Lewiston of Cascadia Now Hiring: 1 LPN/RN- Day Shift

Lewiston of Cascadia Now Hiring: 1 LPN/RN- Day Shift

Lewiston Transitional Care of Cascadia is offering a day time shift nursing postion.  Here at Lewiston of Cascadia, we pride ourselves upon our culture and the balance between work and home life, both equally important.  Our employees embrace the company culture and fulfill their mission to be a force for good in the world. Our nursing team not only provides quality healthcare but leads the industry in the care they provide to our residents. The nursing team at Lewiston of Cascaida is a health care team with the prevention of illness and injury, maintenance of wellness, and provision of comfort. Our clinical team uses the knowledge and expertise gained through the special certification process to treat the resident/patient population that would benefit from the specialized clinical care.  Our nursing supervisors allocate their time to the nursing team to help support in education and questions that may arise in day to day operations.  We believe here at Lewiston of Cascadia, when we all work together and support one another we are successful in the greater good for our resdients.  Are you ready to be apart of team that takes not only our culture to the next level but also supports our emolyees on a professional and personal development.  Come join us today to become part of a family and experience you wont find anywhere else.   

Note: All employees of Cascadia Healthcare are required to submit and be cleared to work in the facility per each state’s specific background check requirements prior to contact with patients/residents.



  • Graduate of accredited LPN School of Nursing.

  • Graduate of accredited RN School of Nursing 


  • Current valid LPN/RN  license in the state employed.

  • Valid CPR certification

  • Current certification in one of these clinical specific areas:

    • Long-term care;

    • Gerontology

    • Wound care;

    • IV therapy;

    • Ventilator, Pulmonary & Tracheostomy (“VPT”); or

    • Hospice & Palliative care


  • Six months experience in a long-term care environment preferred.

Essential Functions

  • Provides direct care and/or assists with care as directed and consistent with their scope of practice and competency. Initiate the SBAR process and collaborate with the RN for assessment and recommendations. Makes rounds with physicians and other team members as needed. Participates in resident evaluation and care planning activities, reviews and revises residents’ assessments and care plans as needed to the extent permitted by state nurse practice act. Coordinates residents’ care activities and communicates changes to other team members and resident family/significant other. Oversees Medication Aide/Tech in medication/treatment administration, where applicable. Administers treatments.

  • Reviews, transcribes, communicates and implements physician orders, obtaining RN signature as required by state regulations or company policy. Communicates with resident’s physician. Assists with emergencies, administers cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

  • Documents care performed and observations of resident status in the clinical record promptly by utilizing standard clinical documentation guidelines as required by the company, and local, state and federal rules and regulations. Monitors completeness and accuracy of own clinical medical record entries and those of assigned LPN and Nurse Aides daily.

  • Participates in medication management to promote optimal safety and effectiveness for residents by:

    • Administering medications as ordered, including next scheduled dose following admission/readmission.

    • Notifying Supervisor if medications are not available;

    • Preparing, administering and documenting medications as prescribed;

    • Observing and reporting resident responses to medication;

    • Identifying and promptly communicating adverse drug reactions;

    • Maintaining narcotic records accurately within scope of practice;

    • Completing medication interchange and insurance authorizations as assigned;

    • Ordering or arranging for ordering of pharmaceuticals;

    • Notifying physicians of automatic stop orders;

    • Completing recapitulated physician orders review as assigned; and/or,

    • Cleaning, organizing and replenishing supplies on medication/treatment carts after each use and prior to shift change.

  • Completes clinical admission paperwork for new admissions.

  • Initiates and assists consultants while consultants are providing services. Reviews documentation from consultant visit and follows up on recommendation(s).

  • Assists with follow up on results of qualitative and quantitative medical record audits.

  • Communicates and implements pharmacy review/drug regime review recommendation as assigned.

  • Assists with clinical discharge process.

  • Performs other clinical care services within scope of practice for additional certifications.

  • Ensures punctuality and regular attendance for assigned shifts.

Other Functions

  • Performs other tasks as assigned.

  • Conducts job responsibilities in accordance with the standards set out in the Company’s Code of Business Conduct, its policies and procedures, applicable federal and state laws, and applicable professional standards.

To apply online, click here: https://www.lewistontransitionalcare.com/careers/

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