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Beth Israel Lahey Health’s roots in providing top-quality health care date back nearly a century. We're fully committed to ensuring our patients receive the care they deserve. As a leading healthcare provider throughout New England, we aim to change the current state of health care for the better and make lasting improvements that guarantee access to our services.
Nurse - Substance Use
Danvers, MassachusettsOrganization Facility: Beth Israel Lahey Health Behavioral Services Category: Nursing Job ID: JR31788 Date posted: 09/14/2023
When you join the growing BILH team, you're not just taking a job, you’re making a difference in people’s lives.
Job Type:Per Diem
Work Shift:Rotating (United States of America)Nurse (RN or LPN) located at the Danvers Treatment Center
Sign on bonus up to $7500
Day 1 Benefits!
Schedule: Per Diem
The Danvers Treatment Center is a detoxification program dedicated to helping men and women by providing 24 hour nursing care to monitor an individual’s withdrawal from alcohol and/or other drugs and alleviate symptoms. Clients are provided with the medical and emotional support that they need during the one of the most pivotal stages in the recovery process.
The Nurse (RN or LPN) position is a great opportunity for someone who wants to make a critical impact in the lives of those who are struggling with addiction.
The Detox Nurse’s Responsibilities Are:
Records and reports all observed symptoms, reactions to treatments and changes in patients safety status
Collaborates with team in providing health information and maintains clients’ medical records
Responds to patient care needs/issues and assists patients with activities of daily living, promoting a positive therapeutic environment
Assists with the admitting, discharge and transfer process
Participates in treatment team meetings & assists with development of care plans
Administers medications to patients
Valid and current Massachusetts licensure as a Licensed Practical Nurse or Registered Nurse
Current certification in CPR
Experience with addiction treatment services preferred, but not required.