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CNAA in Munster, IN at Community Healthcare System

Date Posted: 5/19/2019

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-time · Days/Evenings · 1.0 NICU; 3p-11:30p duringweek; 7a-7:30p e/o wkend & holiday· 80
  • Location:
    Munster, IN
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    5/19/2019
  • Job ID:
    24683

Job Description

Job ID:  24683

Category:    Nursing Services

Facility:    Community Hospital • Neuroscience Critical Care

Schedule:    Full-time • Days/Evenings • 1.0 NICU; 3p-11:30p duringweek; 7a-7:30p e/o wkend & holiday • 80

Location:  Munster,  IN

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent Required


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    Nurse Assistant Administrative (Nurse Assistant plus Unit Secretary as needed)
    REIMBURSEMENT FOR RECENT CNA TRAINING CLASS AVAILABLE
    SIGN ON INCENTIVE AVAILABLE
     
    SCOPE OF CARE:
     
    The Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit is a 12-bed multidisciplinary 24-hour unit located on the second floor of the hospital. Patients over the age of twelve can be admitted to this unit. The most common types of patients admitted to NSCCU include patients with: cranial surgery, neuro assessments greater than every 2 hours, acute onset seizure activity, potentially life threatening intracranial lesions, acute hypertensive crisis, acute intracranial hemorrhage, post traumatic brain injury, spine injuries/lesions or spine surgical patients, EVD drains, ICP monitoring, triple H therapy, new onset stroke, TPA and acute exacerbation of neuromuscular disorders, disease, acute respiratory failure, acute and chronic renal failure, drug overdoses, cardio-pulmonary arrests, multi system failure, sepsis, and high risk post-operative patients.
     
     

    POSITION PURPOSE AND SUMMARY:

     
    After the patient's plan of care has been determined by the team leader (RN), the Nursing Assistant performs various designated patient care activities necessary in caring for the personal needs, comfort and safety of the patient in accordance with Hospital Policy and Nursing Service Standards. Performs general clerical duties and patient centered activities in a hospital nursing unit.
     
    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
     
    High School graduation or equivalency. One year direct patient care experience with successful completion of competency exam, completion of one semester of clinicals in nursing program or related experience and/or training, or completion of nursing assistant certification required. CPR certification recommended. Supplemental commercial school/college courses in typing, computer technology, and medical terminology are desirable. Completes annual skill validations as well as safety and infection control procedures. Completion of hospital's order entry training program required.
     
    Internal Posting Period: 4/22/19 – 4/28/19
     

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