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138 private rooms are divided into household communities of about 12 individuals. Features include wireless internet access, flat-screen TVs, wireless call systems, and much more. Each household features a comfortable living room, dining room, den, fireplace, and large kitchen. Open floor plans eliminate long hallways as every room opens up to a common space, promoting connectivity and community. All finishes are warm and residential and look more like someone’s home rather than your traditional nursing facility.
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At Maine Veterans’ Homes – Augusta, you’ll work in the organization’s first Home developed to care for the unique needs of veterans and their families.
If you’re new to healthcare, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from the best, while seasoned professionals can hone their skills with a caring and supportive team. Resident-centered care is at the forefront of our philosophy, which not only benefits those who receive care but those who give it.
We’re hiring RNs, CNAs and more for a variety of shifts. See all our open positions and benefits.
As an independent nonprofit organization, Maine Veterans’ Homes relies on the generosity of individuals and organizations to help us care for those who served. Daily, we provide care and comfort to approximately 600 Veterans, spouses and Gold Star parents in our six Homes across Maine.
At each of our nursing homes, we have a very active base of volunteers and contributors. Individuals from Veterans’ service organizations and the community at large make regular visits, call out bingo, read to residents, and provide those little things that make a big difference.
We believe it is a privilege and our responsibility to provide care and support for those who honorably served our country.
We thank you for supporting the honored Veterans of Maine!