Mission: We provide Trusted Care that our patients and families can depend
on every day. That’s the PSA difference.
Use your nursing skills to make a difference in a child’s life. Work for a compassionate company with 30 years of caring experience. Find great, career-building opportunities with one of the largest pediatric care providers in the country. It’s all here when you make the move to PSA.
The PSA MyWay Program lets you work with us on your terms. The PSA Part-time Program is for those looking for one shift or a number of shifts on a part-time basis. We offer our unique, FastStart Program for new LPN grads. We also offer our Weekend Program and a Restart Program for those looking to get their nursing career going again.
At PSA, we want to make sure that all of our nurses are well-prepared and comfortable in the homes of the children they visit. That’s why we have a special training center at each location to help you refresh and train on any skill you might need.
Ask any of our nurses and you will see that this is more than a job. It’s a chance to make an incredible difference in the life of a child who needs you desperately.
Pediatric home care is nursing in its purest form – it’s one nurse caring for one patient without the stress and strain of other settings. Working here, you’ll have the time to get to know your patients and see the difference you’re making.
PSA Healthcare has a rich history of providing the highest quality, most compliant, care in the home care industry. Our patients and their families consistently rank PSA above national averages in patient satisfaction scores.
PSA originated as a respiratory therapy company more than 30 years ago and in 1989 made the decision to become the first and only national provider to specialize in Pediatric Home Care services.
Today, PSA Healthcare provides home care services to medically fragile patients in 17 states through our rapidly growing network of 70, company owned and operated, branch offices.
In more recent years, as a result of overwhelming demand for the quality of care we provide, PSA has been providing more and more adult home care services in addition to maintaining our national focus on Medically Complex Children.
Acknowledging that patients at home have special needs, PSA Healthcare has been a forerunner in setting the standard for highly skilled in-home nursing services; raising the level of clinical expertise in the home care community. PSA’s broad range of services expands beyond in-home Private Duty Nursing care to include in-home aide services, respite care, school nurse services, therapies, and rehabilitation.
Because of PSA’s unrivalled reputation and patient satisfaction scores, we have received ever increasing demand for new branches and services. PSA has responded to this demand by opening new branches and expanding care-offerings in recent years. The ongoing growth and success of PSA Healthcare remains dependent on the proven formula of the past to consistently deliver compassionate, committed care for medically fragile patients. We continue to put Trusted Care at the forefront of everything that we do.
Through the use of a family-centered care approach, PSA Healthcare nurses work closely with the family to build confidence and create and implement the right care plan. Care that supports family involvement. Care that improves the quality of lives and fosters independence.
At PSA Healthcare, we encourage our employees to advance their skills. Our competitive scholarship program is open to all PSA Healthcare employees for job-related education.
One of the benefits that we offer to our caregivers is electronic charting which eliminates the need to drop-off or mail paper notes and allows you to spend more time with your patient.
We have teamed up with several colleges and universities to develop educational partnership programs that provide the convenience of online education and the affordability of reduced tuition rates.
Another benefit we offer to our caregivers is weekly pay via multiple payment options, including debit card.
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I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at PSA Healthcare (Charlotte, NC).
After speaking briefly on telephone with manager, I had an intial individual interview with at the office with manager which included a short written competency test. Then I attended a 2 day skills assessment and orientation. Required to demonstrate skills competencies on simulated patients and passed written medical calculations test after watching videos during group orientation. Lower hourly rate was paid for orientation time. Proof or current nursing license, cpr certification and negative ppd was also required at time of hire.
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