Casa de la Luz Hospice is seeking to hire a Full Time LNA for our Inpatient Unit!
Excellent Full Time Benefits Available including Health, Dental, Vision, 401(k), PTO and more!
Schedule is FT, 32 hours, Fri-Mon, 3pm-11pm
About Casa de la Luz Hospice:
Lynette Jaramillo and Agnes C. Poore formed Casa de la Luz Hospice, LLC, in 1998 to provide sensitivity, care and support for patients and their loved ones in the final phase of life. They wanted to reach far beyond the usual and customary hospice service in Tucson. They built a team of individuals who are committed to guiding patients and their loved ones through the end of life journey with knowledge, compassion, and the highest ethical standards. Casa de la Luz's mission and core values are in the heart of each of its employees. In order to continuously fulfill our mission we seek to recruit caring and compassionate individuals.
By joining the Casa de la Luz family you will have the opportunity to make a great contribution to the hospice community, and you will find your employment at Casa de la Luz Hospice to be a rewarding experience. Lynette and Agnes continue to lead the company's mission with a hands-on approach to the company's daily operations. Casa de la Luz Hospice has established an outstanding reputation for compassionate and superior care. Credit for this reputation goes to each individual in the organization. Casa has also been voted as Tucson's Best Place to Work on more than one occasion due to our commitment to our employees. Today, Casa de la Luz Hospice is the largest and one of the most trusted and respected hospices in Southern Arizona. We seek unique talent and energies to contribute to our culture of superior care.
The Casa de la Luz Inpatient Unit is used as a short-term alternative when symptoms, such as pain, agitation, nausea, etc. cannot be managed in the home setting. Here, 24-hour, on-site specialized medical and nursing expertise joins with compassionate emotional and spiritual care.The goal at the Inpatient Unit is to control the symptom so the patient can return home and be supported by the hospice home care team.
Under the direction of the IPU Patient Services Supervisor, the LNA performs various services for a patient as necessary to meet the patient's personal needs and to promote comfort. The LNA is responsible for observing the patient, reporting these observations and documenting observations and care performed.
Responsibilities of the LNA include, but are not limited to, the following: