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Full-Time Physical Therapist (PT)

The Physical Therapist will be partnering with the primary care physician to create a care plan that reflects the patient’s needs and physician’s goals for recovery. Take advantage of the ability to make your own schedule and make a true difference in the lives of those for which you’re caring.

Prior pediatric experience and/or comfort working with pediatric patients preferred. Will train the right candidate.

Responsibilities:

  • Performs comprehensive initial and on-going physical therapy services for each assigned agency patient and develops the plan of care in collaboration with patient, RN/Case Manager, and physician.
  • Regularly evaluates and documents the effectiveness of each assigned patient’s plan of care, patient responses, revision needs, discharge plans, and progress to patient goals.
  • Based on patient needs, seeks physician orders for equipment to promote patient comfort and safety, and when ordered and received by patient, initiates equipment use training.
  • Evaluates the safety of the home environment and recommends to patient/representative potential solutions for identified concerns.
  • Establishes therapy goals to enhance the rehabilitative ability of the patient, which may include but not be limited to: hot packs, gait training, diathermy treatments, therapeutic exercises, passive and active range of motion exercises, whirlpool baths and other related treatments to meet the agency patient’s needs.
  • Meets productivity requirements established for home health care physical therapist.
  • Supervises assigned PTAs

Pay rate:  $80,000 – $100,000/year (dependent on experience)

Benefits associated with this role include:

  • Health/dental/vision/life insurance benefits
  • Vacation leave
  • Paid sick leave
  • Retirement plan (must work 1000 hours during 1 year measurement period to be eligible)
  • Mileage reimbursement (patient to patient)
  • Employee assistance program

PRN Physical Therapist (PT)

The Physical Therapist will be partnering with the primary care physician to create a care plan that reflects the patient’s needs and physician’s goals for recovery. Take advantage of the ability to make your own schedule and make a true difference in the lives of those for which you’re caring.

Prior pediatric experience and/or comfort working with pediatric patients preferred. Will train the right candidate.

Applicants should have multiple weekdays of regular daytime availability in their schedule to see at least 3-5 patients / complete 10-15 visits per week.

Additionally we need someone to do in-person and telehealth PT visits.

Responsibilities:

  • Performs comprehensive initial and on-going physical therapy services for each assigned agency patient and develops the plan of care in collaboration with patient, RN/Case Manager, and physician.
  • Regularly evaluates and documents the effectiveness of each assigned patient’s plan of care, patient responses, revision needs, discharge plans, and progress to patient goals.
  • Based on patient needs, seeks physician orders for equipment to promote patient comfort and safety, and when ordered and received by patient, initiates equipment use training.
  • Evaluates the safety of the home environment and recommends to patient/representative potential solutions for identified concerns.
  • Establishes therapy goals to enhance the rehabilitative ability of the patient, which may include but not be limited to: hot packs, gait training, diathermy treatments, therapeutic exercises, passive and active range of motion exercises, whirlpool baths and other related treatments to meet the agency patient’s needs.
  • Meets productivity requirements established for home health care physical therapist.
  • Supervises assigned PTAs

Pay rates (dependent upon experience):
Visits: $55-$95/visit
Hourly rate for meetings, case conference, training, orientation: $35-$45

Benefits associated with this role include:

  • Paid sick leave
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Employee assistance program
  • Retirement plan (must work 1000 hours during 1 year measurement period to be eligible)
  • Note: a person may be eligible for health, dental, vision and life insurance benefits after their annual Affordable Care Act measurement period

For PT’s, we’re pleased to offer:

  • Flexible scheduling to fit your needs
  • Competitive wages
  • Paid mileage from patient to patient
  • Immediate openings with flexible start dates
  • Opportunity to make a difference in the community

Occupational Therapist (OT)

This position travels to adult and pediatric patients homes and assists with hands on therapy to expedite healing and recovery.

This position has a great deal of flexibility and allow you to create your own schedule.

Prior pediatric experience and/or comfort working with pediatric patients preferred. Will train the right candidate.

