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• Refers more difficult issues to RN.
• Uses judgment to perform tasks.
• Accepts accountability for own actions.
• Demonstrates effective written/verbal communication.
• Documents and relays messages or instructions accurately.
• Reports patient information on a timely basis.
• Verifies understanding of information and asks for clarification when necessary.
• Documents accurately to reflect understanding of assigned tasks.
• Confronts difficult or conflict situations constructively.
• Demonstrates a commitment to service.
• Contributes to a positive patient care experience.
• Anticipates the customer's desires and takes proactive steps to meet those needs.
• Recognizes the diversity and cultural norms of the individual.
• Seeks assistance when needed in culturally sensitive situations.
• Obtains vital signs and collects data; reports values outside given parameters.
• Reports observations.
• Reports outcomes of assigned nursing care tasks.
• Demonstrates the ability to problem solve.
• Identifies resources and uses them when confronted with a problem.
• Prioritizes assigned tasks and work or seeks assistance appropriately.
• Demonstrates understanding of how Kaiser Permanente key systems affect services and quality of care.
• Demonstrates technological literacy in using computerized information systems related to assignments.
• Demonstrates technical knowledge of clinical procedures and use of special equipment as assigned.
• Attends mandatory in-services related to patient care and others as appropriate.
• Displays clinical knowledge appropriate to education/training and assigned tasks.
• Assists in identifying own learning needs.
• Seeks assistance when doing an unfamiliar task/activity, or when unable to perform an assigned task/activity.
• Takes responsibility to keep informed of organizational policies and current information in policy and procedure manuals and unit communications.
• Provides care and assists patients within the limits of the authorized duties for CNA 2 Acute Care consistent with those defined by the state.
• Demonstrates knowledge of the legal responsibilities, limitations and implications of their actions.
• Provides care in compliance with government, state or regulatory agencies (e.g. Medicare).
• Adheres to and supports KP policies and Principles of Responsibility.
• Adheres to HIPAA and confidentiality policies.
• Demonstrate accepted ethical practices with respect to cultural, social and ethnic differences, within the health care environment (e.g. CLAS standards).
• Interacts effectively and sensitively with all members of the healthcare team.
• Demonstrates flexibility as a team member.
• Collaborates with team members and supports the goals of the team.
• Supports a collaborative LMP environment.
• Assists others with patient care activities when own assignment is completed.
• Maintains an acceptable attendance record.
• Participates in unit-based activities, including staff meetings.
• This job description is not all encompassing.
- One (1) year of experience as a CNA 1.
- High School Diploma or related medical assistant experience.
- Completion of an OSBN approved CNA 1 Program.
- If hired prior to 11/17/08, must have current Oregon certification as a Nursing Assistant and must obtain CNA2 Acute Care Certification by 11/17/08. If hired after 11/17/08 must have current Oregon CNA2 Acute Care Certification.
- Must obtain BLS with AED certification within thirty (30) days of hire.
- Computer keyboarding skills preferred.