Careers At Health Force

Working in home health care has many benefits and rewards but first is deciding what career path is right for you. We are always interested in hiring passionate and caring people so call us at 716-855-2273 or apply online today!

Job Openings

Home Health Aide (HHA)
Home Health Aide is the highest level of paraprofessional in home care. The job of an HHA is very important and takes training patience, passion and a willingness to help others. HHA's are responsible for health-related tasks as well as personal care tasks. Health tasks can include taking the patient's temperature, pulse and respiration rate. HHA's also assist by applying any medicated creams, wound care and helping patients take their medications.
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Personal Care Aide (PCA)
Personal care aides perform homemaker services. Homemaker services include such tasks as making and changing a patient's bed, cleaning the kitchen and running necessary errands for the patient. Other responsibilities may include helping the patient pay bills or grocery shop.
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Personal Care Aide (PCA) — Level II
After required training PCAs can add responsibilities to their work tasks. The training is offered at no cost to the employee and is 40 hours of basic training. Level II PCA's can then help patients with bathing, grooming, dressing and walking as well as helping with basic wound care or assistance with equipment such as wheelchairs.
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Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
LPNs provide services in accordance to the plan of care for each individual client which could be a mediation regime or trach or vent care - they would be required to follow the plan of care signed by a phsyciain and participate in the assessment planning implementation and evlauation of nursing care.
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Registered Nurse (RN) Supervisor
RNs are responsible for ensuring that client's medical needs are being addressed and met by the entire team. RN Supervisors regularly visit the clients to have face to face communication and to discuss any concerns client's may have regarding their care or their health. They will monitor the home care workers performance and paperwork and ensure that Health Force's high standards of care are carried out.
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Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
If you are a CNA working in a nursing home or hospital we can easily adapt your skills and training to the homecare industry. We can quickly get you working as an HHA or PCA and helping our clients.
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Service Coordinator
This Social Work Position assists adults across the life span that has disabilities and/or chronic illness and desire to live in the community rather than in a nursing facility. The Social Worker in this position will assist applicants and participants to obtain services through the Nursing Home Transition Diversion Medicaid Waiver program (NHTD) or the Traumatic Brain Injury Medicaid Waiver Program (TBI) as well as other local, state and federally funded services that will support their desire to safely live in the community. Individuals who are interested in either of these programs may be current residents of a residential health care facility, or may decide to use one of the waiver programs to prevent institutionalization.
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