I would bring 24 years of experience at pulling up, and passing medications, reporting changes in residents, Dr. calls, implementing orders and documentation.
I believe in keeping up with new medications, keeping the medication room and cart clean and organized.
I am skilled at vent care and peg tube feedings, with good problem solving skills and the ability to listen to my residents.
From 1990 until 2012, I was certified as a CNA/CMA. There were not enough hours to renew my certs, due to a work injury.
I have a preferred worker card, which means the government will reimburse 1/2 of my wages and most benefits for up to a year.
I added a pharmacology class from Pioneer Pacific College as of 2012.
I am also adept at ADL"s, and do believe I work well as a team player.
OSBN stated I am eligable for renewal of CNA/CMA by taking state boards prior to my birthday in the end of May.
Travel throughout Oregon and fill in as a CNA/CMA where and when necessary.
Agency work throughout Portland
I left this position as I was shorted on most of my paychecks and would be charged $10.00 per check to have it corrected.
Mr. Glover was my private duty ALS pt.
I would train new cg's, set up meds, transport, make Dr. calls and enter new orders. ADL'S, pt. care, vent and peg tube care and feeding were also part of my program, along with B/B care. The last few months included hospice care. I was with him until he expired in 2007.
Employed for various Marquis facilities in Portland.
At Mt. Tabor, I was an RA, and before my RA shift was over, I would get a call needing a CMA to do meds for the next shift, before finishing that shift I would get a call needing a CNA for noc shift, then it would be time for my RA shift. Sometimes I would not get home for a few days at a time. I was working up to 120 hours a week, and was exhausted. After a year of this it was necessary to leave. My health was failing, and after speaking with the DNS. about this problem I would still get calls.
Pull up and pass meds, take Dr. calls, transcribe and implement orders, asst with ADLS, documentation,B/B care, problem solve, arrange Dr. visits, serve in dining room, keep med room and cart in order and report changes to RN.
I received my certification as a CNA through Beverley Enterprises, and immediately began my CMA training at AGE.
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