Patient focused Certified Nursing Assistant with 13+ years experience serving chronically ill patients and Dementia residents, and assisting them with daily living activities, vital signs and blood glucose monitoring, wishes to become part of your company's dedicated and compassionate caregiving team. I am accustomed to providing optimal resident care and support, and I am focused on delivering high quality care. I would welcome the opportunity to speak with you or one of your team members if you feel I'd be a good fit for this or any other position in your organization.
Administer oral and external medications to facility residents and monitor residents reactions to meds. Takes and records vital signs after med passes if required, documents meds given and reports reactions. Monitor residents who self-medicate and report deviations from plan of care if any. Reorder medications, receive incoming meds from Pharmacy, puts away medication in locked narcotic box if narcotics, and stores other medications in overflow cabinet, secures medication carts always, adds new narcotics into inventory in the CareSuite computer system, removes discontinued medication from inventory and med cart, requests new medication order clarification from doctors if order is inaccurately written or not written according to facility policy. Triple checks physician order transcription via three way cart audit, completes and sends out resident change of condition or notification of incident form. Sends residents to Emergency room when injury occurs and bleeding is evident, notifies supervisor and family member, fax records to physician, fax new orders if any, to Pharmacy when residents return from emergency room back to the community. Put away records into the chart.
Performed patient care and observation duties, operated patient care equipments and relayed information to nurse, provided measures related to hygiene, comfort, rest, assisted in use of anti-embolism stockings, oxygen and incentive spirometers, bed side blood glucose monitoring machines, operated electric beds, blood pressure monitors, thermometers, pulse oximeter, blood pressure machine, scales, computers, performed vital signs, recorded intake and output, as well as blood glucose results, reported unusual results to nurse. Observed IV site appearance, assisted with range of motion exercise, turning and repositioning, change of wet diaper and incontinence briefs, answered call lights, bells and requests for service to assist patient services, maintained universal precautions, provided safe and comfortable environment for patients, monitored safety of patients, completed other chores as assigned, documented observations in the computer. Delivered high level of care to every patient.
Receive or give change of shift report, do security rounds, assist with admission, transfer and discharge, do vital signs, blood pressure and blood glucose level checks, bathe, shower, shave, dress, groom residents, provide incontinence care and toileting assistance, makes open, closed and occupied beds, assists with ambulation, turning and repositioning, transfers, records intake and output, empty urine bag, collect sputum, stool and urine specimen, answer call lights in a timely manner, escort residents to the dining room, maintain universal precautions.
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