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IL Nurse (RN / LPN)

IL Nurse (RN / LPN)

Job ID 
2017-1086
Client Location 
Belleville, IL 62221
Shift(s) 
Days, Evenings, Nights, Overnights, Weekends
Branch/Office Location 
US-IL-Edwardsville
Category 
Nurse- RN / LPN

More information about this job

Shift / Client Location

MULTIPLE CASES

 

              Client 1)  Friday 7a-5p, Sunday-Thursday 9p-7a;

                              Fridays 10p-8a (all hours are flexible)

 

              Client 2)  Sa:   7a-7p

                              Sa:   7p-7a

                              Su:   7a-7p

        

             Client 3)  Monday-Friday 8a-4p

 

              Client 4) STAFFED

                                                     

 Client Location:  Belleville, IL  62221

 

*Contact Recruitment to obtain specific details about these clients*  1-800-830-2737   

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Job Summary

A licensed practical nurse (LPN) or registered nurse (RN), with valid nursing license, provides hourly skilled nursing care to clients in their homes.  Nurse primarily works one-on-one with client unassisted in client home, with access to clinical nurse supervisor 24/7 via phone.  The nurse follows the care plan in the home and reports any changes in client condition to clinical nursing supervisor and doctor.  While on the job, the nurse is required to complete hourly agency documentation of nursing assessments and completed tasks.  Nurse must be able to adequately respond to emergency situations and perform life saving measures if the need arises. 

 

Requirements

  • Must be Health Care Provider CPR Certified
  • Able to lift 50 lbs and push/pull 100 lbs
  • Additional state regulations and agency requirements are needed and will be discussed during the application process.

 

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