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pca

  • Take patients back for there scheduled test
  • schedule some patients
  • Talk to families about the exam
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  • Gather information from caregivers, nurses, or physicians about patient condition, treatment plans, or appropriate activities.all patients for exams
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pca

  • 9 West (CCU Step Down) and Wound Center
  • completes patient care activities as delegated by the RN.
  •  PCAs perform duties including, but not limited to, ADLs, vital signs, I and Os, 12 lead ECG, bladder scan, hygiene and venipuncture where applicable. 
  • Familiarity with using wheelchairs, EKG equipment, patient assistive devices, and patient care equipment specific to assigned population. 
  • Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills and excellent communication skills both written and verbal, as well as, exhibiting strong organizational skills and work ethic, demonstrates a professional demeanor when responding to patients and customers, basic computer data entry skills.
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pca

  • Worked mostly with patients with M.S.
  • Housekeeping and bill paying.
  • Exercise, range of motion 
  • Use of Hoyer lift when needed.
  • Bathing and meal preps.
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pca

  • Performed housekeeping duties, ran errands and accompainied patient to routine medical visits. 
  • Planned, shopped for and prepared nutritious meals.
  • Report any discrepancy in patient behavior or state to the nurse doctor.
  • Caring and providing companionship, personal care and help inadjusting to new lifestyles.
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pca

  • Responsible for light cleaning, cooking, running errands, and doing laundry, as well as assisting clients with bathing, showering, grooming, and other personal hygiene tasks. 
  • Engage clients in activities like reading, talking, and playing games. 
  • Provide physical support to assist patients to perform daily living activities such as getting out of bed, bathing, dressing, using the toilet, standing, walking, or exercising. 
  • Care for individuals or families during periods of incapacitation, family disruption, or convalescence, providing care or help in adjusting to new lifestyles.