Trinity Health Nurse Assistant - MS1A Neuro Telemetry - Part Time Days (St. Mary) in Langhorne, Pennsylvania
Employment Type:Part timeShift:12 Hour Day Shift
Description:St. Mary Medical Center, a member of Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic, is looking for a Nurse Assistant to join our team!
Schedule: 24 hours weekly, Day Shift 7a-7p
The primary objective of this position is to improve quality. To provide direct, basic patient care activities under the guidance and direction of a Registered Nurse. To provide care and cleaning of specific equipment, stocking of supplies and equipment and the transportation of patients, supplies and equipment.
Performs direct and indirect patient care activities following RN instructions, physician orders, policies, procedures and regulations
Obtain supplies from designated supply rooms to assure patient rooms are ready for patient admission and cleared when patient discharged/transferred.
Demonstrates ability to feed patients, knowledge of dysphasia precautions and calculating and recording intake and output.
Demonstrates competence while collecting specimens-urine routine, clean catch, foley, stools for c-diff, etc.
Demonstrates competence with the application of heat and cold packs, ace wraps, slings, binders, protective devices and orthopedic devices.
Participates in hourly rounding programs and schedules to ensure patient safety and reduce patient harm; observes for environmental safety, informs patient and family on safety precautions, turns and repositions patients, preemptively assists with toileting activities, and addresses personal needs.
Appropriately seeks assistance of the Nurse Manager of designee for conflict resolution.
PA Nurse Aide Registry (CNA) OR completed a minimum of one semester of clinical rotations in an accredited nursing program.
High School Graduate/Equivalent required
Technical School/1 Year College preferred
2-4 years experience preferred
What We Offer:
Retirement Savings Program
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