The CNA/ Resident Attendant performs patient care task under the general direction and supervision of a Manager and Director.
Provides for residents personal hygiene, gives bed pans, urinals, bed- baths, foley-catheter care, turns every 2 hours, positions residents and assist with showers, dresses and incontinent care.
Provides for activities of daily living: assist with meals, feeds residents, ambulates, toilet, provide hydration and nourishment between meals.
Supervises resident's medication: Document on specified forms if residents refuse medications and count narcotics, Send residents medication with family members if residents go out on pass.
Perform I&O: check vital signs per Doctor orders, monitor weights monthly, perform blood sugar checks per orders and obtain specimen collections.
Maintain residents laundry and closet.
Maintain residents bedroom and bathroom daily and per shift
Meal preparation ( breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks)
Meal preparation also includes: ability to avoid food waste, adhering to meal and snack schedules, proper handling and food preparations, clean up after meals, proper knowledge of sanitation and food storage procedure, table setting and diets.
Restock toiletries, incontinent supplies and housekeeping supplies as needed.
Change resident's linen according to schedule and as needed.
Provide recreational stimulation for residents.
Provide for comfort needs of resident.
Work effectively as a Team member in the delivery of care and assist in the orientation of new employees.
Utilize resources and materials in an efficient and safe manner.
Maintain a safe and attractive living and work environment.
Promptly answer resident and family member request. And refer concerns or questions to your immediate supervisor immediately.
Shows dependability by being punctual and have the ability to maintain consistent attendance
Must be willing to work full-time, weekends, overtime and Holidays.
Positions available: 6:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. & 3:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Job requires frequent bending, lifting. Must be able to lift over 50 pounds.
Education and Experience:
Must be a High school graduate.
Successful completion of nursing assistant course or the equivalent or 1 year experience in Long Term Care setting.
CPR certified and have a current TB screening test.