Knightingale Health Services, LLC is a fresh, dedicated healthcare staffing company that specializes in temp-to-hire, locums, and direct hire opportunities in healthcare staffing for local, state and federal hospitals nationwide. We strive to hire the best possible registered nurses, physicians, and allied health professionals for our clients while building long-lasting relationships with our candidates!
We are currently seeking a qualified LPN for a Hospice in Fort Worth, TX .
City: Fort Worth
Specialty: Hospice (Hospice Care)
Need Specifics: This is for their inpatient unit in Burleson, TX. Must have hospice experience and be familiar with Homecare Home base software. Must be comfortable with inpatient setting and working with IV’s. It would be overnight shifts 3 12 hour shifts per week.
Unit Specifics: Identify the patient’s and family’s physical, psychosocial, environmental, safety and developmental needs and individualizing the patient’s plan of care based on the needs identified.–Document problems, nursing assessments, appropriate goals, care provided, care interventions and patient and family outcomes achieved from intervention and care provided.– Assess all aspects of the patient’s pain and developing an individualized pain management plan.–Anticipate, prevent and treat undesirable symptoms or secondary symptoms.–Participate in the interdisciplinary team (IDT) meeting to establish, review and revise the plan of care for each patient, including exchange of information, review of problems, and sharing of professional support.–Maintain up to date patient records to ensure that problems, plans, interventions, and goals are accurately and clearly stated and changes are reflected as they occur.–Teach appropriate interventions, medications, effects and side effects to patient, caregiver, volunteers and other as appropriate.–Implement care to achieve outcomes of comfortable and safe dying, self-determined life closure and effective grieving for patient and family.–Responsible for maintenance of electronic medical records, assuring accuracy, completeness and compliance with regulations, certification standards, legal and ethical standards. Identify and address comfort care needs.–Support, instruct and educate the patient, family, and caregiver. Coordinate all patient and family services.–Maintain the dignity of the dying patient.–Support the patients and family’s unique spiritual and cultural beliefs.–Provide holistic, family-centered care across treatment settings to improve the quality of life. Consult and collaborate with the interdisciplinary team and others involved in the patients care.–Provide care consistent with National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization standards of practice for hospice programs.
FOR IMMEDIATE Assistance and a faster response please TEXT:
Troy Franklin 407-574-2161
ONLY if you meet ALL the requirements above and you would like to expedite the process, please start by emailing me your updated resume/CV showing you possess the experience.
Or if you have questions regarding the opportunity, please text me a day and time you are available in order for me to prescreen you ensuring you meet the qualifications.
Email me your required documents at:
***Our team can conduct a screening on the same day you apply and if you commit to the opportunity after the screening process, we then can submit your profile to the facility on the same day as well!
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