The Clinical Care Nursing Assistant provides care in the health care system within the scope of practice defined by regulatory standards and assures awareness of ethical standards of practice as defined by the ANA code of ethics. The CCNA assures safety in practice and is inclusive of the principles of evidence based practice by maintaining a realization of own individual level of knowledge and experience and assumes responsibility for his/her own professional advancement.
Responsible for identifying and relaying patient safety issues, hazardous environments (i.e. damaged floors/walls/ceiling tiles/unsecured areas) or other pertinent patient information to the staff nurse. Responsible for knowledge of the patient population served. Communicate effectively and collaborate with all patient care providers, patients and visitors.
The CCNA is an individual practitioner and interdisciplinary team member integrating all aspects of the provision of care and individualizes the plan of care to address a specific patient's needs. Responsible for other essential duties as required.
Nursing student with a grade point average of 3.0 or better with one year of clinical experience
Nursing student with a grade point average of 3.0 or better with one year of clinical experience. Highly motivated confident student that will work with minimal supervision, with little direction and an interest to work in a hospital setting.
Required to work 1 winter holiday and 1 summer holiday. 3-11 and 11-7 shift preferences must be available for a min. shift of 4 hours. Max. 20 hours per week unless on break from school. BLS required.