Top Licensed Nursing Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Licensed Nursing Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Licensed Nursing Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 10.4% of Licensed Nursing Assistant resumes contained ADL as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Licensed Nursing Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Licensed Nursing Assistant resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. ADL

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Here's how ADL is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted residents with ADL's and performed tasks within my scope of practice under the supervision of a charged nurse.
  • Facilitate clients with ADL's, cleaning, cooking, transportation, shopping, anything that the client needed.
  • Assisted all patients, requiring total and partial care, with ADL's, and answered call bells quickly.
  • Documented specific information on the patient's ADL record and patient education on the computerized patient education template.
  • Provided proper documentation of all ADL's, I&O's and any other services provided.
  • Assist patients with ADL's, medication pouring, reminder, administration according to physicians orders.
  • Record ADL's in proper form, and giving report to other aids coming onto the floor
  • Helped clients with their ADL's along with meals along with assisting putting them to bed
  • Direct patient care, serving breakfast and lunch, toileting, ambulation and ADL's.
  • Assist children in classroom with school activities, feeding, therapy, and ADL's.
  • Assisted participants with range of motion, pain management, and daily ADL's.
  • Perform ADL, Hospice Services (in-home), and Foot Clinics for elderly.
  • Provided assistance with ADL's as requested by the residents while following care plan.
  • Maintained an office space, and handled Pharmacy orders within a 30 minute deadline.
  • Assist with ADL's, toileting, feeding, bathing and daily activities.
  • Give respectful assistance to residents in performing activities of daily living (ADL)
  • Assisted residents with their ADLS* Assisted residents with meals* Assisted residents with programs
  • Assist residents in assisted living with ADL's and all duties assigned.
  • Maintained all ADL's (activities of daily living) of residents.
  • Provided ADL's and palliative/hospice care to patients in their homes.

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2. LNA

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Here's how LNA is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Mentored other LNA's* Geriatric Nursing Assistant Specialist* Team Leader
  • Provide detailed care and assistance with activities of daily living to assisted living and skilled nursing facility residents as an LNA.
  • Worked per LNA practice guidelines in all aspects of care at facility: assisted living; skilled nursing and rehabilitation
  • Worked as a Rehab Technician III/ LNA in acute care hospital setting under the supervision of a Registered Nurse.
  • Worked as LNA in Hospice care both in medical setting and in home as well as in medical centers.
  • Designed layout for a common source inductively degenerated LNA using IBM7RF process, with DRC clean and LVS match.
  • Design of CMOS LNA (Low Noise Amplifier) in receiver end for a mobile base station was done.
  • Provide quality LNA training to students by classroom teaching of theory and supervision of trainees during clinical training.
  • Followed scope of practice for LNA as set forth by the state of New Hampshire and corporate headquarters.
  • Worked on Fitch/Oncology unit providing optimal patient care to all age levels within the scope of LNA practice.
  • Helped structure the role and position of a Mental Health Tech/ LNA for what it is today.
  • Monitor mental health and suicidal patients for their safety, perform LNA duties as needed and asked.
  • Provide care within the LNA Scope of Practice to clients, within the comfort if their homes.
  • Float Pool LNA; I worked in all departments of the hospital as a certified nursing assistant.
  • Worked as an LNA in a floating position for skilled, long term and assisted living.
  • Provided LNA and homemaking services to clients and families who were limited in their independent abilities.
  • Performed a variety of direct patient care activities which fall within the scope of LNA practice.
  • Moved from LNA to LNA II being able to perform other duties required for my job.
  • Provided management of LNA program including teaching, curriculum management, and support of staff.
  • Worked as an LNA in the outpatient cancer clinic in the Norris Cotton Cancer Center.

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3. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Worked within a residential nursing facility providing basic patient care under direction of Registered Nursing staff.
  • Provided direct patient care to adults/adolescent patients with a diagnosis of acute and chronic psychiatric disorders.
  • Participated in rounding with physicians, worked under direct supervision in management of inpatient care.
  • Performed direct patient care aimed at increasing physical and psychological comfort.
  • Provided direct patient care activates appropriate to training and competency.
  • Conduct meeting with interdisciplinary team daily regarding patient care.
  • Collaborated with other nursing and physicians for patient care
  • Work with patients in various settings-Flexibility to work in group home to long term care settings-coordinate Patient Care with multiple staff members
  • Participate and carry out the Plan of Care Assessment using critical thinking, Charting, Total Patient Care, Seizure monitoring.
  • Provide strong contributions as a key member of quality patient care designed to create partnerships, improve care and reduce costs.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment, and maintained patient flow Skillfully perform suture removals for patients of all ages.
  • Work closely with the Medical Director and administrator to ensure adequate patient care accordingly to the office of long term care.
  • Assist MD as well as LVN in ensuring optimal patient care and smooth daily functioning of front and back office.
  • Assisted Clinical Manager to process MD orders, f/u on patient care and ensure patients electronic medical charts are accurate.
  • Direct patient care, activities of daily living* Daily medical record keeping* Fast paced, multitasking, team oriented atmosphere
  • Assisted in communication and coordination of patient care with family members, care plan team, and allied disciplines
  • Licensed nurse's assistant was in charge of total patient care for 8 to 10 residents per day.
  • Monitored clinical staff and training and implemented new procedures for patient care and clinical flow when necessary.
  • Experience in working in a facility setting*One on one patient care*Patient family interaction11/2013 to 02/2014Special Skills and training
  • Worked under the supervision of nurses and physicians to address the most fundamental elements of patient care.

