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certified nursing assistant/medication aid

  • Assist 35-40 residents with ADL’s including bathing, dressing, dining, repositioning, and transferring 
  • Help train and provide guidance for new nurse’s aids  
  • Assist the nurse with medication administration and documentation 
  • Provide accurate documentation for all cares given  

certified nursing assistant

  • Assist with personal tasks such as dressing and bathing
  • Provide clean and safe homes for patients
  • Participate with patient in leisure activities and transportation so that they can remain engaged in their communities
  • Ensure patient is able to have a great quality of life by providing nutritious home meals

certified nursing assistant

  • Coordination of activities on the psych department 
  • Training of  incoming CNA’s on all duties pertaining to future job positions
  • Prepare meals based on the patient’s specific diets
  • In charge on the cognitive department , helped with activities based on limitations of participants  
  • Filling and auditing of participants paperwork

certified nursing assistant

  • Monitor, record, and report symptoms or changes in patients’ conditions.                                                                                                      A compationate individual with 14 years of experience, in taking care of patients, providing care in bathing, dressing, toileting, walking, feeding…activities of daily living ….
  • Good communication skills, work with dementia people, and other units.
  • able to work in a very stressfull situation.
  • Record vital signs, such as temperature, blood pressure, pulse, or respiration rate, as directed by medical or nursing staff.  

certified nursing assistant

  • Advise patients about recommended courses of treatment by the physician.
  • Report the nature and extent of illness or injury t the nurse to establish and prioritize medical procedures.
  • Take vital science,charting and reporting to the nurse.
  • Collect specimen,deliver to the lab,recording outputs.
  • Ambulate patients,turning every two hours, answer call lights, report any changes in condition.
  • Admitting patients,verify insurance,placing armband after verification.
  • Customer service, perform EKG as per nurse, putting on leads to be monitored.