Applicants should have availability in their schedule to see at least 3-5 patients / complete 10-15 visits per week.

Pay rates:
Visit rates: $55-$80/visit (based on type of visit and dependent upon experience)
Hourly rate for meetings, case conference, training, orientation: $30-$40

Responsibilities:

  • Performs comprehensive initial and on-going occupational therapy assessments on each assigned agency patient and develops the plan of care in collaboration with patient, RN Case Manager, and physician.
  • Regularly evaluates the effectiveness of each assigned patient’s plan of care, response to treatment, revision needs, discharge plans, and progress to patient goals.
  • Establishes goals to enhance the rehabilitative ability of the patient, which may include but not be limited to: neuromuscular facilitation/inhibition; perceptual, prosthetic, and kinetic treatment; orthotics/splints; activity of daily living training; and related to needs.
  • Evaluates the safety of the home environment and recommends to patient/representative potential solutions for identified concerns.

Benefits associated with this role include:

  • Paid sick leave
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Employee assistance program
  • Retirement plan (must work 1000 hours during 1 year measurement period to be eligible)
  • Note: a person may be eligible for health, dental, vision and life insurance benefits after their annual Affordable Care Act measurement period

For OT’s, we’re pleased to offer:

  • Flexible scheduling to fit your needs
  • Competitive wages
  • Paid mileage from patient to patient
  • Immediate openings with flexible start dates
  • Opportunity to make a difference in the community

Registered Nurse (RN)

The RN provides direct care to adult and pediatric patients within the home setting to ensure safe recovery from illnesses and injuries. You will work closely with all members of our nursing and therapy team to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients. Patients needs include, but are not limited to:

  • Wound Care
  • Wound Vac
  • Therapy IV
  • Antibiotic therapy
  • Medication management
  • CNA supervision

Additionally this role is part of our on-call rotation.

Multiple days a week of availability is preferred.

Pay rates (dependent upon experience):
Visit rates: $55-$100/visit (based on type of visit and dependent upon experience)
Hourly rate for meetings, case conference, training, orientation: $30-$35

Benefits associated with this role include:

  • Paid sick leave
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Employee assistance program
  • Retirement plan (must work 1000 hours during 1 year measurement period to be eligible)

We’re pleased to offer our RNs:

  • Flexible scheduling to fit your needs
  • Competitive wages
  • Daily bonus when on call
  • Paid mileage from patient to patient
  • Opportunity to make a difference in the community

Home Health – Non-Medical:

Personal Care Worker (PCW)

Personal Care Workers (PCWs) work with special needs individuals and the elderly in the home to promote safe and healthy daily activities. This position is responsible for providing hands-on personal care to participants within the participant’s home and some driving is required to travel between participants’ homes. Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • companionship
  • meal preparation
  • getting groceries
  • assisting with ADLs
  • light housekeeping
  • assisting with walking and transferring
  • assisting with bathing
  • assisting with personal care

Note: we do not have overnight shifts and a vehicle is required because it does involve driving from participant to participant.

**Must be able to work a minimum of 20 hours per week

Pay rate: $16/hour

Benefits associated with this role include:

  • Paid sick leave
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Employee assistance program
  • Retirement plan (must work 1000 hours during 1 year measurement period to be eligible)
  • Note: a person may be eligible for health, dental, vision and life insurance benefits after their annual Affordable Care Act measurement period
  • After a year of continuous employment, a PCW is eligible for a scholarship to a CNA school to obtain their license

We’re pleased to offer our Personal Care Workers:

  • Flexible scheduling to fit your needs
  • Competitive wages
  • Paid mileage from participant to participant
  • Opportunity to make a difference in the community
  • An entry level health care role that looks great on a resume

If you are someone who loves working one on one with others, and feels a sense of accomplishment when helping others remain safe at home after an illness or injury, please submit your resume for consideration.