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4. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Preserve patient dignity and minimize discomfort while providing personal care.
  • Assisted residents with daily activities and personal care
  • Provided personal care and assistance with bathing, dressing, feeding, and mobility in facility that served over 120 residents.
  • Conversed with residents on a personal level for various reasons such as problem solving, comfort assistance and personal care requests.
  • Assisted patients of all ages with disabilities and chronic illness, personal care, skin care, dressing, etc.
  • Assisted with activities of daily living, personal care, feeding, social activities and transfers of long-term care residents.
  • Provided personal care of residents, and records of daily data of residents, and light cleaning.
  • Provide personal care and assistance with activities of daily living for multiple residents in the facility.
  • Care for residents by changing bed linens, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Help with personal care, working as a team player in a positive, loving environment.
  • Assisted with mobility, personal care, errands, hygiene and one on one private duty.
  • Observe residents frequently during assigned shifts to ensure all personal care needs are being met.
  • Assisted in the personal care and safety of residents as required by their care plan.
  • Assist patients in rehabilitation, daily personal care, range of motion of patients.
  • Engaged in personal care, errands, appointments, and exercises (ROM).
  • Care for patients by washing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with personal care.
  • Assist in providing medical treatments and personal care to patients in private home settings.
  • Provide personal care, assist with ambulation, turning patients, helping with daily activities
  • Provide transportation, personal care, as well as medical and general assistance.
  • Provided personal care to patients in a rehabilitation and long term care setting.

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5. Assistive Devices

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Here's how Assistive Devices is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Helped ambulated with assistive devices.
  • Assisted residents with activities of daily living including help with meals, bathing, dressing and transferring using assistive devices.
  • Call light and assistive devices are within reach at all times.
  • Cross trained on the types and use of uncommon assistive devices
  • Assisted resident/clients with dressing, undressing and application and care of assistive devices, prostheses and resident/client-related equipment.
  • Participated in developing a restorative ambulation program with a knowledge of a variety of assistive devices.

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6. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Take and records temperature, pulse, respiration, weight, height, blood pressure, O2 stats and intake-output.
  • Included but not limited to: read and record, blood pressure, temperature, pulse and respiration.
  • Recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respiration rates, intake and output as directed.
  • Conducted medical procedures including ear lavage, injections, wound care, and blood pressure checks.
  • Obtain and record resident's blood pressure, temperature, pulse, respiration and weight.
  • Record vitals daily including Height, weight, blood pressure, pulse, and temperature.
  • Assisted doctors and nurses with blood pressures, wound care and checking oxygen levels.
  • Monitored patient's respiration activity, body temperature, pulse rate and blood pressure.
  • Take temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure as indicated by the Nurse.
  • Communicated blood pressures, temperatures, and other pertinent information to the nurses.
  • Took/recorded vitals; height, weight, temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Take and record blood pressure, pulse, respiration, and oxygen saturation.
  • Blood pressure, pulse ox, respiration's, temperatures, etc.
  • Read and record temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure.
  • Logged daily blood pressure, temperature, and food intake logs.
  • Check patients' pulse, blood pressure and respiration.
  • Assisted patient in preparation for medical services Administered vitals; blood pressure, pulse, temperature, height/weight and recorded results
  • Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD and asthma.Took and recorded patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Check weight, height, BMI, blood pressure, respirations, temperature, oxygen saturation and pulse rate.
  • Chart TPRs, blood pressures and blood glucose as required.

