We're Hiring Home Care Registered Nurses!
Are you a nurse looking for a top-notch career where you can provide one-on-one care? Look no further than HopeHealth Visiting Nurse! Be part of a team that makes a true difference, in a professional rewarding environment.
An Occupational Therapist in Smallest State Looks at Big Picture
Occupational Therapy Month celebrates OTs like Elizabeth Barr, who helps HopeHealth patients do the things they want and need to do to maintain independence and reach their goals.
Volunteers return to pre-COVID-19 roles … but don’t call it a comeback
HopeHealth volunteers adapted to virtual roles after the pandemic hit last year. Now they’ve started coming back to in-person volunteering — just in time for National Volunteer Week!
New York Times asks HopeHealth about grief after COVID-19
A return to normal after Covid-19 might not be easy for people coping with grief. Our grief support expert urges empathy and understanding for others as society opens up again.
Hospice and palliative care physicians are team players every day
HopeHealth medical director Dr. J. Russell Corcoran reflects on his good fortune to recover from the virus and to work on a great team of hospice and palliative care providers.
Home care team social worker meets patients where they are
HopeHealth Visiting Nurse social worker Deirdre Marzano reaches into her “bag of goodies” to give patients something to talk about — advance directives.
Certified Nurses Day recognizes expertise, dedication to nursing
In honor of Certified Nursing Day, HopeHealth applauds its nurses who make a commitment to stay on top of their clinical care skills.
Hospice social worker helps patients and families make the most of each day
Hospice social worker Sandi Romano has worked in her field for 47 years. Learn the pearls of wisdom she’s picked up along the way.
All the right moves: how a hospice float nurse supports the care team
Hospice is a calling to bear witness and support families through the experience of losing a loved one. “I don’t think of hospice as a job. I think of it as my life’s work,” says Sheila Driscoll, RN, hospice float nurse. Find out why hospice nursing is so inspiring.
7 reasons to become a home care nurse
Home health care nurses love that they get one-on-one time with their patients. But that’s not all. Find out these seven reasons to become a home care nurse.