Hiring Therapy Tech/Scheduler

Hiring Therapy Tech/Scheduler

Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:30pm

We are currently looking for an experienced Therapy Tech/Scheduler to join our team at The Grand, located at 4500 John Shields Parkway, Dublin, OH 43017.

The Grand has 143 beds consisting of Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living and Independent Living.  You will be working at a one of a kind, state of the art facility in Central Ohio.

Our Mission:

Our every action must advance our mission: To improve the Quality of Life & Health of those we serve.

Company Overview

Vrable Healthcare is a growing Ohio company privately and locally owned with the vision of providing exceptional care across Ohio. We believe our first responsibility is to the patients we serve. We respect the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of our patients and find that compassion is essential to fostering healing and wholeness. Teaching and learning are fundamental in our efforts. We believe our employees are the source of our success.

 Qualifications 

  • Degree in exercise physiology
  • Experience with scheduling
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Solid computer knowledge – excel, word, power point
  • Background in skilled rehab
  • Excellent communication skills

Vrable Healthcare is a trusted name providing skilled nursing and rehabilitation services throughout Ohio.  We offer competitive wages and benefits including 401k, tuition assistance, and paid vacations.

Interested in joining our team?  Qualified candidates should apply online at www.applyatvhc.com and visit us online at www.vrablehealthcareinc.appone.com

Main Street: Created for Life and Designed for Living

Sara Katula
Activities Director
The GRAND of Dublin

Main Street: Created for Life and Designed for Living

Main Street at The GRAND offers many attractions that we are able to incorporate with our daily activities including our This and That Sundries gift shop, Main Street Chapel, seasonal courtyards, Digger and Finch Pub, What’s The Scoop? Ice cream parlor, activity center, and The GRAND Theater.  When you first enter Main Street you will see our Cool Beans Café.  It is open daily offering everything from a cup of coffee, deli sandwiches, daily soup specials, snacks, variety of drinks and a community newspaper is available to catch up on the daily news. Across from the Café is our This and That Sundries gift shop.  Our gift shop offers anything from daily necessities, seasonal décor, Ohio State gear to flower arrangements or trinkets.  Open daily for our residents and guest to shop at their convenience.

The next two attractions along Main Street are our chapel and the GRAND Theater.  The Main Street Chapel is designed for multi-denominational services to be held throughout the week with support from our local churches.  We have various church events throughout the week including memorial services, private ceremonies, or wedding renewals. Hospice companies may also use our chapel for coping, support and counseling.  The GRAND Theater plays daily movies posted outside the theater from 10am to 11pm. Our movie selection changes monthly playing both current and classic movies. Sporting events are shown in our theater especially the World Series, Super Bowl, and Ohio State Football.

Main StreetA few of our residents favorite attraction includes our What’s The Scoop? Ice cream parlor and Digger and Finch Pub. Our ice cream parlor is open Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3:00pm to satisfy any sweet tooth.  Many residents enjoy their ice cream in our seasonal courtyard that is decorated for harvest days, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. Families or guests may also use our ice cream parlor for hosting birthday parties, social events, and special occasions. The Digger and Finch Pub are open on Thursday evenings for Bingo night and Fridays at 3:00pm for Happy Hour. During Happy hour you can enjoy entertainment and appetizers along with your drink of choice.

At the end of Main Street there is our activity center that is designed for many of our traditional activities provided by our activity staff. We offer a variety of activities that will accommodate all of our guests to keep them busy and social.  Our activity staff passes out a daily activity schedule along with a monthly calendar posted in all the rooms to invite all residents, family, and guests. Main Street offers many activities and events for our residents and families to enjoy during their stay at The GRAND of Dublin Senior living community.

Hiring – Nurse Aide Training Instructor (RN)

Hiring – Nurse Aide Training Instructor (RN)

Great Hours, Pay and Benefits!!

We are currently looking for a Nurse Aide Training Instructor to join our team in Columbus, Ohio.

The Grand has 143 beds consisting of Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living and Independent Living and you will be working at a one of a kind, state of the art facility in Central Ohio.

Our Mission:

Our every action must advance our mission: To improve the Quality of Life & Health of those we serve.

Company Overview

Vrable Healthcare is a growing Ohio company privately and locally owned with the vision of providing exceptional care across Ohio. We believe our first responsibility is to the patients we serve. We respect the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of our patients and find that compassion is essential to fostering healing and wholeness. Teaching and learning are fundamental in our efforts. We believe our employees are the source of our success.

Qualifications

  • Must be an RN
  • “Train the Trainer” certified STRONGLY preferred
  • 3 years of LTC experience required.
  • Knowledge of local, state and federal regulations pertaining to facility functions.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Vrable Healthcare is a trusted name providing skilled nursing and rehabilitation services throughout Ohio.  We offer competitive wages and benefits including 401k, tuition assistance, and paid vacations.