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7. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Provided residents care in long-term care facilities including monitoring and documenting vital signs, and effectively engaged in good teamwork.
  • Visited patients in their homes and evaluated their vital signs in addition to administering physical therapy exercises.
  • Provided initial patient history and documentation of vital signs.
  • Provided assistance with diabetic monitoring and monitoring vital signs.
  • Care included elimination, vital signs, and ambulatory assistance
  • Take vital signs of the residents including blood pressure, pulse, temperature, pain level, respiration, and O2 saturation
  • General care of patients, prepping patients for surgery, taking out IV's and catheters, and taking vital signs.
  • Called patients to their assigned rooms, filled their Chief Complaints, took vital signs, and monitored their growth charts.
  • Observe and report information as well as many other tasks such as taking vital signs, blood pressure, and pulse.
  • Communicate with patients; provide competent assistance with ADL's, catheter care, and the accuracy of taking vital signs.
  • Conducted daily visits to clients in their homes and assisted with ADL's, monitored health conditions and vital signs.
  • Helped residents shower, use the restroom, get ready for the day/bed, and monitored vital signs and BCG.
  • Monitored intake and output, vital signs and blood sugars, and reported any changes immediately to the nurse.
  • Ensured patient safety, took and recorded vital signs, and coordinated patients' daily schedule and ADL's.
  • Care to include activities of daily living, range of motion exercises, mobility assistance and vital signs as needed
  • Monitored patient's respiration activity, blood pressure and blood glucose levels, as well as other vital signs.
  • Supported nurses by tracking patient vital signs, maintaining patient cleanliness, bathing patients and ensuring seamless care giving.
  • Check finger sticks for diabetics, ensure patient safety, take and record vital signs, and update charts.
  • Provide basic patient care, taking vital signs such as temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration.
  • Take vital signs, obtain specimens, observe and report information, as well as many other tasks.

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8. Dementia

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Here's how Dementia is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted elderly dementia patients with activities of daily living in an assisted living facility
  • Use of communication skills in redirecting residents with confusion or dementia related issues.
  • Assist residents with activities of daily living primarily in the dementia unit.
  • Worked on the long term unit with dementia and w/c bound patients.
  • Achieved Dementia Training, was crossed trained and traveled to different communities
  • Provided care to patients with multiple diagnoses including dementia.
  • Care of residents in the Skilled and Dementia unit.
  • Worked with elderly, disabled, and dementia patients.
  • Worked on there Dementia unit for two years.
  • Worked on Unit 4, and Unit 5(dementia unit), and floated when needed.
  • Care for Alzhiemers and Dementia residents and assist them with activities of daily living.
  • Core experience in dementia and long term care.
  • employed -Work with dementia and skilled residents to ensure their safety and wellbeing.

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9. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted the psychologist and psychiatrist in helping families learn behavior modification strategies in short-term in-patient developmental and behavioral program.
  • Assisted RN/LPN in Telemetry monitoring of overflow adult patients requiring cardiac monitoring.
  • Managed multiple caseloads and coordinated internal projects relating to client needs.
  • Work closely with Government personnel to determine training and schedule requirements.
  • Participated in implementation of patients care plans under RNA supervision.
  • Monitor and report irregular sleeping and behavior patterns among patients.
  • Recorded patient's medical history and assessed for new conditions/concerns.
  • Performed additional appropriate tasks as assigned by supervising LPN/RN.
  • Investigate patient grievances related to any medical concerns.
  • Organized cooperative learning activities through group and community projects
  • Provided care for patients as an agency nursing assistant in various area nursing homes, as an LPN and an RN.
  • Schedule entertainment; create a monthly calendar with hourly activities, planned memory skills, physical games and morning exercises.
  • Provided nursing care to medical surgical patients under RN supervision Ensured the safety and well-being of the patients is maintained.
  • Concord Hospital Pleasant street Concord NH 4/06 -12/07 Assisted RN's in care of adults in ICU step down united.
  • Reported any abnormal observations, symptoms, deviations and changes in patient's condition to RN and documented into EPIC.
  • Ensured new residents had necessary documentation in place, to include but not limited to the durable power of attorney.
  • Provided care for individuals from infants to adults who have experience traumatic brain injuries or were born with developmental disabilities.
  • Learned my basic LNA skills of adult daily living, and helped provide and reassure the safety of patients.
  • Experience in rehabilitation centers, Elliot Hospital, Concord Hospital and several long-term care facilities in Southern New Hampshire.
  • Work independently as well as a team player to fulfill assignment(s) given by RN or LPN.

