LVN II, Pediatrics Department
Company: Kaiser Permanente
Posted on: January 8, 2021
- Under the direct supervision of a
Registered Nurse or physician provides nursing care in accordance
with the legal scope of practice and within established standards
of care, policies and procedures. Demonstrates performance
consistent with the Mission, Vision and Strategic Plan of the
organization. Demonstrates quality and effectiveness in work habits
and clinical practice and treats co-workers, patients, families and
all members of the health care team with dignity and
respect.Essential Responsibilities:Representative Duties:
- Upholds Kaiser Permanente's Policies and Procedures, Principles
of Responsibilities and applicable state, federal and local
- Performs patient care functions, within the scope of
competency, considering age related needs of the patient as
prescribed by physician/health care professional(s) following
established protocols, policies and procedures.
- Assist medical personnel with special procedures, minor
surgical procedures and/or diagnostic exams.
- Assess and monitor patients' condition and notify
physician/health care professional for disposition.
- Prepare and administer medications as directed by physician
order following established protocols.
- Maintain equipment and supplies.
- Identify and arrange for equipment needing repair. Apply
principles of aseptic technique and infection control as directed
by the Infection Control Manual.
- Monitor patient flow and assign/direct other ancillary
personnel as needed.
- Provide medical information and education to patients,
following established protocols and guidelines.
- Document pertinent patient information, assessment and nursing
procedures following established protocols.
- Maintain patient confidentiality.
- Perform other duties as directed.Patient/Care Procedures:
- Explain purpose and process of examinations, tests and medical
procedures to patients, following established guidelines.
- Instruct patients on general health and basic self care
- Review, explain and clarify physician orders with patient.
- Instruct patient in use of home equipment.
- Administer patient first aid.
- Apply basic orthopedic devices, as ordered by physician.
- Apply and remove dressings.
- Execute treatments such as urinary catheterization, bladder
irrigations, suction procedures and throat irrigations.
- Follow standard infection control procedures.
- Administer enemas.
- Initiate emergency procedures (including basic CPR) and provide
emergency patient treatments
- Lift patients.
- Monitor patient vital signs.
- Monitor patients for bleeding.
- Observe machine monitors.
- Administer inhalation therapy.
- Participate in development of nursing care plans.
- Perform surgical preps.
- Prepare and position patients for procedures.
- Prepare patients for physical examinations.
- Provide therapeutic care as ordered by physician.
- Rinse and clean instruments and equipment.
- Sterilize instruments and equipment.
- Arrange for equipment repair and maintenance.
- Maintain clean work area.
- Monitor supply of oxygen and gas tanks.
- Complete laboratory, radiology requisitions and specialized
- Notify appropriate personnel of abnormal lab test results.
- Answer member inquires.
- Observe patient condition for reactions during and after
- Remove sutures following established protocols.
- Respond to Code Blues.
- Take and record patient vital signs, height, weight, etc.
- Obtain specimens from patients (urine, stool, etc.).
- Perform venipuncture and finger sticks to obtain blood
- Prepare specimens and specimens for lab analysis.
- Perform urine tests (tablet or dipstick.)
- Perform vision screening using Snellen chart.
- Perform routine diagnostic tests, following established
- Perform skin tests.
- Assist as member of surgical team.
- Assist physicians with endotrachael intubations.
- Assists physician in obtaining tissue specimens and
- Assist with proctological procedures (i.e.
- Restrain or support patients during procedures.
- Perform EKG's (electrocardiograms.)
- Assist patients with ambulation and exercises, following
- Administer topical or aerosol medication as ordered.
- Administer medications as prescribed, within scope of
- Transport patients to/from designated areas.
- Route specimens to laboratory.
- Transport laboratory specimens, medical records, laboratory
supplies and materials.
- Transport office supplies and materials, patient related
supplies and materials.
- Transport equipment, and procedures
- Request charts/medical records.
- Schedule, cancel and reschedule patient appointments.
- Initiate follow up appointments with patients.
- Check in patients/members.
- Prepare outgoing mail.
- Locate personnel by paging system or beeper.
- Provide patient information to family members, following
patient confidentiality guidelines.
- Record and send Fax's.
- Screen patient calls and take messages for providers.
- Maintain department logs.
- Maintain and update user manuals.
- Monitor and maintain protocol manuals.
- Respond to requests for information.
- Order medical supplies and equipment.
- Receive, store and distribute materials and supplies.
- Replenish linen.
- Adjust work schedules and/or reassign personnel as
- Serve as resource to coworkers by answering procedure questions
and assisting in problem solving.
- Participate in special projects and studies.
- Demonstrate safety procedures.
- Coordinate and monitor activities within the module.
- Function as team leader.
- Participate in department meetings.
- Train and orient new staff to equipment, general duties and
procedures, following established protocols.
- Maintain proficiency in clinical skills.
- Answer call lights.
- Answer telephones and take messages.
- Call in telephone prescriptions, following established
- Assume other activities and responsibilities as directed.Pay
Grade: 25Basic Qualifications:Experience
- One (1) year of recent (within the last three (3) years)
experience as a LVN in an acute/outpatient setting.Education
- N/ALicense, Certification, Registration
- Current California Licensed Vocational Nurse.
- Current Basic Life Support card.Additional Requirements:
- N/APreferred Qualifications:
- Must have good driving record for the past 2 years.
- Must have valid California Driver's License.
- Must show proof of insurance upon hire.Notes:
- May work every other weekend.
- May travel to Pediatrics Clinics in outlying medical office
buildings within the service area.PrimaryLocation :
California,Montebello,Montebello Medical OfficesHoursPerWeek :
40Shift : DayWorkdays : Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat,
SunWorkingHoursStart : 8:30 AMWorkingHoursEnd : 5:00 PMJob Schedule
: Full-timeJob Type : StandardEmployee Status : RegularEmployee
Group/Union Affiliation : B01-SEIU-Local 399Job Level : Individual
ContributorJob Category : Nursing LicensedDepartment : Pediatrics
DepartmentTravel : Yes, 50 % of the TimeKaiser Permanente is an
equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive
workforce. Applicants will receive consideration for employment
without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy),
age, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, parental
status, ancestry, disability, gender identity, veteran status,
genetic information, other distinguishing characteristics of
diversity and inclusion, or any other protected status.External
hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified
applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered
for employment in a manner consistent with federal and state laws,
as well as applicable local ordinances, including but not limited
to the San Francisco and Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinances.
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