Full-time Personal Care Worker (PCW)

Personal Care Workers (PCWs) work with special needs individuals and the elderly in the home to promote safe and healthy daily activities. This position is responsible for providing hands-on personal care to participants within the participant’s home and some driving is required to travel between participants’ homes. Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • companionship
  • meal preparation
  • getting groceries
  • assisting with ADLs
  • light housekeeping
  • assisting with walking and transferring
  • assisting with bathing
  • assisting with personal care

If you are someone who loves working one on one with others, and feels a sense of accomplishment when helping others remain safe at home after an illness or injury, please submit your resume for consideration.

Note: this is a full-time 40 hour/week position and a vehicle is required because it does involve driving from participant to participant

After a year of continuous employment, a PCW is eligible for a scholarship to a CNA school to obtain their license

Pay rate: $16/hour

For our full-time Personal Care Worker, we’re pleased to offer:

  • Health/dental/vision/life insurance benefits
  • Vacation leave
  • Paid sick leave
  • Retirement plan (must work 1000 hours during 1 year measurement period to be eligible)
  • Mileage reimbursement (participant to participant)
  • Employee assistance program
  • Opportunity to make a difference in the community

Office:

Intake & Scheduling/Office Coordinator

We are looking to hire an experienced Intake & Scheduling/Office Coordinator to collect information from referral sources on potential cases and schedule visits for staff. There are also responsibilities with hospice intake and working with the hospice team.  Our ideal candidate possesses strong organization and oral communication skills, is detail oriented and has proficiency with computers.

This role will also be a part of our on-call rotation (one week every month) which includes weekends.

Note: the required hours for this role are Monday – Friday 8:30am-5pm.

Additionally there is some initial in-person training at our Boulder office so need to reside in the Front Range area and high speed internet & a dedicated home office space is required.

Prior home health and/or hospice intake/scheduling experience is required Familiarity with medical terminology & CMS regulations is a huge plus.

Pay rate: $17.50/hour

For our Intake & Scheduling/Office Coordinator, we’re pleased to offer:

  • Health/dental/vision/life insurance benefits
  • Vacation leave
  • Paid sick leave
  • Retirement plan (must work 1000 hours during 1 year measurement period to be eligible)
  • Bonus for on call days
  • Employee assistance program
  • Opportunity to make a difference in the community

Hospice:

Hospice Registered Nurse (RN)

We are looking to add a full-time Registered Nurse (RN) to our hospice team to serve patients in the Boulder/Broomfield/Longmont areas.

The RN must:

  • Be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing
  • Possess two years of experience in an acute care, home health or hospice setting
  • Be currently licensed as a RN in Colorado

Responsibilities include:

  • Performing initial and ongoing assessments on each assigned hospice patient and developing the plan of care in collaboration with the physician, patient/representative, attending physician and other interdisciplinary team (IDT) members.
  • Providing end-of-life, palliative and specialized care and counseling related to terminal illness including patient/representative education on disease process, nutritional support and symptom management.
  • Performing initial and ongoing assessment of the terminal diagnosis on each patient’s physical, functional, psychosocial, environmental needs and activities of daily living.
  • Participating in IDT meetings to evaluate the effectiveness of each assigned patient’s plan of care, revision needs and progress to patient goals.
  • Securing pharmaceuticals, durable medical equipment, supplies and other community services related to the hospice plan of care for assigned patients.

Additionally this role has some on call responsibilities.

May be asked to help the home health team with visits when short staffed.

Pay rate:  $80,000 – $90,000/year (dependent on experience); $5000 sign-on bonus (paid incrementally)

Benefits associated with this role include:

  • Health/dental/vision/life insurance benefits
  • Vacation leave
  • Paid sick leave
  • Retirement plan (must work 1000 hours during 1 year measurement period to be eligible)
  • Mileage reimbursement (patient to patient)
  • Employee assistance program

Hospice Volunteer

The hospice volunteer performs a variety of tasks which may include the following:

  • Administrative support such as preparing & mailing materials, assisting with organizing & staffing agency events and activities, answering agency phones and other duties as assigned.
  • Direct patient services such as assisting with errands such as grocery shopping & picking up supplies, transporting patients to appointments, shopping & social outings, providing support services which may include active listening, visiting, letter writing, reminding patients to take medications, feeding patients, sharing interests/hobbies, assisting family with housekeeping chores & homemaking tasks and providing relief to family and caregivers.

