Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I know if I qualify for Medicare? What does it cover?
- Please see Medicare Guidelines for more details. (Note: requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view.)
- For what programs/payer sources is Comprehensive a provider?
- We currently provide services for the following: Elderly Services Program, Passport Program, Waiver Program, Medicare, Medicaid, Private Pay, Worker’s Compensation, and select insurance companies. We do not provide services for any Medicare or Medicaid HMO’s (such as Buckeye, Molina, or AmeriGroup).
- What are your service areas?
- We provide services in Hamilton, Butler, Clermont, and Warren counties.
- What if I’m not sure what kind of services I might need?
- Comprehensive provides a free RN assessment to determine what services you may qualify for.
- What qualifications do your employees have?
- All skilled employees must maintain a current license; all home health aides have either completed an approved 75 hour nurse aide training course or have equivalent experience. All employees are fingerprinted and drug tested upon hire, as well as insured and bonded. All employees are required to complete continuing education credits each year as well.
- What are your hiring qualifications for home health aides?
- You must have one of the following:
- One or more years of experience being supervised by an LPN or RN OR
- Completion of an approved 75 hour nurse aide training course.
- What positions are you currently hiring for?
- We are currently hiring Home Health Aides, LPN’s, RN’s, Medical Social Workers, Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists.
- Do you hire new grads?
- We do hire new grads, and would be happy to have you shadow another employee before coming on board.
- What benefits do you offer?
- For professional full time employees, we offer health, dental, and life insurance. All part time and full time employees working 30+ hours per week are eligible for vacation time at one year of employment. Also, longevity bonuses are offered for eligible part time and full time employees at each anniversary. We also offer weekly payroll, flexible scheduling, paid holidays, and referral bonuses.
- How soon can I start working after orientation?
- Each employee will meet with our scheduler at the end of orientation to select cases. Before your first case begins, we will have you meet with an RN to do a skills checklist, then you are ready to begin!
- When is the best time to come in and fill out the application?
- You may come in to our office M-F, any time between 9am-3pm. For all home health aides, a short test is also taken at this time.