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10. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Obtained specimen, weights, vital signs, blood sugar, feeding tube, EKG, and telemetry of patients.
  • Responded to Critical Assessment Team stat calls to preform EKG's and report to Doctors and Nurses on the results.
  • Perform EKG's, PFT's, DOT physicals, sports physicals and monitor vitals during Nuclear stress test.
  • Aided patients with morning care and transfers; Assisted with bladder scans and EKG's; Took vital signs
  • Monitor and assess vital signs, perform blood draws, EKG's, and conduct bladder scans.
  • Ordered Labs, EKG s and X-rays as instructed by the Doctors and nursing staff.
  • Performed capillary glucose monitoring and EKG's under direct supervision of the RN.
  • Trained and performed EKG's, trained and conducted patient care groups.
  • Performed blood pressure, temperature, O2, glucose EKG's.
  • Fax, scan and coping of records as needed2011-2012Training/EducationEKG, 2013
  • Perform EKG on the patient per physician order.
  • Performed 12-Lead EKG's on patients as directed.
  • Performed 12-lead Electrocardiograms (EKG) as directed.
  • Performed blood draws and assisted with EKG.
  • Performed EKG's on cardiac patients.
  • Monitored telemetry and performing EKG's.
  • Prepare and administer children's immunizations, perform minor lab tests, EKG, non-stress tests and glycolic acid peels.
  • Assist with vital signs, EKG's, wound -care and all other duties as needed * Assist with distributing meals
  • Assisted in patient care this included taking vital signs, EKG's, blood draws and glucometer readings.
  • Completed phlebotomy, EKG, and basic EKG interpretation to advance to a level 2 LNA.

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11. Alzheimer

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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's, assisted patients with healing and recovery after surgery.
  • Assigned to Cottage Memory Care working directly with Alzheimer/Dementia residents.
  • Support residents in Alzheimer and rehabilitation units.
  • Function as an advanced LNA on a 52-bed, restraint-free Alzheimer's and Dementia Unit and a 23-bed Skilled Unit.
  • Help residents with ADLS, restorative programs, work with Alzheimer's and dementia patients, meals, etc.
  • Provided patient care to a variety of needs including; Alzheimer's, Skilled Unit, and ambulatory care.
  • Provided basic care and assisted nursing team with the elderly and Alzheimer's patients within the long-term care setting
  • Provided care for residents with diagnoses of dementia, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer's disease, and diabetes.
  • Attended in services to enhance knowledge and performance of caring for residence with Alzheimer's and dementia.
  • Provide safe and comfort care to the patients and residents with memory impairments in Alzheimer unit.
  • Worked in the specialty Alzheimer's Unit providing compassionate patient care and assisted with ADL's.
  • Worked with long term care patients as well as a dementia and Alzheimer's patients.
  • Provide emotional support to residents with dementia and Alzheimer's disease and redirection as needed.
  • Cared for patients with a variety of needs from rehabilitation to Alzheimer's care.
  • Worked in the rehab unit, long-term care unit, and Alzheimer/Dementia unit.
  • Maintained a schedule for 65 residents providing specialized care in dementia and Alzheimer.
  • Performed direct care for residents suffering from Alzheimer's in a nursing home setting
  • Work closely with Alzheimer's and dementia patients; provide supportive hospice care.
  • Direct Care to patients including Alzheimer's locked unit, support to family.
  • Stationed on Young Adult/Special Needs Unit, then transferred to Alzheimer's Unit.

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12. Hospice

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Here's how Hospice is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Administered dignified and compassionate hospice care to patients in facilities statewide.
  • Implemented hospice services for terminally ill residents.
  • Provided personal, medical, and hospice care to clients in their homes, and to nursing homes.
  • Provided the patients with care in nursing homes, home and hospice house.
  • Communicate well with the home health agencies and hospice agencies which follow residents.
  • Hired as LVN field nurse for hospice care in home and facilities.
  • Worked with families, hospice and coordinated outside medical visits as needed.
  • Coordinate with DME to deliver/pick up any equipment needed for Hospice patients.
  • Facilitate referrals for needed services such as home health and hospice.
  • Worked directly with Hospice assisting with End of Life Care Programs.
  • Provided care to hospice clients in their homes or facility.
  • Pain management on Hospice unit and responsible for narcotic counts.
  • Provide comfort and support to hospice patients and families.
  • Reported to the registered hospice nurse and case manager.
  • End of life care as on Hospice regimen.
  • Provided patient comfort and care during hospice assignments.
  • Worked on hospice floor in nursing home.
  • Provided end of life; hospice care.
  • Cared for hospice patients until death.
  • Provide hospice and palliative care.

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13. LPN

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Here's how LPN is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted LPN with any needed care regarding assigned patients.
  • Assist LPN in treatment procedures Provide postmortem care.
  • Direct support to RN or LPN.
  • Assisted LPN in the healthcare of the children under strict doctor's orders
  • Worked both as an LPN and Nursing Assistant on a Urology Unit.
  • reposition following care plan Report any changes in residents status to LPN.
  • Assisted school LPN conduct the Kickin' Asthma Program.

