YOU'RE IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL!
Become A Long Term Care Traveler!
LONG TERM CARE
Looking for opportunity and control as a first rate caregiver? When you work as a travel LTC or LPN, you touch the lives of your patients on a daily basis. A selfless dedication to putting other's lives first. With us, now we'll provide you with the opportunity to continue dictate your own level of success while doing the job you love for those in need. Are you ready to answer the call of adventure and take the next step? There are a variety of long term care specialties for you to choose from.
• Advanced Cardiac Life Support
• Certified Correctional Health Professional
• Certified Hospice and Palliative Licensed Nurse
• IV Certification
• Pediatric Advanced Life Support
• Wound Care Certification
WHAT DOES BEING A LONG TERM RN ENTAIL?
Long Term Care RNs help those who are living in assisted living facilities and other specialized care facilities with normal daily tasks and constant supervision. Long Term Care RNs are important for the routine care of people with chronic illnesses or disabilities, requiring a high level of compassion, patience, and determination. Responsibilities of a Long Term Care RN are:
Focus on making patients/residents and their families comfortable during their stay
Maintain the quality of care and quality of life for your patients, helping them maintain their independence
Assist patients/residents with daily living, such as bathing, getting dressed, etc.
Conduct regular assessments and monitoring to provide patients/residents with an overall look at their health
Get to know your patients, keep a diagnostic look on them, and pick up on the subtleties of potential increased illness
Provide patient education to family members
WHAT ABOUT AN LPN?
LPNs are nurses that perform basic patient care tasks and help to keep patients comfortable, who work under the supervision of RNs and other medical professionals, but play a vital role as a caregiver. LPNs are responsible for routine care of patients, mostly in hospital settings, but also in smaller settings including nursing homes and rehab facilities. Responsibilities include:
Monitor basic patient health, vital signs and overall condition
Document and maintain patient histories and notes
Change patient dressings and insert catheters
Administer IV medications
Assist with tests and procedures
Provide personal care
Consult with RNs on care plans
Long Term Care Specialities
COVID Screener LPN