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Travel LPN – 8070127

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Job Title: Travel LPN

Schedule: 8:30 -hour shift (11:00 PM to 7:30 AM).

Duration: 13-week contract position

Summary: As a Travel Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), you will undertake short-term assignments in a Rehabilitation Centre or a Long-Term Care Facility. Your primary responsibility is to assist in patient care, administer medications, and collaborate with the healthcare team to ensure the well-being of patients during your temporary assignments.


  1. Patient Care: Assist patients with activities of daily living (ADLs), including bathing, dressing, eating, and mobility.
  2. Medication Administration: Administer medications and treatments as prescribed by physicians, adhering to proper dosage and schedules.
  3. Vital Signs: Monitor and record patients’ vital signs, such as blood pressure, pulse, temperature, and respiratory rate.
  4. Documentation: Maintain accurate and detailed patient records, including medical histories, nursing interventions, and progress notes.
  5. Collaborative Care: Work closely with registered nurses, physicians, and other healthcare professionals to coordinate patient care.
  6. Wound Care: Provide wound care and dressing changes to promote healing and prevent infections.
  7. Patient Education: Educate patients and their families on health conditions, treatment plans, and self-care practices.
  8. Infection Control: Follow infection control protocols to maintain a safe and sanitary environment for patients and healthcare staff.
  9. Emergency Response: Be prepared to respond effectively to medical emergencies and provide immediate care to stabilize patients.
  10. Adherence to Policies: Comply with healthcare facility policies and procedures during the assignment.
  11. Safety Measures: Ensure the safety of patients and adhere to safety guidelines and protocols.
  12. Continual Learning: Stay updated with advancements in nursing practices and attend relevant professional development opportunities.


  1. Education: Completion of a state-approved Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) program.
  2. Licensure: Valid and current LPN license in the state of practice.
  3. Experience: Prior experience as an LPN, especially in relevant healthcare settings, may be preferred for travel assignments.
  4. Communication: Strong communication skills to interact effectively with patients, families, and healthcare professionals.
  5. Flexibility: Willingness to travel and work in various locations and healthcare facilities for short-term assignments.
  6. Time Management: Excellent organizational skills to manage patient care and documentation efficiently.
  7. Compassion: Demonstrated empathy and compassion towards patients and their families.
  8. Certifications: Additional certifications in specialized areas of nursing may be beneficial for certain travel LPN assignments.

Note: Travel LPNs are expected to be adaptable, possess excellent communication skills, and quickly integrate into different healthcare environments while providing compassionate patient care during their temporary assignments. The specific duties and requirements may vary depending on the travel nursing assignment and employer preferences.

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