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Achieve Rehab and Nursing

This company is an alias of Achieve Rehab and Nursing Facility
Nursing home in Liberty, New York

Address:

170 Lake St, Liberty, NY 12754

Phone:

(845) 292-4200
Achieve Rehab and Nursing Center is an advanced rehabilitation and nursing facility located in Liberty, NY. offering a wide range of services.
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Housekeeping Aide
Achieve Rehab and NursingLiberty, NY
NOW HIRING: Housekeeping Aides: Full time/Part time Day Shift Evening Shift Qualifications: High school diploma Housekeeping experience preferred LTC/SNF experience preferred Achieve Rehab and Nursing is a Drug Free Workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer
Full-time
Last updated 18 days ago
Dietary Aide
Achieve Rehab and NursingLiberty, NY
Achieve Nursing and Rehab is a Skilled Nursing Facility that provides quality care to 140 residents.
Last updated 18 days ago
Laundry Aide
Achieve Rehab and NursingLiberty, NY
Achieve Rehabilitation and Nursing Facility is a long-term skilled nursing facility and a short-term sub-acute rehabilitation center featuring physical, occupational and speech therapy.
Full-time
Last updated 18 days ago
Director of Nursing
Achieve Rehab and NursingLiberty, NY
The ADON is responsible for monitoring nursing staff, nursing activities, and patient care, as well as ensuring nursing activities are in compliance with federal, state, and local standards.
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Assistant
Achieve Rehab and NursingLiberty, NY
Basic carpentry (sheet rock, spackling, painting, wallpaper)
Last updated 30+ days ago
Unit Assistant
Achieve Rehab and NursingLiberty, NY
Benefits: Advancement opportunitiesGenerous Paid Time Off policyMedical/vision/dental insuranceUniform reimbursementEmployee recognition awards Responsibilities:Assist the CNAs/LPNs and RNs on the floor by answering call bells, transporting residents to and from visitation areas, stocking supplies in resident rooms, assisting with oral care, nail care and much more.
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
CNA
Achieve Rehab and NursingLiberty, NY
Competitive salary - experienced staff can earn up to $18/hr
Last updated 30+ days ago
Phlebotomist
Achieve Rehab and NursingLiberty, NY
We are currently seeking a PRN Certified Phlebotomist Technician.
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
BDC Assistant
Achieve Rehab and NursingLiberty, NY
Perform general secretarial and administrative duties as required or directed by the Administrator and HR Director in support of the administrative functions of all departments within the Facility.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Director
Achieve Rehab and NursingLiberty, NY
We are currently seeking a Director of Therapeutic Recreation for our skilled nursing facility that will enhance the quality of life for our beloved residents.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Maintenance Assistant
Achieve Rehab and NursingLiberty, NY
Associated topics: athletic, backfill, grounds maintenance, labor, mower, superintendent, surface, tree maintenance, tree pruner, trimmer
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Beautician/Hairdresser
Achieve Rehab and NursingLiberty, NY
Associated topics: barber, embalmer, hairdresser, luxury, makeup, medical, nail technician, skin care, skin care specialist, technician
Part-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
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