C.N.A 9918

01/12/2022

C.N.A – 9918

Category:

C.N.A Opportunities

Department:

Med/Surg

Scope of Responsibility:

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 C.N.A will mentor and precept employees in a respectful manner.

Education Requirements:

High School graduate or GED equivalent required. Certified Nurse Aide Certification required.

Opportunity Type:

Full Time

Shift:

7am – 3pm

Schedule:

32 hrs/wk

mailto:cknudson@aboutsmh.org

Two Ways to Apply

1. Download our application pdf and open in Acrobat Reader. Fill out our form in Reader, save it and email it to cknudson@aboutsmh.org. OR

2. Download our application pdf, complete the application in Acrobat Reader, print it out and mail or fax to St. Margaret’s:

Director of Human Resources
St. Margaret’s – Spring Valley
600 East First Street
Spring Valley, IL 61362
Fax: 815 664 1608

Click here for more information on how to apply.

ATTENTION!

 

Pertaining to COVID-19 Testing:

Due to critical shortages of supplies, St. Margaret’s Health is no longer testing walk-in patients for COVID-19; a physician’s order IS REQUIRED. If you have been exposed to COVID-19, please isolate at home, wear a mask and IF symptoms develop, contact your physician to request an order to be tested.

Having symptoms? In order to be tested for COVID-19, Influenza (Flu), Strep, RSV, or to receive a Respiratory Array test, patients MUST have a doctor’s order. Contact your medical care provider. Please DO NOT visit the testing center in Spring Valley without a physician’s order, OR visit an Emergency Department for testing.

There are many sites throughout the Illinois Valley that are still currently testing without physician’s orders, although appointments may be required.  Please refer to local pharmacies and health departments websites, or visit https://coronavirus.illinois.gov/testing-sites for more information.

Thank you!

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