Langhorne, PA
(267) 568-2638
Published By Denise Bernstein on May 15, 2019

Now Hiring Home Health Aides and CNAs!

Right at Home Bux/Philly is now hiring experienced home health aides and CNAs to join our team.

Right at Home is a 24/7 private duty in home care provider. We help individuals to remain living independently in the comfort, safety, and familiarity of their home. We provide personal care assistance and hospice care. Our mission is to actively “Improve the Quality of Life for Those We Serve".

We are hiring

Here’s why caregivers like working with us:

  • Flexible shifts & scheduling
  • 401(k)
  • Flexible start dates
  • Paid bi-weekly
  • In-service/continuing education
  • Competitive Pay

Variety of Hourly Shifts Available (Days/Evenings/Overnights)

Job Requirements

We are hiring 15-20 candidates to join our Care Team. Ideal candidates have:

  • 2 Forms of ID
  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • 2-step PPD or chest X-ray
  • Proof of residency or federal background check (finger prints)
  • CNA Certification or proof of having completed a HHA course
  • 3 Work-Related References

Apply online or by calling Nicole at 267-568-2254.

Seven Things You Shouldn't Hide From Your Doctor

doctor and patient

Using observation and testing, your doctor can learn specific things about your health, such as your weight, the amount of cholesterol in your blood, how well your heart is beating, and your blood pressure. But other information your doctor needs can come only from you.

Do senior patients tell the truth to their healthcare providers? University of Michigan researchers recently interviewed thousands of patients, 2,500 of them older adults, and found that between 60% and 80% admitted fibbing to their doctor.

Why would patients conceal the truth from a professional who could help them? "When respondents explained why they weren't transparent, most said that they wanted to avoid being judged, and didn’t want to be lectured about how bad certain behaviors were," reported the research team. "More than half were simply too embarrassed to tell the truth. They're worried about being pigeonholed as someone who doesn’t make good decisions."

Yes, most of us want our doctors to think highly of us. But sugarcoating our symptoms and lifestyle during appointments might mean our doctor won't have the best information to diagnose and treat our health conditions and give us the best medical advice. Go to to read the seven things to be honest about during your next wellness exam.

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