Author Archives: Vanessa Erling

Great Job Opportunities!

We are currently hiring for full-time/part-time private duty nursing as well as home health aide and personal care positions throughout the metro area.  Regency Home HealthCare focuses on providing quality care inside our clients’ homes.  Previous vent experience is preferred but not required for nursing positions.  Please contact Nate at for more information on the positions available!


Now Hiring!

Regency is currently hiring for LPN/RN positions.  We are looking for dedicated nurses looking for one on one care with a variety of our clients in the homecare setting.  Most of our clients are ventilator dependent and do require 24 hour care.  Please see below for the areas we are hiring for.  If you are interested please fill out an online application.  We look forward to hearing from you!

Plymouth, Golden Valley, Champlin, Roseville, Maplewood, and Farmington. 

*Most of the positions available are evening and overnight hours*

Thank You!

2014 In-Services

Please remember that ALL 2014 in-services are due on January 31, 2014. 

Nurses:  Once you have turned in your in-services, you will receive 1.5 CEU’s.  You are able to pick up your certificate at the Little Canada office at any time.

Thank You!

Employee Appreciation Day!

Thank You to all the employees here at Regency, we appreciate your hard work, dedication, and passion for your career. 

Please stop into the Little Canada office for some refreshments and treats on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2013.  The office will be open from 6am-5pm.  Hope to see you there!!!

National Home Care Month

November is National Home Care month!  This is an opportunity to recognize how important in-home care is and those that make it happen.  Thank You to all the wonderful caregivers who are making it possible for so many to live at home, because home is where we want to be!

Homecare allows for a wide variety of services ranging from Nursing and Respiratory Therapy to Personal Care Attendants and Homemaking.  These services are important to keep those in need of on-going care, to be able to live as independently as possible.