Life Care Centers of America, North Walk Villa Convalescent
Hospital focuses on Inpatient and Outpatient Rehabilitation and
Alzheimer's Care with 24 hour Skilled Nursing Care. This facility
has 59 beds.
As an important member of our interdisciplinary team, the LPN
delivers quality nursing care to patients through interpersonal
contact and provides care and services to allow patients to attain
or maintain the highest practicable physical, mental, and
psychosocial well-being in accordance with all applicable laws,
regulations, and Life Care standards. Your role will involve
monitoring and reporting changes in the patients condition. On a
daily basis you must be able to assign duties, instruct, and
provide clinical supervision to CNAs. Must possess the ability to
make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such
Must be able to knowledgeably and competently deliver quality
nursing care to patients
Must exhibit excellent customer service and a positive attitude
Medical, dental, vision, life and short-term disability
coverage, 401(k), paid vacation, sick days and holidays.
Must maintain an active Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse
(LPN/LVN) license in good standing throughout employment. One year
geriatric nursing experience preferred.
Must have a current CPR certification and must remain current
About Life Care Centers of America
The Life Care Centers of America story began in 1970 when Garden
Terrace Convalescent Center, now Life Care Center of Cleveland, was
built in Cleveland, Tennessee. With a highly trained staff of
caring associates and a beautiful building resembling a home
environment more than a traditional nursing home, Life Care
embarked on its more than 40-years of experience in care with a
consistent focus on the resident as the highest priority.
No longer simply nursing homes, Life Care offers more services
in order to meet the needs of residents and patients across the
country. Through the years, Life Care added Alzheimers and dementia
care, assisted and independent living facilities, inpatient and
outpatient rehabilitation, and on-site physicians.
Life Care continues to look for innovative ways to enhance
resident and patient care. The same passion for resident-centered
care, that started in 1970, still fuels Life Care today.