Conroe Regional Medical Center - Conroe, TX Nurse Tech (CNA) - Medical/Surgical Shift: FT/Nights (12 hour shifts, 3 days a week, rotating weekends) Conroe Regional Medical Center
is being recognized as a comprehensive regional tertiary referral center after expanding to 360 beds, a staff of 1,200 with over 250 physicians on staff. Both the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and the Emergency Department are Level III services - providing higher levels of care that are not readily available in many regions between Dallas and Houston. The recently opened and expanded Intensive Care and Cardiac Care Units provide state-of-the-art technology and monitoring for as many as 36 patients at a time. The objective of Conroe Regional Medical Center remains the same - to serve the people in the community who come to us for their healthcare needs. The focus continues to expand as we offer the entire region a convenient, quality location filled with educated, professional staff who can provide expert care using technologically advanced techniques and equipment right in their own backyard. Conroe Regional Medical Center
is currently looking for a Nurse Tech (CNA) - Medical/Surgical. Responsibilities:
- Under the general direction of the Unit Supervisor and the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse and a Licensed Vocational Nurse for the Medical/Surgical Unit, the Nursing Assistant provides a variety of patient care activities and accommodative services to the adolescent, young adult, middle adult, and older adult patients admitted for medical/surgical/ problems.
- The Nursing Assistant supports the medical care of patients under the direction of the Medical Staff and a Registered Nurse or Licensed Vocational Nurse pursuant to the mission and objectives of the hospital.
- The Nursing Assistant will appropriately communicate with physicians, co-workers, volunteers, other hospital departments, and patient family members according to the standards of behavior.
- The Nursing Assistant must be able to assess his/her learning needs to enhance personal and professional development.
- The Nursing Assistant will increase knowledge and skills related to patient care by attending workshops, formal classes, seminars and inservices.
- Actual duties and responsibilities may vary depending on assigned area and shift.
- Completion of Nurse Aid Program
- Certification with the State of Texas required
- Current BCLS course completion (American Heart Association Health Care Provider required).
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