The Homeplace at Midway is a short drive from Lexington, and
those 15 miles take you through beautiful Kentucky landscapes
dotted with stone fences, rolling fields, and historic
farmhouses. Midway is best known for its beautiful Thoroughbred
farms and quaint, historic vibe, and the town is full of local
restaurants and merchants. The Homeplace at Midway is next door
to a horse farm, and our neighbors love to visit us at the fence
As Kentucky’s first (and only) Green House® Residence, we believe
in a different kind of senior care. Imagine the opposite of a
traditional nursing home, where elders live in cottages with a
shared kitchen and social areas. We base our standard of care on
the personal relationships between residents and staff, getting
to know each individual and caring for them as if they were our
own family. To accomplish this, our staff to patient ratio is
lower than most of our competitors, and CNAs typically have 12 or
fewer elders to care for each shift. The Homeplace at Midway is a
part of Christian Care Communities. Founded in 1884, Christian
Care is Kentucky’s largest faith-inspired, not-for-profit
provider of senior living and long-term care for older adults.
Would you like to start a career in the nursing field, but don’t
have the experience or certifications you need? If so, consider
joining us as a Nurse Aide Trainee. We’ll help you study, train,
and test to become certified as a State Registered Nurse Aide
(SRNA) at NO COST to you!
Our community is designed to promote physical, emotional and
social wellness, serving our residents with opportunities to
engage daily in meaningful pursuits. We base our standard of care
on the personal relationships between residents and staff,
getting to know each individual and caring for them as if they
were our own family.
What to expect as a Nurse Aide Trainee:
You can look forward to a comprehensive, paid training program
that will prepare you to become a certified State Registered
Nurse Aide (SRNA) in the state of Kentucky. Training includes:
* 75 hours of either online or classroom instruction
* Hands-on clinical training
* Job mentoring
* Preparation for your Kentucky Board of Nursing Competency
After more than a month of classroom and hands-on training
combined, you’ll feel comfortable and confident in taking your
State Competency Evaluation Examination with the Kentucky Board
By the way… we’ll pay for that part, too!
What you can expect as a CNA:
* Contribute to resident quality of life through individualized
caregiving and crucial attention to resident needs.
* Gives prompt and efficient assistance to residents with
activities of daily living skills, dressing and grooming,
obtaining and accurately recording vital signs, mobility, proper
nutrition and social skills.
* Communicate valuable and specialized input to the resident care
plan process by being knowledgeable of and understanding resident
* Promotes independence, encourages socialization, and advocates
for the quality of life of our residents in a manner that
enhances their well-being.
* Serve as a valuable resource to residents, families, visitors,
Must be eligible to enter an approved Nurse Aide Training
Program and will be required to pass state approved competency
evaluation within 120 days from the date of hire.