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14. Daily Living Activities

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Here's how Daily Living Activities is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Provided care for patients/residents and assisted with daily living activities; distributed medications and followed company, state and federal guidelines.
  • Assisted residents of varying ability with daily living activities.
  • Assisted elderly and disabled adults with daily living activities at the person's home under the direction of nursing staff.
  • Act as client advocate, companion, assist with daily living activities, encourage with exercise and active behavior.
  • Assisted elderly, disabled adults and children with daily living activities in an acute psychiatric hospital setting.
  • Worked with a child who is nonverbal and autistic, helped child perform daily living activities.
  • Assisted residents with daily living activities, emotional and social support, and physical activities.
  • Assisted in Daily living activities with those who has physical disabilities or in abilities.
  • Provided over 100 residents with complete care and assisted them with daily living activities.
  • Facilitated residents' daily living activities including but not limited to bathing and feeding.
  • Assist with daily living activities such as bathing, eating, and ambulation.
  • Provide personal and assistant residents with daily living activities throughout the shifts.
  • Help client complete daily living activities.
  • Assist residents in their daily living activities Responsible with basic patient monitoring such as vitals, blood sugars, etc.
  • Assisted with daily living activities, administered medications and shots and care for ileostomy.
  • Cared for elderly and homebound patients Assisted with daily living activities Maintained accurate procedure logs Ensured personal hygiene standards

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15. Charge Nurse

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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Follow the rules and regulations that govern your job and scoop of practice under the supervision of charge nurse or supervisor.
  • Completed physical checks and monitored patients to detect unusual or harmful behavior and reported observations to charge nurse.
  • Help people with ADLS and serve meals clean tables, also did vitals and reported to charge nurse.
  • Enriched patient care by evaluating health changes and reporting any changes promptly to the charge nurse.
  • Charge Nurse of a forty bed unit with three or more co-workers under my direction.
  • Performed various tasks independently and within a group, as were assigned by charge nurse.
  • Worked directly with a charge nurse to ensure every resident received the proper care.
  • Analyzed previous shift-end reports for accuracy and escalated any discrepancy to the Charge Nurse.
  • Report any changes in body function that must be reported to the Charge Nurse.
  • Charge nurse assist residents in daily activities not limited to dressing bathing etc.
  • Report to Charge Nurse and new or different changes in the patient.
  • Assist charge nurse with monthly reports, and maintaining chronic care logs.
  • Advanced from nursing assistant to charge nurse on long term care unit.
  • Report any changes in the resident's condition to the charge nurse.
  • Employed as staff/charge nurse on Medical-Surgical Unit, Oncology and ICU-CCU.
  • Work under direction of Charge Nurses for accurate assessment and documentation.
  • Worked under charge nurse supervision and assisted in their care.
  • Performed LNA duties assigned to me from the charge nurse.
  • Assisted charge nurse with giving enemas to patients when needed.
  • Worked throughout Vermont and New Hampshire, under charge nurse.

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16. Rehab

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Here's how Rehab is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Provided medical assistance and performed duties as a licensed nursing assistant at local nursing home and rehabilitation centers.
  • Worked closely with physical and occupational therapy to assist residents in achieving rehabilitative and restorative goals.
  • Maintain personal and environmental safety standards for post care surgery and rehabilitation care.
  • Provide facility staffing coverage in various long term care and rehabilitation facilities.
  • Reassured and assisted patients with assistance or set up of rehabilitation equipment.
  • Coordinated intake of admissions from outside hospitals into the rehabilitation setting.
  • Provided assistance to residents with activities of daily living and rehabilitation.
  • Provide high-quality patient care within acute-care, hospice and rehabilitation.
  • Nurse manager over an 18 bed orthopedic rehabilitation unit.
  • Provided residents self-care assistance and restorative & rehabilitation care.
  • Work effectively with a multidisciplinary team to meet the needs of patients in a long term care and rehabilitation facility.
  • Work primarily on dementia unit, but I have significant experience working in our skilled/rehabilitation unit as well.
  • Provide high-quality patient care as a Per Diem Staff member within residential, rehabilitation, and nursing-home settings.
  • Work with long term residents, short term rehabilitation patients, post-op and end of life care.
  • Worked on the Nursing Home Unit first few years and then on the rehab unit more recently.
  • Assisted patients with healing and recovery after surgery with a focus on rehabilitation to rejoin the community.
  • Worked as a licensed nursing assistant, providing bedside care on medical/rehab, and residential floors.
  • Provide care and assistance for 8 to 12 rehabilitation, geriatric and pediatric residents per shift.
  • Provided nursing care for patients on New Vision program being medically detoxed for in/out patient rehab.
  • Worked as a licensed nursing assistant on rehab, residential floors, and dementia floors.

