CNA Training Program - Monroe County
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The Rochester Regional Health CNA training program is a FREE, fiveweek program that allows interested candidates the opportunity to train for a career while working as a unit assistant at one of our long-term care nursing and/or rehabilitation centers.
CNA training includes:
Opportunity to learn through classroom instruction, hands-on and clinical experiences
Instructor with extensive experience in both nursing and education
Employment opportunities with Rochester Regional Health
Competitive salary & benefits that begin on date of hire
Leadership & Advancement Opportunities
Employee Referral Program
Join our exceptional team at Hill Haven and be greater than you imagined!
Hill Haven is a 288-bed skilled nursing facility. We strive to help our patients and residents reach their greatest level of physical functioning and emotional well-being.
As a Unit Assistant, your attention to detail and excellent customer service makes you standout as a care coordinator and information resource to patients, visitors, physicians and other Rochester Regional personnel.
STATUS: Per Diem
LOCATION: Hill Haven
DEPARTMENT: Long Term Care
SCHEDULE: As Scheduled
Excellent interpersonal communication skills, including telephone etiquette
Sound judgment, organizational skills and ability to prioritize
Detail- and service-oriented
Daily Administration & Maintenance. Assist nurse in obtaining complete information on requisitions or consults; notify nurse and other departments regarding pertinent information (e.g., infection control or other precautions, allergies or similar information); participate in the orientation of new personnel to the unit; maintain office/forms/supply inventory as needed
Patient Care. Coordinate patient/resident care activities on the unit, including admission, discharge, tests and procedures; serve as an informational resource; provide a safe and clean environment in resident rooms; assist with implementation of residents’ care plan as needed
Documentation. Prepare/audit medical records to ensure appropriate forms are completed for patient surgery and/or special procedures