Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) work is hard, no doubt about it. But there’s also no job as satisfying. Here are our top 5 reasons to pursue this career path: Continue reading Why Become a CNA
I’m writing this card to let you know that you are an inspiration to me. Continue reading Love, Your CNA
We’re happy to announce that, starting in 2018, our pay rate in some locations has gone up for CNAs. If you’re looking for work in the nursing field at competitive rates, Towne Nursing is the first place you should apply.
Our mission at Towne is to take care of the logistics so that you only have to worry about one thing – caring for your patients. We place you in a nursing facility that is conveniently located and work with you to create a schedule that meshes with your lifestyle and other commitments. We are here for you if you experience any problems, day or night, 24/7.
With our increased pay rate, Towne Nursing is an even better choice. And, because we are always looking for dedicated employees, we also offer an unbeatable deal. If you refer a friend who takes a job with Towne, we will give you a $100 bonus!
Come work for us, and once you’ve settled in, refer your friends and enjoy those extra bonuses.
This might surprise you, but my New Year’s resolution has nothing to do with my patients. This year, I’ve decided I need to make my own health – both mental and physical – more of a priority. I’m so focused on caring for the residents of the nursing facility I work at, that I often forget to take care of myself.
We’ve been in business for so long that we remember a time when the internet was in its infancy and we had to pick up the phone to talk to you. But in recent years, we’ve used our blog to keep you up to date on what’s going on at Towne, share tips and stories and talk about what’s most important to you – caring for your patients.
We recently checked our analytics to find out which posts our community most enjoyed, and here are the results: Continue reading 5 Top Blog Posts of 2017
My family has always been big on the holiday season, including over the top decorations, big family gatherings, too much food and lots of gifts. But the most important thing my parents taught me about the holiday season is that it’s a time to reconnect with our faith that anything is possible – if we truly want it, and work hard to get it. Continue reading Anything Is Possible
As fall turns to winter, caregiving shifts as well. Here are some issues to think about as the weather gets colder. Continue reading Getting Ready for Winter
Last year, a few days before Thanksgiving, I was really bummed. I had to work the afternoon shift, so would be missing the big Thanksgiving dinner my mom hosts every year. My husband and kids would get to go, but I would miss out on her juicy turkey and creamy mashed potatoes… Who was I kidding? What I was really missing was the family togetherness and the big Thanksgiving ceremony.
Continue reading A Thanksgiving to Remember