The following local employers have current healthcare career opportunities available that students and alumni may be interested in:
Since 1976 Almost Family, Inc. has been the leading provider of home health nursing, rehabilitation and personal care services, with over 250 locations in 15 states. Almost Family, Inc. and its subsidiaries operate two segments: Visiting Nurse (VN), which provides skilled nursing and physical, occupational and speech therapy services primarily to Medicare beneficiaries; and Personal Care (PC) which provides custodial and personal care services.
Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center is a federally qualified community health center established in 1968 in a collaboration between the community and Yale School of Medicine. The first community health center in Connecticut, the Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center has a long history of serving New Haven neighborhoods, which are among the most disadvantaged in the State. Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center also provides health care services to those from the City of West Haven and towns in the Lower Naugatuck Valley, Ansonia, Derby, Seymour, Shelton, Naugatuck and Oxford.
NurseRecruiter.com is a nursing job board and nurse recruitment resource designed to connect nurses with employers and to facilitate the hiring process for both sides. Our goal is to see that quality healthcare professionals get quality jobs and that important positions do not go unfilled. We hope to help ensure that healthcare is delivered safely and effectively by well qualified practitioners.
Ryders Health Management is a family owned management company for independent skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers, home health care & companion services and outpatient rehabilitation.
UMH was established in 1874 out of the vision of the members of a small church in West Haven, CT who cared deeply about helping the elders in their community and others in need. UMH, as it stands today, is proud to carry on this tradition of caring for people across the continuum; seniors who are independent and those needing assistance, those rehabilitating from illness or surgery, younger adults with disabilities, and those living with dementia.