Licensed Practical Nurse
at Meadows Behavioral Healthcare

Date Posted: 11/17/2019

Job Description

Grow your career with Meadows Behavioral Healthcare!

Meadows Behavioral Healthcare located in Wickenburg AZ, an industry leader in the delivery of treatment services of emotional trauma and addiction for adults is accepting applications for ON-CALL/POOL Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) positions.

Meadows Behavioral Healthcare has built its success on values, including Respect, Integrity, Trust, Teamwork, Quality and Innovation, and a relentless focus on taking care of our patients.  Training is provided for all new employees from a diverse team to ensure a successful on-boarding.

The LPN:

♦ Under the supervision of the Registered Nurse, provides direct patient care to patients as assigned.
♦ Maintains a safe and efficient working and treatment environment per facility policies and procedures.
♦ Communicates effectively with the treatment team to ensure safe, quality care is provided to all patients.

Job Requirements

  • Graduate of an accredited LPN program.
  • Current state licensure.

We are a Drug Free Company.  All positions are designated as “Safety Sensitive” positions and in light of our company mission, the Company does not employ medical marijuana cardholders. Following an offer of employment, and prior to reporting to work, all applicants will be required to submit to and pass a substance abuse screen.

Job Snapshot

About Us

Meadows Behavioral Healthcare is the industry leader in providing treatment for people struggling with addictions, eating disorders, trauma, and related mental health conditions. Located in Wickenburg, Arizona, our company has several programs including our flagship program, The Meadows; our young adult program, Claudia Black Center;  our sex addition and love avoidance programs, Gentle Path and Women’s Intimacy Programs, and our eating disorder program, The Meadows Ranch.  In addition we offer intensive workshops through our Rio Retreat Center.  Our programs are the premier choice of patients, families, and behavioral health professionals. For more information, please visit