Would you like to be part of a team committed to being the best at what we do – bringing excellence to end-of-life care?
Do you show compassion by leading with your heart, offering hope, and empowering those you serve?
Are you a person of integrity, adhering to high moral principles and professional standards?
Would you like to provide personalized, one on one, family and patient-centered care?
Do you feel a genuine calling to enrich the end-of-life experience by helping patients and families connect to what matters?
These are our values. If they speak to you, we would love to hear from you!
At Hospice of Lenawee, our focus is on our patients and those who love them. We maintain or improve each patient’s quality of life through a personalized patient care program designed with the patient, their family, their caregivers, and their physicians. In addition to bereavement and grief support, Hospice of Lenawee offers knowledge, education, and resources to everyone in the Lenawee County community.
Hospice of Lenawee is your local nonprofit hospice organization.
Hospice of Lenawee team members enjoy a positive work-life balance with generous paid time off and 11 paid holidays. Come find out why Hospice of Lenawee was voted Lenawee County’s Best Non-Profit three years in a row!
- Ability to make sound clinical judgements and report them in a timely manner.
- Ability to manage time effectively and prioritize immediate needs of patient/ family.
- Ability to function autonomously in the Residence setting within the policies and procedures of HOL.
- Ability to relate sensitively to persons experiencing a loss.
- Demonstrates effective communication skills and provides generous listening to patients/ families.
- Two years clinical nursing experience.
- Experience in hospice, community home health or oncology nursing.
- Experience with dying patients and their families.
12-24 Hours Per Week to include Every 3rd Weekend & Holiday Rotation – The ideal candidate will be available for night shifts*
General Statement of Duties:
During assigned shift provides and directs care to patients and their families based upon the philosophy, policies and procedures of HOL. The LPN will demonstrate excellent clinical and communication skills and will exhibit patience and respect for all patients, families, and HOL team members.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Provides skilled nursing care based on sound organization, analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Follows a comprehensive care plan that addresses physical, emotional, cultural and spiritual needs of the patient/ family with input from the patient/ family and interdisciplinary team.
- Evaluates patient/ family response to plan of care, interventions and reports to RN.
- Aggressively advocates for pain/symptom management.
- Teaches and counsels the patient/family regarding care.
- Exhibits willingness and flexibility to work different and/or extended shifts when needed.
- Participate in weekend and Holiday rotation.
Location: 1903 Wolf Creek Hwy., Adrian, MI 49221
Job Type: Part-time
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