Community Medical Centers of Fresno, CA

  • Registered Nurse (RN), Home Health, Full-Time, 8 Hour

    Requisition ID
    Licensed Nursing Positions
    Community Regional Medical Center (CRMC)
    Posted Date
  • Overview



    Are you a skilled Registered Nurse with at least one year of experience with hands on patient care? 


    Do you enjoy working autonomously with a multidisciplinary staff providing the full spectrum of medical, psychosocial, and rehab needs? 


    We are driven by the central purpose of our mission: “to improve the health status of the community”.  As a RN with the largest private employer in the Central Valley, the average day is anything but average and you will actively feel and see how your role impacts our mission and those we serve. 



    Our growth has allowed for additional expansion of our services and we are looking for extraordinary RN's to join our team.



    As a key member of our Home Health team you will further our mission by:

    • Serving as a liaison between Community Medical Centers and the community by initiating, intervening, and evaluating nursing services to patients in their home.


    Joining our team means that you will have the resources and development opportunities to make a difference in the community you live, as well as grow your career.  If you are seeking a career that matches your passion for helping people then keep on reading below! 



    Your Career at Community | Opportunity. Challenge. Growth. 


    For more than 30 years, Community Home Health has delivered excellent home care to patients and families in Fresno County and surrounding areas – helping them make the transition from hospital to home.


    As a part of Community Regional Medical Center, we are one of the Valley’s largest and most comprehensive programs, offering a full continuum of care, including Home Health and Home Infusion services.  Home care provides a welcome alternative to frequent and prolonged hospital stays.


    In this role some of your key responsibilities would include but are not limited to:

    • Serve as the leader of the patient care team.
    • You will assess your patients and establishes a plan of care engaging the patient and/or family in the process.
    • As a part of your duties, you will also implement the plan of care, including patient and family education, in collaboration with other members of the team.
    • Coordinate the patient's care with other disciplines and within the nursing care team.
    • Clearly communicates expectations to other members of the nursing care team, delegates tasks appropriately, and follows up to ensure that tasks are completed.
    • Assesses the patients’ response to the plan of care, informs MD of changes in the patient's condition, and alters the plan of care as needed.
    • Initiates discharge planning upon admission utilizing appropriate resources.
    • Responsible for skilled nursing care to patients at home under the direction of and in accordance with physician's plan.


    You will be an integral part of the team and serve as a liaison between Community Medical Centers and the community by initiating, intervening, and evaluating nursing services to patients in their homes.


    Experience and education minimum requirements:

    • Graduation from a School of Nursing or successful completion of sufficient units in Nursing to qualify for state licensure.
    • Approximately one year acute care experience.
    • Current California Registered Nurse License.
    • Current BLS certification.
    • Valid California Class C driver's license, proof of auto insurance and a driving record acceptable to Community Medical Center 



    Have questions?  Contact the Home Health Recruiter Brittany Aaronian today at or Text at 559-231-3259.


    Click HERE to learn more about our awesome benefits offerings as well!







    I am a Home Health/Home Infusion RN for Community Home Health. I work autonomously with a multidisciplinary staff to provide the full spectrum of medical, psychosocial, and rehab needs. I serve as a liaison between the hospital and the community by initiating, intervening, and evaluating multidisciplinary care for patients and their families in their home. I care for patients across the age and socioeconomic spectrum. Some of the things I do in the home are: Disease management, systems assessment, and patient and family education about their medications, diet and lifestyle to maximize quality of life and recovery. I work with Clinical Pharmacists to provide high tech IV therapy and nutrition in the patients home, Wound Specialists to promote wound healing for acute and chronic wounds, Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists to maximize strength, mobility, and ADL function, Medical Social Workers to assist with coping and coordinate community resources. I lead a patient care team of RN’s, LVN’s, and Home Care Aids to maximize efficiency and patient outcomes.


    Let me begin by saying I love my job and I would not do anything else!!!! I think what I love the most is seeing patients who are in need of my knowledge and care.   When I see a patient and they tell me it seems you really care it blesses me immensely.  I think what really touch's me is a patient who has very little and they are so appreciative they always give you water, fruit or whatever they have.  Many times I have gone back to my car and cried over their generosity, because they have so little.


    I know a lot of my patients would say I have done so much for them, but I would say they have done more for me.  They make me feel important and valuable as a nurse which is a great feeling.

    Our patients are people just like us maybe with different problems and living conditions, but people just the same. They are someone's mother, daughter, sister, father, brother, or son. They are people when they are ill in need of a gentle word or touch.  If you look in their eyes some are just waiting for a smile and reassurance.  My patients bless me each and every day.



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