Note: This is a dual-unit appointment between the Adult Medical Observation Unit and the Surgical Observation Unit. The Home unit will be the Adult Medical Observation Unit.
Under direct supervision from a registered nurse or other designated supervisor, provides direct patient care or miscellaneous technical support by performing delegated procedures of a specialized and technical nature, which may include obtaining hemodynamic measurements, setting up and maintaining specialized clinical equipment and performing delegated clinical or laboratory procedures, changing dressings, and assisting with admitting and discharge procedures. Assists with more complex procedures, including venous blood draws and collecting blood from alternate access lines and complex diagnostic testing. Recommends changes in patient care activities to improve the quality of patient care services. Under FLSA, incumbents in this position are nonexempt.
Minimum 1 year recent experience as a nurse aide/tech in a hospital setting or Minimum 2 years recent experience as a nurse aide/tech in a nursing home or similar setting or Junior standing in an accredited Nursing Program. Demonstrate positive and effective interpersonal and problem-solving skills. Must be able to perform a wide range of physical activities which include moving, transporting and positioning patients and equipment as well as constantly positioning self to provide patient care and related duties.
Hours per week 32 Hours: evening shift Location: This is a dual-unit appointment between the Medical Short Stay Units and the Surgical Short Stay Unit. The Home unit will be the Medical Short Stay Units.
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