This is a full-time position doing C.N.A. home visits for the Cumberland County Area. Previous applicants do not need to reapply.
- Administers personal care & hygiene by providing or assisting patient in bathing, hair care, shaving, oral hygiene, toileting, and dressing following patient care plan.
- Plans and prepares nutritious meals satisfying special diet restrictions and assisting in feeding the patient when necessary.
- Provides and / or assists patient with simple range-of-motion exercises, transferring, turning, lifting and walking.
- Assists patient with medications that are self-administered.
- Immediately reports and records changes in the patient’s mental or physical condition.
- Willingly performs reading and writing tasks when necessary.
- Maintains cleanliness in the patient’s environment by following care plan.
- Submits accurate time sheets, progress notes, and other data to supervisor on a timely basis.
- Works weekends and holidays as scheduled.
- Adheres to the Agency’s personnel policies and Compliance Plan.
- Willingly performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.
- Displays a high degree of courtesy, tact, and knowledge of services provided by the agency in all contact with staff, patients, and visitors.
Additional essential functions for:
Home Health Nursing Assistant I and II: Assist patient with treatment in procedures, i.e., changing non-sterile dressing, urine testing, measuring intake and output, and administering enemas, etc.
Accurately takes and records vital signs (temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure) and weight on each patient as indicated by plan of care.
Hospice Nursing Assistant I and II: Communicates the physical, emotional, and mental status of the hospice patient to the Hospice Patient/Family Coordinator at least every two weeks.
Accurately takes and records vital signs (temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure) and weight on each patient if indicated on care plan.
Assist patient with treatment in procedures, i.e., changing non-sterile dressing, urine testing, measuring intake and output, and administering enemas, etc. if indicated on care plan.