RNA (Restorative Nursing Assistant)

  • Location:

    Portola Valley, CA 94028

  • Category:

    RNA

  • Type:

    Per Diem

  • Pay Rate:

    DOE

  • Contact:

    Cortney Reese

  • ID:

    1165

  • Published:

    22 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2020-01-09

  • Start Date:

    1/1/2020

  • Consultant:

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Power Personnel is a leading Bay Area diversity health care staffing agency. Our company started and has continued for 25 years as a woman-owned and minority-owned company. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workplace and inclusive culture. Our structured interview process is designed to eliminate bias and focus on key competencies in order to evaluate applicants based on their overall qualifications and skills. Every applicant receives consideration regardless of age, race, color, religion, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or national origin. Our mission is to help our clients succeed by providing a talented workforce of diverse and highly-skilled healthcare professionals. Come join our engaged, creative, and innovative team! Apply now. 

 

Shown below is the restorative nursing assistant job description. It consists of the important duties, tasks, and responsibilities for the position.

  • Maintain records of patients’ health condition; monitor their daily progress, landmarks and shortfalls. This is important to identify routines and techniques that are most effective to patients
  • Inform nurses of developments in patients’ health
  • Team up with nurses in making adjustments to patient’s treatment technique or in developing new treatment techniques for patients from scratch
  • Aide patients’ mobility by taking them from one place to another. In doing this, ensure that the environment is safe and void of anything that could cause harm to patients as they move around. The vicinity must be made safe in every possible way, including keeping sharp objects and toxic materials away from the location
  • Interact closely with patients to bond with them; pay attention to their needs and body language or sign to decode what patients may be trying to say in cases where they cannot verbally express themselves due to the state of their health condition
  • Ensure that patients’ needs are dully met as this could affect their response to treatment and general well-being
  • Provide full emotional support system for patients’ rehabilitation process
  • Interact with patients’ family members and loved ones in order to have a better understanding of patients’ likes and dislikes and to apply it in their treatment plan to achieve positive results
  • Encourage patients’ loved ones to spend time with them as this could lift their mood, giving them a positive mindset about their recovery