The CNA, under the supervision of the Nurse, has responsibility for the following: accurately takes vital signs; observes and reports patient response to care; promotes and assures adequate fluid balance; performs specimen collection; provides hygiene and comfort measures; promotes and assures patient activity; promotes and assures adequate nutrition; performs patient care procedures competently; utilizes pertinent equipment and supplies competently; completes all documentation accurately and timely; and promotes and assures patient safety.
The Unit Clerk has responsibility for the following: services as a receptionist in a welcoming manner; assists in answering patient call lights; maintains the chart and all chart forms; performs all required clerical functions; executes accurate order entry and transcription of orders; notifies the Nurse/Charge Nurse of any new or changes physician orders; completes all supply orders; and promotes and assures patient safety.
High school graduate or GED equivalent. Requires Certified Nurse Assistant and current CPR certification. Also requires working knowledge of medical terminology and experience with computers.
7:00 AM – 3:00 PM