Licensed Practical Nurse - Outpatient Clinic - UVA Pediatrics Harrisonburg
Sign-On Bonus Offered
Job ID: R0035128 | Healthcare Specialists | Full Time | Harrisonburg, VA
Offering a competitive sign-on bonus to the hired candidate. Please discuss with the hiring manager or recruiter for more details.

The LPN is responsible for providing clinical support to providers and patients in a Clinical Practice Group (CPG) office. These duties may include patient care, vital signs, assisting provider, performing various laboratory tests and quality control indicators, and clinical intake.

LPN Essential Functions of the Job:
  • Rooms patient and completes intake and data collection process per protocols.
  • Gathers preliminary intake, to include patient history, and inputs into medical record system prior to visit for physician review.
  • Completes UPG scribe training to document in the medical record services provided, orders, medications and other activities performed by licensed independent providers in real time during patient encounters.
  • Maintains appropriate inventory of medical supplies and/or vaccines for the practice.
  • Acts as a preceptor for entry-level clinicians.
  • Can perform advanced skills, such as establishing IV access and urinary cath.
  • Performs clinical prep to review records and studies, along with schedules, and ensures patients are scheduled appropriately.
  • Medication administration: oral, compounded and noncompounded IM injections, intradermal and SQ injections, and premixed immunizations/vaccinations.
  • Performs venipuncture and ambulatory procedures within scope of practice.
  • Laboratory duties, including performing point-of-care testing (POCT) and quality control indicators and preparing forms.
  • Manages EMR requirements, to include inbasket, phone call intake and prescription preparation.
  • Performs clinical intake via rooming and telephone encounters.
  • Maintains appropriate inventory of medical supplies for the practice.
  • Maintains medical instruments and ensures clinical areas are appropriately stocked and cleaned.
  • Documents charge capture for services rendered in medical record.
  • Organizes and prioritizes patient care activities considering the needs of the patients and the interdisciplinary team.
  • Implements age-appropriate interventions based on individual patient's needs as directed by the physician.
  • Maintains efficient patient flow throughout the clinic experience.
  • Provides for a safe environment and safe delivery of care.
  • Demonstrates teamwork in the delivery of patient care and ensures a safe environment and safe delivery of care.
  • In addition to the above job responsibilities, other duties may be assigned

  • Education: High school diploma or GED.
  • Experience: LPN with less than 2 years of experience focused primarily on developing knowledge and skills.
  • Licensure: Virginia LPN license. BLS certification.

General busy clinical environment. The incumbent will be working in an office and patient examination room and is required to help move patients when needed and standing during portions of the physical examination. Physical activity required would include the ability to lift/push/pull 20-50 pounds, and would involve standing for prolonged periods of time, as well as frequently bending/stooping and walking. Physical hazards include potential exposure to body fluids and associated pathogens/infectious disease, as well as potential exposure to chemicals.

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