LPN

Seasoned Recruitment Hot Springs , AR 71909

Posted 2 weeks ago

Job Description:
In accordance with our mission and core values, the licensed practical nurse will perform care requiring specialized knowledge, judgment, and nursing skills. The LPN uses patient care skills, teamwork, meets practice guidelines, and follows clinic specific policies and regulatory standards, under the supervision of the clinic physician.
Required skills & experience (the “must haves” to be considered):
- Open to new grads!
- Current Arkansas LPN Licensure
What you need to know:
- White glove relocation assistance
- Competitive sign-on incentives
- First ever magnet designated facility in the state of Arkansas
- Schedule: 7am - 4pm

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