Mission: Pathways provides high-quality, patient and family-centered care in the home, with kindness and respect, promoting comfort, independence and dignity.
Pathways—a Bay Area not-for-profit home health and hospice—today announced that they have been awarded the Certificate of Distinction from The Joint Commission as a Certified Community-Based Palliative Care Program. This prestigious designation is a statement about Pathways dedication and commitment to high quality services to the community and their partners.
Barbara Burgess, CEO of Pathways stated, “Pathways has been providing Community-Based Palliative Care services for over 20 years to the bay area. Earning this prestigious credential from The Joint Commission speaks to the quality, depth, and value of the program. Our clinicians are dedicated to assuring the best care to the residents of the communities we serve and our communities deserve a choice in the continuum of care. Pathways is proud to receive this certificate of distinction in Community-Based Palliative Care.”
The Joint Commission is the nation’s oldest and largest standards-setting and accrediting body in health care. They seek to continuously improve health care for the public and inspire organizations to excel in
Founded in 1977 by a group of Stanford physicians and community members, Pathways is a Bay Area pioneer, leader and innovator in Hospice, Home Health, Palliative Care, Private Duty, and Care Management services. We can provide care at home or in settings such as assisted living, a nursing home, or the hospital.We have offices in Sunnyvale, South San Francisco, and Oakland. Patients and their families know us for our personalized, high quality care, delivered with empathy, kindness, and respect. Our professional relationships say a lot:
Explore a world of opportunities at Pathways. Join our team and truly make a difference in people’s lives! We offer the opportunity for one-on-one patient care in an atmosphere that values your independence and creative problem solving.
When you work at Pathways, you are part of a team that provides high-quality patient and family-centered care in the home with kindness and respect, promoting comfort, independence and dignity. Come be a part of a place that you can be proud of.Enjoy:
We offer full-time, part-time, evening/night on-call, weekends or per diem hours. We will work with you to develop a schedule that helps you brings balance in your life. Pathways serves patients and families in the communities of Alameda County, west Contra Costa County, San Francisco, San Mateo County, and Santa Clara County.
Pathways Home Health, Hospice and Private Duty is committed to a culturally diverse workforce that reflects communities in the very diverse Bay Area we serve. Among our staff 34 languages are spoken!We seek and welcome employees with diverse backgrounds because they enhance the cultural competency of care for our patients.
As a member of our caring team, you will be supported in your career growth through an individualized orientation program and on-going training and continuing education; you will have the opportunity to provide quality one-on-one patient care in an environment that encourages teamwork and professional independence; and you will be assisted in attaining work-family balance through flexible scheduling.
Full-time and part-time employees are eligible for participation in a comprehensive benefit program; your position and your scheduled hours will determine the particular benefits for which you are eligible.
I have been working at Pathways Home Health and Hospice full-time
What I have seen at Pathways is very nimble and efficient and we do more with less. There are talented employees who are much appreciated.
Sometimes burn out can occur if not staffed enough.
Advice to Management
Doing great work - especially with the new management and executives! All very respected folks in the field, a pleasure to work with all of them. Look forward to working here with the improved vision and culture.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Pathways Home Health and Hospice (San Francisco, CA) in January 2018.
Two phone interviews with talent acquisition staff. Fairly straightforward, asking questions based on previous experience and working knowledge. First screening was simply to get approval to be screened the second time. Second screening is more thorough, covering your background and asking role-related questions. No behavioral assesments.
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