Nursing Jobs in Belmont, West Virginia

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Long Term Care RN needed in Belmont, WV
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RNs are needed for a LTC position in the Belmont, West Virginia area. The ideal candidate would have experience in assessing and chart observations of the patient’s condition at each visit, completing evaluation tasks, including reviewing medication and vital signs, administering Physician-prescribed medication, dress or redressing wounds and assessing the healing progress, keeping the patient comfortable through palliative care and provide education to patients and families on proper home health care procedures and strategies. See more details below: 

Job Details: 

-8 Week Contract 

-Day and Night Shifts 

-Full time- 36 Hour weeks 

-12’s 

 

Job requirements: 

-Active RN License 

-Active BLS through AHA 

-Ability to pass a drug screen and background check 

 

If you would like to be considered for this position or any other position, please apply or send me your most up to date resume to my email [email protected] Make sure to include where you are applying to!  

 

Lea Hendrickson 

[email protected] 

(813)-219-1053 

Nursing - RN - Other Contract 1 day ago
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Applying for: Long Term Care RN needed in Belmont, WV
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