St. Patrick's Manor Medication Nurse (RN / LPN) 3 pm to 7pm in Framingham, Massachusetts
St. Patricks Manor is a nonprofit, short-term and long-term care facility sponsored by the Carmelite Sisters. St. Patricks Manor is a place of life, a place of caring, and more importantly, a true home for over 300 residents. Located on twenty-six acres of lush manicured lawns and gardens in Framingham, MA, we are just minutes from Rte. 9, which allows for easy access to the Mass Pike.
Do you Love Serving residents and having relationships with their families? Do you take pride in knowing you are providing top quality care? Do you want a career in a nursing facility that values treating all people with dignity and respect? We would like to talk with you about the opportunity for a career in a well respected, long term care nursing facility. We currently have openings for Licensed Nurses (RNs or LPNs) to work regular 3pm 7pm shifts. (Includes every other weekend) This is a wonderful opportunity for someone who is looking for a part time position that doesnt require 8 hour shifts. We are willing to work with you to create a work schedule that will work with your life schedule.
The medication nurse is responsible for the accurate and timely distribution of medications on the unit and for the assumption of overall responsibility of the unit in the absence of the charge nurse.
Prepare, administer, and document medications following accepted nursing standards. Perform all nursing duties according to Federal and State regulations and Company policy using Point Click Care electronic health software. Obtain report from outgoing nurse and record sufficient information to implement appropriate follow-up action as necessary. Provide report to nurse coming on duty, including sufficient information for follow-up action if necessary. Conduct resident rounds daily, reporting problems to charge nurse. Identify safety hazards, initiate immediate “life saving” measures in the absence of a physician. Follow, supervise and evaluate implementation of the Resident’s Rights Program. Provide clinical supervision of nursing assistants providing direct resident care. Counsel nursing assistants and recommend disciplinary action, when necessary, to the charge nurse. Communicate in a positive, caring, and helpful manner with residents, family members, and other staff. Education/Experience:
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing and currently licensed as a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts;