Hi it’s Patrik Hutzel from INTENSIVE CARE AT HOME where we provide tailor made solutions for long-term ventilated Adults & Children with Tracheostomies and where we also provide tailor made solutions for hospitals and Intensive Care Units whilst providing quality services for long-term ventilated patients and medically complex patients at home.
In last week’s blog, I talked about,
MY BROTHER IS VERY SICK IN ICU WITH A MENTAL HEALTH CONDITION & THE DOCTOR SAID HE WILL BE OUT IN PALLIATIVE CARE. CAN YOU PLEASE ADVISE ME WHAT MY OPTIONS ARE? HOW DOES YOUR INTENSIVE CARE PROGRAM WORK?
You can check out last week’s blog by clicking on the link below this video:
Today’s blog is for ICU nurses and Pediatric ICU nurses, because here at intensive care at home, we are hiring you.
Intensive Care at Home is Hiring ICU/PICU Nurses in Melbourne, Mornington Peninsula, Warragul, Drouin, Sunbury, Sydney, Wollongong, and Wagga Wagga.
Today’s blog post is different from all of our other blog posts. Most blog posts, we answer questions for families in intensive care or families that are interested in our service where we provide ICU/PICU nurses, 24 hours a day for mainly long-term ventilated adults and children with tracheostomies at home.
Today’s blog post is mainly for ICU and pediatric ICU nurses that live in the Melbourne metropolitan area, on the Mornington Peninsula (Bittern, Patterson Lakes) in the Warragul, Drouin, Leongatha and Trafalgar area in South Gippsland in Victoria, but also for ICU and Pediatric ICU nurses that live in the greater Sydney area, Wollongong in New South Wales, as well as Wagga Wagga in New South Wales.
Because we are expanding our nursing team, we are looking for highly motivated, experienced ICU and Pediatric ICU nurses that have a minimum of two years ICU or Pediatric ICU nursing experience and that ideally have completed a post-graduate certificate/ diploma or equivalent in intensive care.
If you are an ICU/PICU nurse that is interested in expanding your skills into the community and work with our clients and their families, you’ve come to the right place!
We are a niche service provider that helps our clients and their families improving their quality of life at home instead of staying in intensive care indefinitely because of their ventilation and tracheostomy requirements. We also look after Clients on home TPN or BIPAP/ CPAP ventilation.
If you want to join a dynamic, innovative and fast-growing team of highly motivated ICU and PICU nurses, you should come to us here at intensive care at home. We offer above-award salaries. We offer career progression opportunities and we are the first accredited, intensive care at home nursing service provider in Australia.
We already employ in excess of 500 years ICU and pediatric ICU experience that we’re now bringing into the community. We’re basically running a small ICU in the community. And if you want to join an innovative and progressive service that is really delivering on what clients want and need, you will be joining the right team.
We support our staff with introduction to clients, often with meet and greet and shadow shifts. And we have various sites where people can work. You wouldn’t be working only with one client. Ideally we have our staff work with at least two clients sometimes even with three clients so that we can have that flexibility and you will be learning the ropes along with our senior staff that have worked with us for many years now.
So we’re offering exciting career opportunities here at intensive care at home. And again, you’ll be making a huge difference to our clients and their families and you’ll be joining a client and family focused innovative and progressive organization. We have real career opportunities in various locations.
If you are interested in joining us, either send your CV to [email protected] or just give me a call on 041 094 2230 and you can find out more about the job opportunities that are available, and I can tell you more.
Thank you and I’ll talk to you next week.
Now, if you have a loved one in intensive care and you want to go home with our service intensive care at home and if you want to find out how to get funding for our service and how it all works, please contact us on one of the numbers on the top of our website, or send me an email to [email protected] That’s Patrik, just with a K at the end.
Please also have a look at our case studies because there we highlight more about what we can do for clients, how clients can live at home with ventilation and tracheostomies and you can look at our case studies as well at our service section
And if you are at home already and you need support for your critically ill loved one at home, and you have insufficient support or insufficient funding, please contact us as well. We can help you with all of that.
So we are also an NDIS, TAC (Victoria) and DVA (Department of Veteran affairs) approved community service provider in Australia. Also have a look at our range of full service provisions.
Also, we have been part of the Royal Melbourne health accelerator program in the past for innovative healthcare companies.
Thank you for watching this video and thank you for tuning into this week’s blog.
This is Patrik from intensive care at home, and I’ll see you again next week in another update.