Are you performing physical care in an in-patient environment? Or are you coodinating home care and doing some skills there? There is an important distinction there.
If you want to teach undergraduate med/surg clinicals, then most of the better schools
would prefer that you have recent experience in an inpatient setting. However, they might be happy with someone with home care experience to teach a community health clinical rotation.
While each school is different, most schools have clinical rotations that fall into the same general caterories. Which category of clinical rotation do you want to teach? In the "fundamentals" clinicals or "med/sug" clinicals, each instructor usually supervises 8-10 students at a time in a long term care facility or acute care hospital unit. Does your current job give you expertise in either of those types of care? If not, then a good quality school would hesitate to hire you for such a job. If it does, then there is no problem staying in your current job.
Would community health be a better fit? Those clinicals are very different.