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Licensed Vocational Nurse

Relode

This is a Contract position in Fort Worth, TX posted July 28, 2019.

Key Qualifications: Licenses & Certifications: BLS, TX License, LVN Minimum Education: Associates Years of Experience: 1 years Travel Requirements: 75% travel, Local Schedule Details: On Call, Day Care Settings: Acute Benefits: Travel Reimbursement, Sign on bonus, Shift differentials , Professional development opportunities, Full benefits , 401k About this Company: We are a national post-acute healthcare provider with 45 years of industry experience.

We thrive on providing patient-centric care and a warm and personalized experience within our local communities.

We have more than 22,000 qualified professionals in over 190 offices who are dedicated to improving quality of living.

With advanced technologies, proprietary programs and extensive training, our caring team members uphold our mission for over 90,000 patients and clients each year.

Overview: Required skills & experience 1) Graduate from an approved school of professional nursing and currently licensed to practice as a Licensed Vocational Nurse nurse in the state of agency operation 2) One (1) year experience as a LVN, Home Health preferred 3) 3-6 months of Psychiatric experience preferred 4) Must be a licensed driver with an automobile that is insured in accordance with state and/or organization requirements and is in good working order.

What You Need to Know: 1) Amazing benefits and generous PTO 2) Hourly rates above national average 3) Growing company that retains family-like organizational culture 4) Will use HomeCare/HomeBase EMR System 5) Must be a go-getter and hard worker.

This position is demanding but rewarding 6) Will visit patients more often more often to do patient care and follow the direction of the RN 7) These patients are not home bound