I am a Recruiting Specialist and have been employed with Lighthouse Nursing Agency for 2 years.
My favorite part about working at LNA is the people I work with and our out of town events.
My best advice to coworkers and prospective employees is to be nice to people and be open to learn new things.
I am the Executive Assistant and have been employed with Lighthouse Nursing Agency for 3 years in February.
My favorite part about working at LNA is the people and the work.
My best advice to coworkers and prospective employees is to Be Proud of the work you do, the person you are and the difference you make.
I have been employed with Lighthouse Nursing Agency for 1 year. I am the Recruiting Supervisor.
I enjoy working at LNA because my co-workers are like my extended family. We all work towards the same goal and when we meet our goals we get to celebrate with a bonus.
I have been employed with Lighthouse Nursing Agency for 1 year. I am a Recruiting Specialist but I also assist the Staffing Department.
I enjoy working at LNA because it is like family. My co-workers are like sisters I never had.
I have been with Lighthouse Nursing Agency for 3 ½ years and recently became the Assistant Staffing Supervisor.
My favorite part about working at LNA is that we can have fun and still get things done.
I have been a Recruiting Specialist with Lighthouse Nursing Agency for 11 years and 8 months.
My favorite part about working at LNA is getting a nurse to interview and then getting them active for assignments.
Close to 48 years ago, on 22 April 1970, millions of people took to the streets to protest the negative impacts of 150 years of industrial development.
In the US and around the world, smog was becoming deadly and evidence was growing that pollution led to developmental delays in children. Biodiversity was in decline as a result of the heavy use of pesticides and other pollutants.
It’s that time of year! Spring cleaning is upon us. As the days get brighter, you’ll see dust and dirt that went unnoticed during winter. Luckily the long spring evenings are perfect for an extra bit of cleaning, and our top tips will help get you going.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Every year, 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease.
It is also one of the most preventable. Making heart-healthy choices, knowing your family health history and the risk factors for heart disease, having regular check-ups and working with your physician to manage your health are all integral aspects of saving lives from this often silent killer.
Our November Spotlight falls on Stephanie Dodson, Vice President of Lighthouse Nursing Agency. Stephanie has been a part of this agency since 2003 and VP since 2015. She has done everything from accounting to all things HR related, to staffing and everything in between.
Bring Nature Indoors
Just because you're going to spend more time inside doesn't mean you have to cut yourself off from the natural world. In fact, why not bring home fresh flowers once in a while? Also, gather branches, berries, and leaves to add a lovely element to the home
Did you know that the first week of August is National Simplify Your Life week? We’re all familiar with the idea of spring cleaning, but some late-summer simplifying is a great way to keep the clutter to a minimum going into fall. But simplifying your life isn’t just about removing the physical clutter out of your cabinets; it’s meant to make us look a little bit closer at our lifestyle and eliminate the things that keep us from truly enjoying life.
Summer means good times under the sun, and making memories with family and friends. However, you’ll appreciate the warm weather more when your summer safety efforts shine as well.
Here are a few tips for keeping kids (and adults, too!) safer this summer:
Alzheimer's disease is irreversible and destroys brain cells, causing thinking ability and memory to deteriorate. Alzheimer's disease is not a normal part of aging.
Alzheimer’s disease is a fatal disease that eventually affects all aspects of a person’s life: how they think, feel, and act. Each person is affected differently. It is difficult to predict symptoms, the order in which they will appear, or the speed of their progression.
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun is the main cause of skin cancer. UV radiation can also come from tanning booths or sunlamps. The most dangerous kind of skin cancer is called melanoma.
The good news? Skin cancer can almost always be cured when it’s found and treated early. Communities, health professionals, and families can work together to prevent skin cancer or detect it early on.