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Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)-Full Time

Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation
New Hyde Park, New York, United States

The Parker Jewish Institute, located in New Hyde Park, NY, is seeking experienced and compassionate Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) to join our team of professionals in the Nursing Department.



The Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation, conveniently located on the Queens-Nassau County border in New Hyde Park, New York, is a non-profit health care facility that offers short term rehabilitation, sub-acute care and nursing home care, as well as community-based health care' encompassing adult day health care, home health care, and a hospice program that serves terminally ill patients in their own homes or in nursing facilities, including Parker's nursing home.

Quality care means hiring quality people and Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation has a longstanding reputation for excellence and innovation in resident and patient care.

In addition to a friendly, collaborative environment and exciting career-growth opportunities, Parker Jewish Institute also offers these convenience factors:

  • A modern, safe and secure campus conveniently located on the Queens/Nassau County border that is easily accessible by public transportation or auto
  • Free parking
  • A superb, low-cost employee cafeteria
  • Day, evening and night shifts, as well as some flex shifts
  • Central to excellent housing, superior school districts and excellent shopping
  • A variety of nearby child care options, colleges and universities

 LPN's at Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation are responsible for performing skilled resident care on under the supervising of an RN. LPN's may supervise C.N.A's.

Key Tasks:

  • Collects patient/resident data to facilitate completion of clinical assessments
  • Participate in problem identification
  • Follows CCP and care priorities
  • Collaborate with other health professionals in the Plan of Care
  • Monitors patient progress and condition and trends requiring intervention
  • Add pertinent information to the plan of care as needed
  • Observe patient/resident response to therapeutic regimen and report to RN.
  • Administer medications and treatments and assist with diagnostic tests and procedures
  • Participate in resident/family education and discharge planning
  • When in charge, manage work assignments to meet patient and unit needs
  • Supervise and monitor delivery of care by Nursing Assistants
  • Participate in orientation of new staff or students on unit
  • Maintain notes and records of patient status, and transcribe physician orders



  • Current and valid NYS License of Practical Nursing (LPN)
  • Graduate of an accredited Nursing school
  • Recent, relevant experience working with the geriatric population