As a Licensed Practical Nurse / LPN working for BAYADA Home Health Care, is a rewarding opportunity to deliver the highest quality skilled nursing care in Chester County.  Our Patients' are medically fragile and are hoping with your total care experience create significant difference in their quality of life.

BAYADA Home Health Care is the future for skilled health care solutions for families that are ready to bring their loved one’s home to provide a safe environment and quality of life they deserve.

Whether you are looking for something supplemental or considering a career change, we work with our Licensed Practical Nurse / LPN to create a schedule that will meet your needs.



  • Our office located in Downingtown, PA; only required travel to our office once a year for annual comp’s
  • Health Benefits
  • 4, 8, 12-hour shifts - Flexible scheduling Day, Evening, Overnight & Weekends - 24/7 365 days a year
  • Small office community
  • Scholarship for continuing education is encouraged
  • Consistent Employee Recognition and Reward
  • Non-profit, family owned
  • 1:1 Client to Nurse ratio
  • Best Place to work by Glassdoor in 2017, 2018 & 2019 Best Home Care Provider awarded by HomeCare Plus

We have immediate needs for Licensed Practical Nurse / LPN in the following areas:

  •  West Chester, Kennett Square, Landenberg, Avondale, Coatesville, Oxford

Licensed Practical Nurse / LPN Responsibilities

  • Assessments
  • Medication administration
  • Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team
  • Emergency management 

Licensed Practical Nurse / LPN Qualifications

  • A minimum of 1 year of experience as a Licensed Practical Nurse / LPN
  • Active Licensed Practical Nurse / LPN license
  • Active CPR certification
  • Trach / Vent experience is helpful, but will train plus enhanced hourly pay


If you have any questions or need direct assistance please email or call our Recruiting Manager for the Adult Skilled Nursing Office in Downingtown, PA that services the Chester County region.

Natalie Woods

Recruiting Manager

Direct Line (610) 269 - 3444


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