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Certified Nurse Assistant CNA - Veterans Home

Long Island, NY 10001

Posted: 04/14/2024 Industry: Corrections Job Number: 12913

Job Description

Come join our team of outstanding healthcare professionals at a Veterans Home in New York!

Ro Health is currently looking to connect with Certified Nursing Assistant (CNAs) for positions at a Veterans Home within Long Island, NY. In addition to the Veterans Home near Jamaica, Ro Health is a preferred staffing partner for Correctional facilities, School Districts and Long Term Care facilities all over the state of New York. Take a look at the details below and let us know if this might be the right fit for you! For additional details about this or any other position, you can apply through Indeed and a knowledgeable Staffing Consultant will contact you.

CNA Benefits (for full-time employees):

  • Expand your skill set and try something new!
  • Medical, Vision, and Dental Insurance Plans
  • 8 days of PTO (paid time off) per year
  • Ability to work with the State
  • Vanguard 401k with 4% Employer Match
  • Overtime Available!

CNA Qualifications:

  • Unrestricted New York LPN License
  • 1 or more years of LPN Experience
  • Current BLS Card (either hybrid or in person)
  • Ability to pass a background check
  • Negative TB Test

CNA Details:

As a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), you will perform the following:

  • Change simple dressings as directed, gives enemas, douches, and irrigations as directed.
  • Apply abdominal "T" binders, hot water bottles, aqua "K" pads, ice bags, and coolers, and hot and cold compresses to patients as directed.
  • Assist patients in collecting urine and stool specimens.
  • Observe and record patients' quantitative food and fluid intake and waste output.
  • Take temperature, pulse rate, blood pressure and respiration rate.
  • Give therapeutic baths such as sitz and fever sponge baths.
  • Measure and record height and weight.
  • Inspect functioning oxygen therapy equipment including tents, masks, and cannulae to ensure appropriate functioning.
  • Recognize and report abnormal signs and symptoms of common diseases and conditions to clinical staff.
  • Apply splints, braces, slings and other self-help devices.
  • Operate a variety of specialized patient monitoring and treatment devices
  • Attend to patients' hygiene and daily living needs in order to maintain an atmosphere conducive to patient comfort and treatment. Examples include bathing and dressing patients, brushing teeth, and trimming nails
  • Collect and carry patients' laundry and dry cleaning and deliver objects to appropriate locations in the health care facility.
  • Receive patients' belongings and transport objects to safe storage, keeping appropriate records.
  • Feed patients requiring assistance.
  • Talk and listen to patients and respond by encouraging patients to cooperate and participate in treatment activities.
  • May transport patients and supplies on occasion.

Benefits of Working for Ro Health

Starting a new job can be overwhelming and stressful. You deserve to work with a company that is experienced, supportive, organized, and trustworthy. You also deserve a company that is willing to invest in you and provide great benefits. Led by management with nearly 20 years of healthcare staffing experience, Ro Health is a knowledgeable, caring, and supportive employer that advocates for your career advancement and provides great compensation and the industry's best benefits. We have very low recruiter turnover and our support staff is available 24/7. You'll get one point of contact and we promise you'll never talk with a call center! Ro Health provides the personal touch of a small agency that is dedicated to creating a best in class experience down to every last detail.

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