North Suburban Medical Center
North Suburban Medical Center in Thornton, Colorado. Just 10 minutes north of Denver.
North Suburban Medical Center has established a reputation as a facility responsive to patient and community expectations. Our mission, vision, and values were developed as guides so that we continuously understand and respond to our patient and community expectations. We are committed to Patient Safety.
Our Mission: To Serve. To Heal.
To Care. Our Values: North Suburban's core values are designed to guide our organization in its commitment to serve, to heal and to care for you.
We believe safety and quality of care are the keystones of our work. We treat each other and our patients with compassion and respect. We are honest and ethical in all we say and do.
We demonstrate our commitment to excellence by persistently exploring growth and improvement opportunities. We exceed the expectations of our patients, families and the community. We accomplish our mission and vision through collaboration and teamwork. Our team of physicians, nurses, therapists, technologists, pharmacists, residents, dietitians, and support staff is dedicated to ensuring patients receive the highest standard of patient care and comfort.
The Certified Nurses Assistant (CNA) will support the mission of NSMC by providing a comforting environment for patients and their families.
The CNA will assist in patient care under the supervision of an RN, and in accordance to the patient care standards. The CNA performs delegated duties consistent with his/her scope of practice and functions within the philosophy and overall plan of care at NSMC. The CNA must be certified, enjoy working with patients and families, have excellent interpersonal skills, and be able to take direction from staff.
They must have the capacity to foster a positive work environment, be professional and display positive support of NSMC as well as the entire HealthONE organization. The CNA cares for infants through geriatric patients.
Current Colorado certification as Nursing Assistant. Current BCLS certification.
B. Education: High School diploma or equivalent
C. Experience: 1-2 year's acute care experience desirable
Demonstrates good organizational skills. Performs procedures safely and
accurately within standards of practice. Displays appropriate judgement and problem solving skills.
Communicates positively and professionally with all internal and external customers. Maintains patient confidentiality.
401(k) with 100% Annual Match
Stock Purchase Plan
Paid Family Leave
Student Loan Assistant
Clinical Certifications Support
Scholarships for Dependents
Financial Wellness and Coaching
Education and College Advising