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  1. Typical Requirements. Education: Graduate of accredited school of licensed practical nursing. Skills and Experience: Current Massachusetts practical nurse license. One year of work experience in ambulatory care setting preferred. Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team.

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  2. JOB DESCRIPTION Licensed Practical Nurse The licensed practice nurse (LPN) is responsible for rendering nursing care in assigned area in terms of individualized client needs, according to dependent and independent nursing functions and conformance with recognized nursing techniques, procedures, and established standards based on the scope of ...

  3. RESPONSIBILITIES: Understands and adheres to established policies and procedures. Implements the nursing care plan for each patient. Provides nursing services, treatments and diagnostic and preventive procedures as assigned. Initiates preventive and rehabilitative nursing procedures as appropriate.

  4. Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) JOB DESCRIPTION. Position Title: Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Exemption Status: Non-Exempt. Job Classification: Job Code: Department: Clinic. Reports to: Clinical Care Manager. Last Update: February 28, 2013. Job Summary .

  5. Nov 25, 2023 · LPN Job Description. Licensed practical nurses (LPN's) fill important roles in modern healthcare practices. Their primary job duty is to provide routine care, observe patients’ health, assist doctors and registered nurses, and communicate instructions to patients regarding medication, home-based care, and preventative lifestyle changes.

  6. Mar 19, 2015 · Knowledge of the principles and skills needed for practical nursing to provide patient care and treatment. Knowledge of examination, diagnostic and treatment room procedures.

  7. The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) is a flexible employee, who can work as a Residential Nurse or as an LPN caregiver in the patient’s home or in a skilled nursing facility (SNF). (See applicable job descriptions) Wherever employed, the LPN’s primary responsibility is providing patient care as directed by the patient’s primary nurse.

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