Office Nurse (LPN) - MRPGApply Now Department MRPG- Float Pool Schedule Part-time benefits Shift Days Hours 32 hrs Monday-Friday Varied Daytime Shifts and Locations
Milford Regional Physician Group is seeking a dynamic Licensed Practical Nurse to join our award winning team!
Licensed Practical Nurse
MRPG's Float Pool
Part Time (32 hours per week), Non-Exempt
Monday-Friday, varied daytime hours and locations
Competitive, experienced-based salary
(Pay rates increased significantly this month!)
Eligible for our comprehensive benefits package
Milford Regional Physician Group, formerly Tri-County Medical Associates, is a large, multi-specialty, physician group practice with an emphasis on primary care. We offer a variety of out-patient primary care and specialty offices located throughout Bellingham, Franklin, Hopedale, Hopkinton, Medway, Mendon, Milford and Whitinsville, with our corporate headquarters located in Milford, Massachusetts. We are an affiliate of the Milford Regional Medical Center and together form the Milford Regional Healthcare System. Our mission is to provide comprehensive healthcare services to all individuals in our community with dignity, compassion and respect.
As a member of the Milford Regional Physician Group team, each employee is valued for playing a key role in providing quality healthcare for our patients. As a result, we are always looking for skilled, dedicated, and hard-working individuals to join our growing team!
We are proud to offer a competitive compensation package, top of the line benefits, and a safe and pleasant work environment which invests in the training and development of our employees.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) for MRPG's Float Pool
Supports the day-to-day clinical activities of MRPG's outpatient physician offices. MRPG's Office Nurses support a provider by setting up patient exam rooms with supplies necessary for the patients visit and assisting the provider with various clinical responsibilities including rooming patients, providing point of care testing, injections, EKG's, phone triage, desktop support and other clinical and administrative responsibilities to support a busy outpatient office.
Education: High school diploma or equivalent
Certification/Licensure: LPN License
Experience: Six months experience and strong phone triaging skills
Preferred skills: Phlebotomy, vaccinations/injections