The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) provides nursing staff support in the areas of patient care delivery, clerical functions, and organization of the unit environment, as well as set-up and maintenance of equipment.Â The emphasis on each of these areas will depend on the unit assigned.Â Â
Assists licensed nursing personnel in providing resident care in skilled nursing/extended care facility.Provides assistance with residents' daily needs. 2. Performs treatments and procedures not requiring sterile techniques. 3. Records and reports observations of residents to immediate supervisor, including temperatures, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, weight, daily intake and output. 4. Bathes bed-confined residents or assists resident in self bathing. 5. Assists in transporting residents to/from appointments, activity and social programs, etc., as necessary. 6. Assists residents with meals as necessary. 7. Assists and interacts with residents' families as necessary and appropriate. 8. Cleans and reports condition of equipment.
Minimum Education: Current California Certified Nurse Assistant License.Minimum Experience/Knowledge:Six months to one year experience as a Certified Nursing Assistant.Required License/Certification:Current Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) card from the American Heart Association.Current AB 508 Secure Training Certification.As part of Keck Medicine of USC, USC Verdugo Hills Hospital is the only community hospital in the Foothills area of Los Angeles backed by an academic medical center. With its 40-year legacy of personalized care from expert physicians, experience nurses and a dedicated staff the community has come to know and trust, USCâVHH brings patients the latest medical advancements and 24/7 emergency services. Join this world-class team providing highly-specialized care, up-to-the-minute research and innovative clinical trials.
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