Visit us online at www.vrablehealthcare.com

Interested in joining our team?  Qualified candidates should send a resume along with salary requirements to www.vrablehealthcareinc.appone.com

EOE

Open House – Immediate Interviews

Open House – Immediate Interviews

August 16, August 23 and August 30
9am to 3pm
THE GRAND of Dublin 

Now Hiring LPNs and STNAs

$500 Sign On Bonus for full time STNAs

Stop in for an immediate interview and be entered into a drawing for a $25 gas card

Refreshments will be provided
EOE

 

August 2018 Newsletter

Weather or Not

As the summer nears its end and we inch closer to fall, let’s use some August weather lore to try to predict what the next winter will be like!

Pay attention to the first week of this month— if it is unusually warm, it means that the coming winter will be snowy and long.

Was this month cold? If so, it means that the following winter will be harsh and dry.

 

Special Days

  • Watermelon Day August 3
  • Friendship Day August 5
  • Civic Holiday (Canada) August 6
  • Lefthanders Day August 13
  • Full Sturgeon Moon August 26
  • Women’s Equality Day August 26

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PPIs: Something To Think About

Andrea M. Hartley CPhT
Pharmacy Technician / Central Supply Manager
The GRAND of Dublin

PPIs: Something To Think About

Do you have one of these PPIs in your medicine cabinet?

  • Prilosec (omeprazole), available as an OTC and prescription
  • Nexium (esomeprazole), available as an OTC and prescription
  • Prevacid (lansoprazole), available as an OTC and prescription
  • Zegerid (omeprazole & sodium bicarbonate), OTC only
  • Protonix (pantoprazole), prescription only
  • Aciphex (rabeprazole), prescription only
  • Dexilant (dexlansoprazole), prescription only

20-30% of Americans use a PPI (proton Pump Inhibitor) to manage symptoms of GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), acid reflux, frequent heartburn and ulcer symptoms, and several other indications.  These medications have been a mainstay in treatment of stomach acid-related disorders since their introduction in 1989.  In layman’s terms, they work by binding to the proton pumps in the cells of our gastric glands and causing them to reduce acid secretion.

Their safety and efficacy have made PPIs one of the most prescribed medications.  The first PPI was approved for over-the-counter sales in 2003, allowing the convenience of self-treatment.  However, the approval for OTC sales has also contributed to the overuse & misuse of PPIs.

Many people who don’t necessarily need PPIs are using them and this can lead to problems due to a higher risk of bone fracture and higher risk of obtaining certain bacterial infections, among other things.

If you use a PPI, consider talking to your doctor about it at your next appointment. Some of the questions that patients need to ask their physicians are:  Should I be taking this?  Would a lower dose be effective? Is there an alternative to this medication?  Do the risks outweigh the benefits in my situation? Find out if another medication, such as an antacid (Tums, Mylanta, Maalox etc.) or H2 blocker (Tagamet, Pepcid, Zantac, Axid) might be better for you to use.  Or there may be some lifestyle changes you could try to reduce your symptoms.

If you use a PPI, it’s definitely something to think about.

May 2018 Newsletter

Mother’s Day – May 13th 

Main Street Muffin’s with Moms @ 10:30am

Stop by Main Street outside the cafe to grab a complimentary muffin and coffee in honor of Mother’s Day and all of our beautiful Moms!

Flower of the Month – Lily of the Valley

Lily of the valley, the birth flower for the month of May, got its name from early Christian monks. It probably references a quote from the biblical Song of Solomon: “I am the rose of Sharon and the lily of the valley.” The flower’s Latin name, Convallaria majalis, means “valley” (Convallaria) and “the month of May” (majalis), which probably refers to where it thrives and when it blooms.

Employee of the Month

Nkendem Atenchong
Position: LPN
Length of Service:6 months

Reason they won: Nkendem is a wonderful, kind, and smart nurse. Does everything he can to help the residents. Is very caring.

Favorite Sports Team: Cleveland Cavaliers
Favorite food: African food
Hobbies/interests: Soccer, basketball, and spending time with family and friends
Family: Is married and has 3 boys!

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April 2018 Newsletter

National Volunteer Week
April 15th-21st

We would like to thank all of our volunteers that take time out of their busy schedules to come visit our residents. Volunteers range from conducting bible study, serving ice cream, playing games, reading, taking strolls or simply socializing with our residents. Our volunteers really make a difference in the lives of our residents, so please take time to show your appreciation through the month of April.

Occupational Therapy Month

As an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assist ant, you are part of a vitally important profession that helps people across the lifespan participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. Y our holistic and customized approach to evaluations, interventions, and outcomes help a child with disabilities participate in school and in social situations, assist a person recovering from injuries to regain skills, aid an older adult to stay as independent as possible, and offer the specialized support and services to people of all ages and in all circumstances that only occupational therapy can provide.

 

Full Pink Moon

The full pink moon occurs on April 29. Herb moss pink, or wild ground phlox, is one of the earliest wildflowers to bloom during this time of year. As the name infers, the flowers are pink in color, thus the name for April’s full moon. Other names sometimes used are full sprouting grass moon and egg moon.

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