An LPN must perform nursing care essential to the assessment, promotion, maintenance and restoration of patient’s health and wellness in the assigned setting. The LPN performs a variety of duties related to patient care, therapeutic interventions and clinic-based supportive functions as directed by an MD, mid-level provider, RN and or the assigned supervisor. The LPN must be able to support patients to utilize and benefit from the clinical services, perform triage functions with minimal supervision, and execute activities consistently within their state required LPN scope of practice. The LPN may be assigned to support the scope of services provided at GFHS including but not limited to family practice, pediatrics and geriatrics. LPNs may be asked to cover a different location from their assigned clinic.