Any idea why an RN would be setting up meds in ALF/memory care vs an LPN? Today, I was busy doing an admission that took 6 hours to complete. 2 hours alone was spent with the family/patient reviewing the paperwork. Since I'm new to this role, the admissions are taking me longer than usual. Because of this, I asked the LPN supervisors if they could go around and check for meds needing to be reordered and setting them up. The LPNs complained to our supervisor, who then chewed me out about me doing it. I'm just wondering what was wrong with this delegation. Is there a regulation that an RN needs to do it in an AL/memory care?