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LNA – Licensed Nursing Assistant

VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region

LNA – Per Diem

The VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region is seeking Licensed Nursing Assistants (LNA) to join our caring team of professionals who strive together to be the best provider of home and community based healthcare in Vermont.

In response to COVID-19: Please note we are continuing to actively hire during this time. We are taking precautionary measures throughout our interview process to ensure potential candidates will remain safe.

Responsibilities of the Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA):

Our Licensed Nursing Assistants (LNA) have many responsibilities which include working closely with the supervising RN’s and Therapists to coordinate the best plan of care for the patient and patient’s family in the comfort of the patient’s home. The Licensed Nursing Assistants (LNA) maintain good communication of information to assigned patients, up-to-date and accurate documentation of care provided. To help keep the patients independent in their homes the Licensed Nursing Assistants perform a variety of patient care tasks such as collection of vital signs, medicine reminders and help with the activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, ambulation, transportation and light housekeeping).

Qualifications of the LNA:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Valid State of Vermont Nursing Assistant License
  • Valid Driver’s License and Current Auto Insurance
  • If you want a rewarding career in home healthcare and have many years as a Licensed Nursing Assistant or newly graduated LNA, VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region wants to talk with you!

Ask us about benefits for eligible per-diem employees!

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