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The Stem Cell Transplant Unit has an exciting opportunity for a Certified Nursing Assistant (C.N.A). The C.N.A:
- Observes and reports patient's status and needs
- Answers call lights and attends to/reports patient needs
- Obtains weights, vital signs and reports results
- Implements patient care plan established by the RN to meet the patient needs.
- Obtains specimens and transport to and sends through designated tube
- Transfers, moves and repositions patients
- Transports patients
- Operates all equipment in a safe manner.
- Assist with l procedures/care in a safe manner
- Obtains specimens and transport as applicable
- Updates patient intake/output including oral intake only, measured urine output, and measured urinary catheter output and other tubes after emptying.
- Assist patient with ADLs including cleansing of perineal area and catheter
- Assists patient with feeding/meals
- Assists patients with elimination needs
- Transfers, moves and repositions patients
- Makes occupied/unoccupied and surgical beds.
- Assist with admissions , transfers and discharges
- Assist with post mortem care.
- Has knowledge of patient's health status, treatment plan and progress of assigned patients.
- Rounding on patient every two hours: safety issues.
- Checking rooms on a daily basis, supplying rooms with new admissions kits, making admission paperwork packets prn. Take report from off going shift.
- Answer patients call lights and telephone calls within reasonable time.
- Takes action in emergency/rapidly changing situations and takes basic life sustaining or other appropriate steps to temporarily manage the situation.
- Alerts appropriate RN team members as emergencies arise, or when changes in patient status are noted.
- Upon request, is able to gather equipment that will be needed to control emergency patient care situations.
#Talroo This list of duties and responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities as necessary. Minimum Qualifications: Education:
Certification and Licensing:
- Graduate from an accredited school of nursing assistant
- Valid Florida C.N.A License, BLS certification required
- Two years recent experience preferred
- Ambulatory or inpatient experience preferred
The University of Miami offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, tuition remission and more.
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