LPN- Medical Surgical Unit

Full Time

Oswego Health

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Full Time

Location(s): Oswego

Location(s): Oswego

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$7,000 Sign On Bonus

Licensed Practical Nurse- Medical Surgical Unit

The Med Surg LPN will assist in planning, providing and evaluating patient care as a member of the health care team. Collaborate with RN in development of nursing care plan.  Observe patients for reactions to drugs, treatments, signs and symptoms, or other unusual conditions and immediately reports to charge nurse. Understand importance of immediately reporting to the RN team leader any observed change in the patient’s condition or behavior.  Day and night shifts available.


Certification Requirements

Must be currently licensed in New York State as a Licensed Practical Nurse. Post graduate course in pharmacology desirable. CPR certification preferred. 6 months to 1 year of previous experience recommended.

Job Requirements

High school diploma or GED required

Job Responsibilities

Record all patient care provided in a precise and detailed manner following established procedures for charting. Use computer programs, including Order Entry, per policy and procedure as assigned. Administers medication in accordance with policies/procedures/standards of care and legal limitations. Assists patients in ambulation; transports patients.  Demonstrates a concern for patient safety; utilizes proper techniques of body mechanics. Strictly follows principles of asepsis and infection control for routine cleaning and sterilization of equipment and supplies. Strictly follows principles of asepsis and infection control guidelines when performing patient care.  Promptly answers patient call lights, whether that of assigned patient or not.  Correctly identifies patient by name and ID band for all direct care, procedures or treatments.  Routinely provides for patient safety through preventive measures (i.e. siderails, restraints as per physician order, low bed position and safe transport to other areas). Demonstrates competence in giving and receiving report per department-specific policy.  Demonstrates an ability to work effectively and communicate frequently with other members of the patient care team. Handles telephone information with courtesy, accuracy and respect for patient confidentiality; receives information and distributes messages appropriately.  Consistently communicates appropriately with patients; speaks respectfully and responds to patient needs or requests for assistance promptly.  Provides accurate communication in verbal, non-verbal and written form.  Listens effectively.  Demonstrates supportive and understanding behavior when in contact with guests (patients, visitors, clients, physicians, employees, volunteers, students); always displaying positive guest relations.  Assists with ADL’s and personal patient care.


We are a workforce that is healthy, productive and engaged in advancing our mission. Our benefits program supports this by offering employees tools and resources to improve their physical, emotional and financial well-being while providing protection for unexpected life events.

Oswego Health recognizes that employee benefits are an important component of the total compensation package provided to employees, and are important for ensuring the health, welfare and financial security of our employees and their families. We continually monitor benefit trends and seek to provide a benefit program that meets the needs of staff.

Plus, you’ll see we also have many unique perks offered to employees!

Oswego Health employees hired to work 60 hours or more per biweekly pay period are eligible to enroll in the benefits. You may also add spouses and children, from birth to age 26, onto your benefits coverage through Oswego Health.

  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Healthcare and Dependent Care/ Flexible Spending Account
  • Life Insurance
  • Long-Term Disability/ Voluntary Short-Term Disability & Critical Illness
  •  Retirement Plan
  • Hospital Discount
  • Paid time off

Paid Time Off

Medical/Dental Insurance

Retirement Options

About Oswego Health

We are your neighbors, your friends, your family, and we are dedicated to providing exceptional healthcare services right here in your community, Right at Home.

The mission of Oswego Health is to provide accessible, quality care and improve the health of residents in our community.

We have stayed true to this mission since the hospital started back in 1881, when our founders were determined to provide care to all residents, regardless of income and other factors. They desired a location that people could easily access and, of course, wanted their facility to have the best physicians and most modern technology.

Fast-forward to today, and as an independent, nonprofit healthcare system, our footprint expands beyond just the hospital in Oswego to premium healthcare services offered throughout the county, including two urgent care facilities in Fulton and Central Square, lab stations and medical imaging sites. Also, we are proud to provide specialists in cardiologygastroenterologybreast careoncologyphysical therapyurologyENTmental healthskilled nursinghome health careprimary careorthopedics, and the list goes on and on. We’ve got an amazing group of highly trained specialists here at Oswego Health, and we’re proud of our team and what we have built here in Oswego County.

Whether it’s medical emergencies, routine checkups, surgeries, or wellness needs, we are a complete healthcare system you can count on. Right at home.


The mission of Oswego Health is to provide accessible, quality care and improve the health of residents in our community.


Oswego Health—the region’s first choice for quality care through service, collaboration and clinical excellence.



In the Community

As a nonprofit healthcare system, Oswego Health invests every penny of income over expenses in caring for the community. Based on a recent report from the Healthcare Association of New York State, Oswego Health, with an annual payroll of $76 million, generated $228 million in economic activity for the region, translating into $28 million in tax dollars generated.

Also, Oswego Health annually provides $18 million as part of a community investment project to provide care to the uninsured, the underinsured and the indigent.

Simply put, Oswego County is our community and the health and wellness of its residents are our priority.

In fact, Oswego Health was recently one of 12 other hospitals across the country selected to be featured in a national short-form documentary series hosted by Dennis Quaid spotlighting frontline heroes and their response and commitment throughout the pandemic.

As a small community healthcare system, to receive this national recognition is truly a proud moment for our staff and a testament to their hard work! Check it out!

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