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Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - Charge Nurse

Company: Providence Place
Location: High Point
Posted on: June 6, 2021

Job Description:

Full Time (all shifts) and Part Time (weekend) shifts available

Basic functions of position:

The main duties of Charge Nurses are to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate care for clients under their jurisdiction. They are to provide care to residents at a very personal level and have direct contact with residents on a daily basis.

Primary functions of position:

  • Provide bedside care to residents including personal hygiene maintenance
  • Record the residents vital signs (including blood pressure, pulse, and respiratory rate)
  • Collect resident's health information
  • Relay information between residents, registered nurses, and physicians
  • Give oral medications and injections to residents
  • Test a residents blood sugar levels
  • Urinary catheter insertion and care
  • Wound care and dressing changes
  • Ostomy site care and maintenance
  • Assist residents with personal hygiene
  • Monitor for changes in residents
  • Proper charting, documentation, and maintenance of residents medical records

Employee Benefits:

  • Set work schedules
  • Holidays
  • Competitive pay rates
  • Training and development opportunities
  • Ability to grow and develop others
  • Medical, dental ,vision, Life, STD, LTD, Flex spending and a 403B plan

Educational Requirements:

An Associate's degree from a community college, technical school, or vocational school. North Carolina certification as a practical nurse.

Preferred Education:

Bachelor's degree in nursing.

Keywords: Providence Place, High Point , Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - Charge Nurse, Other , High Point, North Carolina

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