Certified Nurse Assistant Resume Examples

certified nurse assistant

  • Greeted each resident with respect and dignity
  •  Practiced and applied universal precautions and good hygiene
  •  Encouraged resident interaction and participation in activities for daily living
  • Performed Activities of daily living

certified nurse assistant

  • Go to Patients’ homes and help them with daily living activities
  • Help straighten up their homes
  • Help prepare a meal for the patients’ to eat
  • Help the patients’ groom and bathe
  • Give the patients’ some companionship
  • Take patients’ out for shopping and doctors’ appointments

certified nurse assistant

  • Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding and elimination.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Reported any unusual circumstances in the patients’ condition or environment.
  • Answered patient calls for care and feeding.
  • Answered call lights and aided in patient comfort and safety by adjusting beds, lights, bed rails, pillows, patients’ clothing and bedside tables/equipment.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient care, condition, progress and concerns.
  • Obtained household supplies and ran daily errands.

certified nurse assistant

  • Performed direct patient care aimed at increasing comfort, psycho, social and spiritual well-being by providing assistance with personal hygiene, physical comfort, nutrition, elimination, prevention of skin breakdown, rehabilitation and safety.
  • Maintained sanitary residents’ and program rooms.
  • Assisted with patient transfer and ambulation.
  • Helped residents programming goals and increase their independence.

certified nurse assistant

  • Help residents with daily living activities
  • Help with bathing and grooming
  • Help ambulate and transfer
  • Help feed and assist with feeding
  • Help transfer from bed to chair or vice versa
  • Document and report all changes in residents

certified nurse assistant

  • Assist patients with ADL’s
  • Coordinate with nurses regarding the plan of care
  • Assist patient with restorative physical activities
  • Chart all activities in electronic charting system 

certified nurse assistant

  • Serve meals and assist with feeding
  • Take vital signs
  • Turn or reposition patients 
  • Provide and empty bedpans/ urinals
  • Assist with oral, perineal and personal hygiene 
  • Lift patients into beds, wheelchairs, etc.
  • Answer patient’s call light

certified nurse assistant

  • Measure patients’ vital signs, including temperature, blood pressure, pulse rate, and respirations.
  • Assist patients with daily living activities, such as bathing, dressing, eating, brushing teeth, and using the restroom.
  • Collect urine or stool samples required for certain tests by physicians and laboratory technicians.
  • Reposition and transfer patients from their beds to wheelchairs, walkers, or other mobile medical equipment for transportation. 
  • Execute housekeeping tasks, including making patients’ beds, changing bed pans, replacing linens, and collecting laundry.
  • Record patients’ health concerns and maintain reports of provided information for nurses to review.
  • Educate patients on range-of-motion exercises and stretches to relieve pain or improve functioning with certain chronic conditions.

certified nurse assistant

  • Assess patients needs. 
  • Communicate with fellow staff members and management about concerns, observations, opportunities and successes. 
  • Contact medical directors for medical needs and treatment. 
  • Day-to-day patient interaction. 
  • Documentation of patient’s condition and pointing out significant changes, to be reported to the physician and to the family. 
  • Provide general nursing care, administer medications, and treat patients in keeping with nursing standards. 
  • Record vital signs, such as temperature, blood pressure, pulse, oxygen, respiration rate as directed by medical staff.

certified nurse assistant

  • Travels to assigned hospitals as CNA/Sitter in Acute Care Setting.
  • Reports to R.N charge nurse and medical staff assigned.
  • Helps assist in Acute-Care Units such as ICU, CCU, NSU, ICSU, Oberservation Unit.
  • Assisting with a wide range of duties with patient care, ADL’S, recording urine out-put, oral Hygiene, Q-2,Q-4 turns; patient repositioning, weighing patients, help assist with transfers, bowel and bladder training, assist with ambulation, devices needed for after surgery.