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LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse)

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, San Diego County, California, USA
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negotiable Expires in 2 months


Vesa Health & Technology is seeking Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) to provide care at the 53 Area Branch Health Clinic (BHC), Camp Horno in support of the Medical Home Port (MHP) and Marine Centered Medical Home (MCMH) program.

Medical Home Port. The Medical Home Port program is a new model of patient and family-centered health care delivery for primary care that is team based, comprehensive, and designed to fully meet the complete primary care health and wellness needs of patients.

Position offers excellent pay, generous paid time off, full benefits, and rewarding opportunity to provide care for our Nation’s military members and their families! Day Shift! Monday through Friday! No federal holidays!


  • Be a graduate from a Licensed Practical Nurse or Licensed Vocational Nurse program accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACNE).
  • Possess a current unrestricted license to practice as an LVN in any one of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam or the U.S. Virgin Islands.
  • Possess a minimum of 1 year of full-time clinical experience within the last 2 years as a LPN/LVN.

Duty Hours: Services shall be provided Monday through Friday between the hours of 0600 – 1800. As part of the LPNs normal tour of duty, services will not be required on the day of observance of Federal holidays.


  • Utilize available automated programs and information technology, communication and management tools for proactive patient management and to facilitate patient engagement and enhance patient experience (i.e., AHLTA, TSWF, CHCS, CarePoint and Secure Messaging).
  • Communicate with patients utilizing asynchronous Secure Messaging (i.e., RelayHealth) to improve communication and facilitate care through non-traditional means.
  • Participate in MHP/MCMH Team huddles/meetings each day to review scheduled appointments, identify MHP/MCMH Team requirements (i.e., supplies and equipment and staff support issues related to the day’s scheduled appointments) and scheduled patient requirements (i.e., scrubbing the schedule to identify diagnostic procedures or medical readiness requirements that may be ordered or prepared before the patient appointment).
  • Prepare patient electronic health record and other appropriate forms prior to patient’s appointment
  • Assist the MCMH team in managing many aspects of patient’s care: referrals, hospitalizations, Emergency Room (ER) visits, ancillary testing and other as directed to achieve optimum outcomes in safe and cost effective manner.
  • Develop/distribute lists of community resources available to patients.
  • Establish and maintains a relationship with consulting providers, hospitals, ERs and other frequently utilized healthcare resources to serve as a bridge across the continuum for the patient.
  • Coordinate consult/referral/ follow-up/tracking process for the practice.
  • Coordinate continuity of care with patient to ensure compliance.
  • Ensure patient care is carried out in accordance with the Standards of Nursing Care and the policies and procedures of the clinic.
  • Check patients into the clinic and triage using clinic guidelines. Inform the nurse or physician of the patient’s condition and potential problems.
  • Obtain and document patient and pertinent family history.
  • Perform a full range of diagnostic support duties which include taking vital signs, collecting specimens, obtaining, recording and tracking results of diagnostic tools.
  • Assist the physician in a variety of diagnostic examinations such as lumbar punctures, colposcopies and sigmoidoscopies, by preparing, positioning and monitoring patients, and setting out and handling instruments and equipment.
  • Perform laboratory tests such as checking urine for sugar and stool for blood. Record and report results of test.
  • Perform a range of treatment procedures that include sterile dressing changes, applying compresses, monitoring IV fluids, inserting catheters and suctions, inserting nasogastric tubes, administering medications, giving enemas, setting up and giving treatment that requires auxiliary equipment such as oxygen and suction. Ambulate patients to other areas to include Radiology, various clinics, and physical therapy.
  • Prepare patients for tests, examinations, treatments, and/or surgery. Collect specimens such as urine, sputum and stool. Label specimens for laboratory examinations and follow up by using
  • CHCS/AHLTA or calling the laboratory for reports. Alert provider to conditions which deviate from expected findings.
  • Prepare, start, monitor and discontinue intravenous fluids with accuracy and in accordance with established procedures.
  • Observe, report and document all observed symptoms, reactions, treatments and changes in the patient condition to the registered nurse or physician. Make careful observations to assess that nursing procedures and treatment do not cause additional distress.
  • Perform routine nursing care activities such as taking blood pressures, temperatures, baths and hygiene care, passing and removal of trays, changing of linen, and otherwise assist in the care of the physical needs of the patient.
  • Operate basic equipment required in delivery of patient care such as pumps, IV pumps, oxygen administration apparatus and incentive spirometers.
  • Execute physician’s orders within the guidelines of standard nursing practice. Ensure accurate medication is administered in correct form and dosage to the proper patient as directed by the physician.
  • Maintain records of nursing care, dose and time of medication administered, and indicate if the medication was not administered and the reason.
  • Administer immunizations in a safe and accurate manner with strict adherence to all applicable immunization policies.
  • Recognize emergency situations and assist with, or institute emergency measures for sudden adverse developments in patients such as cardiac arrests.
  • Perform preoperative procedures for minor surgery, and fill out pre-op checklist.
  • Assist patients in admission, transfer, and perform discharge planning follow-up and documentation.
  • Support the patient and/or family members toward the achievement of treatment plan goals. Provide instructions to the patient on invasive procedures, surgical procedures and post-surgical conditions which were previously provided to the patient by a nurse or physician.
  • Instruct patients on how equipment is used such as oxygen, suction, cardiac monitor and pulse oximeter. Instruct patients and family on use of prescribed medications, contraindications of medications, and the necessity of proper follow-up care.
  • Provide emotional support to patients and families.
  • Ensure necessary supplies are available and equipment is in functioning order.
  • Perform additional duties within the scope of LPN practice including but not limited to, update of Standards of Nursing Care, and other collateral duties required for efficient, quality patient care.

Job Type: Full-time


  • Clinical LPN: 2 years (Preferred)
  • LPN: 3 years (Required)
  • primary care or family practice: 1 year (Preferred)


  • High school or equivalent (Required)


  • San Diego, CA (Required)


  • LPN (Required)
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