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health unit coordinator/cna

  • Prepare pre-op rooms for patient for the day.  Cleaning and resetting them up if needed  to be reused.
  • Show patients to pre-op rooms and having them change into hospital gowns.
  • Perform general office duties, such as answering telephones, using copier and fax machine.
  • Contacting other medical facilities for patient information that is needed.
  • Schedule post -op appointments for patients.
  • Inventory and order medical and office supplies.
  •  Obtain patients vital signs, weight, and height.

health unit coordinator/certified nursing assistant

  • Observe, record, and report to physician or Nurse the patient’s condition or injury, the treatment provided, and reactions to drugs or treatment.
  • Help physicians examine and treat patients, handing them instruments or materials.  
  • Operate Electrocardiogram (EKG), or other equipment to administer routine diagnostic tests.
  • Retrieve patient medical records for physicians or other medical personnel.
  • Complete error-checking procedures. 

health unit coordinator/cna

  • Set up pre-op rooms for patients.
  • Show patients to pre-op rooms and have them change.
  • Collect patients vital signs, weight and height.
  • Contact medical facilities or departments for any additional medical information that may be needed. 
  • Order and stocking medical supplies.

health unit coordinator

  • Health unit coordinators collaborate with physicians, nurses, and other healthcare workers within a secretarial or general office function at a hospital, and other medical facilities. they answer phones, order supplies, and transcribe orders given by physicians.
  •  Health unit clerks handle the majority of a patient’s paperwork, such as discharge, admission, and personal information forms. strong communication skills are required, including verbal and written, as well as be able to effectively multi-task. Office skills, such as organizing, filing, and scheduling, are also typically required. 
  • Other job duties of a health unit coordinators include using a computer to document physician orders, preparing patient treatment charts, updating patient information, and scheduling appointments. They work under the supervision of nurse supportive services or NSS, taking direction and accommodating clerical needs. must have an understanding of basic nursing procedures, as well as background knowledge in pharmacology. 
  • Patient confidentiality is emphasized and health unit clerks must abide by these standards, HEPPA courses and tests are taken each year to keep employees up to date.