Registered Nurse - Assisted Living - Night Shift - Los Angeles

Employment Type

: Full-Time


: Healthcare - Nursing

Job Information

Industry Medical City Los Angeles State/Province California Zip/Postal Code 90035

Job Description

Registered Nurse - Assisted Living - Night Shift Los Angeles, California Los Angeles is the second-most populous city in the United Sates (behind New York City). L.A. is also considered the cultural, financial and commercial center of Southern California. With a low unemployment rate, Los Angeles is a great place for talented healthcare professionals to live. Whether you prefer to work in a hospital, clinic, home care or senior housing setting—Greater Los Angeles job opportunities in healthcare are abundant. Our client is a local leading operator of assisted living and memory care communities across the metro area. If you are a Registered Nurse looking to join a vibrant community and add your personal touch to residents then this opportunity is for you! You will be the heart of hands-on care in the community and our client is committed to promoting the well-being of everyone on the team. Registered Nurse - Assisted Living Summary:
  • Provide direct, high-quality care to patients in a residential assisted living setting
  • Creates a comforting environment to the patients of the assisted living
  • Exercises concern for the resident's welfare, maintains knowledge of the resident's condition
  • Administers medications and performs treatment while practicing and maintaining high ethical standards.
  • Maintains accurate and complete records of nursing assessments, care and counsel of the resident and family in meeting nursing related needs.
  • Performs duties in accordance with physician's orders, the Medical Center's policies, methods, and techniques, and in coordinating with other departments and personnel.
  • Registered Nurse - Assisted Living Qualifications:
  • Prior experience in long-term care preferred
  • Current RN license
  • American Heart Association BLS certification
  • Good organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with residents and their family, physician, leadership, support staff and community.

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