Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Alliance Nursing provides pediatric and adult private duty nursing for patients with medically intensive needs. We also have three small group homes that provide a family setting for medically complex patients.
Alliance Nursing is licensed to provide service to all counties in Western Washington.
We will be happy to help you determine if you have coverage through your insurance company, Medicaid or other source.
Alliance cares for adults who are ventilator-dependant or have medically complex needs at some of our clients have had spinal cord injuries or advanced stages of multiple sclerosis or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
The Camellia House is located in Lynnwood, the Lilac House in Kirkland, and the Foxglove Meadow house in Snohomish, WA.
For Nursing Applicants:
Yes. We will happily train new graduates.
No. We offer on-site training as well as ventilator classes.
While our clients and families appreciate consistency, we have many nurses that work part time to accommodate school schedules, other jobs, and family commitments. We offer flexible scheduling.
We train all of our nurses in the home before their first scheduled shift. The amount of orientation depends on the nurse’s experience and the complexity of care needed. We also offer Ventilator, CPR, and First Aid training classes in our Woodinville office.
Our nurses are paid weekly on Fridays. The pay period runs from the Monday day shift through the Sunday night shift, and is paid the following Friday.
US Health Works Locations:
Free Online Training:
Contact Human Resources for log in information.
Renew Your Nursing License:
Renew Your Nursing Assistant License:
Nursing Specific Web Sites:
- http://heal-wa.org/ (free online continuing education and nursing information)
- Washington State Health Professionals Customer Service Center
- Continuing Education on the Web
- National Council of State Boards of Nursing
How to document your nursing continuing education/competency:
Employee Assistance Program
Our philosophy as a company is focused on providing the highest quality nursing care possible. To support that goal, we have established an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to provide support and guidance to employees who are experiencing life problems that may or may not be related to drugs and alcohol or may or may not negatively impact their job performance. Our commitment is to have a healthy, satisfied, drug-free workforce. Please feel free at any time to ask our Human Resources Department what our EAP offers.