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RN or LPN - LTC
Ref No.: 19-09057
Location: Powell, Wyoming
Position Type:Contract
1. General job duties. Types of procedures required.
Provide intermediate level of care to nursing home residents. Medication administration, dressing changes, foley catheter changes, nebulizer treatments.

2. Equipment utilized in the unit/dept. (Is there computerized charting, medication systems, etc.)
PointClickCare is used for the electronic medical record and medication administration. Medications are housed in cassettes, with some resident medications in bottles as they are from outside pharmacies (VA, Client, etc.).

3. Required skills and minimum years of experience.
Intermediate level of nursing care. Must be a licensed practical nurse or registered nurse. Minimum of one year experience required.

4. Specific licensures and certifications/registrations required. (ARRT, CRT, BLS, ACLS, etc)
BLS in addition to a nursing license.

5. Shift or schedule requirements. (Will the employee ever work alone? Is call required? If so, how often? Are weekends required?)
6:45pm to 7:15am, 36-hours per week. Every other weekend required. Rotate every other holiday. There will be five nurses working in the Care Center from 7-11pm (not including CNAs) and from 11pm-7am, there will be two nurses working (not including CNAs). On-call is not required.

6. Floating to other units/departments. (If so, to which units/departments?)
Would be assigned to one wing of the Care Center. May float to the secure unit as needed. Would not be floating to the attached hospital.

7. Bed size/number of rooms for this unit/dept.
Three units; North, South, and West. North and South have 42 beds, West has 16 beds. Current census of facility is 87.

8. Nurse to patient ratio of this unit. (nursing only)
7-11pm would be up to 19 residents, 11pm-7am would be up to 38 residents.

9. Dress Code:
Scrubs. No culottes or capri scrub pants. Eggplant colored scrubs are not permitted, as an OB specific color. Shoes must be closed-toe.

10. Tell us about the unit/department specific training and orientation program.
Orientation is given to the facility and the Restorative department (lifts, gait belt, oxygen, suction machines, etc.) and at minimum two shifts of orientation to the unit that they would be assigned.