ACCURATE HOME CARE
Running through Friday, July 31st, Accurate Home Care will be offering our Welcome Bonus in which we are offering a $3000 bonus to RNs and LPNs who choose to take either part-time or full-time employment with us. The eligibility criteria for new nurses include: Must be a Licensed RN or LPN in good standing with
I can’t begin to express how proud I am of our ~750 Care Providers here at Accurate Home Care. Nearly every Care Provider – whether Nurse or PCA or Mental Health Workder or Homemaker – has consistently arrived on-time for their scheduled shifts since this pandemic started. Moreover, only a fraction of our patents have
The global spread of COVID-19 is affecting each of us. We are closely following the Minnesota Department of Health, CDC, and World Health Organization for updates and guidance. To stay up-to-date on the virus, please visit these sites as well as the John Hopkins University COVID-19 Dashboard. Utmost in our minds is the quality and safety of our patient
We have a number of current job openings: Part-time and Full time RN’s and LPN’s Personal Care Attendant Mental Health Clinical Supervisor Mental Health Practitioner Clinical Trainee Please apply by clicking on the link. Once you apply, you’ll be contacted by our recruiting team and we’ll help you get the ball rolling. Remember – here
Accurate Home Care was the first home care company in the State of Minnesota to offer it’s employees the cutting edge ICHRA – Individual Contribution Health Reimbursement Account for health insurance. The ICHRA allows employers to subsidize individual health insurance plans. Accurate employees can use their partially-company-funded ICHRAs (pronounced “ick-rahs”) to buy individual-market health insurance
After a nearly two-year exit from the Home Health market, Accurate Home Care has re-entered the Home Health market. “This time, we’re entering the market the right way by paying attention both to our operational expertise as well as paying close attention to following Conditions of Participation and other compliance rules” said Bill English, CEO.