- Turned bedridden patients to avoid bedsores.
- Kept patient information confidential to protect
- Provided information, such as directions, visiting hours and
patient status information to visitors and callers.
- Adjusted oxygen levels to verify patient comfort.
Lifted and assisted others to lift patients to move them on
and off beds, examination tables, surgical tables and
- Prepared and served food trays.
- Communicated with patients to ascertain feelings and
needed for assistance and social and emotional support.
- Utilized wheelchairs and moveable beds to transport patients to treatment units and operating rooms.
- Cleaned and sanitized patient rooms and examination
- Collected specimens, such as urine, feces and sputum.
Observed and examined patients to detect symptoms that
required medical attention, such as bruises, open wounds
and blood in urine.
- Answered patient call signals, signal lights or bells to
determine patient needs.
The CNA program is quick, thorough, current and relevant with modules that offers great experience and gives opportunity to the students have career in the healthcare field in just a couple of months. This course is designed to train students to provide basic medical care for patients and help them learn to assist patients with their activities in daily living. Student will have a flexible learning through face to face class, return demonstration and online learning.
Work & Experience
*Answered call lights to provide emergency treatment and assistance to patients. *Interpreted and explained medical instructions to patients and family members. *Stocked patient rooms and supply areas to meet patient care needs. • Followed manufacturer's instructions when using selected equipment, accounting for patient's size, preexisting conditions and age. *Explained medical instructions to patients and family members. *Positioned or held patients in position for surgical preparation. *Applied clean dressings, slings and support bandages. *Lifted and assisted others to lift patients to move them on and off beds, examination tables, surgical tables and stretchers. *Adjusted oxygen levels to verify patient comfort. *Utilized wheelchairs and moveable beds to transport patients to treatment units and operating rooms. *Assisted nurses and physicians in operation of medical equipment and provision of patient care. *Collected blood samples and body fluids to prepare for diagnostic testing. *Provided information, such as directions, visiting hours and patient status information to visitors and callers. *Delivered direct care to patients, assisting with bathing, feeding and grooming tasks. *Prepared residents for meals and assisted with feedin