Join the Avery Home Health team
If this describes the type of place you’d like to work, we encourage you to meet with us.
As a member of the Avery Homecare team, you’ll enjoy:
- Very competitive compensation
- Medical, dental and 401(k) for those who qualify
- Flexible scheduling
- Helpful, organized support staff
- Continuing education opportunities with tuition reimbursement
- A point of contact any time, 24/7
At Avery, we’re doing all we can to help make your job easier in the field. For example, we’re currently exploring system-wide technology that can substantially lower the amount of paperwork you have to deal with. Our goal is to enable you to spend more time with the patient and less time filling out forms. We also help you stay on top of advances in home healthcare through continuing education – and with case conferences every the week, we give you the opportunity to share solutions and review topics relevant to your daily life.
Turnover is low at Avery Healthcare – but we are always looking for exceptional people to join our staff. If you’re an RN, LPN, PT, OT, speech therapist, social worker or other home health professional, please contact us. We’d love to welcome you into our family. For even more opportunities visit the Jobs Board on our Corporate site
About Our Services
RNs and LPNs
Our nurses include both RNs and LPNs. These nurses work directly with the patient’s doctor, serving as a liaison between physician and patient. By continually evaluating the patient’s condition, writing orders, handling wound care and IV care, managing medications and coordinating healthcare solutions on behalf of the patient, your Welcome Home nurse can be the key to recovery or medical stability.
Our physical therapists come to the patient’s home for therapies such as strength training, range of motion exercises and pain relief. By working in the patient’s home, the PT can help with real-life challenges like mastering a set of stairs or getting into the tub safely.
Our occupational therapists come to the home to train the patient in skills of daily living. These professionals work with the patient on everything from how to hold a spoon to buttoning buttons.
Speech therapists assist with a variety of patients, including those recovering from stroke. These therapists not only help with speaking – they also re-teach swallowing techniques, mostly for stroke and cancer patients.