HomeCare.com is currently hiring multiple Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) for PRN/Per Diem work at Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation facilities in the Philadelphia area. We offer tons of flexibility in your schedule, with 8- or 12-hour shifts, days or nights, weekdays or weekends.
We are offering starting hourly rates of $26/hour and will soon be adding comprehensive benefits packages for LPNs working a minimum number of shifts per month. Opportunities for long-term employment may be available at the end of contract.
HomeCare.com is a revolutionary business model that allows in-home caregivers nationwide to take control of their career by working directly with families, resulting in 30% higher wages than the national average. Caregivers are able to set their own schedule, hourly rates and locations of their clients, and families save up to 30% on in-home care due to the elimination of miscellaneous agency fees.
We are currently expanding to incorporate Staffing for Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care facilities. Join our up-and-coming team of PRN Nurses to take advantage of the highest paid hourly rates in the market, and stick with us for a growing list of benefits for our dedicated Nursing Team.
ABOUT THIS POSITION:
The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) assists with nursing assessments and care planning, administers direct resident care, and supervises resident care provided by CNAs on the nursing team.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Responsibilities:
Provides quality nursing care to residents to maintain or attain the highest practical level of functioning
Assesses residents for any decline of condition, signs of change in condition, weight loss, decline in ambulation, etc.
Notifies appropriate staff per facility protocol of the need for evaluation and informs staff on any changes in assessment
Administers medications and treatments to residents which includes monitoring administration of intravenous fluids and placing orders for medication
Confer with residents and families on any issues relating to patient care and services
Make referrals to other departments when appropriate
Create employee and resident incident reports and complete follow-up investigation forms
Maintain accountability for controlled substances by reviewing inventory medications with another licensed nurse and notifying supervisors of discrepancies
Supervise CNAs and unit clerk in regards to work procedures, expediting work flow, evaluations, counseling, etc.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Requirements:
Must have an active license as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in the State of Pennsylvania
Graduate from an accredited School of Nursing
Team player, strategic thinker and quick to get up to speed
$26/hr starting rates
8- or 12-hour shifts
opportunities for long-term employment
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