Licensed Practical Nurse Jobs in Pennsylvania

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Find Licensed Practical Nurse Job Openings in Pennsylvania

Searching for a position as a licensed practical nurse (LPN)? Welcome to TAG MedStaffing, your gateway to rewarding LPN opportunities in Pennsylvania.

Leveraging our extensive experience and strong industry connections, we curate job opportunities tailored to your unique background, qualifications, and preferences. Our services extend throughout the entirety of Pennsylvania, including cities and communities such as Bethlehem, Philadelphia, Scranton, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg and more.

We invite candidates to submit their resume/CV for our consideration. Should your qualifications meet our standards, our team will reach out for further communication.

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Licensed Practical Nurse Specializations

On a daily basis, LPNs undertake diverse responsibilities across healthcare settings. By earning specialty certifications in areas ranging from pediatrics to oncology, dialysis, rehabilitation, and beyond, LPNs showcase an admirable dedication to enhancing their competencies. Understanding the entry prerequisites and duties within LPN nursing specializations underscores the versatility of their contributions and commitment to excellence.

Below are some examples of the many LPN careers you can pursue.

LPNs can choose to specialize in cardiology to provide care to patients with heart conditions. Cardiology LPNs work closely with cardiologists and other healthcare providers to monitor, assess, and care for patients before, during, and after cardiac procedures and surgeries.

Click here to learn more about the responsibilities and qualifications for a cardiology LPN.

LPNs can work in chiropractic settings to assist with patient care and office/clinic operations. Chiropractic LPNs collaborate with chiropractors to provide quality care to patients undergoing spinal adjustments, manipulations, or other alternative treatments.

Click here to learn more about the responsibilties and qualifications for a chiropractic LPN.

LPNs provide vital patient care and support in a wide variety of clinical settings under the direction of registered nurses and physicians. Clinical LPNs work closely with healthcare teams to deliver direct bedside nursing care to patients in facilities like hospitals, clinics, doctor offices, and more.

Click here to learn more about the responsibilties and qualifications for a clinical LPN.

For those interested in women's healthcare, becoming a LPN specializing in obstetric care may be appealing. This specialized field requires a broad knowledge of care for women of all ages and life stages. LPNs in this area assist with prenatal care, labor and delivery, postpartum care, and general gynecological health.

Click here for more about the responsibilities and qualifications for LPNs in women's healthcare.

Pediatric LPNs play a vital role in caring for children in medical settings. Duties involve assisting pediatricians and registered nurses with providing medical care and emotional support to pediatric patients.

Click here to learn more about the responsibilties and qualifications for a pediatric LPN.

LPNs can choose to specialize in dermatology to help treat patients with skin conditions under the direction of a dermatologist. Dermatology LPNs play a key role in assisting with exams, procedures, patient education, and coordinating care.

Click here to learn more about the responsibilties and qualifications for a dermatology LPN.

LPNs can choose to specialize in podiatry to care for patients with foot, ankle, and lower leg conditions under the direction of podiatrists. Podiatric LPNs assist podiatrists in providing treatments and procedures to improve patient mobility, comfort, and quality of life.

Click here to learn more about the responsibilties and qualifications for a podiatric LPN.

LPNs can specialize in ophthalmology to help provide care to patients undergoing treatment for various eye conditions and diseases. Ophthalmology LPNs assist ophthalmologists in delivering quality eye care through assessments, procedures, surgery, medication management, and patient education.

Click here to learn more about the responsibilties and qualifications for a ophthalmology LPN.

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Leaders in Global LPN Trends

At TAG MedStaffing, we understand the heartbeat of the healthcare industry. As a leading healthcare staffing agency, we are at the forefront of research and data analysis.

The chart below visually illustrates the estimiated demand for LPNs, providing you with a deeper insight into the evolving healthcare job market. We take pride in being your trusted source for healthcare staffing trends. For weekly insights into the latest healthcare trends, please visit our blog page.

LPN Job Growth Projection (2022 vs. 2031)

The Impact of LPNs on Healthcare Pennsylvania

LPNs hold a pivotal position in Pennsylvania's healthcare landscape, contributing significantly to the state's healthcare system in several crucial ways.

Improving Patient Comfort

LPNs in PA prioritize patient comfort and well-being, creating a supportive environment that aids in the healing process and enhances the overall patient experience.

Facilitating Healthcare Accessibility

LPNs help bridge the gap in healthcare accessibility, ensuring that quality healthcare services are available to all residents, regardless of their location or background.

Promoting Health Education

LPNs actively engage in health education and awareness programs, empowering communities in PA with valuable knowledge to lead healthier lives.

Optimizing Healthcare Efficiency

LPNs contribute to the efficient functioning of healthcare systems, streamlining processes and reducing unnecessary costs to ensure sustainable healthcare in the state.

Pennsylvania’s Top LPN Destination: TAG MedStaffing

As a leading healthcare agency firm, we do more than just observe trends; we shape successful healthcare careers. Our Pennsylvania team of experts understands the industry’s intricacies, connecting dedicated professionals with rewarding opportunities. Whether you’re a LPN aspiring to advance your career or a healthcare facility in search of skilled professionals, we bridge talent with opportunity.

We offer customized staffing solutions tailored to your unique needs, ensuring seamless integration into your healthcare team. TAG MedStaffing is dedicated to upholding the highest standards of quality and professionalism in healthcare staffing.

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Our Services
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.
Temp-to-Hire

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.

Payrolling

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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