Western Connecticut Health Network is anchored by three nationally-recognized hospitals – Danbury Hospital, New Milford Hospital and Norwalk Hospital as well as over 70 outpatient practice locations and a home health care agency. We are united by our mission to improve the health and well-being of those who live in the communities we proudly call home. We’re committed to building a healthier community through personalized care without compromise.
Please join our established and busy Connecticut locations. All locations are within close proximity of New York City and Hartford. We offer a comprehensive compensation package, including competitive salary, generous medical benefits and paid time off.
1. Assessment of physical, emotional, socio-economic needs and environmental needs of patients and their families.
2. Identification of problems utilizing patient database, nursing process and physician's plan of treatment.
3. Develops a plan of care and interprets to the patient and family the implications of the diagnosis and the nature
of treatment consistent with the physician's plan of treatment.
4. Coordination of services with the patient, family and others involved in the care plan.
5. Regular evaluation of patient progress, prompt action when any change in the patient's condition is noted or
reported, and termination of care when goals for management are attained, or when termination of a case is
required according to Agency policy.
6. Observes, evaluates and reports to the physician the patient's physical and mental condition; reaction to drugs or treatments. Interprets to the physician social and physical factors in the environment, which affect physical care.
7. Identification of patient and family needs for other home health services and referral for same, when appropriate.
8. Responsibility for supervisor of the services rendered to the patient and family by the homemaker/home health
aide, according to State and Federal guidelines and Joint Commission standards, and submission of periodic
evaluation of such to the Home Health Aide Supervisor.
9. May visit and complete an assessment of assigned patients receiving homemaker/home health aide services as
often as necessary, based on the patient’s condition, but not less than every two (2) weeks for patients receiving more than homemaker/home health aide service, and not less frequent then every four (4) weeks for patients receiving homemaker/home health aide only.
10. Consults about individual or family health problems with other professional workers such as nutritionists,
respiratory therapists, social workers, and behavioral health nurse.
11. Identifies and interprets health needs of the community to the Agency.
12. Fulfills all compliance responsibilities related to the position.
Ability to travel to Patient's home within Fairfield County (Danbury, Bethel, Norwalk, or other areas may be included based on needs)