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17. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Position primarily responsible for medication administration and documentation.
  • Provided medication administration and treatments.
  • Performed assessments, responsible for medication administration, wound care treatment, documentation and aiding in the residents' ADL's.
  • Assured accurate, timely medication administration, accurate charting, vital sign checking, and glucose check.
  • Keep a neat, clean, and organized work space when providing medication administration to residents.
  • Perform home visits to provide wound care, catheter care, medication administration, etc.
  • Completed blood draws, gastric tube care, feedings, and medication administration.
  • Performed ADL's and medication administration as well as skin assessments.
  • Provided homecare visits for medication administration/self-reminders, wound care and treatments.
  • Prepared and gave injections and daily assessments medication administration.
  • Managed a 15 person unit Continuous care for dialysis patients, disease education, V/S, documentation, Medication administration,
  • Managed medication administration Worked directly with the home health and hospice nurses Administered hands-on care directly with all my patients
  • Direct Patient Care Home Health Geriatric Treatment Medication Administration Drug Therapy Management Critical Care and Emergency Room Hospice

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18. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained thorough and accurate medical records, completed reports and patient documentation.
  • Provided clerical support answering phones, scheduling appointments, updating medical records.
  • Maintain employee medical records and assurance of confidentiality of all medical information.
  • Audit/reviewed medical records and assisted with filling out minimum data sheet
  • Review immunization and medical records for all incoming students.
  • Complete required documentation in computers medical records.
  • Documented appropriately in patient medical records.
  • Documented patient information in patient medical records, obtained vital signs, and prioritized care for the elderly and mentally ill patients
  • Worked in the office performing clerical duties also working with clients medical records as well as request from attorney's offices.
  • Trained new employees in electronic medical records as part of improving quality and patient care as well as time management.
  • Document in selected areas of the medical records; as appropriate, according to the policies and procedures.
  • Conducted office support with medical records, including filing, census of residents, and insurance logging.
  • Maintain student health and medical records and assist in the observation and recording of student progress.
  • Assist with/perform duties including front desk position, medical records, booking appointments, etc.
  • Obtain and record patient data for medical records noting and informing LPN of information collected.
  • Review medical records according to JACHO, health insurance and Michigan Immunization Registration standards.
  • Maintain accurate medical records on all residents while keeping PCP and family up-to-date.
  • Communicate with medical records within the clinic and outside sources for patient compliance.
  • Maintained medical records and prepared them for chart reviews and audits.
  • Received patients; collected medical records and organized patient charts.

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19. Physical Therapy

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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Provided ambulatory assistance and support for physical therapy patients and patient care in emergency room and physical therapists with ambulatory patients.
  • Assisted Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Respiratory Therapy & Cardiac Therapy as stated in patient records.
  • Executed daily operations of physical therapy requests.
  • Filled in at different hospitals and rehabs doing one on ones, vitals signs, ADLS, Physical Therapy.
  • Cared for the elderly with regards to their personal hygiene, safety, nutrition and physical therapy.
  • Assisted patient's with ADL's, accompanied / assisted with physical therapy.
  • Assisted with physical therapy exercises, walking and walker practice.
  • Assisted taking client to physical therapy and doctor appointments.
  • Follow direct care plans from physical therapy department.
  • Help patients get to physical therapy or radiology.
  • Assisted physical therapy with patients care plan.
  • Assisted with dressing changes and physical therapy.
  • Assisted with physical therapy as needed.
  • Assist with in-home physical therapy.
  • Help with activities of daily living Assist in occupational and physical therapy
  • Worked in Med/Surg floor, with post surgical patients and worked with physical therapy department.
  • Assist all residents in adls, physical therapy aide work.
  • Assist with occupational and physical therapy Assist with answering phones and family assistance Organizing charts
  • Assisted adults with developmental disabilities to find volunteer employment opportunities Assisted individuals with physical therapy/movement therapy programs Supported individuals in community outings/goals

