Continuous Care Licensed Vocational Nurse (Lvn)

Roze Room Hospice Culver City , CA 90230

Posted 4 weeks ago

Roze Room is a leading provider of Hospice and Palliative Care, celebrating 25 years of service to Southern California communities.

Seeking Full Time and Per Diem LVNs to provide continuous care for hospice patients in their homes

Must be willing to drive to different areas

Must be comfortable with electronic computer/phone charting

Hourly Rate $30-35 + mileage (Experienced based)


We know hospice nurses are special. Their commitment to assist patients and families in the most vulnerable moments in life is remarkable. As the founder of Roze Room I am honored to celebrate our 20th year in the industry and to be surrounded by dedicated and caring professionals.

Roze Room Hospice was formed to honor the memory of my grandmother Roza, whose favorite flower was the rose. Integrating her name and the flower rose into our name reminds me of our daily purpose and mission.

Therefore, all we do at Roze Room is geared towards the patient and family. Our goal is to provide the best care possible to our patients and treat each patient with love, compassion and dignity. Our nurses are an integral part of our organization and we look forward to you joining our family.

  • Lena Beker, Founder


We are looking for an experienced California licensed vocational nurse ("LVN") to work on-call and/or continuous care shifts. The LVN works under the direction of a Registered Nurse and provides nursing and palliative care to assigned hospice patients.

The On-Call / Continuous Care Hospice LVN provides intermittent visits and/or shifts of skilled nursing care, performs prescribed medical treatments, including pain management and symptom control, provides nursing observations, provides teaching regarding the expected course of the disease, care techniques and other health measures to the patient, family or other primary caregivers, and participates in the care plan development and implementation with other members of the hospice interdisciplinary team. Must be able to utilize computers and be comfortable with EMR. Must possess a sympathetic attitude toward caring for hospice patients and families and must have positive communication skills interaction with other members of the hospice team. On-Call and Continuous Care shifts are frequently after hours and on weekends.

Please contact us to determine current position availability in our areas of service, which include Los Angeles County, San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, South Bay/Long Beach and Ventura County.


Graduate of an accredited school of vocational/practical nursing.

  • Current LVN license within the State. Certification in Hospice and Palliative Vocational/Practical Nursing preferred.

  • At least one-year experience as LVN/LPN.

  • Valid driver's license, and auto insurance, reliable/well maintained transportation.

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