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HH in San Antonio??

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by Pretty in Ink Pretty in Ink (Member)

Pretty in Ink specializes in Rehab.

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Once I've graduated from school I want to move back to San Antonio, whats the best HH agency to work for there? What should I be looking for? Would it be better to find a job in a hospital?

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cw2mom has 10 years experience and specializes in geriatrics, peds,family.

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I am a LVN who has worked in Home Health for 5 years and have several friends in the same field Encompass Home Health is the strongest agency in texas to work for, better salary and strong company with exellent benifits-401 k-6 weeks a year vacation pay I love this company, home care home base computer ipaq charting. I highly recommend you checking them out. But most home health agencies require you have at least 3yrs med surg experience before they will let you in the field alone.Good Luck.

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Pretty in Ink specializes in Rehab.

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Thanks for that great information! I was afraid no one would answer! I will definitly check out that company when I move back home!

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UCTxNurse has 5 years experience and specializes in PACU, Pedi, Womens, Mother/Baby, PCU.

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I actually am just leaving a HH agency that is pretty good. I'm going to be going to an agency that will have me work the floor at the hospitals. You might want to try LifeSpan HH they started me off at $20 I worked 1 case for 5 months and moved over to another case at my request for the last 3 months. I like the company alot but just want to go back to the hospital. You might try calling them 210-798-5005. If you want agency for hospital then you can try Crdentia they are nation wide so you can google them. Hope that helps

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