Website Masonic Homes of Kentucky

**Masonic Homes is currently offering up to a $10K Sign-On Bonus pkg for new hire, full time nurses**

Looking for work/life balance with a flexible schedule? We are actively hiring nurses to join our team.
Work one weekend a month, receive paid time off and thrive with a low patient to caregiver ratio.
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Looking to grow your nursing career? Masonic offers career advancement, education reimbursement
along with competitive pay and nursing differentials. Work for a community who will invest in you.
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At Masonic, nurses enjoy flexibility, career advancement, support from a dedicated team and physician
and the time to build connections with residents thanks to a low patient/caregiver ratio. Work for a
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Masonic nurses enjoy flexibility, career advancement, support from a dedicated team and physician and
the time to build connections with thanks to a low patient/caregiver ratio. Apply today!

Job Summary:

Nurses are responsible for caring for residents who required extended medical care. Oversee treatments and ensure compliance with prescribed therapies.

Common Responsibilities:

Provides leadership to household staff to maintain policies and procedures for clinical practices and household management that support the values of person first and resident directed care.
Implements clinical policies and procedures which ensure safe, sanitary and efficient practices supporting professional standards of nursing care.
Assures that documentation, medication administration, resident nursing care, safety and sanitation, personnel and staff development, RAI process, materials management, CQI and resident rights are in compliance with facility standards.
Work with other dedicated nurses, medication aides, nurse leaders, caregivers, homemakers (Dietary Aide), housekeepers, case managers, and MDS nurse.
Participates as household clinical staff in hiring functions, orientation, training, clinical competency, coaching, educating, counseling and performance appraisals, maintained in a manner supportive of team and professional standards of practice.
Maintains staffing patterns consistent with the philosophy, objectives and availability of resources- participates in the clinical component of continuous quality improvement in the household in support of a systemic approach to quality clinical care.
Often caring for patients with dementia, advanced wound care, dialysis, heart failure, and a variation of IV medications at times.


Ideal Experiences Include:

Active RN or LPN Kentucky license required
2 years’ experience in LTC setting preferred
Great clinical skills are essential
Short-term care or long-term care nurse with a team nursing approach
Frequent opportunities for learning new skills and treatment methods

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