Do you have a passion for health and wellness and have a loving personality with a caring touch? If your answer is yes, HealthStar Home Health wants you to be part of our team. The catch? It just might be the greatest experience of your life!
Hear what some of our employees have to say about working for HealthStar Home Health.
According to a recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, healthcare jobs and industries are expected to have the fastest employment growth and will add the most jobs between 2014 and 2024. HealthStar Home Health recognizes that as the senior population ages, more and more Minnesota families are tasked with caring for their aging parents as well as caring for their own family. This age group, commonly referred to as the “sandwich” generation, is quickly becoming overwhelmed when their daily job, family commitments and additional duties when caring for their aging parents are all factored in. This type of situation is creating the fast-growing need for various healthcare jobs, including personal care assistants.
In 2015, HealthStar had the opportunity to work with PBS to identify a family who would be willing to be filmed for a documentary they were working on. The PBS documentary “Caring for Mom & Dad” explores the emotional, health and financial challenges that many family caregivers face each day. Take a moment to watch the PBS documentary to understand what our nation is facing with this crisis in caregiving that is upon us.
Home health care encompasses a wide range of health care services that can be provided in the home for illness, injury, or daily care. Understanding how overwhelming and difficult it can be for care for an aging loved one and in an effort to help out the family caregiver, our home health professionals provide unparalleled public health care services ranging from Alzheimer’s and dementia care, behavioral nursing, and home health care nursing and our newest program Behavioral Health Home. One unique care program we offer, the Alzheimer’s Whisperer program, takes an effective approach to support those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias and their family. Our clients also benefit from respite care for daily needs such as bathing and dressing, chores around the home, transportation, and companionship.
HealthStar Home Health serves individuals and health care professionals in a number of cities throughout Minnesota, including the Duluth and Bemidji areas, as well as Arizona and New Mexico. We are a culturally sensitive home health care team that provides services to individuals who are traditionally underserved.
Experience something great – be a part of the HealthStar Home Health family! HealthStar Home Health is a mission-driven team of professionals deeply rooted in the personal and cultural values of the communities we serve. We provide unparalleled public health care services, while at the same time respecting the unique needs of our culturally diverse clientele through stewardship and a genuine desire to serve those in our community.
Interested in being part of the fastest employment growing industry? HealthStar Home Health offers employment opportunities in locations in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota area, as well as northern Minnesota such as Duluth and Bemidji, Arizona and New Mexico. Our company is a group of professionals driven by our mission, and personal, community and cultural values. Visit the Contact Us page of our website to find current open positions as well as an application for employment to complete and submit online.
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