That's a good question, what would I do if I found out she is not an LPN... hmm.
I guess I'm hoping that she IS really an LPN and she is just now bringing it up so that we have something in common "nursing".
Or, she is just wanting me to think that she is an LPN working as a physical therapy aid.
I guess if she ISN"T really an LPN, I will be alarmed if her facility actually lets her practice as an LPN at the hospital. I would hope that they will check out all of her credentials. She does nothing with meds or IV's with her job now, she only moves patients to her department, that is the only contact she has with them besides working under the supervision of a licensed PT doing routine treatments and many people think that she is actually a physical therapist.
Maybe I'm making too much of it, but it caught me off guard when she announced that she is an LPN, contrary to what I've heard all these years.
Thanks for reading my post.