LPN Staff Nurse (Per Diem)

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POST DATE 8/11/2016
END DATE 10/10/2016

Schick Shadel Hospital SEATTLE, WA

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Associates Degree


Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS) is one of the
nation's largest and most respected health care
management companies, operating through its subsidiaries
acute care hospitals, behavioral health facilities and
ambulatory centers nationwide. Founded in 1978, UHS
subsidiaries now have more than 65,000 employees. The
UHS business strategy is to build or purchase health
care properties in rapidly growing markets and create a
strong franchise based on exceptional service and
effective cost control. Our success comes from a
responsive management style and a service philosophy
based on integrity, competence and compassion.
Schick Shadel Hospital, a 60-bed alcohol and chemical
dependency hospital located in the outskirts of Seattle,
has been providing successful chemical dependency
treatment since 1935. The hospital, which claims the "#1
Success Rate in Treating Alcoholism" bases its success
on its unique and powerful counter conditioning
treatment program. The hospital provides medication
detoxification and an intense, short stay addiction
treatment program for alcohol, marijuana, cocaine,
methamphetamine, prescriptions opioids and heroin
Position: Schick Shadel Hospital is recruiting for an
LPN Staff Nurse. The LPN Staff Nurse is responsible for
the administration of patient care in accordance with
physicians orders, recognized nursing tchniques and
hospital policy. The LPN Staff Nurse receives report
from previous shift and identifies special needs of
assigned patients; performs nursing activities which
promote the physical, mental and emotional well being of
the patient; recognizes and interprets symptoms and when
appropriate reports patient s condition to the Charge
Nurse; when appropriate, participates in orientation of
new nursing personnel; keeps accurate and complete
records of nursing care; assists in interpreting
policies and procedures to patients and their families;
and, performs other duties as assigned by the Charge
Applicant must be a Licensed Practical Nurse with a
current license through the Washington State Department
of Health and possess knowledge of and skills in
accepted standards of nursing practice. Applicant should
have an interest in the field of substance use disorder
treatment. Previous experience in a detox, a substance
use disorder treatment program or a behavioral health
treatment program preferred.