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    Lots of Opportunities. Supportive supervisors. Flexible with schedule


    poor communication. Pay is low and travel can be longer than the actual nursing care.

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Epic Health Services.


    I first had a very basic phone screening interview. Typical questions about my resume and experience. Next I had to take an online skills assessment that was monitored by another person. It asked about coding and your ability to pick up on it. The next week I received an email that they were moving on with other candidates.

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  • Epic Health Services update
    30+ days ago

    Please take a moment to appreciate the amazing and resilient children that we are privileged to serve every day in this patient slideshow. These kids are fighting for their lives, dreams, and futures. We stand with them as partners, and their fight is our fight, too. We’re all in this together. Music Credit: Slideshow features Rachel Platten’s incredible “Fight Song”

    Making the Epic Difference Slideshow | Skilled Nursing

    Epic can help your children by providing pediatric skilled nursing, pediatric therapy, and pediatric behavioral and autism services.

  • Epic Health Services update
    30+ days ago

    Great advice from regional nursing director, Jill Peacock, for caregivers everywhere. “Seek opportunities in organizations that value staff development and training. Continue to develop your clinical skills and look for opportunities to gain competence in the care of patients with complex medical conditions. Learn to work effectively on multidisciplinary teams. Be open to feedback from mentors, supervisors and co-workers. Never stop learning.”

    Competence In Patients With Complex Medical Conditions Is Key

    Jill Peacock is the regional nursing director for Epic Health Services, which is considered a leading pediatric home healthcare company in the US. Peacock has over 20 years healthcare management experience. She is trained in everything from home health regulatory compliance to program development, and has a doctorate from John Hopkins University School of Nursing in nursing practice.


Additional Info

Website www.epichealthservices.com
Headquarters Dallas, TX
Size 5001 to 10000 Employees
Founded 2001
Type Company - Private
Industry Health Care
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Epic Health Services is a leading provider of pediatric skilled nursing, therapy, and autism services, as well as spectrum of adult home healthcare services, including skilled nursing, therapy, personal care, and behavioral health nursing. By maintaining a precise focus on quality care and extraordinary service, Epic continues to grow and serve more patients across the ... More

Mission: To provide medically fragile children and others in need with the highest quality home health care, delivering it with compassion and extraordinary client service, to enhance the quality of life of our patients and their families.

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