North Shore Physicians Group (NSPG), the largest multispecialty group north of Boston, has a singular focus: the patient. We have a total of 27 locations across the North Shore, with more than 350 board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners, and other health care professionals working as one to provide exceptional care.
We are a national leader in improving care delivery, patient health and satisfaction. Through our partnership with North Shore Medical Center and our affiliation with Massachusetts General Hospital and Partners HealthCare, we offer such advances as EMRs, shared medical appointments, online access and remote patient monitoring. Our success is built on team-based practices, collaborative environments and the importance of work-life balance.
Bring your exceptional skills to our innovative practices and join us in driving medicine forward!
Licensed practical nurse is the designation given to an individual who is a graduate of an approved practical nursing program, and who is currently licensed as a practical nurse pursuant to M.G.L. c 112. The licensed practical nurse functions within the framework specified by the nursing statutes and regulations of the Commonwealth.
Provides professional medical assessment advice within the LPN scope of the practice, for patients calling the medical office via telephone. Performs administrative and other tasks as necessary to accomplish and support such care and treatment.
- Phlebotomy, Medication Administration, Use of Electronic Medical Record, Knowledge of minor surgical procedures and equipment, CPR Certification for Healthcare Professionals
- Requires a minimum of one-year triage experience in medical office setting or hospital.
- Graduate of an accredited school of nursing
- Licensed as a Practical Nurse in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Applicants with relevant experience will be considered. North Shore Medical Center is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Minorities and women are strongly encouraged to apply. Pre-employment drug screening is required.