UCLA Health Sr. LVN- Liver Transplant 8N in Los Angeles, California
LVN on the Liver Transplant Unit, under RN supervision performs the following
responsibilities: Clinical: the assessment of basic & complex patient care
problems both actual and potential. Collaborates with the RN and MD to
formulate a patient plan of care; updates the care plan with input from all
team members, assumes an active role in the actual planning of patient care
goals. Assists in providing and maintaining a safe patient care environment.
Prepares and administers medications according to policy. Keeps self-current
with orders written for assigned patients. Performs other specific functions
according to specific protocols. Assists in emergency situations. Documents
records. Teaching: Participates in developing, implementing and evaluating the
patient and family teaching plan for effectiveness. Assists in assessing
learning needs of students, new LVNs and floats. Orients LVN staff, students,
and floats. Professional Standards: support institutional standards and systems
operations. Fulfillment of work schedule commitments. Completion of health
courses and requirements per policy, maintains appearance, conduct and attitude
of the LVN role model.Qualifications
Graduation from an
accredited LVN school
Current active licensure as an LVN in the State of California.
Knowledgeable in university, hospital, and departmental policies and
procedures. Be able to communicate effectively. Must be able to perform basic
nursing functions in the care of patients.
Must be able to organize work, set priorities and work under stress. Must be
able to accept direction, be flexible, and work scheduled hours as needed.
literacy skills to access and input data in computerized logging systems.
Blood and IV withdrawal required.
Minimum of 6 months of LVN experience required.
Experience in inpatient acute care setting experience and EKG
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