Home Health Aides – Mississippi Office
Come and work in a congenial environment and obtain the satisfaction of helping seniors and others in need to get the help they need! Our organization is committed to your development and will train you in the habits and tools needed to be successful in our organization.
We are looking for Certified Nursing Assistants to work in our Home Health, Hospice, and Private Duty programs. We have both full and part-time positions available.
You will provide personal assistance for patients, assuring that patients receive the highest level of home health and rehabilitative care. You will assist the patient with personal needs as outlined in the patient’s care plan established by the physician, supervising nurse, or case manager. You will also observe and report to a supervisor any deviation from the patient’s usual mental and physical status. You will be responsible for keeping records of visits and services rendered to the patient.
You should have a caring temperament, enjoy working with elderly and ill people, possess good communication skills, and have a high level of initiative. You should be able to work in a team atmosphere and be able to understand and follow instructions.
Saad Healthcare has been in operation in southern Alabama and on the Mississippi Gulf Coast for over 30 years and has a family heritage in the health care business that dates back to the early 1960s. Home health and hospice are the core services provided by our company for the community we serve. “A family tradition of caring” is the motto for our operation. Our company was founded to provide full-service, high-quality care to patients and clients in their homes as if they were our own family members.
We offer competitive pay and generous benefits! Come join our growing team and find out why Saad Healthcare is a great company to be a part of!
You must have a current valid CNA license. Home health experience is recommended but not required. You must have a valid Mississippi drivers license and car insurance.
You should have a caring temperament, enjoy working with elderly and ill people, possess good communication skills, and have a high level of initiative. You should work well with others and be able to follow instructions.