A highly motivated, detail-oriented, and conscientious professional with a strong background in medical terminology, and the ability to work well under pressure and able to prioritize workloads with little or no supervision.
cna, patient, vital signs, patient care, health care, medical
Performed daily operations of the analysis of patient specimens, including processing and shipping of laboratory specimens. Performed routine testing on the analyzers.
Perform bleeding-times tests by entering results to the computer; notifying pathologist of results falling outside normal ranges.
Performed routine maintenance on the blood donor Center, including phlebotomy and electrocardiogram. Obtains blood samples from patients and other areas of the blood group.
Perform blood draws, finger sticks, heel sticks, and other tests as ordered by physician. Performs all duties as assigned.
Collected blood specimens from patients, performed venipuncture, and administered injections. Maintained inventory of supplies. Stocked exam rooms with necessary supplies.
Maintained safe, secure, and healthy work environment by following standards and procedures; complying with legal regulations. Performed phlebotomy functions to include blood collection, venipuncture, finger sticks, heel sticks, and other medical procedures
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
Communicated with patient care team and medical staff regarding patient status and health care needs. Maintained a clean and safe environment.
Performs basic CNA duties such as taking vital signs, measuring intake and output, and administering medication. Monitored and recorded temperature, pulse and respiration.
Assisted with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and toileting. Performed range of motion exercises and assisted patients with ambulation.
Performed light housekeeping duties, such as cleaning, washing clothes and dishes, and running errands. Transported patients to other areas of the hospital in wheelchairs and gurneys.
Serves and protects the hospital community by adhering to professional standards, hospital policies and procedures, federal, state, and local requirements, and JCAHO standards.
Working with the elderly and disabled patients who are unable to do so.. (i.P., bathing, dressing, etc.