Travel Home Health LPN Contract Omaha, NE

Omaha, NE
Sunbelt Homehealth - LPN Contract 05/16 Apply

Travel Home Health LPN
Omaha, NE
Sunbelt Staffing is seeking a dedicated and experienced Travel Home Health LPN to join our dynamic team in Omaha, NE. This is an exciting opportunity for a passionate LPN with previous home health experience to make a positive impact on patients' lives while exploring new environments.

Responsibilities:

Provide compassionate and high-quality nursing care to patients in their homes.
Conduct comprehensive assessments of patients' health status and develop individualized care plans.
Administer medications, treatments, and wound care as prescribed by the physician.
Educate patients and their families on disease management, medication administration, and self-care techniques.
Collaborate with interdisciplinary healthcare team members to ensure coordinated and holistic patient care.
Maintain accurate and timely documentation of patient assessments, interventions, and outcomes.
Requirements:

Active LPN license in Nebraska
Minimum of 1-2 years of recent experience working as an LPN in a home health setting.
Strong clinical skills and the ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Valid driver's license and reliable transportation.
Benefits:

Competitive pay rates with weekly direct deposit.
Comprehensive health benefits package including medical, dental, and vision insurance.
401(k) retirement savings plan with employer match.
Professional development opportunities and continuing education support.

Join our team and embark on a rewarding journey as a Travel Home Health LPN in Omaha, NE. Apply now to take the next step in your nursing career!

Whitney Shaw
813-792-3423 call or text
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