1. Home Health Care Services For Your Diabetes

    For many diabetics, the task of properly managing their blood sugar levels can be quite difficult. Factor in other aspects such as diet, physical activity and age, and you have an involved need for medical assistance. Mission Medstaff offers top-quality home health care services to the Charlotte area and is your source for premium assistance to ensure that you have your independence while still re…Read More

  2. Should You Get Your CNA Certification?

    We have a number of home health care jobs posted on our website for North Carolina, including a number of CNA positions. If you've been thinking about getting into the ever-growing healthcare field, getting your CNA can be a huge benefit and open a lot of door for you. What is a CNA? CNA stands for Certified Nursing Assistant. They usually work under the direction of a registered nurse (RN) or an…Read More

  3. The Cost of Home Health Care

    When clients come to us exploring the option of home health care, one of their primary concerns is the cost. That's understandable. Our clients are often seeking out home health care options after they've already experienced high medical bills for their own care or their care of a loved one. So they want to know whether or not home health care is more or less expensive than other options. Home Hea…Read More

  4. 3 Traits We’re Looking For in Home Health Care Team Members

    Mission Medstaff is currently seeking qualified applicants for our home health care jobs. You can check out a list of qualifications on our website, and if you meet the criteria, we encourage you to apply! We offer a great compensation and benefits package and a working environment that you'll love. When it comes to choosing the right candidates to fill out positions, though, we look for more than…Read More

  5. How Our Home Health Care Team Supports Parents

    One of the services that we offer is home health care for pediatric patients. We're proud to offer this service for many reasons! First, pediatric patients are some of the most rewarding ones to work with in our line of work. Secondly, it's great to see the relief on a parent's face when we show up. They know that they can rely on our home health care team to help them provide their child with the…Read More

  6. Allergies Vs. Illness – How to Recognize the Difference

    Spring brings with it a whole slew of allergies, but turning on the air conditioning for the first time since last year and spending more time outside can also bring on illness. When it comes to you or your child’s health, understanding the difference between allergies and illness could mean feeling better faster and preventing the situation from worsening. Especially if your child has recently …Read More

  7. Difference Between Skilled Nursing and Companion Care

    You’ll often see home care agencies refer to themselves as “skilled” versus “non-skilled,” or “home health care” versus “home care.” Understanding the difference between these terms, as well as your or your loved one’s specific needs, will ensure that you get the best possible, most affordable, and most comprehensive care. At Mission Medstaff, it is our goal, every day, to brin…Read More

  8. Choosing A Home Health Care Provider – Part 2

    Last month we discussed some of the initial ways that you can determine whether a home health care provider is right for you. By knowing what you need from your in-home care, you can ask the right questions, such as whether or not they specialize in pediatric home care or whether they are qualified to provide medical home health care services. These are some other questions to ask in order to dete…Read More

  9. How To Choose A Home Health Care Provider – Part 1

    When it comes to your loved one’s health, you want to make sure that you have the very best options in your area so you can be confident knowing that your child, parent, or spouse is in good hands. That is why understanding how to choose the right home health care provider is essential to your peace of mind and your loved one’s life. If you are located in Greensboro, then we encourage you to c…Read More

  10. More Benefits of Working in Home Health Care Jobs

    In our last blog, we addressed some of the great benefits of working in home health care jobs. There are so many more benefits than we could include in our previous blog post, so here are even more benefits for serving those who are aging at home: Continue with ongoing professional development. For some, continuing to learn and grow in their job field keeps their work fresh and new. In home health…Read More