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Samaritan Recovery Community, Inc.

Job Description:  Provide medical screening of all clients, conduct other screening, admission and referral interviews as scheduled; act as liaison with Medical Director to assure physical histories and examinations are scheduled and completed; provide recommended medical treatments and referrals; dispense medications when on duty and supervise self-medication procedures; maintain appropriate medical records and provide relevant medical information to other clinical staff; perform other related duties as required.


Assure that clients are medically appropriate for admission to agency programs.

Obtain medical histories and schedule physical examinations and related lab work for new clients.

Conduct TB skin tests on new clients and staff.

Act as liaison with Medical Director to provide recommended treatments to clients

Obtain urine specimens as needed.

Conduct evaluations of clients medical and/or psychiatric complaints and make referrals to appropriate clinics or physicians when indicated.

Act as liaison with laboratory services.

Dispense medication when on duty and monitor compliance with self-medication procedures as supervised by on-duty staff in absence of nurse.

Provide appropriate documentation of all medical evaluations, complaints, recommendations, treatments and referrals.

Provide nutritional counseling to clients in accord with accepted dietary standards for healthful recovery and the individual’s needs.

Conduct the exercise program for clients as supervised by the Medical Director to assure compliance with recommendations for individual activity levels.

Conduct lecture/seminar educational activities for clients as scheduled.

Conduct training activities for staff as scheduled.

Organize and maintain inventory control of all medications, emergency, and medical supplies.

Provide relevant medical information to other agency staff; participate in staff and clinical meetings as scheduled.

Participate in quality assurance and utilization review committee meetings and studies.

Perform other related duties as required.

REQUIREMENTS: Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree and State of Tennessee Nurse’s Registration (RN) plus one year related experience; experience working with adults with co-occurring disorders highly desirable, OR LPN license from State of Tennessee and three years related experience; experience working with adults with co-occurring disorders highly desirable.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: Samaritan offers excellent employee benefits, is a past recipient of the Nashville Business Journal's "Best Place to Work" award, is a Drug-Free Workplace and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Deana Crossley, LCSW

Executive Director

Samaritan Recovery Community, Inc.

319 South 4th Street

Nashville TN 37206

(615) 244.4802 ext 119

Posted 03/16/2020

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Posted 02/14/2020

Morning Pointe

Do you have a true passion for providing care to seniors in their time of need? The Morning Pointe difference seeks to provide opportunities for growth in a positive family atmosphere. We strive to translate our associates’ passion into meaningful experiences that provide our residents with the highest quality of care.


The Licensed Practical Nurse is an integral part of the care giving team under the supervision of the community Director of Nursing.

· Contribute to a positive associate culture

· Provide stellar resident care as directed by resident care plan

· Monitor and respond to resident safety needs

· Continuous evaluation and documentation of resident needs

Licensure and Certification Requirements

Current LPN license in applicable state as well as current CPR certification

Expectations and Responsibilities

· Contribute to a positive servant leader culture and environment for associates

· Must possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action

· Observe, record, and communicate timely and accurately all significant changes in resident health condition to appropriate personnel

· Assist with and monitor resident medication needs

· Demonstrate dependable work habits

· Proper dress, conduct, professionalism is to be evident at all times

· Must be able to read, write, understand, and communicate in the English Apply online at

Posted 02/10/2020