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GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:     A Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) is a licensed staff member who performs those duties as outlined below. Under medical provider or RN direction, and operating within the scope of practice of an LVN, provides nursing care for clinic patients following established standards and practices. The LVN directs patient flow, sets a patient friendly environment in the clinic and provides direct patient care, assisting the medical provider by preparing the patient for the visit, taking appropriate vital signs, collecting requested specimens and preparing the patient for medical procedures. The LVN at the direction of the medical provider, also performs CLIA waived laboratory testing, EKG’s, draws blood, and gives immunizations and medications. They direct the patients flow by setting up medication refill requests, sorting and prepping paperwork and collecting and recording information for the provider.

Minimum Qualifications/Experience:

  1. Current licensure as an LVN in California is required.
  2. BLS for the Health Care Provider or equivalent CPR class is required at hire and to be maintained throughout employment.
  3. Minimum 2 years nursing experience, preferably in an urgent care or acute care setting.
  4. IV certified.

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Salary range: $58,230-64,208 annually


Minimum Education and Experience

Minimum Months of Experience: 24
Education Required: Vocational Certificate
Driver's License Required: No
Accessible by Public Transportation: No
Salary: $58,230-64,208 annually