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20. Hoyer

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Here's how Hoyer is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Achieved Level-2 certification which allowed high-tech client care including ventilators and Hoyer transfers
  • Transported residents and patients in wheelchairs or on stretchers within the facility, or Hoyer Lift providing patient safety and comfort.
  • Use of mechanical lifts, stand pivot, Hoyer lift, wheel chairs, shower and whirlpool.
  • Helped patients move in and out of beds, knowledge of Hoyer uses and stand lifts.
  • Executed various transfer techniques such as bed to chair, Hoyer lift, and transfer board.
  • Assisted patients with gait belt and use of a Hoyer lift for safely transporting patients.
  • Specialized training in Hospice care, Oxygen therapy, Hoyer lift and Bowel program.
  • Assisted patients in Rehab with ROM and transfers using Hoyer Lifts per facility policy.
  • Assisted patient with their in home care and mobility needs using a Hoyer.
  • Transfer patients to and from bed using a hoyer machine.17 Lafayette Ave.
  • Appropriate use of Stand Lift and Hoyer lift and other medical machines
  • Transferred patients carefully using a Hoyer lift or a gate belt.
  • use of hoyer lifts and sit to stand lifts, feeding required in some facilities.
  • Performed Hoyer lifts, bathed and toileted patients, changed sheets of bed-bound patients.
  • Transferred individuals using Gait Belts or Hoyer Lifts always ensuring patient safety and comfort.
  • Assisted with ADLs and utilize Hoyer lifts for paralyzed or injured patients.
  • Assist with transfers, use of Liko, sit/stand and Hoyer lifts.
  • Use of Hoyer lifts, bathing, dressing, and all other ADLs.
  • Assist patients with activities of daily living Hoyer transfers General LNA duties performed
  • Bathe Residents - Dress Residents - Feed Residents -Toilet Residents - Gait Belt & Hoyer Transfers

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21. Resident Care

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Here's how Resident Care is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Communicated with residents' families to accommodate specific requests regarding resident care and serve as their emotional support during difficult times.
  • Supervised and evaluated all direct and indirect resident care staff provided, and documented resident response.
  • Aided leadership with patient/resident care plan development based on differentiating needs through timely resolution.
  • Supported professional medical staff with performing various resident care activities and related services.
  • Participated in resident care during certification of Nursing Assistant license.
  • Promote the well being of residents and provide leadership support and assistance with resident care and services, including dementia care.
  • Maintain effective communication with residents and their families, physicians, pharmacist and proper outside agencies to ensure optimal resident care.
  • Selected to train new staff in resident care, resulting in more team cohesion/increased collaboration and compassion for residents.
  • Provide training and education to resident care associates on an ongoing basis with classroom in-services, and situation-specific training.
  • Maintain records of resident care, condition, and progress, reporting any changes to the supervising nurse.
  • Implement resident care plans in compliance with Company and federal guidelines, and physician's orders.
  • Provide quality resident care with activities of daily living and respond to emergency situations.
  • Provide a variety of direct resident care and nursing duties to residents.
  • Keep RN informed of significant observations and findings in resident care.
  • Assisted licensed nursing staff in providing direct and indirect resident care.
  • Documented objective data and routine aspects of resident care.
  • Licensed Nursing Assistant, providing daily resident care.
  • Assist resident care director with care assessment.
  • Report to nurse daily on resident care.
  • Chart resident care per treatment plan.

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22. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Demonstrated adaptability and flexibility in providing direct care of wide range of children and adults with diverse medical conditions within home environments
  • Provided education and training for licensed nurses and medical assistants at 6 individual community health centers within the organization.
  • Organize the medical environment, perform and participate in support activities for outpatient, including contingency operations disasters.
  • Provided patients and families with support and instructions to promote independent living and adaption to disability or illness
  • Determine adequate staffing levels and prepare staffing schedules according to resident acuity and individualized service plans.
  • Supervised Certified Medication Assistants and Certified Nursing Assistants in a 75 bed Assisted Living facility.
  • Assisted with activity program as assigned and ensured residents are engaged in meaningful activities/programs.
  • Carry out effective team collaboration, patient relations and consistent delivery of empathetic care.
  • Monitored advanced life support systems for surgical recovery of postoperative patients and dispensed medications.
  • Develop relationships, communicate, and facilitate activities of daily living for senior citizens.
  • Calculate and administer medications and also utilized medical terminology and medication administrative skills.
  • Present LPN working with assisted living appropriate individuals in a hospital based community.
  • Completed required fieldwork observation hours over four consecutive semesters totaling over 500 hours.
  • Delivered patient physical exercises to increase strength and dexterity and encourage interaction.
  • Protected and promoted resident rights and supported individuals in maintaining independence.
  • Recorded any report effectively any changes to supervisors and coworkers.
  • Staff supervision and managing other administrative duties as assigned.
  • Documented daily patient activities for yearly audit and interview.
  • Followed Standard Precautions using personal protective equipment when required
  • Provided assistance to patients with activities of daily living

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23. Fluid Intake

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Here's how Fluid Intake is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Take and record temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, food and fluid intake and output.
  • Record food and fluid intake and output, as indicated per MD order.
  • Delegated for fluid intake via G-Tube.
  • Planned, prepared and served meals and snacks according to prescribed diets Assisted with adequate nutrition and fluid intake.
  • Recorded temperatures, blood pressures,pulse and respiration rates,food and fluid intake and outputs as directed.
  • Recorded (I&O') Intake and Output for fluid intake and urinary output.

