Mobile Nursing Extended Care Agency, Inc. is a licensed and MediCal certified home health agency. We provide extended hours care, or referred to as private duty, to qualifying patients, primarily in their place of residence. Most of our patients’ care is coordinated with and paid for through MediCal Waiver programs, Regional Center, and CCS. However, we are also able to provide care for private pay including private insurance patients.
If you are passionate about improving the lives and health of children, you have the opportunity to make a difference every day by working with Mobile Nursing Extended Care Agency. We are searching for LVNs that love being around children, and our current team will tell you that their days are very rewarding.
Mobile Nursing Extended Care Agency focuses on the healthcare needs of children with special needs. This includes cerebral palsy, Down’s syndrome, and numerous other conditions. Our LVN team plays an integral role in caring for these inspiring, resilient children.
When you work with Mobile Nursing Extended Care Agency, you begin by individually assessing each child. Our interdisciplinary team works together to develop and modify care plans to meet the unique needs of each patient. We love seeing the progress these patients make, and we are committed to improving the quality of their lives.
Your professional input is welcomed and valued. When you notice a problem, our interdisciplinary team will work with you to find a solution that benefits the patient.
As a patient advocate, you can connect various people and groups to provide the best possible environment for each patient. Working with and educating caregivers is an important piece of caring for the entire family unit. In addition, you can ensure the family receives proper supports by connecting them with social and developmental community resources.
Your LVN position gives you the vital opportunity to intervene when medical issues occur. Whether this means wound care or administering prescription medication, your care helps patients recover and thrive.