Licensed Practical Triage Nurse


The LPN is a member of the Physician Housecalls team. In that capacity they are expected to be familiar with the philosophy, goals and objectives of the Company and work collaboratively to achieve them. They must be cognizant of, and comply with, all Physician Housecalls policies and procedures, as well as pertinent state and federal regulations.


  • Demonstrates excellence in both written and verbal skills

  • Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing and licensed to practice as a licensed practical nurse in the State of Oklahoma

  • At least one year of experience as a staff nurse in an acute care setting       

  • Personal car for travel and a valid driver license

  • Valid personal auto liability insurance coverage


  • Knowledge of nursing theory and practice
  • Knowledge of appropriate medication dosages
  • Effective communication skills, both oral and written
  • Ability to deal with a variety of personalities and situations
  • Knowledge of Federal and State regulations as well as agency policy and procedures
  • Integrity to maintain confidentiality of information in compliance with HIPPA
  • Complies with OSHA standards
  • Works independently but performs as a member of the team
  • Demonstrates skill in nursing practice, ability to cope with patient and family emotional stress and tolerance/respect for different family circumstances
  • Exhibits active listening skills
  • Remains emotionally stable
  • Documents interventions on nursing notes, accurately, legibly, with consistency, turne in within a 24-hour period or next working day
  • Maintains current patient records as changes occur
  • Maintain regular communication with the Nursing Director as appropriate
  • Provides input to the plan of care
  • Is accountable for proper utilization of the patient’s plan of care
  • Seeks to control cost related to the patient’s care such as, labs, procedures, equipment, supplies, medications, transportation, etc.
  • Notifies Nursing Director of unusual or potentially problematic patient/family issues or change of condition
  • Participates in agency orientation and in-service training programs for professional staff 
  • Demonstrates familiarity with policies of the agency and rules and regulations of State and Federal bodies which aid in determining policies 
  • Takes physician verbal orders or phone orders, receives faxed physician orders, documents & communicates new orders to patient’s assigned nurses, updates medication profiles
  • Receives home health patient lab results, faxes them to physician and notifies the Nursing Director
  • Updates the clinical record with frequency changes and communicates changes with Nursing Director
  • Assists with answering telephone calls, processing of referrals, and coordination of patient care, as requested
  • Must exercise utmost diplomacy and tact to provide excellent customer service for patients; practices confidentiality and privacy protocols in accordance to Company policies and HIPAA requirements
  • Perform all other duties as assigned


  • Regularly required to sit
  • Able to manipulate objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; and talk and hear
  • Required to frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus
  • Noise level in the work environment is usually quiet
  • Able to communicate verbally and in writing to the extent required by the position
  • Able to physically perform the duties required by the position
  • Requires some exposure to communicable diseases and body fluids
  • Requires travel

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