One that helps patients and families get the care they need in the most passionate, dedicated way possible. Whether caring for an elderly patient, helping someone recuperate after an injury, or managing a chronic illness, you're helping patients do it in the most comfortable setting for them: home. If you lead with your heart and the desire to give the best person-centered care possible, home healthcare might be a great fit for you.
A devoted career in hospice care means giving patients the emotional, medical and spiritual support they need as they face the final stages of life. Whether you’re helping patients stay comforted or providing counseling and bereavement support to family members, your care matters at every moment. Check out what a career in hospice can mean to you.
Home & Community-Based and Personal Care
There’s no place like home for rest and comfort. Our personal care professionals help people with the tasks of daily life—from sitting services, light housekeeping, food preparation, or general companionship. We also support patient care needs with skilled licensed nurses. Whatever is needed to help make people feel more at home—right in their home.
A career in facility-based care means giving patients the best care possible so they can recover confidently and return to the comfort of their own homes. Patients may have illnesses or injuries that need intense, specialized treatment, 24-hour nursing care, or daily physician intervention. Wherever we serve, no matter the location, we strive to give the best local patient-centered care we can.
Serving our friends, neighbors, and community with the most loving, nurturing in-home advanced care. Whether you want to work in primary care, chronic disease management, or even acute care for patients of all ages, a career in advanced care means giving the same quality care a patient might receive at a doctor’s office but in the comfort of their homes.
Our teams of palliative care professionals around the nation are dedicated to helping patients live a better life when faced with a serious illness. A career in palliative care helps provide some comfort, reassurance, and improved quality of life to patients and families dealing with the symptoms and stress of a serious illness.