Overview

Centria Healthcare and Centria Home Rehabilitation are always looking to hire caring, professional and dedicated HHAs and CNAs. A healthy work life balance is considered in the structure of our organization. We want our clients and staff healthy and happy. We love what we do and have a high expectation of service. We are growing tremendously and are looking forward to adding great individuals to our team. We understand that our employees are our greatest asset. 

 

Responsibilities

  1. Perform duties outlined in patient's plan of care
  2. Observe client’s physical, mental and emotional conditions.
  3. Report any changes
  4. Document observed changes
  5. Assisting with daily living
 

Required Qualifications, Skills, and Knowledge

  1. Excellent oral and written communication skills
  2. Ability to follow verbal and written instructions 
  3. Ability to utilize computers/tablets and computer software
  4. Maintains a current valid Driver License and Auto Insurance, proof and updates must be provided to the Compliance Department
  5. Current negative TB skin test or negative chest X-ray
  6. Current flu vaccine
  7. CPR certified

Benefits to choosing Centria:

Healthcare benefits:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision

Additional benefits offered:

  • Sick Pay
  • Flexible schedule
  • Paid training
  • Virtual Orientation
  • Electronic charting
  • Dedicated staffing specialists
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Referral bonus
  • COVID supply support
  • Tuition Assistance Program 
  • 24/7 On Call support
  • Highest quality metrics in the industry
  • Opportunities for advancement within the organization

 

 

Founded in 2009 and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, Centria Healthcare is a leading provider of home-based catastrophic injury and rehabilitation care, private duty nursing, and supportive living services across the state of Michigan.  Centria coordinates among multiple disciplines for its rehabilitation services including physical therapy and occupational therapy.  Transcending beyond the role of traditional home healthcare providers, Centria has established itself as a market leader through its diverse expertise spanning from the rehabilitation of those who have experienced a Traumatic Brain Injury or Spinal Cord Injury to children dependent on technology.  Centria has developed the most comprehensive programs to care for individuals involved in the most serious accidents with potentially long-term complications relating to those accidents.

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