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Harvard Partners Home Health

Licensed Practical Nurse



Job Description
Awarded the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval, Harvard Partners Health Care is one of Seattle’s premier providers of comprehensive in-home health, rehabilitation, and staffing services. With an outstanding support team, our clinicians can focus on what matters...our patients! We are busy and hiring now.

Requirements:
1. LPN in the State of Washington
2. Clean Background
3. Minimum 1 Year of Nursing Experience
4. Willing to work nights a plus

Our Mission: Improve the Health and Well Being of each person we serve.Our Vision: Demonstrate the highest-quality, best-value healthcare to all we serve.

Compensation $27.00 - $31.00 per hour.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $31.00 /hour

Required education:

Associate
Required experience:

Nursing: 1 year
Required license or certification:

LPN







About Harvard Partners Home Health
We are a family owned home health care service that has with utmost pride been serving Seattle and surrounding King County since 2001.

Our services include nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. Everything we do is in the pursuit of the health and happiness of our patients and their families. We truly embrace the notion of treating the person and not just the disease.

Harvard Partners is Medicare certified and was awarded the Gold Seal of Approval® by The Joint Commission.


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