If you are interested in joining our friendly, professional team, please submit your resume for consideration.

Note: this is volunteer position so there is no pay or reimbursement for this role.


Hospice Aide (CNA)

The Hospice Aide/CNA must:

  • Have a high school diploma, GED or equivalent combination of education and/or experience
  • Be currently licensed as a CNA in Colorado

Responsibilities include:

  • Providing aide services to patients and participants as identified in the plan of care per agency policies, procedures and aide skill level.
  • Providing total or assisted personal hygiene per plan of care.
  • Providing patient/caregiver assistance in ambulation, exercises, transfers and medication per plan of care.
  • Assisting in maintaining a clean, safe patient environment and may perform personal care worker and homemaker chores as assigned in the plan of care and as skill level permits.
  • Assisting with patient personal health self-care and comfort measures.
  • Observation, reporting and documentation of patient status and the care or service furnished.

Pay rate: $17-$19/hour

We’re pleased to offer our CNAs:

  • Flexible scheduling to fit your needs
  • Competitive wages
  • Paid mileage from patient to patient
  • Opportunity to make a difference in the community

Benefits associated with this role include:

  • Paid sick leave
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Employee assistance program
  • Retirement plan (must work 1000 hours during 1 year measurement period to be eligible)
  • Note: a person may be eligible for health, dental, vision and life insurance benefits after their annual Affordable Care Act measurement period

If you are interested in joining our friendly, professional team, please submit your resume for consideration.


Hospice Social Worker

The Social Worker must:

  • Have a Master of Social Work degree from a school accredited by the Council on Social Work Education
  • Be currently licensed as a Social Worker in Colorado

Responsibilities include:

  • Performing initial and ongoing social worker assessments per standards of practice on each assigned hospice patient and developing the plan of care in collaboration with the patient/representative, attending physician and interdisciplinary team members.
  • Using a framework of assessment, implementation, coordination and evaluation providing outcome-based services for an assigned caseload from admission to discharge.
  • Establishing goals and providing social services to address patients physical and psychological needs.
  • Helping build our bereavement & volunteer programs.

Pay rate: $30-$40/hour (dependent upon experience)

Benefits associated with this role include:

  • Paid sick leave
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Employee assistance program
  • Retirement plan (must work 1000 hours during 1 year measurement period to be eligible)
  • Note: a person may be eligible for health, dental, vision and life insurance benefits after their annual Affordable Care Act measurement period

Chaplain/Spiritual Care Counselor

The Chaplain/Spiritual Care Counselor must:

  • Be a graduate of an accredited seminary or theological school or possess confirmable qualifications as a spiritual counselor
  • Have at least one year experience in spiritual counseling, preferably in a health care setting

Responsibilities include:

  • Performing initial and ongoing assessments per standards of practice on each assigned hospice patient and developing the spiritual plan of care in collaboration with the patient/representative, attending physician and interdisciplinary team members.
  • Providing spiritual counseling to patient, family and personnel based on needs.
  • Conducting religious services of prayer, worship and rituals for patient/representative.
  • Offering patient/representative of different philosophies and religious beliefs opportunities to discuss and share their thoughts, feelings, beliefs and values.
  • Participating in virtual interdisciplinary team meetings on a biweekly basis.
  • Providing bereavement support for personnel.
  • Participating in and providing funeral or memorial services for patients as requested.
  • Assessing caregiver’s ability to manage patient’s nutritional needs.
  • Identifying factors relating to variances of weight and/or size and the effects of end stage disease on hydration and nutrition.

Pay rate: $25-$35/hour (dependent upon experience):

Benefits associated with this role include:

  • Paid sick leave
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Employee assistance program
  • Retirement plan (must work 1000 hours during 1 year measurement period to be eligible)
  • Note: a person may be eligible for health, dental, vision and life insurance benefits after their annual Affordable Care Act measurement period