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JOL Healthcare, Inc. is a female founded, privately owned, and locally operated home health and hospice company headquartered in central Texas.
Founded in 2013 on “a hope and a prayer” and an unwavering belief that families deserved better, occupational therapist, president & CEO, Sarah Files assembled a team of leaders, clinicians & staff that shared in that vision. Now an established and quickly growing health care company, we haven’t lost our start up spirit, and we’re proud of that.
Our 5 Core Values: Honesty, Integrity, Passion, Compassion and Collaboration are what guide us on our mission to touch 1,000,000,000 lives through home health and hospice. We carry out this mission by drawing on our exceptional strengths as a Cohesive Team, offering Comprehensive Care, and Concierge Communication.
But, enough about us.
United in vision and values, we understand that our greatest strength is our team.
We value each member of TEAM JOL and know that without YOU, there is no TEAM JOL and that we are unable to provide services. We strive to recruit and retain the very best professionals in the industry and continue to both develop and support work-life integration, because we know that cared-for people provide better care.
Do you want to work with a team that values you as a person, as well as your contribution to the team?
Do you expect excellent training and continuing education and mentoring?
Do you want to be part of an organization with the expertise of a larger corporation and the energy of a start up?
Home Health Clinical Positions
Home Health LVN – Central Austin
Primary function is to administer skilled nursing care, under the supervision of a registered nurse, for patients/clients of all ages in their places of residence. Participates in the coordination of care with the interdisciplinary team, patient/client, family, and physician.
Palliative Care RN
The Palliative Care RN plans and delivers direct patient care utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, interventions, implementation, and evaluation; and effectively interacts with patients, families, and other interdisciplinary team members while maintaining standards of professional nursing and clinical competency. The Palliative Care RN is responsible for identifying and coordinating patient/family care to support patients and families in home, skilled nursing facilities and other residential care facilities. They will coordinate and case manage using techniques that include person and family centered care planning, shared decision making, symptom management, and counseling. The Palliative Care RN endeavors to utilize teaching, assessment, and intervention skills to provide symptom management and maximize the quality of life for the patients and families.
Hospice RN Case Manager
Primary functions are to administer skilled nursing care for clients of all ages in their place of residence, coordinate care with the interdisciplinary team, patient/family and referring agency; and assumes the responsibility for coordination of care.
The Branch Director is a registered professional nurse who oversees day to day clinical branch operations and who provides oversight of all patient/client care services and personnel. The primary function is to coordinate care with the interdisciplinary team, patient/client, family and referring agency. Administers skilled nursing care for patients/clients of all ages in their place of residence and assumes responsibility for continuity, appropriateness, and quality of services delivered. Directs clinical staff with regard to Agency policies and procedures. May also be called Patient Care Manager, Case Manager, Assistant Manager, or other similar title.
Home Health Account Executive
Primary function is to act as liaison between Agency and the community regarding customer needs. Responsibilities include developing new referral sources, maintaining those relationships and consistently promoting JOL Healthcare throughout the healthcare community; while maintaining the standards of practice consistent with quality health care and maximizing human, financial and equipment resources. The qualified candidate must grow and maintain a pipeline of patient referral sources to consistently increase the agency’s overall patient census.
Hospice Regional Administrator/Executive Director
The Regional Hospice Administrator will be responsible for providing the leadership and management of the day-to-day operations to financial and operational performance targets: from the beginning admissions process to clinical patient services, to on-going administrative service and support to all Division personnel. They will oversee the entire hospice program and be responsible for the compliance and performance of its services.