Works under the supervision of the office manager, RN or clinical lead, and the physicians. Responsible for assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating total nursing care of assigned patients. The LPN may work in a variety of settings and roles within Riverside Medical Group providing hands-on clinical care to include manual vitals, medication review, injections and blood draw. The LPN utilizes communication, critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making to create a care plan for each patient based on physiological, psychosocial and cultural diversity. The LPN may be responsible for supervising and delegating non-professional personnel working directly with him/her to ensure optimum patient care. Must demonstrate competence in dealing with age related needs of specific patient populations served in their assigned unit/dept. Works under the direction of leadership and a multi-disciplinary team to provide a comprehensive range of services or clinical care associated with and in accordance with standards of excellence established by Riverside Health system and facility goals and strategic plans.
Riverside Medical Group has over 500 providers and we are continuing to grow! One of the largest and most diverse multi-specialty group practices in the state of Virginia, our physicians are linked by an electronic medical record system that is leading the nation, now able to provide fast access to quality medical care for our 485,000 patients by interconnecting 500+ providers in 132 locations across all of the Riverside regions.
The Williamsburg region has 16 specialty practices and 2 primary care practices. Williamsburg, Virginia is best known for tourist and historical point of interest. Along with nearby Jamestown and Yorktown, Williamsburg forms part of the Historic Triangle, which attracts more than four million tourists each year. Colonial Williamsburg has many historical sites and the College of William and Mary is the second oldest institution for higher education in the United States.
Education: Must have education required to meet licensure requirements.
Experience: Prior Long Term Care Nursing experience preferred.
Licensure/Certification: Licensed Practical Nurse or board eligible by the State of Virginia or compact state required. Current BLS Certification required.