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Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - Charge Nurse
Indianapolis, IN 46201
Posted 11 weeks ago
Discuss pay at interview
Since 1964, Indiana families have looked to Miller's Health Systems for compassionate care for their loved ones. In that time, Miller's Health Systems has grown to become Indiana's largest 100% employee-owned health care provider. As operators of more than 40 nursing care and senior living properties across the state of Indiana, MHS offers a wide variety of employment and professional growth opportunities. To learn more about our company, visit us at: .
Miller's Health Systems has been providing health care to our friends and neighbors in Indiana since 1964 and now have more than 40 locations across the state. If you are a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) with excellent clinical skills who values the opportunity to develop relationships with your co-workers and patients, we d like to talk to you about joining our team.
As an LPN at Miller's, you are responsible for the nursing care of the patients on your shift. You will utilize and build upon your skills related to Tracheostomy care, IV (PICC, central, midline), blood draws, TPN, wound care, medication/side effect monitoring, and more. You will follow the Comprehensive Care Plan for your patients and assist by providing thorough and accurate documentation. You will supervise and provide leadership to the direct care personnel on your shift.
Apply if you are:
A Licensed Practical Nurse in the State of Indiana
Passionate about serving others
Professional in appearance and behavior
Able to work with a dedicated team
1. Currently licensed and registered to practice as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in the State of Indiana.
2. Successfully complete pre-employment process and screening.
3. Pass the physical examination given in behalf of gainful employment within the facility.
4. Professional manner and appearance.
1. Nursing policies and procedures.
2. Administration of medication, possible side effects, treatment administration, local, state, and federal laws and regulations pertaining to resident care.
3. Comprehensive knowledge of nursing practices.
4. Physical, psychological, social and medical needs of residents.
5. Organizational structure and duties of employees under supervision of unit manager.
1. Competent in supervision and leadership.
2. Caring attitude.
4. Foster and maintain a good working relationship with other staff.
5. Good judgement and emotional stability.
6. Ability to follow written and verbal instructions.
EXPOSURE CATEGORY I: Tasks that involve exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues.