LPN Job Opportunities Across US

Healthcare Staffing, Employment & Recruiting Agency

We connect LPNs with leading medical facilities in the United States. Our targeted approach assists healthcare organizations in building robust care teams and assists talent in securing rewarding career paths.

Connecting Professionals with LPN Opportunities Nationwide

TAG MedStaffing enables LPNs to leverage their clinical skills to create the work-life balance they want. With our nursing positions available across the United States, you can progress in your career while exploring new locations. We support LPNs at all levels, from new grads to experienced nurses. Join our team to become part of an organization devoted to fostering your personal and professional development anywhere in the country.

We Deliver Effective Workforce Solutions

Over 15 Years of Healthcare Staffing Excellence

Our focus is to unite passionate medical assistants with positions that best suit their unique skills, preferences, and scheduling needs. Leveraging our extensive network within the U.S. healthcare sector, we’re committed to pinpointing the ideal job match tailored to our respected prospects’ qualifications and aspirations, empowering them to focus on delivering patient-centered care.

If you are seeking new positions in the field, please submit your information through the form at the bottom of the page to be considered for current and future openings matching your skills. Should your qualifications align with our criteria, our team will reach out to initiate further discussions.

What is the Role of a LPN?

A licensed practical nurse is a healthcare professional who provides basic medical and nursing care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse or physician. LPNs are instrumental in delivering hands-on patient care, monitoring health status, and ensuring patients are comfortable.

In their day-to-day duties, LPNs measure and record vital signs, assist with bathing, dressing and feeding patients, administer medications and injections, collect samples for testing, monitor catheters and IV drips, and much more. They have a strong understanding of human anatomy, physiology, nutrition, and pathology which allows them to carry out therapeutic care plans.

LPNs also closely observe patients, document progress notes, report status changes to the care team, and notify supervisors of any emergencies. With their personable bedside manner and caring approach, they offer patients and families emotional support and health education. Their versatile skill set and compassion make LPNs essential for providing well-coordinated patient-centered care.

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Resumes & Inquiries

Thank you for your interest in TAG MedStaffing, a division of Atlantic Group. Please fill out the form below to submit your resume or get in touch. A member of our team will reach out shortly to speak with you directly.