The Licensed Practical Nurse is a licensed nurse responsible for collection of data to be used in patient assessment, contribution of patient information to be used in planning patient care, implemetation of nursing interventions listed in the plan of care, and evalution of patient responses to nursing interventions. The LPN also participates in patient teaching, discharge planning, rehab, and assists with coordination of other activities of ancillary nursing personnel while maintaining standards of professional nursing practice and the established policies and procedures of the hospital. Collects data, plans and implements the nursing care of residents within the skilled nursing setting with the supervision of a Registered Nurse. Responsible for ensuring continuity of care of the residents between shifts by providing direct care as well as supervising the care given by CNA's and support staff members. Participates in resident and family teaching. Maintains role as resident advocate with a focus on the facility's mission.
Degree/Diploma Program of Study
Certification Program Nursing
Years of Experience:
No Experience Required
1-3 years of Long Term Care Experience Preferred.
Must have South Carolina licensure.