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- Obtains, records, & reports vital signs on patients as directed.
- Documents data collected per standards.
- Collects & reports data to RN for development of plans for meeting patient/family needs.
- Implements & documents safe, therapeutic, & efficient care as directed by RN.
- Supports appropriate priorities for patient care.
- Anticipates need for emotional support.
- Supports the psychological, social, spiritual, & cultural needs of the patient & family.
- Takes preventative measures in giving patient care: Protects skin & mucous membranes.
- Protects patients from falls or other contact injuries.
- Uses positioning &/or exercise to prevent injury or the complications of immobility.
- Removes/reports environmental hazards in the patient care area.
- Implements interventions appropriate to specific age groups& developmental status of patients.
- Encourages patient/family to participate in treatments as directed.
- Provides transport to & from nursing units.
- Observes, records, & reports patient/family response to nursing care.
- Maintains call light within patient's reach & uses designated communication mechanism for patients w/ impaired hearing, speaking skills, or language barriers
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
- BLS certification.
- Current CNA certificate.
- Six month acute Medical/Surgical experience as a Nurse Attendant required the past two years or satisfactory completion of NA training program or military corpsman, or RN/LVN student with one semester of clinical experience or EMT training.
- Position requires prolonged standing and working, with ability to lift and move patients.
- Must demonstrate competency in basic nursing skills (i.e., vital signs, patient dressing, feeding, ambulation, and transfer).
- Strong verbal and written communication skills in English required.
- Interpersonal skills required to promote cohesive team environment.
- Must pass pre-employment physical.
- Courtesy required.
- Must be willing to work in a labor-management partnership environment
External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with federal and state laws, as well as applicable local ordinances, including but not limited to the San Francisco and Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinances.