More Than Healthcare,
Correct Care Solutions.
Who We Are
CCS is a national public healthcare leader caring for underserved patients in correctional settings, psychiatric hospitals and residential treatment facilities.
Licensed Practical Nurse
Dodge County Detention Center in Juneau, WI
Part-Time and PRN Available
New grads welcome
- Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing
- One (1) or more years clinic experience preferred
- Current licensure as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN)
- Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) within the state
- Current CPR certification
- Under supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN), assists in the assessment of the physical, psychological and social dimensions of patients in the Health Care Unit and, as necessary, in the housing units.
- Assists in planning an individual treatment program by using available resources in planning care, and consults with RNs and other staff as appropriate while applying knowledge and resources in planning care and patient teaching.
- Implements individualized treatment programs as directed by the Health Care Practitioner.
- Count controlled substances, syringes, needles and sharps at the beginning of each shift with another staff member and sign count logs.
- Implements clinical and technical aspects of care in accordance with established policies, procedures and protocols. Intervenes with proper safety techniques, procedures and standard precautions.
- The above responsibilities are a highlight of responsibilities and not a full list. Other responsibilities may be performed as assigned.
CALL TODAY OR APPLY ONLINE
Lynette Perry (615) 312-7221 or email LyPerry@correctcaresolutions.com
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NCSBN Offers Free Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Training Materials
Nurses and Nursing Students can access free continuing education (CE) course material on Substance Use Disorder online at www.learningext.com. As a member of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) the Wisconsin Board of Nursing wishes to alert Wisconsin Nurses and Nursing Students of the availability of this valuable resource. NCSBN is offering these courses due to “the common need to arm nurses and nursing students with knowledge to help identify the warning signs of SUD in patients, nurses and the general public and to provide guidelines for prevention, education and intervention.” The website also offers a downloadable brochure “What You Need to Know About Substance Use Disorder in Nursing” and a resource guide “Substance Use Disorder in Nursing.” For more information about NCSBN please visit www.ncsbn.org.
Wisconsin Association of Licensed Practical Nurses