Join Cone Health
As A LicensedPractical Nurse
Where Health Care and Well-Being Connect
Cone Health, in the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina, is actively seeking LPNs in all specialty areas. Full-time and part-time positions are available.
At Cone Health, our values are based on caring for our patients, each other and our communities. We mix ongoing learning with both fun and a commitment to excellence. By living our values daily, our LPNs inspire each other to feel pride and passion for their work.
Cone Health Is A Community That Cares
Care is at the center of what we do every day. That includes creating a supportive culture of caring, inclusion, and growth for our team members. We also compensate our LPNs well, in acknowledgment of their talent, dedication, and skill. In addition to competitive pay, we offer robust benefits, including:
*see section below for further details
Most benefits start the first of the month following your hire:
Some voluntary benefits start the first of the month following three months of your hire:
At Cone Health, You Know You Belong
At Cone Health, you have an opportunity to care with compassion and grow with intention. We help you reach your goals, learn new skills and advance your career.
Ours is a people-first, inclusive culture where everyone is respected and supported. Collaboration and sharing are encouraged in our team-oriented environment.
At Cone Health, you are empowered to make a difference and build a healthier tomorrow. You receive well-rounded benefits that reward your dedication and keep you healthy and happy.
Cone Health is a vastly diverse and inclusive organization, and we’re committed to becoming even more so. Our dedication to ensuring that everyone feels respected, accepted, valued and empowered is real.
By clearing the obstacles that prevent our people from becoming their best selves, we create a silo-free environment that fosters a true sense of belonging.
Our LPN Academy is a post-licensure program to support LPNs as they transition to practice in an acute care setting.
The program helps build and refine clinical skills and includes competency check-offs. It also offers LPNs opportunities to develop soft skills such as:
New graduate LPNs spend the first few weeks engaged in classroom and experiential learning. The remaining months of the 12-month program are focused on patient care, with monthly educational opportunities to support development throughout the first year of practice.