CERTIFIED NURSES AIDES needed in or around the Grand Rapids area. Assist elderly or disabled clients in the comfort of their own homes with the following:
Measuring and charting vital signs: temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure.
Measuring and recording height and weight.
Assisting with ambulation and range of motion exercises.
Assisting with routine bowel and bladder care.
Keeping track of fluid intake and output.
Providing personal care and assistance, including bathing, dressing, grooming and feeding.
Observing and reporting any changes in health or mental status immediately.
Keeping patients comfortable, assessing and reporting any signs of pain.
Providing emotional support to patients and their families.
Assisting with transfers and ambulation to and from bed, the bathroom, the dining room and other locations.
Using safety devices and infection control precautions to prevent injury and the spread of germs.
Initiating life saving measures, such as CPR, if needed.
Evacuating residents in an emergency, according to fire and evacuation policies.
Preparing meals for patients in their homes.
Feeding patients who cannot feed themselves.
Documenting food and fluid intake.
Transporting non-acute patients for testing within a facility or to a new unit.
Escorting discharged patients to their vehicle.
Delivering supplies, specimens and blood.
Transporting patients from home to work or to doctor’s appointments..
CNA's may also be required to attend to our clients with the following:
Assistance with non-medical, daily living activities such as dressing, personal hygiene,accompany to appointments or social activities, light housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, paperwork, chores.
Flexible hours; full time, part time, and live-in opportunities available. competitive wages, advancement