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Metropolitan Jewish Health System
United States, New York, Brooklyn
Jul 03, 2024

$10,000 Sign-On Bonus or Student Loan Assistance!

MJHS is a large not-for-profit health system in the Greater New York area. Our range of health services include home care, hospice and palliative care for adults and children, rehabilitation and nursing care at Menorah and Isabella Centers, and the research based MJHS Institute for Innovation and Palliative Care. We also offer Elderplan/HomeFirst: health plans for Medicare and dual-eligible individuals. As a not-for-profit organization, many of our programs and services are made possible through the generosity of grateful families, corporate donors and grants, as well as our own employees.

At MJHS, quality care is our mission. We are committed to creating a workforce as diverse as our community. We have a great culture; we offer great benefits that include a work/life balance and competitive rates.

MJHS attracts individuals who see their work as a calling as well as a job. Professionals in every job category have stated that they appreciate being left to make their own decisions, are encouraged to voice their opinions, and are given the necessary breathing room to do their work with minimal supervision. Yet, at the same time, they feel that management and their co-workers are solidly behind them and readily accessible.

MJHS Home Care provides advanced clinical services and emotional support to patients recovering from illness, injury, or surgery. With a comprehensive range of services supported by an integrated health system, patients can recover in the familiar surroundings of their home.

Patients trust and rely on your judgment. And so do we!

Someone with your depth of compassion, clinical insight and strong decision-making capabilities is the ideal person to map out and oversee the process of a patient's recovery from illness, injury or surgery at home.

  • Reporting to the Coordinator of Care Nurse, you will be responsible for seeing patients in their home for revisits based on a skilled need
  • You will implement the plan of care and evaluate the treatment
  • You will document the visit electronically and completing documentation within 24-48 hours

ursing, LPN, homecare, home care licensed practical nurse

  • NY StateLPNLicense required
  • Minimum of one year Med/surg experience in a hospital or Longterm Care facility required
  • Drivers License and Car required
  • Bilingual Spanish, Mandarin or Cantonese preferred
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