Since 1964, Indiana families have looked to Miller's Health Systems for compassionate care for their loved ones. This once family owned and operated company evolved over time to expand beyond traditional nursing home care. Today, Miller's facilities across the state offer rehabilitation services, adult day care services, assisted living and traditional long-term nursing care. Many of our facilities have specialized units to care for those with Alzheimer's and other dementia or for loved ones in need of hospice care. We strongly believe in the value of providing quality care for individuals in locations that help them stay close to home. In addition to services provided within the walls of our Miller's facilities, we also operate a therapy company and have a partnership in a home health care company.
Just over a decade ago, Miller's Health Systems transitioned to a 100% employee owned company with a workforce of well over 3000 throughout the state of Indiana. Miller's is known for achievements in quality, with an emphasis on education and technology and is one of the largest 100% employee owned health care providers in the nation.
Are you friendly, passionate about serving others, and want a job where you can make a difference each day? If this sounds like you, then becoming a Qualified Medication Aide (QMA) at Miller’s Health Systems might be the right step for you!
As a QMA, you provide basic care to patients and assist them in their daily activities. You administer medications to patients and record related documentation. You watch for changes in your patients and quickly report them to the team of nurses that work with you. You collect and record information vital to the patients’ conditions and treatment.
Apply if you are:
- Certified in the State of Indiana
- Passionate about serving others
- Able to work with a dedicated team
- Professional appearance and behavior
1. Successful completion of Resident Care Assistant and Medication Assistant Training courses.
2. Successful completion of the 60 hour Qualified Medication Assistant course and the 40 hour practicum.
3. Pass the Qualified Medication Assistant exam.
4. Certified as a Qualified Medicine Assistant by the State of Indiana.
5. Registered with State Department of Public Instruction.
6. Meet all qualifications for Nurse Assistant.
7. Proven ability and experience as a resident care assistant.
8. Experience in long term care preferred.
9. Follow instructions.
10. Communicate verbally and in writing.
11. Is neat, well groomed and professional.
12. Pass the physical examination required at employment.
EXPOSURE CATEGORY I:
Tasks that involve exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues.
This position is for a 13 week contract for 2nd shift, non-benefited and able to be renewed at the end of the 13 weeks.