Career Opportunities

Since our beginning in 1948, we have had the pleasure of having employees that are dedicated to their community, passionate about their patients, and love the awesome benefits that come along with their role in a happy and healthy community.

Why work for us?

Full time employees at Pike County Health Department, Home Health & Hospice get to enjoy all the benefits our agency has to offer which includes…

  • 14 paid holidays per year
  • Flexible work schedule (New!)
  • Paid personal, vacation and sick time
  • Great Lagers retirement pension plan
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Eligibility for CEU’s, tuition assistance, and public service loan forgiveness
  • Over 80% of medical insurance covered by agency
  • Discounted rates for Air Evac, Sam’s Club, and YMCA memberships
  • Dental, Vision, life & accidental insurance offered at discounted rates
  • Bereavement leave
  • Christmas savings account
  • Gifts, snacks, and breakfasts to acknowledge staff birthdays and anniversaries
  • Employee holiday parties, wellness and fun/game days, free agency apparel.

 

Our employees are some of the most caring and passionate in their field and are dedicated to giving back to the community through hosting public events and being involved in many community organizations.

We are always accepting applications and we keep them on file for up to 2 years.

Your career starts here:

RN Field Nurse (Weekends) Up to $5,000 Sign-On Bonus! Competitive Pay!

Weekend position available for an experienced registered nurse in the field of home health & hospice. Applicant must possess at least 1 year of home care or acute care setting, as well as being familiar with patient assessment, quality care, teaching of patients/caregivers and performance of skilled procedures. 16 daytime hours between Saturday & Sunday (flexible scheduling) and additional on-call pay; on-call from Friday 4:30pm – Monday 8:00am.

 

RN Case Manager or LPN Field Staff Nurse (PRN)

The Pike County Health Department Home Health and Hospice is seeking an “as needed” nurse to assist with home visits for both home health and hospice. Applicant must have at least 1 year experience in home care or an acute setting. Applicant must also be familiar with patient assessments, quality of care, teaching of patients/caregivers, and performance of skilled procedures. Applicant must have a current nursing license in the state of Missouri.

 

Physical Therapist

Pike County Health Department Home Health and Hospice is looking for a compassionate and dedicated PRN Physical Therapist, PT, to join our team. We offer services to adult and geriatric clients throughout Pike, Lincoln, Ralls and Audrain counties. The Physical therapist provides direct patient care activities to home health patients according to physician orders in the home environment including assessment, evaluation, treatment planning, implementation and instruction/supervision of physical therapy practice. Establishes treatment plan and provides treatment, considering discharge needs; expected discharge functional status; and appropriate equipment and supplies. Educates, collaborates with, and conferences with patients, families, and other health care providers; making recommendations for referrals to specialists as needed. Completes documentation in accordance with agency policies. Provides reassessment and/or consultations for Physical Therapy Service. If you enjoy providing patient care within a home setting and are inspired to uphold our promise of quality care, this is your opportunity to make a difference!

Qualifications for a Physical Therapist (PT) include:

  • Current PT license in Missouri
  • Minimum of one (1) year clinical experience, preferably in an acute care or rehabilitation setting
  • Reliable transportation
  • Driver’s license
  • Proof of current auto insurance

 

Hospice Volunteer

People often imagine themselves becoming a hospice volunteer, and being able to make a difference helping those nearing the end of their life journey yet too many people never follow through because they are nervous of what may be expected, and unsure of what it entails. Possessing these qualities makes for great Hospice Volunteers; patience & kindness, emotionally strong, non judgmental, non biased towards beliefs of any kind, and the ability to be a source of guidance for emotional and spiritual advice. If you are interested in becoming a hospice volunteer please fill out the application below.

 

Call for more information: 573-324-2111

This institution is an equal opportunity employer.

Turning In Applications:
  • Drop off or mail applications: 1 Healthcare Place, Bowling Green, MO 63334
  • Email applications: Jennifer Schumacher, Administrative Assistant to jschumacher@pikecountyhealth.org
  • Download the Application for Employment
  • Download the Hospice Volunteer Application
  • You can also submit your application online below.

This institution is an equal opportunity employer.