This year at Constellation, we’re commemorating our 15th anniversary by celebrating everyone who has been part of our journey. While we’ve been delivering quality care these 15 years, we’ve remained committed to putting those in need/others first, just as you’d expect from family.Learn More
To the individuals, families, and partners we serve, thank you.
“At Constellation, everyone is family. We believe that and we go the extra mile, as anyone would for those they care for.”—Isaac Steg, CEO
Constellation is a family-owned, family-centered organization that has remained true to our commitment to providing the best patient experience and the highest quality outcomes. We believe this is accomplished by ensuring that everyone we connect with feels valued, trusted, and heard.
We are part of a diverse network of post-acute providers that offer support and resources needed to address a wide range of circumstances and conditions. We also rely heavily on the expertise of our own talented team, who continue to look for ways to implement innovative technologies, processes, and solutions in order to improve patient experiences and satisfaction. The growth and success we have seen over the last 15 years reflect our commitment to our founding principles, as well as our ability to adapt to change while continuing to treat people like they are family.
As a home health services provider we are committed to offering innovative services and solutions that keep individuals safely at home while reducing the need for hospitalizations. Our skilled professionals employ a suite of tools and services that connect individuals and their families to quality care and the outside world. It’s a comprehensive stay-at-home health solution that is more important than ever in light of COVID-19.
Treating people like they’re family doesn’t stop with our patients. We believe that personal connections are key to a rewarding work environment as well. If you are passionate about caring for people, we offer a wide range of opportunities to work for a leader in the health care space in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Pennsylvania.