Q: What positions does Lifetime Care typically recruit for?
A: We are usually recruiting for:
- Registered Nurses
- Home Health Aides
- Social Workers (L-MSW preferred)
- Physical Therapists
- Occupational Therapists
Q: What is Lifetime Care’s service area?
A: We serve Monroe, Wayne, Seneca, Ontario, Yates, Schuyler, Cayuga, and Livingston Counties.
Q: What home health care nursing opportunities are usually available at Lifetime Care?
A: We are always looking for quality RNs with experience in med/surg, infusion, cardiac care, new mother/baby care and general post-acute home health care care.
Q: What types of hospice nursing careers does Lifetime Care offer ?
A: Lifetime Care is the leading provider of Hospice care as well as adult and pediatric palliative care in Monroe, Wayne and Seneca Counties. Registered Nurses are recruited for:
- Hospice & Palliative Care Home Care Team.
- Hildebrandt Hospice Center - Our 11-bed Inpatient Hospice Facility
- Skilled Nursing Facility Hospice Team
Q: I am a Physical Therapist aspiring to break in to community health. I have a friend who is on Occupational Therapist looking to do the same. What do you look for in Rehabilitative team candidates?
A: To be considered for a Physical Therapist or Occupational Therapist opportunity in home health care, you must be a graduate of an accredited school of Physical Therapy and possess 2+ of post-graduate experience.
Q: Does Lifetime Care offer training to become a Home Health Aide?
A: Yes and best of all, it's free! We offer 3 week sessions all year long in three locations.
Q: What if I am a C.N.A., Certified Home Health Aide or nursing student? Do I have to go through the training program?
A: If you are a nursing student and have completed the course "Nursing 101/Fundamentals," are a C.N.A or Certified Home Health Aide with current experience (within a year), you may be eligible to be exempt from training by passing a written exam and completing an in-person skills competency evaluation.