Burk 1 is a long-term care unit with 17 beds, where residents permanently reside. Most of the residents on this unit are alert and oriented, but require assistance with care for chronic and acute illnesses. Additionally, Burk 1 is home to chronic trach patients. The unit boasts many types of beds, to fit the physical needs of a variety of patients. Because Burk 1 is considered home to many patients, it is animal friendly and has a house cat. Staff members in Burk 1 work as a team, each member must be compassionate, motivated and dedicated to helping others in need.
Provides safe, age-appropriate patient care, assisting with Activities of Daily Living while maintaining a safe and clean environment.
Requirments: Entry level knowledge; basic employment skills; High School diploma or GED equivalent; C-GNA licensure, CPR/First Aide; Communication devices, Synquest and basic computer skills, Hoyer lift and specialty beds, Basic medical equipment (scale, thermometer, etc.). Experienced GNA needed with long term care experience. Good customer service skills required. Less than one year of experience.