“Working at Strive Health Services is a great pleasure and a privilege. The company and the amazing women that have founded and run Strive are absolutely wonderful! When you’re out working you’re on your own in the patients home, but with these wonderful ladies in your corner you never feel all alone. They are there, ready and available, for any concern or need you may have. The staff at Strive have really helped to ensure that every nurse feels safe and comfortable in their job. I am extremely grateful to say I’m a part of the Strive Health Services Family.
-Haley Morales, LVN
“I absolutely love working at Strive! Julie, Rachel, and all the staff are absolutely the best! If there are any problems, they are addressed immediately, if you need to reschedule your calendar, Audrey will work with you to do what you requested. If you are doing an exceptional job, they will let you know with unexpected gifts and surprises too. I love my job here and feel Strive is one of the very best companies to work for in pediatric home health. I have worked with other companies and have found the leadership here at Strive to be excellent! The pay is superior and so is the staff. I love the nurses I work with, and together we give great service to our kids. I definitely recommend Strive Home Health to customers as well as nurses looking to work in pediatric home health.”
-Teresa McComas, RN
Strive is a great place to work! It’s a small company with a big heart. The administrative staff are very kind and professional. They treat their nurses well and are always willing to work with your schedule!
-Angela Westbrooks, LVN
Working at Strive Health Services is the best thing that has happened to me in my career. Not only have I found pediatric home health to be an excellent fit for me, I have also found Strive to be an excellent fit as well. The Strive staff are all knowledgeable, kind, and helpful, and everyone’s focus is on providing superb care for the patient. I find the one-on-one care of the patient to be truly fulfilling and rewarding. Private Duty is an environment wherein I feel a sense of accomplishment and where I know I am having a long-term influence on the patient and their family; relationships can be built. This feeling is often lost in other nursing venues. I do not plan to work anywhere but for Strive for the rest of my career.
-Connie Arnold, RN