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Endoscopy Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)--Part Time 30-32 Hours Per Week) Granite Peaks Endoscopy Sandy
Endoscopy Licensed Practical Nurse (lpn)--part Time 30-32 Hours Per Week)
Granite Peaks Endoscopy
Short Description :
Completed license needed LPN Licensed by the State of Utah Special Training Registered Nurses will have 3 months ,…
Full Description :
Granite Peaks Gastroenterology/Endoscopy is seeking a part-time (30-32 hours per week) as needed LPN for our Sandy Endoscopy Center. Our office is growing and we are looking for a professional and motivated individual to join our team.
We believe in compassionate care and impeccable service. We take pride in treating everyone with kindness, honesty and respect. We are looking for someone in alignment with our values that can support our growing team.
Endoscopy LPN responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
Coordinate and supervise patient care reflecting the needs of the patients, families, and the facility.
Give care, showing flexibility with rules and regulations, as indicated by the patient’s needs.
Make decisions reflecting knowledge of facts, knowledge of disease/surgical conditions, care required, and good judgment.
Performance indicates knowledge in all areas of patient and family services specific to outpatient/ambulatory care, equipment safety, conscious sedation, and procedures.
Utilize personal initiative, maintain a steady level of productivity, function as a self-starter, and a compatible and supportive team player.
Communicate appropriately and clearly to the Center Director and Director of Nursing.
Maintain a good working knowledge of medications commonly used in the procedural setting, BLS and ACLS for full time and part time employees. Registered Nurses will have 3 months to obtain ACLS certification.
Have knowledge of IV insertion skills and the fluids used, to include antibiotics given.
Demonstrate the ability to perform a head-to-toe assessment of a patient and reassess as needed.
Have the ability to assess and reassess pain, utilize appropriate pain management techniques, and educate the patient/family.
Perform all aspects of care (pre-operatively, intra-operatively, and post-operatively) in an environment optimizing patient safety and reducing the likelihood of medical/healthcare errors.
Be able to formulate an individualized plan of care for each patient.
Possess knowledge of cardiac monitoring and identifying dysrhythmias.
For assisting the physician during procedures, the candidate must be able to:
Make use of a working knowledge of scopes and care.
Label specimens correctly.
Assist in transport of patient to recovery.
Communicate patient information to the recovery RN.
Treat family and patients with respect and dignity.
Carry out medical and procedural aseptic techniques and universal precautions.
Meet current documentation standards and policies and complete these items during each workday.
Complete annual educational requirements.
Actively participate in Quality Management as directed.
Education : Graduate of an program for an LPN. Able to read and communicate in English. BLS and ACLS.
Experience: One to three years of nursing practice, preferably in a peri-operative setting, or in an Operating Room.
Licensure: LPN Licensed by the State of Utah Special Training: Must have training or self-paced instruction in information management, and be able to utilize computers and various software programs