$10 – 15/hr
We are a growing company and have multiple roles open for a skilled CNA. You will provide outstanding patient care and physical support for patients and residents on a daily basis. To do well in this role you should have your state certified nursing assistant certification and a nursing degree from a recognized CNA program.
Provide great patient care. Answer patient calls and determine how best to help them. Provide physical support for patients or residents with daily activities and personal hygiene, including bathing, dressing, getting out of bed, - using the toilet, walking, standing or exercising. Turn and reposition bedridden patients. Ensure patients receive an appropriate diet by reviewing their dietary restrictions, food allergies, and preferences. Obtain a wide range of information from physicians, caregivers, and nurses about patient condition, treatment plans, and suggested activities. Measure and record food and liquid intake and urinary and fecal output and reporting changes to medical or nursing staff. Record vital signs, including blood pressure, pulse, temperature, and respiration rate as requested by staff. Examine patients to detect issues requiring medical care, including open wounds, bruises or blood in urine. Remind patients to take medications and nutritional supplements. Note observations of patient behavior, including complaints, or physical symptoms to nurses. Stay up to date on CNA training and facility policy and procedure.
State Certified Nursing Assistant Certification. Current CPR (American Heart Association). Nursing degree from a CNA program. Ability to think and work independently and with direction, and communicate with staff members in a fast-paced and sometimes stressful environment.