High School Degree or GED required
Completion of an accredited LPN school
Healthcare experience preferred
Licensed in the State of Ohio as a Licensed Practical Nurse and/or West Virginia
BLS certification required
Demonstrated proficiency in clinical setting, knowledge and skills
Knowledge in documenting and maintaining electronic health records
Demonstrates the skills and judgment necessary to contribute to a nursing plan of care, nursing interventions, and procedures as necessary for the care of the patient through knowledge of clinic policies and procedures. Under the direction of the provider, responsible for providing and recording sample medications to patients. Demonstrates knowledge of commonly prescribed medications, including administration technique, action, dosage, and side effects.
Identifies patient care problems and communicates them to the provider by observing patients. Documents patient intake including vital statistics, verification of allergies, past history, updated medication list, and review of system findings as stated by patient or delegate. Performs assigned nursing procedures and treatments as ordered and within scope of practice with appropriate, timely documentation. Assists in patient education as needed
Maintains up-to-date and accurate documentation of nursing care by authenticating all entries in the medical records and maintains office records and logs as directed by the supervisor.
Collect specimens and appropriately fills out forms in accordance with department/unit standards
Submits prescriptions under the provider’s direction and ensures that all prescriptions that are called, written or sent electronically to the pharmacy are documented in the patient medical record at the time of execution after an appropriate physician order is given.
Maintains compliance in RQI.
Assumes all other duties and responsibilities as necessary.
Compensation Details: Education, experience, and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended. Minimum hiring rate for this position is listed below.
Memorial Health System is proud to offer an affordable, comprehensive benefit package to all full time and flex time employees.
Medical Insurance – PPO & HDHP
Dental and Vison Insurance
Health Saving Account
Flexible Spending Account
Pension Plan – Defined Contribution
403b Retirement Plan
Voluntary Life Insurance
Short-Term & Long-Term Disability
Holiday Pay & Premium
Performance & Market Increases
Relocation Package, if applicable
This position is patient facing and/or requires close interaction with other employees, or other factors that would compel mandatory vaccinations unless otherwise approved for a medical or religious exemption.
Memorial Health System is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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