LPN for Pittsburgh, PA

Allegheny County, United States
LPNs will be working with individuals who have an Intellectual/Developmental Disability (IDD), who also have co-occurring medical diagnoses. Typically, nursing cases through PA’s Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) support those who are in need of 24/7 round-the-clock care, or close to it. This differs from most shift care nursing and home care nursing because rather than visiting multiple patients for an hour or 2 at a time, our nurses will typically have an 8-12 hour shift with one patient. Additionally, we strive to have each nurse fulfill their part-time or full-time hours with one patient. Having consistent nursing is what is best for the people we support and they very much appreciate familiar faces and the care that comes with an individualized plan.

Need to live in Allegheny County, PA
LPN $46K to $57K/Year
Nurse to Patient Ration 1:1 (one-to-one)