Visiting Nurse Association is the hospice and home care organization North Texans have trusted for care for more than 75 years. From Meals on Wheels to high tech nursing and therapy, VNA is a not-for-profit community leader in providing an array of services to those in need.
Since 1934, we have driven change through innovative programs and the use of cutting edge technology. As part of VNA’s team, you have high-quality relationships with patients and colleagues. You are respected and supported as a member of our care team, and have the opportunity to learn, develop and grow as a professional.
VNA offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package that gives us the ability to attract top talent in our industry. Some of those benefits include:
Paid Time Off (up to 160 hours in first year)
6 Paid Holidays and 1 Floating Holiday
Healthcare Package (medical, dental, vision)
Short & Long Term Disability (100% Employer Paid)
403b and Retirement Plan
AND MUCH MORE!
Do you have what it takes to be a part of our growing, vibrant community of caregivers?
The Visiting Nurse Association Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) provides clinical intervention as assigned to meet patient’s needs; as directed by the Plan of Care. As an integral interdisciplinary team member, our LVN’s provide excellent care and service that is safe, timely, effective, efficient, and patient centered.
Under the direction and supervision of the Registered Nurse Case Manager, our LVN’s provide clinical treatment to home care and hospice patients. This includes the collection of information related to the patient and their immediate health needs. Treatments may include taking vitals, medication and IV administration, wound care, pain and symptom management, patient and caregiver education, addressing patient safety concerns, and overall well being and comfort of the patient.
All LVN duties and patients are assigned and supervised by the Registered Nurse Case Manager. Any changes identified by the LVN should be immediately documented in the electronic health record and communicated to the RN. The LVN will also attend Case Conference to provide input on patients and obtain necessary knowledge to continue quality care.
Graduate of a state accredited school of vocational nursing.
Must be licensed by the State of Texas as a Licensed Vocational Nurse; and in good standing.
VNA Qualifications include:
A minimum of 1 year experience in direct patient care in a healthcare facility or with a home health/hospice agency.
Must demonstrate sound and proven skills in performing clinical procedures, expert level in verbal, written, and electronic health records, and superior time management and organizational skills.
Must possess the characteristics of courtesy, honesty, and integrity to meet the VNA expectations of quality care.
Must successfully pass a background check, satisfactory driving record search, and drug screen.
Must be able to show proof of the following items on the first day of employment:
LVN license in the state of Texas, in good standing
Valid Texas Driver’s License
Automobile Liability Insurance
A reliable vehicle (driving is required with this position)
American Heart Association approved CPR Certification
2 approved I9 documents indicating eligibility to work in the United States
Copy of degree/education or transcripts indicating successful completion
A copy of current TB results or Chest X-ray if available.