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MI hospitals that don't hire LPNs?

  1. 0 I have heard that some michigan hospitals don't hire LPNs anymore.. anyone know which don't and which do? thanks.
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  3. Visit  solidus profile page
    #1 1
    i know mt clemens dont hire LPNs, they only kept like 4 because of union issues.
  4. Visit  Mrs. Rx profile page
    #2 1
    Beaumont hires LPNs as nurse techs only! But at least they hire them.
  5. Visit  Sirena922 profile page
    #3 1
    DMC/Harper Hospital does and so does St. John Macomb/Warren. DMC tells the rate of pay also.
  6. Visit  jenrninmi profile page
    #4 1
    I don't believe St. Mary's in the GR area do. Metro Health hires very few, Spectrum Health will sometimes.
  7. Visit  Nurse Lulu profile page
    #5 0
    Never seen one at oakwood or genesys
  8. Visit  RN1982 profile page
    #6 1
    When I did clinics at Oakwood and Henry Ford Wyandotte, I saw LPNs on the med/surg units with their own assignments.
  9. Visit  Nurse Lulu profile page
    #7 0
    That's why I said I have never "seen" one- I wasn't sure cause I don't work med-surg Thanks for the info. I saw them at North Oakland, but somebody told me they got bought out. So don't know now
  10. Visit  nrsang97 profile page
    #8 0
    I have never seen one at HF main. We had one at HF Wyandotte on a med surg unit. There was one at Oakwood as well. However now they aren't hiring many LPN's any more. I don't know if the ones I mentioned are still at HFWH or Oakwood.
  11. Visit  mshaw23 profile page
    #9 0
    Dmc receiving & henry ford! Also u of m ann arbor
  12. Visit  westieluv profile page
    #10 0
    Mercy Memorial in Monroe.
  13. Visit  yooperPN profile page
    #11 0
    A lot of the Upper Peninsula hospitals don't hire LPN's for their med/surg floors, will hire them to work in their clinics though.
  14. Visit  Circejane profile page
    #12 0
    I don't know of any hospital in Northern MI hiring LPNs for the floor. There are some existing on the floor, but they are grandfathered in and will not be replaced with other LPNs if they leave or get their RN.

    Even the better LTCs are hiring more RNs (and only RNs at night) d/t the higher acuities, number of central lines in residents, etc.