-Provides direct patient care under the guidance of the Registered Nurse or designated health care professional in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations and within the policies, procedures, guidelines of Mercy Health. -Provides basic patient care to include, but not limited to, care and comfort, record vital signs, personal care and hygiene, mobility and wound care, including unit based specialty duties. -Acts as liaison between patient and nurse to report changes or concerns to nurse. -Provides accurate, precise, timely documentation when applicable for patient care. -Uses professional, verbal and written communication skills at all times. -Provides high level customer service to all patients, patient's family, visitors and all employees.
Mercy Health is sponsoring an STNA Training Program for individuals with a passion for healthcare. This is a 2-week program that includes classroom learning, as well as a hands-on clinical in a long-term care setting. The cost of tuition and testing will be covered, as well as hourly wages during training. There is a limited number of seats, so not all applicants will receive a phone call. Please note that we will have additional trainings in the future. Minimum Requirements o High School diploma or equivalent o At least 18 years of age o Dependability, compassion, and energetic
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