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Healogics, Inc Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Kalamazoo, Michigan

Did you know 7 million people suffer from chronic, non-healing wounds? Healogics is driving wound healing and prevention forward to help heal wounds and change more lives. As a Licensed Practical Nurse, you’ll be joining a team of compassionate LPN Wound Specialists that have touched the lives of more than 2.5 million people, preserving dignity and restoring hope. Is your wound care career calling? Who you are: An individual dedicated to creating Exceptional Patient Experiences with: A High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) Graduate of an accredited practical nursing program/state approved educational program Current LPN or LVN license in the state of practice to maintain throughout the durations of employment in the position Passion for Wound Care, Wound Care experience preferred but not required Availability to work Monday – Friday standard daytime business hours What you’ll gain: Positively impact patients’ quality of life and see patients through their entire healing journey Comprehensive Clinical Wound Care Training Dedicated Clinical Leadership Resources What you’ll do: As an LPN, you’ll work under the direction of a Registered Nurse or Provider to provider wound-related and other basic nursing care to the center’s patients according to all the Wound Care Center and hospital policies and procedures, care and safety protocols, and Clinical Services Practice Guidelines. Other responsibilities may include but aren’t limited to: Perform hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBO), training is provided Provide wound-related patient care May assist with intake and discharge May provide assistance with case management under the direction of RN, in accordance with state regulations Gather patient information and necessary equipment and supplies for the RN or Provider. Participate in quality improvement initiatives, providing education to the patient or caregiver, and serving as a patient advocate in the delivery and coordination of patient care