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Lynette                 B Hamilton

Lynette B Hamilton


NCP College of Nursing

Oakland, CA


Accent Home Health Care

Licensed Vocational Nurse


Provide skilllled nursing care to patient as direted by the registered nurse in accordance with the Plan of Care and Agency Policy
Promote and maintain patients health through teaching and apporopriate rehabilitative measurs under the guidance of a registered nurse
Assissts patients in learning appropriate sef-care techniques. Help to achieved and maintain continuity of patient care by assisting in planning and exchanging information with appropriate staff
Prepares clinical progress notes and follows patient care plans as developed by the registered nurse and according to agency policy.
Assists physician and registered nurse in [performing specialized procedures for which competency has been established
Prepare equipment and materials for treatments observing aseptic technique as required
Participates in Team/Case Conferences
Communicates current health stays and needs of patients to the registered nurse and other appropriated staff


Receives and documents patient referrals to home care services, insuring compliance with applicable coverage criteria
Coordinates the evaluation/admission process and assigns qualified personnel to service patients admitted to the agency
Communicates pertinent patient information to the patients physician, payor source and /or appropriate agency staff
Makes referral to agency staff and other community resources as appropriate
Obtains verbal orders on all patients being referred and documents orders on appropriate referral intake documents
Coordinates with Admission department for insurance verification and authorization
Keeps abreast of nursing trends and knowledge

Career medium 04
Career medium 06

NCP College of Nursing


Instructed student classroom and clinical experience
curriculum, teaching schedule
Demonstrated and teach patient care in classroom and clinical units
Instruct students on principles and application of physical, biological, and psychological subjects related to nursing
Conducts/supervise ;laboratory work, assignments and directs seminars and panel reviews
Supervise student nurse to demonstrate patient care in clinical units of the hospital
Prepares, administers examinations, evaluates students progress and maintains record and course outline
Coordinates with medical and nursing personnel on evaluation, improving teaching and nursing practices
Specific subject, anatomy, chemistry, psychology and nutrition
Conducts classes for patients in health practices and procedures


Shield Nursing Centers, Inc

Licensed Vocational Nurse/MDS Nurse Blessing Olandou, DON 925-565-1106

Gather information on the facility current patients
Assessment, physical and mental status
Asses charts/communicates with healthcare teams
Create applicable health care plans for current/incoming patients/residents
Coordinate shipments of facilities services to residing residents
Observe and document the pricing and effectiveness of facility products and services
Conduct new resident assessments using the Rapid Assessment Process (RAPS)
Stabilize/improve the practices of the the health care facility
Medicaid/Medicare standards (Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1987)
Maintain communication between insurance professionals and management officials at faciltiy

Licensed Vocational Charge

Monitor patients’ health—for example, by checking their blood pressure
Administer basic patient care, including changing bandages and inserting catheters
Provide for the basic comfort of patients, such as helping them bathe or dress
Discuss the care they are providing with patients and listen to their concerns
Report patients’ status and concerns to registered nurses and doctors
Keep records on patients’ health
Make rounds with physician on a weekly basis
Weekly summaries on Medicare Patients
Documentation of any conditions of change in patient activity

Career medium 03
Career medium 06

Around The Clock Education


Demonstrate and teach patient care in classroom/clinical unit
Lecture students, conducts and supervise lab work, assignments and seminars
Manage student nurses in patient care in clinical units of hospital
Prepare administer examinations, evaluates student progress
Maintain records of student classroom and clinical experience
Participate in planning curriculum, teaching schedule and course outline
Coordinate with medical and nursing personnel in evaluating and improving teaching and nursing practice
Specialize in specific subject matter anatomy, chemistry and other nursing related courses
Conduct classes for patients in health practice and procedures


Alta Bates Summit Medical Center

Licensed Vocational Nurse IV Certified

Provide emergency nursing care under supervision of physician
Medication administration
Intravenous hydration/blood blood products
Identified patient/family learning needs and implemented appropriate measures
Performed therapeutic nursing interventions per individual
Plan of care for patient and his/her family
Document patient assessment findings, physical, psychological responses
Nursing interventions and progress towards problems resolution
Maintained confidently related to patient, family, client facility staff
Report patient conditions to appropriate personnel during each shift

Career medium 06
Career medium 01

Albermarle Nursing Home Health and Rehabilitation

Licensed Practiclal Nurse Octavia Gary, RN 832-701-4336

Licensed vocational nurses read vital signs such as pulse, temperature, blood pressure and respiration. They administer injections and enemas, monitor catheters and give massages or alcohol rubs. They may apply dressings, hot water bottles and ice packs. They also help their patients bathe and dress, treat bedsores, empty bedpans and change soiled bed sheets. LVNs may feed patients and record their food consumption, while monitoring the fluids they take in and excrete.

Other duties included watching patients closely and report any signs of treatment complications or adverse medication reactions. In some states, they are permitted to administer medicine and start IVs. Licensed vocational nurses collect samples for testing, help superiors perform advanced medical procedures and complete routine tests by themselves. Some assist in the delivery, care and feeding of infants. Licensed vocational nurses also tend to a patient's comfort, personal hygiene and emotional needs.


Merritt Community College

Associate in Science, Nursing

Pearl River Community College

Diploma, Vocational/Practical Nursing