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RN/LPN Per Diem - 11p - 7a

Overview

RN/LPN Per Diem

11p-7a

Seeking per diem RN/LPN to provide direct resident care in a team-focused environment where our residents are at the heart of what we do.

Responsibilities

  • Performs professional duties in accordance with facility policies/procedures and standards of professional practice, State of New Hampshire Nurse Practice Act, OBRA and HIPAA.
  • Collaborates with interdisciplinary team members to formulate individualized resident care plans. Updates care plans as necessary. Participates in Resident Care Plan Meetings.
  • Institutes care protocols as indicated including: falls prevention, safety and elopement, behavior management, weight management, skin integrity, bowel/bladder management, infection control guidelines (Standard Precautions), and pain assessment and management.
  • Assesses and documents changes in residents’ physical or mental status and reports findings to the primary care physician and treatment team. Provides complete clinical data to facilitate decision-making.
  • Provides leadership and direction for direct caregivers. Prepares daily assignments and delegates workload appropriately. Supervises direct care through observation and evaluation of direct care results.
  • Establishes positive working relationships with team members, residents and family members in order to facilitate open, direct communication.
  • Obtains, administers and documents medications and treatments given to residents following professional guidelines and Nursing department policies. Inventories and maintains locked system for narcotics.
  • Supports, creates, and maintains a positive culture for team members and residents

Qualifications
  • Must possess, as a minimum, a Nursing Degree or Diploma from an accredited college, University or nursing school.
  • Long term care facility and specialized knowledge of nursing care of the elderly and rehabilitative nursing is preferred.
  • Must hold a registered nursing (RN, LPN) license within the State of New Hampshire. Certified in intravenous administration preferred. Must maintain CEU's annually. CPR is required.

Make a difference while making a living in an award-winning independent retirement community where your work helps change lives for the better every day. You have the opportunity to create connections and provide support with our residents.

Posted
01/14/2021
Salary Range
$39,000.00 - 62,000.00
per Year
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Location
Kingston, NH 03848, US