Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) Program
Train as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) and Pursue a Rewarding Hands-On Career.
Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) work under the direction of physicians and Registered Nurses to care for people who are sick, injured or disabled.
If you're passionate about caring for others, enjoy working with people and are looking for a profession that capitalizes on these strengths, you could be well suited to a rewarding career as a Practical Nurse.
Providing Important Care: A Day in the Life...
Licensed Practical Nurses care for patients in many ways. Often, they provide basic bedside care. In a given day, professionals in this field perform a wide variety of medical procedures, including:
- Measuring and Recording Patient's Vital signs
- Preparing and giving injections and enemas
- Monitoring Catheters
- Dressing Wounds
- Assisting with bathing, dressing and personal hygiene
- Assisting patients with mobility concerns
- Feeding & Caring of patients
Licensed Practical Nurses work with individual clients to provide both physical care such as monitoring vital signs as well as emotional care; making sure that patients are comfortable. As an LPN, you may also be called upon to provide support to family members and to provide health education to groups.
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Employment Settings of Licensed Practical Nursing Professionals
Most LPN Nurses are generalists and are employed in a variety of healthcare settings. Here are some of the interesting environments where Licensed Practical Nurses might be employed:
- Medical clinics
- Doctor offices
- Outpatient Care Centers
- Nursing Homes
- Home Healthcare
- Government Agencies
Experienced Licensed Practical Nurses may supervise nursing assistants and aides and may move into management positions.
Successful graduates of the Prism Career Institute LPN Training Program feel confident as they attempt to transition from students into healthcare professionals after preparing in a hands-on learning environment.
Accredited LPN Certification
The Pennsylvania State Board Of Nursing has conferred Full Approval status for the Licensed Practical Nursing progam at Prism Career Institute, Philadelphia campus.
The New Jersey Board of Nursing has approved Prism Career Institue, Cherry Hill campus, as a certified New Jersey Board of Nursing accredited school of Practical Nursing.
Becoming a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
Prism graduates are prepared to take the NCLEX-PN exam upon program completion. Passing this exam is a requirement to become a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). The exam is developed and administered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing.
Here at Prism, we're proud of our graduates. Meet our Nursing Alumni and join us in congratulating their accomplishments!
To Find Out More About LPN Training:
To explore if LPN training to become a Licensed Practical Nurse is right for you, complete the "I Want Answers" form on this page to receive career and program information, or call 1-888-904-4768 to speak with a knowledgeable Admissions Representative.
For information about the other career programs offered at at Prism Career Institute, please visit our Program Page, or to see what programs are offered at a specific campus, visit our Campus Locations page or call us at 1-888-411-6305.
*Not all programs are offered at all campuses.