What is it like working as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)?
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Red Bluff:
Pros: Working with a pediatric patient whereas I get to spend time with my client on a more personal level than working in a Long term facility and can never have the time to spend with my clients.
Cons: Low pay in home health care and terrible health/dental benefits.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Fort Lauderdale:
Pros: Ability to assist others in my community with a holistic approach towards improved health and wellness.
Cons: Not enough pay.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Lillington:
Pros: Being able to take care of and assist patients. To see patients ask me when I am returning back to work when they know I have a few days off a week.
Cons: Patient ratio to nurse.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Indianapolis:
Pros: Helping students learn how to have a healthy lifestyle, stress level is not over the top, management is awesome and I enjoy all the breaks I get with the school system. Opportunity for advancement and growth or a change of position if I decide I am burnt out on the job.
Cons: No benefits and is half the hours I originally wanted.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Neoga:
"The reason I was put on earth."
Pros: I love caring for anyone in need. Knowing that people look to me for advise helps me through the day. I know God wanted to do this work and I try to show it though my work everyday.
Cons: Management is hard to communicate with. When there is a scope of practice question it is hard to get an answer out of management about what floor nurses should do.