RN / LPN Pediatric Home Care
- Ellsworth, PA
Loving Care Agency is a leading provider of Home Care Services that enables children and adults to be cared for in their home environment that is warm, familiar, and nurturing. Our highly qualified team clinicians (including nurses, home care aides and therapists) provide the highest quality care with compassion, commitment, and integrity. With over 35 offices located in 6 states (NJ,PA,IL,IN,MA and AZ), Loving Care Agency works with most major insurance plans, managed care organizations and state agencies.
Make a differnce in the life of a child!!
For immediate consideration, contact Katie at 412-627-3047 or email at email@example.com
Are you a nurse that is kind, professional, patient, and fun loving?
Wonderful! Let’s fast-forward 3 years…
You have been working with a family for two years and you begin to reflect on your time caring for the little girl and the difference you have made for her and her family. When you started, she was unable to effectively communicate well with the world around, she was frequently in and out of the hospital, and her mom and dad were feeling the strain. Now, that same little girl gives you a wink when she needs you, she is stronger and healthier, and mom and dad can make it to work, knowing their child is in good hands, and they have even had a date night or two.
Its nurses like you - those that got into the profession to make a difference in the world of the patients you serve – that we love to have representing Loving Care Agency! You can visit our website www.lovingcareagency.com to find out more and start the process of becoming part of a team that believes in you and stands behind our mission… “…to provide exceptional care to the patients we serve allowing them to remain safely at home.”
As a Loving Care/Links2Care nurse, you may be eligible for: • Heartbeat Program-points awarded for great performance that add up to incentives like paid time off or money! • Payroll direct deposit • Flexible scheduling options-work full-time, part-time or per diem
1. Evaluate the patient’s response to treatment and communicates changes to the RN supervisor or case manager as indicated. 2. Adhere to the established care plan, the physician’s plan of treatment under the direction of a RN supervisor or case manager 3. Provide skilled nursing care as outlined in the nursing care plan to include the following: a. Nursing services, administrations of treatments, medications and procedures requiring the skills of the RN or LPN, under the direction of a RN supervisor or case manager and as ordered by the physician. b. Observing signs and symptoms and reporting to RN supervisor or case manager the patient’s response to treatments, medications and other interventions, as well as changes in the client’s physical or emotional condition.