Under the supervision of professional nursing staff, administers nursing care to patients on Med/Surg-Peds. She/he has knowledge relative to the ages of patients served.
Provides emotional support for patients and families. Helps assess patient's needs, especially in areas of skin care, bowel and bladder control and the ability to perform Activities of Daily Living. Takes and records vital signs (temperature,pulse, respiration, and blood pressure in both arms). Takes and records height and weight. Measures patient's fluid and food intake and output.
Requirements: Must be licensed as a Montana Certified Nursing Assistant, minimum of one (1) year work experience as a Certified Nurse's Aide, or Nursing School Student.
Salary commensurate with up to 10 years experience. Revised 12/14/2018.
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Associated topics: licensed, licensed practical, licensed vocational, licensed vocational nurse, lvn lpn, nurse i, nurse lpn, practical nurse, practical nurse lpn, vocational nurse
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