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At Impact4Life Services, we are passionate about making a positive impact on lives and improving communities through our exceptional home health care services. We believe that everyone deserves quality care in the comfort of their own homes, promoting independence, well-being, and a higher quality of life.

Join Our Team!

Are you passionate about providing exceptional care and improving the lives of others? At our home health care agency, we're dedicated to making a positive impact on individuals and their communities. We're seeking compassionate individuals like you to join our team and help us create a meaningful difference in the lives of those we serve.

As a member of our team, you'll have the opportunity to deliver personalized and compassionate care to individuals in the comfort of their own homes. Whether you're a skilled nurse, caregiver, therapist, or administrative professional, your skills and commitment are vital in our mission to enhance well-being and promote independence.

If you're looking for a rewarding career where you can truly make a difference, we invite you to join our home health care team. Together, let's create a positive impact in the lives of those we care for and contribute to healthier, happier communities."

Open Positions

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN):

Briefly describe your degree and any other highlights about your studies you want to share. Be sure to include relevant skills you gained, accomplishments you achieved or milestones you reached during your education.LPNs provide basic nursing care under the supervision of registered nurses or physicians. They administer medications, monitor patients' vital signs, dress wounds, assist with personal care, and educate patients on health management. LPNs typically complete a state-approved practical nursing program and must pass the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN).

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA):

CNAs provide direct care to patients, assisting with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, feeding, and mobility. They also take vital signs, provide emotional support, and maintain patient records. CNAs must complete a state-approved nursing assistant training program and pass a competency evaluation.

Home Health Aide (HHA):

HHAs provide personal care and support services to individuals in their homes. They assist with bathing, grooming, medication reminders, light housekeeping, and meal preparation. HHAs may also provide companionship and monitor patients' condition. Formal training and certification requirements for HHAs vary by state.

Care Coordinator:

Care coordinators oversee and coordinate care plans for patients, ensuring they receive appropriate services and resources. They assess patients' needs, develop care plans, arrange appointments, communicate with healthcare providers, and monitor the effectiveness of treatment. A bachelor's degree in a healthcare-related field is typically required for care coordinator roles.

Home Health Administrator:

Home health administrators oversee the operations of a home health agency. They manage administrative tasks, ensure compliance with regulations, develop and implement policies and procedures, handle financial management, supervise staff, and maintain effective communication with patients, families, and healthcare professionals. A bachelor's or master's degree in healthcare administration or a related field is typically required.

Patient Advocate:

Patient advocates support and advocate for patients' rights, needs, and well-being. They assist patients in navigating the healthcare system, provide information and guidance, resolve conflicts, and ensure patients receive appropriate care and services. Qualifications for patient advocate roles can vary, but strong communication, problem-solving, and advocacy skills are essential.


Please complete the form to apply for a position with us. Or send your resume and cover letter to!  Please note, we will not start hiring for position until September 2023!

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