Come grow with Vibra Healthcare, where we manage from the bedside up every day. Join a strong, knowledgeable company that values each employee as an individual. Our expanding organization wants compassionate healthcare professionals like you to help us get our patients back to better.
Vibra Hospital, located in Thornton, CO, offers a full spectrum of specialized services and programs to patients who require extended acute hospitalization. Our goal is to help our patients reclaim control of their lives, reach their highest level of functioning and return home to their families. As a smaller, specialized hospital, we offer an opportunity to work in a fast-paced and friendly work environment where you really get to know your patients and their families.
Vibra Hospital of Denver LTAC is seeking Full Time Licensed Practical Nurses - LPN's - to join our team!
** $3,000 BONUS for NIGHT shifts! **
** $2,000 BONUS for DAY shifts! **
LPN Pay Range: $21.00 - $25.20 per hour (+ $2,000.00 recruitment/retention bonus for DAYS and $3,000 bonus for NIGHTS)
At Vibra Hospital of Denver, LPN's are also eligible for weekend, evening, and night shift differentials, as well as, extra shift incentive bonus, and preceptor pay.
The LPN is responsible for clinical functions on the unit, including all aspects of patient care incorporating the nursing process in accordance with the applicable Nurse Practice Act. The staff LPN/LVN shall ensure that the unit to which assigned shall function in a smooth, organized, and efficient manner as directed by the Registered Nurse. The provision of care includes direct care along with the delegation and supervision of all nursing care. Specific components of the licensed practical/vocational nurse role include demonstrating clinical competence, managing patient care, improving quality of care, establishing professional relationships and utilizing professional skills, fulfilling responsibilities of the role of the hospital, and developing clinical expertise per specialty.
New Graduate LPN Program offers a 12 week paid internship with a dedicated preceptor. The 12 week program incorporates weekly critical care education classes with our critical care educator, structures clinical experiences with other clinical disciplines such as wound care and respiratory therapy and on-line required classes. The Critical Care classes include Airway and ventilator management, ABG Interpretation, Sepsis Management, EKG interpretation, Neurologic system and assessment, Palliative Care, Early progressive Mobility, and Delirium prevention, Assessment, and Management. This program is tailored to the LPN role in the LTAC setting.