Patient Care Unit Assistant - Surgical Trauma Intensive Care Unit
Job SummaryResponsible and accountable for performing a wide range of clerical duties and direct patient care activities, depending on the need of the unit. The performance of these tasks in an efficient and timely manner is essential to enhance the care team's ability to provide quality care. Meets the qualifications to provide care for patients in the specific age range in their assigned clinical area.Job DutiesProvides patient care as directed by the licensed nurse, within the nursing assistant scope of practice, in meeting the multidisciplinary care plan established for each patient.Identifies, observes and documents the physical needs of the patient according to established standards.Reports changes in patient condition to licensed perso
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