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Registered Nurse (Salem) hiring multiple positions
RN - Corrections
Salem, Oregon
Permanent
Oregon Department of Corrections

Oregon Department of Corrections

MUST APPLY VIA WORKDAY: https://oregon.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/SOR_External_Career_Site/job/Salem--ODOC--Oregon-State-Penitentiary/Institution-Registered-Nurse--Salem--multiple-positions_REQ-63793 Your primary responsibility will be to provide nursing care to patients while incarcerated. You will assist the Medical Services Manager in the... Read More
LVN for med management at facility with individuals getting out of jail
LPN - Corrections
West Athens, California
Permanent
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Victory Starts Now, Inc

At VSN, we work with individuals getting out of jail, who have mental health, substance use issues, and have often experienced homelessness. Everyday is a chance to effectuate change in their lives. The role of the nurse is extremely important! You help stabilize them by making sure they take their meds. The girls and guys we get to work with are b... Read More
Eaton County Jail Health Coordinator
RN - Corrections
Charlotte, Michigan
Permanent
Eaton County

Eaton County

Apply online at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/eatoncountymi/jobs/3274836/jail-health-coordinator Under the direction of the Corrections Division Commander responsible for Jail Health Administration, coordinates and provides direct services to jail inmates. Conducts medical assessment of new inmates and medically screen inmates for jai... Read More
Evening Part Time LVN for med management at facility with individuals getting out of jail
LPN - Corrections
Florence-Graham, California
Permanent
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Victory Starts Now, Inc

-VSN Nurses are responsible for providing patient care by administering medication, Injections, observing and monitoring clients, creating an environment that is conducive to the growth and independence of our clients. -Dispose of unused medications and sharps according to VSN’s policy. · HIPPA compliant · Perform CPR in emergencies · P... Read More
WEEKEND PART TIME LVN for med management at facility with individuals getting out of jail
LPN - Corrections
Florence-Graham, California
Permanent
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Victory Starts Now, Inc

VSN Nurses are responsible for providing patient care by administering medication, Injections, observing and monitoring clients, creating an environment that is conducive to the growth and independence of our clients. Dispose of unused medications and sharps according to VSN’s policy. · HIPPA compliant · Perform CPR in emergencies · Per... Read More
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Correctional Nursing

Registered nurses in correctional facilities must have very strong personalities and a "thick skin." These nurses will have insults hurled at them along with the occasional object. A compassion for persons incarcerated is required. The ability to see past the inmate's crime and treat them as a patient in need will garner much more cooperation from the inmate rather than a strong attitude. Generally, new graduate nurses are not hired for positions in prisons, although local jails may consider new grads. Nurses in correctional facilities have a number of paperwork duties to perform as well as being in charge of the infirmary. Nurses track immunizations, stock and reorder medications, give patient teaching and generally perform all other basic bedside nursing skills. Nurses should have some prior clinical experience, most typically on a med-surg floor. Correctional nurses will deal with wounds, communicable diseases, mental illness, and emergencies. Good assessment skills and knowledge of self-defense is required for these nurses. Nurses in this specialty enjoy a great deal of autonomy in their job as they are making most of the medical decisions instead of a licensed physician.

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