Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
Nurses and More, Inc. in Orlando, FL is currently looking for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) to help cover needs with our home health care clients. We are committed to delivering high quality care to our patients through exceptional customer service, proven Outcomes, and Seamless Care. We have been taking care of loved ones for 32 years!
Come Join Our Quality Team as we Transform lives through EXCEPTIONAL in-home care services!!
Nurses and More, Inc is a Central Florida region - Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties.
Nurses and More offers the following benefits to our staff:
- Advance Pay
- Weekly Pay
- ATM Payroll Card
- Direct Deposit
- Great Support Staff
- Flexible Schedules (PER DIEM)
- A Great Work Environment
- Competitive Pay Rates
- Referral Bonuses
- Current State License Practical Nursing License
- Current CPR (cannot be online course)
- Current Driver's License
- Physical within 1 year (must include state "free of communicable diseases")
- Current TB Skin Test (within 12 months), Chest X-ray (must be within 5 years), QuantiFERON (within 12 months)
- Two Character reference (must be co-workers, not supervisors)
- Current Alzheimer's Training (must be 2 hours)
- HIV/AIDS CEU (Required only if you have held your nursing license for 2 years or longer)
- Proof of full COVID vaccination (per CMS vaccine mandate) OR submit an approved medical exemption (with supportive documentation) OR religious exemption prior to hire date
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Provides skilled nursing care within the nursing scope of practice, the standard of care, and as ordered on the plan of care and in compliance with physician orders.
- Supervised visits by a Registered Nurse within the patient's home at least every 30 days.
- Documents skilled care and/or services provided in compliance with federal and state laws and regulations, and Agency policies and procedures. Documentation is reviewed by Director of Nursing (DON) for approval.
- Participates in case conferences to discuss multidisciplinary team responsibilities, patient progress, plans for continuned care, to assure the patient care needs are met.
- Addresses and supports patient/family cultural practices, as long as such practices do not harm others or interfere with the patient's treatment plan.
- Promotes and provides patient/family/caregiver education using various verbal and written communication.
- Knowledge of federal, state regulations and Agnecy's policies and procedures regarding patient care.
- Communicates with all members of the health care team, including physicians appropriately and in a timely manner.
- Notifies the physician, the Clinical Director, and other members of the health care team of any changes in the patient's condition and the need to modify the plan of care.
- Maintains currency of knowledge and skills.
- Participates in the Agency's Quality Improvement Program.
- Attends Agency meetings and in-service programs as required.
- Obtains appropriate number of continuing education credits to maintain active license status.
- Maintain confidentiality of patient and Agency information at all times.
- Administer Medication
- Electronic Medical Record
- Long Term Care Professional
- Long Term Care
- Wound Care