SCL Home Health – Palliative Care
At SCL Home Health, we are proud to be an associate-empowered, patient-centered organization. We value the meaningful client relationships we develop every day through one-on-one care and the ability to facilitate optimal outcomes in our clients' home environments.
We are currently expanding our services to include Palliative Care. In Palliative Care, you will have the opportunity to assist our patients in living the best life they can throughout their crescendo of life. In order to provide optimal patient care, we will also be providing remote patient monitoring, providing biometric and educational support.
Although home health is an independent practice, we ensure you have the right resources and support available for you to be successful. We support you by:
Being a part of the larger integrated SCL Health system
Allowing you flexible daily schedules/self-scheduling
Developing a unique compensation plan that's right for you
Planning the orientation process around your needs
Providing you with mileage and cell phone reimbursement
Offering tuition reimbursement to support your career advancement
Answer your calling - bring your talents to SCL Home Health and experience the impactful difference you can make in your clients' lives.
Provides personal care to the patient.
Assists the patient with transfers and/or ambulation.
Turns and positions patients who are bed bound.
Assists with Range of Motion (ROM) appropriate for the patient.
Assists patients with meals.
Assists patients with toileting, bedroom, bedpan, and urinal.
Assists patients with medications which are self-administered.
Changes simple non-sterile dressings or external bags per State and Federal Regulations.
Ensure growth and profitability of the company through the responsible use of company resources and educating the community to our services.
Perform light housekeeping tasks.
Observes and reports changes in patient conditions and needs to the Registered Nurse/Therapist.
Completes paperwork in an accurate and timely manner, per policies.
Participates in interdisciplinary team meetings as appropriate to coordinate patient care, exchange information and problem solve, and receive staff support and in-service education.
Participates in environmental and mental stimulation activities, as assigned.
Follows patient plan of care at all times.
Participates in agency quality improvement.
Accepts other assignments deemed appropriate.
Willingly accepts direction from Director of Nursing, Patient Care Coordinator, and Registered Nurse/Case Manager,
Adheres to established personnel policies
High School diploma or G.E.D.
Graduate of an accredited nurse aide training course.
Certified Nursing Assistant (C NA) in good standing
Basic Life Support (BLS) certification with skills validation
State of Colorado Driver’s License
1 year of related healthcare experience