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certified medication aide

  • Performed medication set-up and assist residents in the Medication Program. Provided medication assistance documentation per policy and state requirement 
  • Documented reasons for PRN medication on the reverse of MARs. 
  •  Assisted in scheduling Medication Assistant shifts. 
  •  Administering the requisite medicines and injections and maintaining MAR (Medication Administration Record) according to the organizational policies 
  •  Monitoring vital signs and the effects of medication on the patient 
  • Reporting the adverse effects, allergies or other side effects occurring in the patient to the registered 
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certified medication aide

  • Deliver routine daily medications, either prescription or non-prescription, to patients. 
  • Coordinate with different nurses to assist with patient care and medications. 
  • Follow written or verbal instructions on how to manage medications. 
  • Uphold all health and safety standards. 
  • Record medication dosages and times. 
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certified medication aide/ cna

  • Provide High quality patient care 
  • Preserve Patient dignity and minimize discomfort while carrying out duties  such as bedpan changes, diapering, emptying drainage bags and bathing
  • Commended for chart accuracy, effective team collaboration, patient relations and consistent delivery of empathetic care
  • Assisted residents with activities of daily living including helping with meals transferring using assisting devices, bathing, dressing and grooming
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certified medication aide/ certified nurse aide

  • Administer medication dosages, routes, and frequencies based on patients’ chart and needs.
  • Observing and reporting any change in patients’ condition.
  • Skilled in medical and pharmacological terminology, and manage medications for a large number of patients without making dosage errors or providing medications to the wrong patient.
  • When not actively dispensing medications or preparing medications for the next set of rounds, it is necessary to revert to the duties shared with other certified nurses’ aides. These consist of basic hands-on nursing care, such as bathing and feeding patients, helping them with toilet visits and basic hygiene, or supervising their participation in exercise or physical therapy.
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certified medication aide/coordinator

  • .Performed medication set-up and assist residents in the Medication Program. Provided medication assistance documentation per policy and state requirement 
  •  Documented reasons for PRN medication on the 
  • Make appointments, keep records, or perform other clerical duties in doctors’ offices or clinics.reverse of MARs. 
  • Assisted in scheduling Medication Assistant shifts. 
  •  Reporting the adverse effects, allergies or other side effects occurring in the patient to the registered nurse 
  • reorder medication as per company policy  and transcript in the MAR
  • Wound care per company policy