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Professional Achievement & Personal Fulfillment. Find it at all Kindred – where dedicated interdisciplinary teams of doctors, nurses, therapists and other experts all work together to create individualized care plans to achieve the best possible outcomes for our patients and residents. Here you’ll discover more opportunities to practice your specialty alongside a diverse team of talented and encouraging coworkers, friends and managers. And as a valued member of the Kindred family, you’ll experience tremendous support along with every opportunity to continually grow and develop your skills.

Who We Are and What We Do

The Power of one Goal

Kindred is the largest diversified post-acute healthcare provider in the U.S. We operate transitional care hospitals and contract rehabilitation services across the country. Ranked as one of Fortune magazine’s Most Admired Healthcare Companies for nine years, Kindred’s mission is to promote healing, provide hope, preserve dignity and produce value for each patient, resident, family member, customer and employee we serve.

Our commitment to the highest quality care is at the heart of what we do every day. Our people deliver expert, supportive care solutions to patients, helping us shape the future of care for an aging America – a future where care is coordinated effectively across all types of settings, and where we can offer clarity and hope to those entrusted to our care.

Keep Growing & Learning

As a member of the Kindred team, you benefit from a variety of ongoing training and development programs – including continuing medical education (CME) – that allow you to acquire new skills as you gain experience. We believe in maximizing the potential of our employees and offer opportunities to grow by promoting from within. We want you to build your career and thrive in a collaborative and positive work environment supported by a strong team of healthcare leaders.

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Success Story

Congratulations to: Allesha, Certified Patient Advocate, for achieving a certification in Professional Patient Advocacy. The Professional Patient Advocate Certificate Training Program is an advanced program aimed at introducing professionals and those who have life experience to emerging practice of independent patient advocacy.

Meet Our People

Get to know some of the patients & proud employees who make Kindred — Kindred.

  • Jacquelyn / CNA
  • Sameer / Patient
  • Jennifer / OT & Agency Administrator
  • Sunny / PT
  • Milred / Resident

Jacquelyn / CNA Jacquelyn / CNA

Jacquelyn / CNA

After being recognized as the Employee of the Month, Jackie’s colleagues helped her celebrate with a delicious cake. According to Jackie, “What I like about working at Kindred is that every day is different. And you get to really know the patients and their families. It can be stressful sometimes, but it is such a joy when patients improve and wean from the ventilators so they can do rehab and go home to their families again. I’m glad to be a part of the team that helps them recover.”

Sameer / PatientSameer / Patient

Sameer / Patient

When Sameer came to Kindred for treatment for a rare and very serious bone infection in his legs, his kidneys were failing and his body was being ravaged by the disease. His team of caregivers worked closely together and thanks to their care and antibiotic IV treatments, Sameer’s health turned around. After his recovery, Sameer surprised everyone on staff when he dropped in for a visit and shared how his health and his life have been completely turned around by this experience. “I am now the vice president of my company,” Sameer proudly declared. “And I would love the opportunity to volunteer here and speak with patients who may be down and could be uplifted and inspired by my story.”

Jennifer / OT & Agency AdministratorJennifer / OT & Agency Administrator

Jennifer / OT & Agency Administrator

Jennifer is leading the fight against Parkinson’s disease by starting a Rock Steady Boxing program at her office. Rock Steady Boxing is a “fun, engaging and effective way for people with Parkinson’s to enhance their quality of life and even build strength, flexibility and speed,” says Jennifer. The classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and offered free to people with Parkinson’s disease.

Sunny / PTSunny / PT

Sunny / PT

Following his master’s program, Sunny began working with older patients and admires the fact that regardless of their age they all are children at heart. “The best part for me about treating older adults is helping them understand what they need help with,” Sunny says. “It is incredibly rewarding to explain to my patients how physical therapy will make it easier for them to function and then see them make progress and regain a better quality of life.” Sunny called upon his experiences and creativity when the call went out to come up with theme/tagline for celebrating and commemorating “Rehab Week” at Kindred. His entry, “Recover Function. Increase Independence. Move Forward.” was selected as the winner.

Milred / ResidentMilred / Resident

Mildred / Resident

Mildred came to Kindred for advanced respiratory care and rehabilitation and requiring full assistance as she was unable to take care of her daily needs. She began to make progress under the care of her team of respiratory therapists and was eager to participate with her physical and occupational therapists to regain her mobility and independence through the Move Out of Bed Early program. “My daughter and I are both very pleased with the care I received,” Mildred shared. “I have never been at another facility where everyone – no matter what department they were in – would stop by and say hello and greet me on a daily basis.”

Quality, Innovation & Social Responsibility

Over the past several years, we have changed our operating model while leveraging our analytic and technology capabilities to transform the way our care is delivered in real time. We are also proud of our corporate, individual facility and employee Social Responsibility efforts on behalf of many causes and organization, including the American Lung Association, the American Heart Association and putting an end to Alzhiemer’s. To learn more, download our Quality, Innovation & Social Responsibility report below.

Awards & Recognition

Thanks to the outstanding efforts of our talented, dedicated and innovative workforce, we’ve been proud to receive many organizational awards and recognitions over the years. The most notable recent ones include:

We also believe in personal achievement and recognizing and rewarding our people for their compassion, commitment, hard work and talents. A shining example of this is our annual Paul Diaz Caring Award.

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