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The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) is responsible for direct nursing care of assigned patients under the supervision of a registered nurse or physician in patient care area. The LPN provides and documents direct nursing care of assigned patients under the supervision of a registered nurse or physician. Nursing care is guided by the physician orders and the nursing plan of care. Patient response to care is reported to a registered nurse for evaluation, intervention and modification of the plan of care. The LPN assists physicians and other nursing personnel in the performance of various diagnostic procedures. The LPN performs functions as noted above and generally with an assigned patient load, but LPN is ready and willing to assist co-workers with ANY nursing support function and across any case load including other units that may not be the normal primary work assignment. The LPN must be willing to coordinate alternate housing within the facility in advance of shifts when inclement weather potential threatens the ability to get to the facility. The LPN may be required to report back to work during any emergency situation i.e. mass casualty, internal disaster, etc.
Graduate of an accredited Practical Nurse program required.
Previous acute care experience preferred.
Previous Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems preferred.
Current South Carolina (or compact state) licensure as LPN (SCLLR) in good standing required.
Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required.
Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with co-workers, nursing colleagues, physicians, and department heads.
Exemplary core customer service skills strongly required.
Knowledge of nursing theory and practice required.
Strong organizational skills required.
Strong PC skills required.
Strong verbal communication skills required.
Ability to exercise independent judgement in emergency situations.
Occasional exposure to difficult patients.
Stress level high due to multiple demands frequently occurring simultaneously.
Radiation and biohazardous/infectious materials risk prevalent.
Prolonged standing and walking required.
Medium - While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently (activity or condition exists from 1/3 to 2/3 of the time) required to stand, sit, and walk; occasionally (activity or condition exists up to 1/3 of the time) to use hands, fingers; and frequently to talk or hear. The employee must exert 20 to 35 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 to 15 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Ability to hear to process instructions and safety code and alarms required. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job and will be assessed by post offer Employee Health fit-for-duty review.
Offers of employment at Conway Medical Center’s (CMC) ambulatory locations are for a primary work location (typically one ambulatory site location). Employees will work at that location the majority of time. However, all CMC staff function as one larger team when needed. In order to ensure patients, receive consistent care with little disruption, employees are required and must be positively willing to “float” to assist at any site location as a condition of accepting employment with CMC. This may include any support function and across any case load including work assignments at other practices that may not be the normal primary work location. When “floating” occurs, staff may request reimbursement for mileage expense for travel that otherwise would not have occurred to and from the primary location. Additionally, it is understood that staff may float to secondary work locations where they are not familiar with staff, physician preferences and the physical work location. Thus, an orientation to the secondary location will occur and staff reserve the authority to professionally, temporarily and without recourse decline a task for which they feel they are not adequately trained or competent to perform safely, until such time a staff member can conduct competency training and education.