Med Pass Nurse/LPN (02-18)
Pathfinder, Inc. - Searcy, AR

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DESCRIPTION

Looking for an individual to administer medication and render first aid and subsequent treatment to injured or ill clients. Is responsible for recording and charting of all medication during duties related to nursing.

1 part-time position is available.

Hours: Varies

Location: Searcy, AR.

DUTIES

Insures that the facility is in compliance with ICF/DD regulations as it pertains to nursing care.

Administers prescribed and treatment medications.

Follows Individual Client's Self-Administer Program as outlined in the client's IPP.

Responsible for ordering and receiving medications and other documentation required by ICF/DD regulations in regards to the medicine program.

Ensures accurate count and documentation of controlled medications/substances and prepares the return of unused controlled drugs to the Health Department as required by law.

Documents in client medical record as required by facility.

Sterilizes, disinfects, anoints, and bandages minor cuts and burns.

Administers medications, such as aspirin or antiseptic solution, to relieve pain or prevent infection until patient can receive professional care, and gives prescribed medicines and treatments for illness.

Visits residents three to four times a day to administer/monitor and chart medications.

Trains residents in self-medication (SAM).

Gives tube feedings as necessary.

Notifies families of infectious diseases.

Maintains client medical control file.

QUALIFICATIONS

Must have an Arkansas Practical Nurse License. Ability to work well with others and experience in working with individuals with developmental disabilities.

Must possess current Arkansas Driver's license, have current auto liability insurance coverage, and be physically able to drive to various locations in Arkansas. Insures that the facility is in compliance with ICF/DD regulations as it pertains to nursing care.

Administers prescribed and treatment medications.

Follows Individual Client's Self-Administer Program as outlined in the client's IPP.

Responsible for ordering and receiving medications and other documentation required by ICF/DD regulations in regards to the medicine program.

Ensures accurate count and documentation of controlled medications/substances and prepares the return of unused controlled drugs to the Health Department as required by law.

Documents in client medical record as required by facility.

Sterilizes, disinfects, anoints, and bandages minor cuts and burns.

Administers medications, such as aspirin or antiseptic solution, to relieve pain or prevent infection until patient can receive professional care, and gives prescribed medicines and treatments for illness.

Visits residents three to four times a day to administer/monitor and chart medications.

Trains residents in self-medication (SAM).

Gives tube feedings as necessary.

Notifies families of infectious diseases.

Maintains client medical control file.

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