Sets up dialysis machines then connects patient to the equipment, monitors treatment and disconnects patients after treatment, does the assessment and documentation of patient care in order to determine patient's needs, works with staff following direction from registered nurse, charge nurse, supervisor, manager, analyzes laboratory work, accomplishes orders of the physician such as carrying out medications.
Current Washington state license in practical nursing.
3:00PM-11:30PM. 24-40 hours per week. Mon-Sat. 1 year clinical experience required. WA LPN license required.
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- Paid training
- Medical and dental coverage
- Life insurance
- 401(k) plan
- Paid time off
- Annual Employee Appreciation Week