Nursing Positions

If you are an RN and have a background in geriatric care management, consider working with a team dedicated to helping seniors live comfortably in their own homes. Our mission is to support dignity, independence, and quality of life despite age and physical limitations. With the help of our independently owned and operated franchises, we hope to keep seniors out of hospitals and assisted living facilities and living independently for as long as possible.

Initial Client Home Evaluations

RNs visit clients in their homes and provide initial evaluations of the physical, psychosocial, and environmental needs of clients and their families. These nurses help develop appropriate patient-centered care plans so that clients receive the best possible home care with respect to conditions or injuries. Nurses counsel clients and their families regarding self-care, chronic condition management, and evaluate clients’ responses to care provided.

Hospital Relations

Nurses act
as the clinical care coordinator for assigned individuals and their families,
collaborating with clients’ other healthcare professionals as needed.
Registered nurses may also initiate referrals as necessary. RNs are a very
important part of a ComForCare franchisee’s growth, as they form the
cornerstone of the new client processing and outreach systems. 

Working with Caregivers

After doing initial client home evaluations, RNs may help select an appropriate caregiver whose personality and skills are compatible with the needs and persona of the client. RNs will review care plans with caregivers to ensure understanding and help clients to receive the best care possible. RNs may also help to train and instruct caregivers on critical skills that may be necessary when assisting with condition management.

A Unique and Interesting Position

RNs that
work with ComForCare offices are ideally those that love working with people
and enjoy a regular change of scenery as opposed to an institutional-style
setting. RNs generally do not have to participate in many “front-line” nursing
activities, acting mainly as a position of authority and performing
administrative-style duties.

RNs must be highly adaptable, able to work a flexible schedule and evaluate situations quickly and concisely to be a good fit with a ComForCare franchised business. RNs must also be highly competent and capable of providing accurate information regarding best practices for client health and condition management.

Join the Team

If you would
like to play a key role in improving the lives of the elderly or disabled, we
invite you to contact your local independently owned and operated ComForCare
franchise regarding nursing positions with that company.

*Each office
is independently owned and operated.

CONTACT US Call a ComForCare Representative Now 800-886-4044