LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) works under direct supervision using the Nurse Practice Act, Company standards, Policies and Procedures, and nursing judgment. Delivers nursing care to patients/residents requiring long-term or rehabilitative care. Assesses patients/residents and makes observations and report pertinent information related to the care of the patient/resident.
Implements the patient/resident plan of care and evaluates the patient/resident response. Directs and supervises care given by other nursing personnel in selected situations. Maintains knowledge of necessary documentation requirements. Maintains knowledge of equipment set-up, maintenance, and use, i.e. monitors, infusion devices, drain devices, etc. Maintains confidentiality and patient/resident rights, regarding all patient/resident personnel information. Provides patient/resident/family/caregiver education as directed. Conducts self in a professional manner in compliance with unit and facility polices. Initiates emergency support measure (i.e., CPR, protects patient/residents from injury).
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse)
Current license to practice profession in state. Current CPR card
Note: Rehabilitation and Nursing Center experience preferred