I love that I can take care of my patients and their families at one of the most difficult transitions of their lives. I can give them the one on one attention that they need and deserve in the privacy of their own home. I also love the fact that I feel like I am part of one big family at VNH. I feel that we can be helpful and supportive to each other in everything we do every day. I feel like I have been given all of the support that I need to be successful in everything I do.
Robin Keith, RN – 1 year with VNH
I continue to work at VNH because I feel valued, respected, and part of a team. Care and affection are needed at all times, so serving on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic is important to me. I may be on the receiving end one day, so I do as I would want done to me.
Monique Mucheke, LNA – 2 years with VNH
Having worked at other clinical settings, I felt that working with VNH has been such an enriching experience for me. I essentially follow my clients transition from a recent hospitalization to preparing them for a return to work. It gives me a sense of pride in what I do and why I should keep doing it.
Edison A. Bono, PT, DPT – 6 years with VNH
I frequently tell people that I wish I had found this job years ago. Every job has its good and bad points, but over my 30 years of nursing this is the job that I have loved the most. I enjoy working with our patients on a 1:1 basis. I use a variety of nursing skills and have had the opportunity to further my knowledge and have become wound care certified. I get to see people in their home environment which lets me understand better what their specific needs are. Working for VNH has truly made me a more knowledgeable and experienced nurse.
Traci Smith, RN – 6 years with VNH
I feel that we have a very strong team here at VNH. I think the saying 'it takes a village' is very important when it comes to home care. I feel supported when I am out in the field on my own and can call the office and speak to an RN or my supervisor if I need anything. That goes along way! Also, I enjoy the beautiful drives that I get to endure every day.
Kayla Thompson, LPN – 2 years with VNH
I love my job and I love being a PT. Since a very young age, I have always wanted to work in medicine. It's rewarding to see patients achieve personal goals, whether it's to improve walking, decrease pain, increase strength/balance, or breathe easier. I know each day I make a difference in some small way. I can't see myself doing anything else.
Jennifer Kiser, DPT – 3 years with VNH
My favorite part about working for Help at Home is the wide range of personal relationships I have the privilege of building with my clients. I meet people from all walks of life, those who have lived all over the world, and people from various cultures. I can honestly say this is the first job I've had that I'm excited to go to work every day. At Help at Home we are a lot like a big family and the leadership is phenomenal!
Gloria Yaeger, PCS – 4 years with Help at Home