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Help! Help! Help! Private Duty Home Care
CNA - Home Care
Burbank, California
Permanent
Continuity Care Home Nurses

Continuity Care Home Nurses

Immediate openings to work in a busy home care agency with a variety of positions for RNs - both visits and private duty! (no oasis paperwork!) LVNs - Private duty and visits CNA/CHHAs Private cases available NOW!!! Call 818-753-5106 and ask for Pati or Aleta! All shifts available ~ 4 hours, 8 hours, 12 hours, flexible schedule but if full tim... Read More
Certified Nursing Assistant, Skilled Nursing
CNA - SNF
Melbourne, Florida
Per Diem
CareRev

CareRev

CareRev is the future of work. With the CareRev app you are a few clicks from booking shifts. Our app allows you to create your own schedule. We pay the highest rates in the industry and get you paid quickly. How does it work? Once you've applied and completed the registration process, you can download our app to browse open shifts in your area.... Read More
$18.00/hour
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Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)
CNA - SNF
German Flatts, New York
Permanent
Bassett Healthcare Network

Bassett Healthcare Network

Are you looking to make a difference by improving the health of our patients? Valley Health and Valley Residential Services is a proud affiliate of the Bassett Healthcare Network, an innovative and unique health care system that connects comprehensive care and services to people living throughout a 5,600-square-mile area of Central New York. At B... Read More
CNA/PSS - $3,000 SIGN ON BONUS
CNA - other
Wells, Maine
Permanent
Northbridge Companies

Northbridge Companies

Care Comes First Do you have a true love for working with seniors? Does helping others truly make for work you value? Are you described as dependable and hardworking? If you can answer ‘yes’ to those three questions, you may be a match to join our team of dedicated care professionals. APPLY HERE: https://app.jobvite.com/j?cj=oWQZffwK&s=Nurserecr... Read More
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
CNA - SNF
Kansas City, Missouri
Permanent
Ignite Medical Resorts

Ignite Medical Resorts

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Kansas City, MO Description Get Fired Up Kansas City! Ignite Medical Resort Carondelet is Hiring! If you want to work with a company who values and appreciates its employees, join Ignite Medical Resorts and help us to Extinguish the Stereotype! We are a state of the art rehabilitation resort where we combin... Read More
CNA Certified Nursing Assistant in Marshalltown, IA
CNA - other
Marshalltown, Iowa
Permanent
Comcentric Inc.

Comcentric Inc.

Required: • CNA license • Dependent Adult Abuse training • Minimum 1 year experience Available Shifts: • 2pm - 10:30pm • 10pm - 6am 40 hours/week, weekends required. If qualified, interested, and available (or know of somebody who is), please send an updated resume and pay requirements for immediate consideration to bonnie.kutin@com... Read More
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Certified Nursing Assistant Nursing

The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) or State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA), assists LPNs and RNs in hospital or long term care facilities (nursing homes). CNAs are often the people that spend the most time with the patient doing direct patient care. Taking vital signs, assisting with dressing changes, and giving patient baths; helping patients ambulate or get out of bed to the chair, tidying up patient's rooms (which may include bed making) and ensuring patients have everything they need are just a few of the duties of CNAs. The job of a CNA can be very physically demanding. They will be lifting patients, bending and stooping, and sometimes, even crawling on the floor to pick up dropped items. CNAs must answer call lights and may be assigned to patient rooms far from the nurses' station. A strong back, physical stamina and a very good pair of shoes are important to have and maintain as a CNA. Most injuries incurred by CNAs are back-related. Proper lifting and trunk turning techniques are taught to CNAs in order to avoid costly medical leaves for physical injuries.

The role of the CNA is an important one in the world of healthcare as frequently the CNA is the first to note an acute change in the patient's condition. These changes must be immediately reported to an RN or LPN in order for the patient to be properly assessed. CNAs must be trained in basic CPR as they may be called upon to do chest compressions in the case of cardiac arrest. In long-term care facilities, it is possible for CNAs to forge a close relationship with their patients. From seeing a patient/resident day to day, the smallest of changes in behavior and habits can be detected and the CNA will know when their resident isn't "acting right."

The training for a CNA is usually a two-week program which may or may not be paid for by the facility where they will work. Many hospitals do not require that an aide be state tested or certified as they prefer to train them on-site. After the training program which will include things such as: taking of vital signs, making beds, and bathing patients, potential aides will then be examined by both a written and practical means. The practical exam can be rigorous and nerve wrecking as the examiner watches every task performed for thoroughness, efficiency and patient safety.

The job of a CNA can be both demanding and rewarding and many CNAs use their experience to decide whether or not they wish to continue their education and become nurses.

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