Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) for Skilled Nursing / Rehabilitation / Long Term CareBenefits for LPNs consist of direct deposit, paid time off (PTO), 401(k), Dental, Medical and Vision Insurance, and more!Looking for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) who want to make a real difference in the lives of their patients. Hard-working and care-oriented, the LPN must have a collaborative mindset as part of a team of nurses and nursing assistants who works together to provide patients the top level of care. The LPN will provide direct care and services to clients under the supervision of the registered nurse and in accordance with physician orders.Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Responsibilities: Conducting physical examinations including pertinent diagnostic testing to determine health statusAdministering medications and treatmentsParticipating in the care planning processCommunicating with physicians regarding changes in conditions, diagnostic test results, etc.Documenting assessments and care in compliance with standards of care and company policy.Educating patients and their families on health-related issues.Completing required forms and documents in accordance with company policy and state or federal regulationsLicensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Requirements:Graduate of an accredited school of NursingValid State licensure as an LPNCurrent CPR certification Associated topics: license, licensed practical, licensed vocational, licensed vocational nurse, lpn, med, mtp, nurse lpn, vocational, vocational nurse
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