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DATE ADDED: Thu 11/10/2018

Registered Nurse

Alpharetta, USA


Job Description
The Registered Nurse provides the highest level of care as a first step towards long term healing for those struggling with the disease of addiction. The nurse will provide communication between patients and clinicians and also provide skillful patient care in preparation and distribution of medication to patients. The nurse will also provide detailed and thorough patient care notes and make rounds ensuring patient needs are met in a timely and proficient manner.

Duties include but are not limited to:
• Monitoring of patients to assess for clinical signs and symptoms
• Administer Medications as ordered
• Provides correct and timely documentation which reflects services provided
• Confers with and assists the Medical Director and the Psychiatrist.

• Full Time
• Night Shift 7:00 PM to 7:30 AM
• Three 12 hour nights per week

• Clean, active and current RN license
• 1+ years Substance Abuse experience preferred but not required
• Current CPR

• Hourly rate competitive with experience and location

Full time employees may be eligible for the following:
• Medical Insurance
• Dental/Vision Insurance
• STD/LTD, $25,000.00 Basic Life Insurance
• 401k
• Accrued PTO Plan
• Education reimbursement


Company Description
From years of experience detoxifying individuals, we know that one of the most significant obstacles to drug and alcohol detox and addiction recovery is fear of the withdrawal process. Many addicts continue to use drugs and alcohol even when they no longer want to, merely to avoid going through alcohol and drug detox and avoid withdrawal symptoms. Some people try to ride out the detoxification process and withdrawal symptoms at home, often suffering through days of discomfort and violent withdrawal, only to go back to abusing drugs and alcohol to relieve the pain.

Role: Registered Nurse
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Location: Alpharetta,

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