Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
Jane Pauley is a multifunctional Federally Qualified Healthcare Center (FQHC), specializing in providing stable consistent healthcare to all individuals in need regardless of income or insurance status. We are an ever-growing innovative organization with 20+ facilities in 5 counties spanning across the greater Indiana area. We do what we do simply because we care for our communities.
The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) assists with the examination and treatment of patients under the direction of a Physician and/or Advance Practice Provider.
For more information, or to submit an application, please visit us at: https://janepauleychc.org/careers/
Summary of Essential Job Functions/Responsibilities
- Properly prepares exam rooms for patient care by ensuring the room is properly stocked and cleaned.
- Triages patient phone calls, reviews patient test results, handle pharmacy calls, and reviews patient medications.
- Rooms patients, checks vital signs, and assesses patient needs to communicate with provider.
- Assists provider with patient procedures as directed by the provider.
- Communicates effectively both written and orally with patients, patients’ families, coworkers, and other outside entities.
- Completes routine forms for patients as appropriate.
- Ensures chart documentation in the Electronic Health Record (HER) is correctly completed in timely manner.
- Performs lab tests as directed by provider, prepares specimens, operates and calibrates laboratory equipment, and maintains laboratory documentation in accordance with CLIA standards and practice specific protocols.
- Reconciles billing from offsite labs by comparing daily lab log with patient EHR.
- Schedules offsite diagnostic tests and communicates effectively with patients.
- Facilitates referral processes for patients as needed.
- Takes manual inventory of drugs.
- Performs front office duties as needed.
- Adheres to all JPCHC policies and procedures.
- Indiana LPN license required.
- Clinical Competency Testing (Written and Clinical) required.
- Certification in Basic Life Support from accredited entity.
- Graduate of an accredited Nursing program required.
- One to Three years of experience in a clinical setting or ambulatory medical practice required.
- Ability to take vitals, administer injections, perform routine lab procedures and collection, knowledge of sterile techniques, and infectious waste handling.
- Demonstrates knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to age of patients served.
Benefits package includes: medical ; dental; vision; life; voluntary life; long-term disability; short-term disability; flexible spending accounts; generous paid time off; generous company match 401(k) retirement plan; tuition reimbursement; EAP, maternity leave, and much more! Come join an organization that cares.