Do you provide care with a loving touch?
Caregivers – We believe that it’s not only what you do, but how you do it. Our clients look for elderly caregiving services are delivered with a smile. We all know that a smile can be infectious.
We staff our office with Attentive Listeners
Being the type of person who listens to patients’ needs, and has conversations with them is key. We strive for excellence in facilitating a perfect match for each patient and caregiver.
Are you Licensed and Qualified?
We place a variety of caregivers and licensed professionals in homes across Palm Beach County. Meet the criteria? Start working in Palm Beach County, Register Now!
Amerihome Health Care refers Caregivers who are passionate about providing in home care to those in need.
Trina is the proud owner of Amerihome Healthcare, LLC operating since 2009 in Palm Beach County.
The saying “necessity is the mother of invention”, is there for a very good reason.
When a need is not being met, someone usually steps in and takes charge.
That is what Trina did.
Her logo clearly tells you all about who she is. “Two hands holding one Heart.” That’s Trina!
Trina is passionate about her business. She has pledged to always provide exemplary care to those entrusted to Amerihome Health Care.
Margie is at the center position at Amerihome Healthcare.
She handles the most important job. Margie makes sure the caregivers meet all background check requirements, including having a current license or certification, as well as all the state requirements for a Nurse Registry.
Margie also runs the entire office. From answering phones to making sure the office, and all paperwork has met the strict laws of the ACHA. While also meeting the laws of the State of Florida.
Her responsibilities are endless. Everything having to do with the excellence of Amerihome Healthcare starts with Margie.
Eileen was a caregiver for over 15 years. She was then hired by an Agency in South Florida as their director of marketing and as a patient advocate. Eileen worked closely with patients in hospitals and rehab centers making sure that their care plan was being implemented. While also working closely with their families, especially the ones that live out of town.
Eileen has been with Amerihome Healthcare for over 2 years.
I believe it’s safe to say South Florida will always be Cathey’s home, she has lived here for over 48 years. Cathey has been in the financial industry for 35 years. She also oversees all the day to day operations of the office. Along with the financial responsibilities for AmeriHome healthcare.
Cathey insures that our patients and their families have the financial assistance needed for their care. While she is also willing to step in, and help in anyway so that they clearly understand the process.
She is very caring and wants the best for them. Cathey works very closely with our CFO and reports all financial changes to him.
Why Should I register with Amerihome Health Care?
Our ACHA accredited nurse registry is deficiency free. Caring for our clients and our staff. We do our best to give our caregivers opportunities with patients.
What types of shifts do referred Caregivers work?
We are constantly growing and connect caregivers with a wide variety of client opportunities you can choose from. Our clients often request shifts, transportation shifts & 24/7 cases, but you and the client will determine the care to be provided and the schedule.
Where can I work?
Our office is located in Boca Raton, Florida. We Focus our referrals in Palm Beach County. You can work wherever you choose within the area we are licensed to operate, based on your preferences and the availability of client opportunities that fit your qualifications..
Are referred caregivers W-2 employees or 1099 independent contractors?
At Amerihome Health Care, all referred caregivers are 1099 independent contractors. Our office staff works hard to find potential client opportunities for you! Amerihome will collect your pay for your care services from Amerihome clients then disburse that pay to you in biweekly checks. As an independent contractor, you will set your own schedule, choose the rate you charge for your services, and only accept potential client opportunities if you want them.