Limestone Health - Opiate Treatment Program Dispensing Nurse

Springstone Inc. - Bloomington, IN1.7


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Springstone is a leading provider of high quality behavioral health care services in numerous markets throughout the United States. Springstone fulfills its mission of Changing People's Lives by building and operating innovative behavioral health care hospitals and outpatient locations that feature attractive design, nurturing environments, quality programming, and a patient-centric approach that delivers superior outcomes.

We are seeking compassionate people who want to join us in providing high quality care to patients suffering from mental illness and addiction. Our employees are highly engaged and perform meaningful work everyday. Interested? Search our current openings listed below.


Position: Limestone Health - Opiate Treatment Program Dispensing Nurse Location: Bloomington, IN Job Id: 3651 # of Openings: 1
Limestone Health - Opiate Treatment Program Dispensing Nurse

LPN or RN positions available

PRN or Full-time

Position Summary:
Recommends and oversees implementation of all medical policies and procedures for the Opiate Treatment Program, ensuring the safety and well-being of the clients utilizing programs. Acting as the agent of a practitioner licensed under state law and registered under the appropriate state and federal laws to administer opioid treatment medication.

Members of our team Enjoy:
Working with a highly engaged staff
Healthy staffing levels
Flexible scheduling
Career growth
Competitive compensation
A Comprehensive Benefit package is offered to Full and Part time team members

Graduate from an accredited program of professional nursing required (LPN or RN).
Current unencumbered license to practice by the State Board of Nursing, valid driver's license preferred.
CPR and CPI Certification within 30 day of employment

Previous experience working with chemical dependency, dual diagnosis, or psychiatric. Must have strong clinical assessment skills.