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  •  Mobility Needs.
  •  Hygiene and Grooming. 
  • Comfort and Anxiety Relief. 
  • Management and Efficiency. 

cna/care giver

  • Maintain patients personal Hagen, detailed reports and records.
  • Notified patients change to the nurse  and take vital signs.
  • provid bed mobilitys and showers.
  • helpin with meal etc.


  • Provides hands on personal care services as assigned by the RN.
  • Perform simple procedures as an extension of Nursing services.
  • Performs nursing tasks delegated by RN in accordance with agency policy and the rules of the Board of Nurse Examiners.
  • Provides assistance patient’s in ambulation or exercises,
  • Provides assistance in administering medications that are ordinarily self-administered.
  • Prepare and submit documentation of observations, findings, and services provided to patients in accordance with the patient care plan and agency policy.
  • Reports to the RN changes in the patient’s condition or environment in accordance with the plan of care, skilled nurse instructions, and agency guidelines.


  • Reinforce patient teaching as directed by the skilled nurse or therapist.
  • Perform simple procedures as an extension of therapy as assigned by the therapist.
  • Attend and participate in patient case conferences and other agency meetings.
  • Attend in-service training programs totaling 12 contact hours a year. Submits contact hours received from other locations to DON for approval and credit toward hours required.

cna/lpn/ rn

  • Recorded temperature, pulse, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, food and fluid intake and output, as directed.
  • Answered call lights, and intercom system to determine patients’ needs.
  • Transported patients, using wheelchair, and wheeled cart and assisted patients to walk.
  • Served and collected food trays and fed patients requiring help.
  • Changed bed linens, ran errands, directed visitors, and answered telephone.
  • Bathed, dressed, and undressed patients.  
  • Assisted with patient care as needed