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patient care assistant

  • Checked patients’ pulse, temperature, and respiration to document changes and ensure it fell into the appropriate standards according to their physician.
  • Measure and record food and liquid intake or urinary and fecal output for proper medical updates and documentations. 
  • Execute patient care under the direction and supervision of the RN
  • Performs clinical tasks including: glucose meter, EKG’s and monitoring

patient care assistant (pca)

  • Obtaining and charting patients vitals, intake & output, and other information.
  • Collect blood, urine or fecal specimens and sending them down to the laboratory for proper testing. 
  • Perform electrocardiograms (EKG), bladder scans, and other testing as deemed fit in accordance with the nursing staff.
  • Provide assistance to nursing staff with whatever may be needed.
  • Moving and transporting patients to other floors, or for scheduled testing such as MRI, Cat Scan. 
  • Continual observation on patients who require 1:1 support due to different situations. 
  • Contribute solace and a proper healing environment to not only patients but also to the families as well. 

patient care assistant

  • Prepare and maintain records of patient progress and services performed, reporting changes in patient condition to manager or supervisor.
  •  Assist patient with toileting activities,assist with feeding patient,feed patients who are not able to feed themselves
  • obtain and record vital signs,ADLs,and intake & output
  • Bringing about the cleaning, repositioning, and feeding of patients.

patient care assistant

  • Check patient’s pulse, temperature, and respiration.
  • Assisted patients with help moving in and out of beds and wheelchairs.
  • Transporting patients to procedures within the hospital.
  • Assisting the nurse with various aspects of clinical care.

patient care assistant

  • Responsible for providing care for a disabled, wheelchair-bound patient; ensured that the patient’s needs were the primary focus at all times.
  • Provided companionship, light laundry, organized daily activities, bathing, and feeding.
  • Assisted with the well-being of mental patients.