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Full time, part time, and per diem positions are available serving our patients in Providence, Kent, Newport and Bristol Counties.  We are hiring registered nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, social workers, therapist assistants, and CNAs.

Recruitment Open House is Tuesday, December 18th from 9:30-12:00 in the Warwick office, 475 Kilvert Street, Building B, Warwick RI.

If you are unable to attend, please email resume to dpagliaro@visitingnursehh.org.

 

Recruitment Open House in Warwick

The Hospice Team at Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice is hosting a one-time drop in support group, “Coping With The Holidays,” on Thursday, December 13th from 1:00-2:30 at the Portsmouth office.  This is an informal gathering for those who are grieving the loss of a loved one.  This will be a time to support one another and discuss ideas for coping during holiday festivities.  The group is open to the public and free of charge.

Coping With The Holidays

The Board of Directors of Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice is pleased to announce the appointment of Jennifer W. Fairbank, RN, BSN, CNHA to be the next Chief Executive Officer of the agency.  Stacey D. Carter, President of the Board, states:  “We are excited to bring Jennifer Fairbank on board to succeed retiring CEO Candace Sharkey, whose shoes will be hard to fill.  Ms. Fairbank’s executive leadership will expand upon the successes that Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice has recently experienced.”

Jennifer Fairbank is Named New CEO

Neils van Namen, a noted health care futurist, conducts a TED talk about the future of hospitals and says that the hospital of the future will be the home.  Watch here: https://mailchi.mp/ted/nielsvannamen?e=e35d72cd67

TED talk says the hospital of the future is the home.

About 40 physical therapists and occupational therapists from our Rehabilitation Department toured Portsmouth’s Home Healthsmith facility to learn about new designs, products, lifts, gadgets and ideas for adapting a home to the needs of seniors with disabilities of all kinds.  Owner Linda Bohmbach demonstrated all kinds of products as well as hi tech devices.

Rehab Team Visits Home Healthsmith

Congratulations Candy!  Rhode Island Monthly’s annual “Best Nurses” September issue has named Candy Sharkey as “Best Nurse Executive of 2018.”  The honor is selected by a peer group of nurses from the American Nursing Association.

Candy Sharkey, CEO, named “Best Nurse Executive of 2018” by RI Monthly magazine

Candy Sharkey, CEO of Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice, receives a check for $10,000 from a State of Rhode Island Legislative Grant to pay for telehealth monitors. Presenting were Rep. Kenneth Mendonca, Rep. John Edwards, Rep. Susan Donovan, and Rep. Marvin Abney. Thank you so much to our local legislators for making this happen!

Legislators Line up $10,000 State Grant

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Charles Hackett, MD, as Medical Director and as Hospice Team Physician.  Dr. Hackett will work with the West office Hospice and Palliative Care Team.  With a background of 40 years in Palliative Care and Occupational Medicine, Dr. Hackett will be an experienced and invaluable member in our West service areas.

Welcome to Dr. Charles Hackett, MD

Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice has been named “Best Superior Performer of 2017” by Strategic Healthcare Programs, a performance analysis data firm that the agency uses to survey all our patients on satisfaction with our services.  This award places us in the top 20% of homecare agencies for patient satisfaction for the calendar year 2017.

SHP names us “Best Superior Performer of 2017” in Patient Satisfaction

November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month.  We celebrated the month by hosting a non-denominational Service of Remembrance Sunday, November 11th at the United Congregational Church in Middletown.  This service is to honor the memories of family and friends who have died in the past year.  In November we also salute the compassionate staff and team that brings end of life dignity to terminal patients in our communities.

National Hospice and Palliative Care Month