Regional Medical Center Anniston
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LPN - Occupational Health Nurse - Occupational Health
at Regional Medical Center Anniston
Provides direct patient care as ordered and directed by physician, including administration of medications, performing diagnostic tests, completing referral authorization and instructing patient/client about treatment/work status. Performs drug screens. Maintains organization of clinical areas and restocks inventory as needed. Assists with all clinical/clerical tasks as needed to provide service excellence.
Must be able to perform venipuncture, spirometry, audiometry, EKGs, breathalyzers, and administer medication.
Knowledge of cross-sectional anatomy, positioning, quality assurance, must be able to: (1) perceive pertinent detail in objects; (2) make visual comparison and discriminations in shapes, shading of figures and widths and lengths of lines.
Must maintain appropriate credentials and CPR certification.
Must be adaptable to performing repetitive work according to set procedures.
Must be able to (1) make generalizations, evaluation, or decisions based on measurable or verifiable criteria; (2) adapt to situations requiring the precise attainment of set limits and/or standards; (3) communicate effectively with people from every socioeconomic and educational background in a professional, courteous, and enthusiastic manner; (4) work independently; (5) relate to others in a manner which creates a sense of teamwork and cooperation; (6) perceive such attributes of objects/materials as size, shape, and temperature or texture by touch; (7) convey empathy and compassion to patients experiencing physical or emotional distress and, (8) identify, match and distinguish colors, reassure apprehensive patients.
Graduate of an accredited technical school of nursing.
Prefer previous clinical experience in area of specialty.