Good Company To Work For 😊
Licensed Practical Nurse (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 26 February 2018
I have been employed as a part time LPN since 2013.
Their diabetic and mental health monitoring program helps a lot of people in the community all through out lower mainland so if you are interested in working in the community and helping others manage their diabetes and monitoring mental health patients this company would be a good fit for you.
This company employs LPNs, pharmacy technicians, pharmacist, RNs and careaides. They have full time, part time and casual employees. My work hours are flexible and plenty of hours for LPNs if you like to work in the community. LPNs do not do personal care nor work with lifts and transfers****
Salary for LPNs are satisfactory and is not on par with Health Authority Rates however, salary is base on experience and lenght of service with the company. Benefits are only offered to Full time staff and this includes and are not limited to discounts for prescription medications, no dispensing fees through Naz-Wellness Pharmacies, LPN License to practice reimbursement and vacation pay. KM and wear and tear reimbursements are payed on every paycheque if you use your own vehicle for business purposes.
There is a shortage for LPNs in the community and patient refferals will only spike due to aging population and seniors deciding to stay home in the community. You can easily combine your full time line with an existing employment if you like. This company continues to grow every year.
Management team has a lot of heart. Quick to respond to questions and they are very giving if you want extra shifts. They provide On going support and oversight for all employees from a Registered Pharmacist, Registered Nurse and a Certified Diabetic Educator.
The company hires individuals from all walks of life and values multiculturalism. They have emoloyees that can speak english, punjabi, cantonese, mandarin, vietnamese, filipino and many more.
Lots of Hours For LPNs.
Company has room for growth and continues to grow.