Jonathan Appleton – Staff Superstar

July 20, 2016

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Since starting his career with Epic in January of 2014 as a Client Service Supervisor, Jonathan Appleton has been on the fast track to success. Along his Epic journey, Jonathan has held the position of Lead Client Service Supervisor, Client Service Manager, Operations Manager, and Executive Director in Mesquite, Texas.  At the beginning of this year, Jonathan jumped at the opportunity to move over to Recruiting as the South Texas Therapy Recruiter, where he was named   the South Texas PDN and Therapy Resource Partner of the Coalition Program, and was recently promoted as the Texas PDN and Therapy Lead Recruiter….Read More

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Join Us In Celebrating Our Veteran Employees

November 3, 2015

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Thank You From The Epic Family Epic Health Services is committed to the men and women who have selflessly served our great nation and we’d like you to join us in celebrating our 3,000 veteran employees. Starting today and continuing through Veterans Day, we will recognize several individuals that have gone above and beyond for the United States and for Epic. Calling All Veterans Are you a service member in the process of transitioning, currently in active duty, or retired? Epic is a place where you can be a part of an organization devoted to helping others, providing the best care…Read More

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Why Our Continuing Education Program for Nurses is the Best!

September 9, 2015

You learn something new every day. It’s an old saying, but one we believe in at Epic Health Services. Education continues beyond the classroom, and our continuing education program for nurses ensures that we can build a better team who can meet our clients’ needs. Making sure we offer the best medical care begins with the hiring process. Potential employees go through rigorous screening and testing. Those who join our team have the opportunity to continue their education, learning about the newest techniques and technologies. Epic Health Services offers nursing skill labs for a variety of different procedures including tracheostomy/ventilator…Read More

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Loving Care Agency and Nurses To Go Officially Rebranded to Epic Health Services in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Missouri

September 1, 2015

As of today, Loving Care Agency  in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Links2Care in Pennsylvania, and Nurses To Go in Missouri have officially been folded into the Epic Health Services family and will be taking our name! We welcome the team members in these branches and the patients we serve in these communities into the Epic family. Your experience with us will be nothing less than Epic Quality. Epic Service, and Epic Care because that is what every patient deserves. Our Epic branch in York, PA is excited about their new Epic sign as we officially bring our teams together under…Read More

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Working as a Home Health Care Nurse or Aide

August 27, 2015

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People are living longer thanks to advances in medical care and, with the extra years, comes more demand for those who provide in-home health services. A search of home health nurse jobs in the Phoenix area reveals more than 1,000 openings. The U.S. Department of Health released a report in 2014 about the growing need for home health care nurses and aides.  Among the findings: More than 800,000 health care providers and 1 million nurses needed by 2020 to replace vacancies left by retirees Number of personal aides grew by 118% between 2002-12 Available jobs expected to grow 50% by…Read More

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6 Reasons Epic is Hiring Veterans

April 23, 2015

6 Reasons Epic is Hiring Veterans Last week, Epic held a conference to announce the launch of the Epic Veteran Employment (EVE) program, an initiative which focuses on helping veterans who are transitioning into a civilian career. The event served as a discussion among employers about best practices in recruiting and retaining veterans. We were honored to welcome U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Keith Huber as a guest speaker at the event. Lt. Gen. Huber retired in 2012 after serving on active duty for 38 years. He is currently working with the Middle Tennessee State University Military & Veterans Center to…Read More

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