Other Qualifications, Certifications and Credentials
*Administer prescribed oral medications under written direction of physician or as directed by home care nurse and aide.
*Check patients' pulse, temperature and respiration.
*Maintain records of patient care and condition.
I am a Patient Care Technician. I believe, I'm appropriate for this job because I have 10 plus years of experience working with patients. I have 5 years working in the hospital and 5 going on 6 years working private duty and babysitting. Whenever I work with a patient, I consider them to be my parent. Whatever I would do for my parent, I would do for them with respect, privacy and honor. I'm reliable and prompt...
I am a Patient Care Technician. I believe, I'm appropriate for this job because I have 10 plus years of experience working with patients. I have 5 years working in the hospital and 5 going on 6 years working private duty and babysitting. Whenever I work with a patient, I consider them to be my parent. Whatever I would do for my parent, I would do for them with respect, privacy and honor. I'm reliable and prompt at all times. My skills and experience include the following:
Committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of patients and helping them to recover from their illness
Providing patients with a safe, person-centered, secure environment where individuals can receive the appropriate care and treatment required to manage their complex and long-term needs closer to home in order to maximize their life potential.
Helping patients to remain in their own homes by providing the support and care needed to help them achieve maximum independence.
Responsible for providing a high standard of care during early mornings, evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Good communication skills and professional approach to work.
Flexible and able to work independently.
Possessing a confident and articulate manner.
Willing to work flexible hours and to travel to a variety of sites.
Looking after patients with drug and alcohol abuse problems.
Able to respond to distressed patients in a non-threatening manner.
Ability to stay calm under pressure. Able to react quickly and effectively when dealing with challenging situations.
I feel that my greatest strength is my ability to develop and maintain a close working relationship.
*With limited exceptions (such as casual babysitters) virtually all caregiver jobs are subject to federal, state and local (where applicable) minimum wage laws. Families are responsible as household employers for complying with all applicable minimum wage laws, plus payroll, tax and other labor laws regarding employment of care providers.
Where to find your Card Verification Code
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For American Express cardholders, the Card Verification Code can be found on the front of your card, just above the number on the right side.
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