ICU-29 bed unit, daily interdisciplinary rounds with unit medical, neuro and surgical intensivists; patient ratio of 1:2, 12 hour shifts with rotating weekends. Unified by the core purpose of creating a healthier community one person at a time, the members of the Division of Patient Care Services commit themselves to sustaining a culture focused on achieving optimal patient outcomes. Each employee is obligated to deliver highly reliable care while adhering to all National Patient Safety Goals. This occurs within a learning environment that is supportive and just, where each employee is valued for their contribution to collective safety of patients, staff, and visitors. Of equal importance is each employee's commitment to the value of teamwork in order to promote a unified and spirited workplace.
Provides safe, age-appropriate patient care, assisting with activities of daily living while maintaining a safe and clean environment.
Requirements: Formal working knowledge; equivalent to an Associate's degree (2 years college); requires knowledge of a specialized field; Two (2) years post high school training or equivalent experience in a position noted below. Six (6) months or more recent experience as an Emergency Medical Technician, Critical Care Technician, or Medical Corpsman; GNA / CNA Licensure, Hospital orientation/training program, American Heart Association CPR Health Care Provider or Professional Rescuer. Basic computer skills, Communication devices, Interpersonal/communication/organizational skills. Less than one year of experience.
Add Pre-Qual Questions: 1. Do you have American Heart Association CPR? 2. Do you have a Maryland CNA Certification?