All staff are required to have the following documents on record and verified by the agency:
- Professional License
- Patient confidentiality agreement
- Social Security Card
- CPR Certification
- Physical clearance by a medical doctor
- TB test
- Current Auto Insurance
- Current Driver’s License
- Nurses: BSN: 4 year college degree
- RN: Associates Degree
- LPN: License Program
- PT :Master’s or Doctorate Degree
- PTA: Associates Degree
- OT: Master’s Degree
- Speech Therapist: Master’s Degree
- Social Worker: Master’s Degree
- Criminal Background Checks
Jennifer Guglielmi, PT & Owner
Jennifer graduated from Beaver College (now Arcadia) in 1998. She founded AHR in 2003 and continues to work as a PT in the company treating patients. Jennifer has experience in all aspects of PT care, but chose home care because she enjoys the one-on-one patient interaction. Jennifer lives in the Buckingham area with a skunk and 2 pot-bellied pigs. She enjoys sewing, playing tennis and volunteering at the pig rescue to foster piglets.
David Galloway, BSN & Administrator
David graduated from Temple University and has worked as a nurse in the hospital setting, home health, nursing homes and outpatient dialysis. He has been the Administrator of AHR since 2003. David holds a wound care certification and enjoys playing tennis and football in his spare time.
The Physical Therapist plans and administers a prescribed physical therapy treatment program for patients to restore function, relieve pain, and prevent disability following illness, disease, or injury.
The Registered Nurse is responsible for providing skilled nursing service to patients, as necessary, ensure that the patients are getting proper treatment and orders are followed.
The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) delivers patient care as appropriate to provide services in accordance with Agency policies under the direction of the Registered Nurse (RN).
The Occupational Therapist Assistant will test and evaluate patients’ physical and mental abilities and analyze the data to determine realistic rehabilitation goals. You will select activities necessary to help individuals learn life-management skills within limits of their mental and physical capabilities. The successful candidates will also administer a team-oriented program to restore maximum function, including life skills, perceptual motor abilities, sensory function and adjustment to disability. Collaborates with other professional disciplines to ensure effective and efficient patient care delivery and the achievement of desired patient outcomes. Applies knowledge of age-specific competencies and cultural diversity in the provision of patient care. Utilizes safe practices to minimize potential exposure to internal and external hazardous materials including but not limited to: blood and blood borne pathogens, infectious/communicable diseases, noise, excessive physical injury from patients, airborne dusts, fumes, and gases. Performs required duties at a high level, with minimal orientation. May be required to “float” outside of primary assignment location to another clinical assignment for which s/he is qualified to work. Remains flexible regarding work schedule to meet client staffing requirements.
The Speech Pathologist is responsible for providing therapy to patients at home or in alternative settings.
The Medical Social Worker (MSW) is responsible for assisting patients to enhance and restore their ability to function socially and economically at home.