The LPN/GPN must have the skill and knowledge to provide population specific care. He/She must have the ability to assess, evaluate, identify, and interpret requirements and needs of the patients and report these findings appropriately to a Registered Nurse. They will work within their scope of practice as a licensed LPN.
The LPN/GPN reports directly to the charge nurse/or team leader.
Organize and prioritize care by communicating and collaborating with others and implementing multidisciplinary actions to provide a continuity of care.
Holds self-accountable and responsible for work performance and continuous improvement of patient in his/her work area and throughout the hospital.
Ensures self-compliance with professional, regulatory and government standards of care.
Demonstrates the knowledge of needs and task for his/her specific unit
Ensures the satisfactory completion of clinical procedures, documentation, educational and procedural teaching of the patient.
a.) LPN graduate of accredited School of Nursing
a.) successful completion of hospital orientation