Hospice Certified Nursing Assistant - CNA
Heartland Hospice a part of HCR ManorCare that provides a range of services, including skilled nursing care, assisted living, post-acute medical and rehabilitation care, hospice care, home health care and rehabilitation therapy is currently looking for part-time or full-time Certified Nursing Assistants. We are growing and need your quality care and compassion to care for our hospice patients in their homes. We are flexible with schedules so please tell us what you desire, and we will see if we can work with it.
Certified Nursing Assistants provide basic nursing care to patients and residents within the scope of the nursing assistant responsibilities and performs basic nursing procedures under the direction of the licensed nurse supervisor.
We are looking for Nursing Assistants who would like to combine their love for people and strong work ethic with the opportunities to advance your career.
In return for your expertise, you will enjoy excellent training, industry-leading benefits for full-time and unlimited opportunities to learn and grow. Be a part of the team leading the nation in healthcare.
Interested candidates please apply online.4741 - Heartland Hospice - Serving Central Wisconsin
- Ability to accurately take and record temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure.
- Ability to accurately observe, report and document changes in the patient.
- Ability to recognize the needs of the patient and family.
- Ability to develop and maintain rapport with patients and families.
- Demonstrated ability to work with an interdisciplinary team
We are open to full-time or part-time schedules during the day and early evening. Tell us your schedule and we will see if we can work with it.
EducationLevel : Minimum of one year experience as a Hospice Aide, or is currently enrolled as a nursing student who has had a minimum of 6 months clinical experience, or has completed a Hospice Aide training program or a certified, state tested nursing assistant (or completion of PCA course in Florida), as allowable under state specific guidelines.