Eligibility Certification

This allows AAA Nursing Services, which provides home care services, to submit evidence that the employee has met our strict employment standards and has successfully passed our background check. Once eligible for employment our staff members are prepared to securely care for your loved one.

Eligibility Benefits for the Employee:

  • Shows referral sources and clients that our caregivers are employees and carry workers’ compensation, and liability insurance.
  • Demonstrates that our caregivers have been background checked and screened for tuberculosis.
  • Provides a competitive edge in the marketplace, and improves the ability to secure new business.
  • Enhances staff recruitment and development.

Eligibility Benefits from AAA Nursing Services:

  • Proof of current general liability insurance in the amount of at least one million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence and three million dollars ($3,000.000) in the aggregate.
  • Proof of current professional liability insurance in the amount of at least one million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence and three million dollars ($3,000.000) in the aggregate.
  • Proof of current workers’ compensation insurance policy. Proof of coverage for all employees providing care under Class Code 8827 listed in the declaration pages.
  • Proof of a pre-employment background clearance on each individual hired as a home care professional, unless the individual holds a valid, unexpired license or certificate in a health-related field that requires a background check as a condition of that license or certificate. The background clearance shall consist of one of the following:
  • A criminal history record check conducted by the California Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  1. A background check conducted by an investigative consumer reporting agency as defined in Section 1786.2 of the Civil Code. The background check shall include, but shall not be limited to, all of the following:
  2. A social security number trace that provides the individual’s residential history and prior names.
  3. A criminal history search in all counties and federal districts in which, as disclosed by the individual and according to the results of the trace specified in subparagraph (a), the individual has resided, worked, or attended school within the past seven years.
  4. A search of a commercial criminal record database using both the current and any previous names of the individual, as disclosed by the individual and according to the results of the trace specified in subparagraph (a).
  5. Proof of pre-employment tuberculosis screening for each individual hired as a home care professional. Tuberculosis screening means a tuberculin skin test and, if that test is positive, an x-ray of the lungs.