Saturday & Sunday 11pm-7am
CPR certification required. Under the direct supervision of the evening and weekend supervisor, this individual is responsible for providing assistance to the nurse in specified patient care activities, completing admission search of luggage, conducts patient room searches as needed, monitors patient behaviors per written guidelines, transports patients to appointments, halfway houses, outside meetings, etc. Must maintain a valid driver's license and clean driving record.
Registered Nurse with active CPR certification. Competitive benefits. Medication responsibilities include: receiving, transcribing, and carrying out physician orders; administering medications following approved protocols; and counting controlled drugs on each shift. Doctor patient responsibilities include: working with nursing assistant to have all patient charts ready for doctor prior to arrival; supporting doctor with special situations; accurately taking doctor & NP orders off and transcribing them to the Kardex; and updating the nursing census with accurate information. Candidates must also possess the ability to communicate in a timely manner and communicate effectively through written documentation in clinical record, orally with treatment team members, communicate changes in health status to physician and NP as appropriate, and maintain client confidentiality. Other responsibilities include accurately completing the discharge process for the Nursing Department including counting, packaging, and delivering ordered discharge medications to the front desk area; effectively uses Emergency/Crisis response procedures; carries out appropriate Infection Control Procedures including adherence to OSHA standards.
Responsible for cleaning activities such as sweeping, mopping, dusting and polishing. Ensures all rooms are cared for and inspected according to industry standards. Protects equipment and makes sure there are no inadequacies. Adheres strictly to rules regarding health and safety and is aware of all company related practices.