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Licensed Practical Nurse

LPNs are a nurse who cares for people who are sick, injured, convalescent, or disabled.

Licensed Practical Nurse

LPNs are a nurse who cares for people who are sick, injured, convalescent, or disabled.

LPNs are on the entry level into nursing and are integral to the safety and comfort of patients. They support other medical professionals with tasks such as;

– Record vitals
– Provide bedside nursing care in hospitals and nursing homes
– Perform clinical procedures such as urinary catheterization, tracheal suctioning, and sterile wound dressing
– Provide emotional support and health teaching to patients and their families

LPNs interact with a variety of patients on a daily basis. It is their job to ensure that patients are comfortable and well cared for.

LPNs make an average salary of $60,000 per year, which is $9,000 more than the nationwide average. LPN jobs can also offer significant sign on bonuses, ongoing training opportunities, and other benefits.

Learn more about the licensure and training requirements of LPNs HERE.

 

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