Working as an LPN w/ long and short term patients I report to a Supervising RN, when ABN labs come in or a COC happens, sometimes I get told we, the LPN's, are not passing the meds or making sure the patient gets fluids, it's not an accusation outright, but they say it. Seriously? No formal accusations are being made but getting told this each time is now demoralizing. You're on the phone w/ the doctor both wondering why this is happening despite all the orders being carried out, but when you mention it to your RN Super, that's what you hear, you guys must not be administering what's ordered. Gets worse when the DON says the same thing. Patients are alert, but to the RN/DON I guess there's no other reason for these things to happen, 'cetp to say the LPNs are not doing their job 😞. Breaking your back, behind schedule trying to order more labs, carry out new orders and that's what you hear? I totally feel like leaving b/c of this.