LPN Jobs in the U.S.

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LPN Staffing and Recruiting Agency

Welcome to TAG MedStaffing’s team of healthcare recruiters, where we’re here to empower LPNS with promising career pathways throughout the United States.

Our goal is to unite LPNS with promising job openings that resonate with their expertise, interests, and scheduling preferences. Leveraging our extensive network within the U.S. healthcare landscape, our dedicated team is committed to pinpointing the ideal match tailored to the unique qualifications and preferences of our respected prospects. This way, candidates can direct their focus towards delivering patient-centered healthcare.

If you’re currently exploring new horizons in the nursing field, seeking promising positions and career opportunities, we invite you to complete the form below. If your qualifications meet our requirements, our team will contact you for further discussions.

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Why are LPN Jobs In-Demand?

LPNs are in high demand for several reasons. First and foremost, the demographic landscape as the U.S. is shifting towards an increasingly elderly population. As individuals age, they tend to require more extensive healthcare services, making the presence of LPNs paramount. This demographic trend is expected to persist, driving the need for nursing professionals who can provide care to the aging populace.

Secondly, the rapid advancements in medical technology and treatment options have expanded the spectrum of medical conditions that can be addressed. This diversification, in turn, necessitates a growing demand for specialized LPNs. Emerging fields like telemedicine, robotic surgery, and personalized medicine require expert practitioners who can navigate and further the frontiers of medical innovation. As healthcare knowledge and capabilities continue to evolve, the requirement for proficient LPNs to deliver comprehensive care remains steadfast.

Lastly, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the critical role of healthcare professionals, notably LPNs, in the realm of public health, emergency response, and patient care. This global health crisis has heightened awareness regarding the indispensable contributions of healthcare practitioners, amplifying the respect and recognition of their work. Consequently, there is an increased demand for their services across various healthcare settings.

What are the Responsibilities of a LPN?

An LPN’s responsibilities are multifaceted and demanding, rooted in the commitment to safeguarding and improving the health and well-being of patients. Their primary duty is to provide basic nursing care under the direction of registered nurses and physicians. LPNs take vital signs, administer medications, change dressings, and help patients with daily living activities.

In addition to patient care, LPNs also play a critical role in educating patients about their health conditions, potential treatment options, and preventive measures. They must communicate complex medical information in a comprehensible manner, empowering patients to make informed decisions regarding their health. Moreover, LPNs collaborate with other healthcare professionals, such as RNs, physicians, pharmacists, and specialists, to ensure coordinated and comprehensive care for patients.

Ethical considerations are fundamental to an LPN’s role. They must adhere to the highest standards of nursing ethics, respecting patient confidentiality, privacy, dignity, and rights. Furthermore, LPNs are often involved in continuing education to enhance their knowledge and skills. This multifaceted array of responsibilities underscores the pivotal role LPNs play in the healthcare team.

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Temporary Staffing
Bolster your staff during busy periods, to adapt to the higher demand, and scale back when you don’t need the extra help. Leveraging our skilled temporary employees allows you to remain agile depending on demand while benefitting by staying profitable.

Hire an employee on a temporary basis before deciding whether to commit to a full-time employment offer.  Evaluate a candidate for skills, work ethic, and cultural fit, and then transfer them to your payroll if you wish to hire them permanently.

Travel Nursing & Healthcare Staffing

Leverage our extensive network of traveling nurses and healthcare professionals to adapt to seasonal demand, cover staffing gaps, or grow your facility. You'll be able to reduce stress on your existing team by adding skilled travel professionals, all without increasing your full-time headcount.

Direct Hire

If your organization is in need of full time healthcare professionals, TAG MedStaffing can handle sourcing, screening, and credentialing so you find the people you need to fill vital positions – fast.

Executive Search

From Medical Directors to Chief Marketing Officers and other high-level executives, you need the right people in leadership to ensure success at your healthcare facility.  We can discreetly source top talent and present you with a shortlist of qualified candidates, in a timely and structured manner.


Transfer the temporary employees of your choosing onto our payroll system.  Let TAG MedStaffing handle the administrative burden, including tax withholdings, paycheck distribution, workers’ compensation, unemployment, and more.

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Suite 806C
New York, NY 10001

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