The recent change in leadership at the Extended Family Care office in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has spurred an immediate demand for staff. “We are in need of nurses and aides to fill a steady influx of new clients”, said Nicole Kelly, Administrator of the Pittsburgh office. She is pleased with the recent growth the office has experienced since her new team came into play in October.
“We have been attending local career fairs and conducting daily Open Interviews in the office to meet the demand”, Ms. Kelly continued. Most recently, Autumn Tartt, Patient Care Advocate, attended a Nursing Recruiting Fair at CCAC Boyce Campus and hopes to bring in promising candidates who had attended.
In addition to the local exposure of community events, Extended Family Care is conducting Open Interviews for candidates seeking flexible employment in the Pittsburgh area. They currently have a need for Home Health Aides, Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses throughout the area and hope to employ several hundred throughout 2018. The office is located at 3424 William Penn Highway – Suite 220 in Penn Center, Monroeville.
If you or someone you know is seeking employment in Home Health Care please visit www.extendedfamilycare.com or call 888-660-6478 for more information. Interviews are being scheduled in all areas of Pittsburgh, Allentown and Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
If you or an aging loved one are considering Home Health Care Services near Quarryville PA, contact the caring staff at Extended Family Care of Lancaster. Call today at (717) 205-2174.
A long-time resident of Lancaster County, Mary Lynne enjoys spending time with her husband Terry, and their 3 horses and collies. The countless hours of caring for her client and employee-based “family” at work and at home can truly depict the selfless character of Mary Lynne Heller. Mary Lynne is a Google Verified Author
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