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24. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Maintain excellent customer service standards techniques.
  • Utilized customer service skills to ensure that residents have a rewarding and enjoyable experience as well as exceptional end-of-life care.
  • Provide wonderful customer service to all residents, and their family members, all staff.
  • Organize and maintain patient charts; as well as, provide customer service.
  • Serve as a member of a fast-paced urgent care with exceptional customer service.
  • Provide customer service to residents as well as family or visitors.
  • Provided excellent customer service to family members and guests.
  • Provide excellent customer service for families and loved ones.
  • Assist residents in performing daily activities Chart on status and/or daily progress of residents Show exemplary customer service and time management skills
  • Licensed Nursing Assistant/Customer Service Representative/Receptionist, Patient Care Tech Registered patients and processed insurance verifications.

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25. Infection Control

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Here's how Infection Control is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Performed patient care using safety policies and infection control procedures.
  • Utilized medical terminology and demonstrated infection control procedures.
  • Follow all infection control/Standard Precautions policies.
  • Perform basic infection control procedures.
  • Follow appropriate infection control protocol.
  • Report to the Department of Health on infectious diseases as well as report to the infection control committee.
  • Follow infection control procedures, such as washing hands, and using isolation equipment when necessary.
  • Provide post op care, including wound cleaning and care while maintaining infection control standards.
  • Complied with the quality assurance program, safety, environmental and infection control standards.
  • Followed proper infection control protocols as mandated by facility, when providing patient care.
  • Provided Practical Nursing services and functioned as Infection Control Nurse and Alzheimer's Expert.
  • Provided daily tasks to enhance quality of life; maintained infection control.
  • Assist hospice patients with all aspects of daily care, including infection control
  • Followed all HIPPA guidelines, standard precaution, and infection control.
  • Assist in planning and implementation of Infection Control Conference.
  • Perform Infection Control Rounds and head Infection Control Committee.
  • Assist with various organizational projects for Infection Control.
  • Provided age appropriate focused patient care Practices and monitors infection control compliance including protective isolation measures and maintenance of aseptic conditions.
  • Monitor nosocomial infections, prepare statistics, monitor patient's progress, and teach infection control practices.
  • Assist in rollout or go live projects related to infection control.

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26. Daily Care

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Here's how Daily Care is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted residents with daily care/activities and surgical recovery on the Medical/Surgical Unit and also at the Extended Care Facility.
  • Assisted in daily care of residents and worked with nursing staff; Rehabilitation Unit, Dementia/Alzheimer's Unit and Assisted Living.
  • Aided residents with daily care, engaged in excellent time management - Built rapport with patients and their families
  • Assisted in hospital's Heart Failure program, providing daily care and education to congestive heart failure patients.
  • Preformed all aspects of daily care for Residents; including assisting Nurses in administering treatments and examinations.
  • Assisted patients with daily care and activities such as washing, dressing, and eating.
  • Planned with, directed, and supervised other nursing personnel in providing daily care.
  • Provided daily care for 5-6 residents and reported health status to charge nurse
  • Assisted patients with daily care specialized in care of Alzheimer's and dementia
  • Provided all personal daily care including bathing, feeding and dressing.
  • Assisted patients with daily care and their personal hygiene routines.
  • Attended to patients' personal needs and daily care.
  • Work with residents with daily care and activities
  • Assisted in the Daily Care of Elderly Residence
  • Care for elderly persons with daily care.
  • Assist with daily care & feeding.
  • Assisted patients with their daily care.
  • Preformed daily care for patients.
  • Assisted Residents with daily care.
  • Preserve patient with safety and dignity.Provide personal daily care and promoting, engaging daily activities for improving and functioning movement.

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27. Emotional Support

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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Communicated with clients to ascertain feelings or need for assistance or social and emotional support and alerted nurse to acute symptoms.
  • Provide essential physical, social, and emotional support to clients as well as to their families.
  • Provided clients and families with emotional support and instruction in areas such as caring for clients.
  • Provided end of life care, as well as emotional support for patients and families.
  • Provide companionship and emotional support to residents and their families.
  • Provided a friendly and positive emotional support for the residents.
  • Provided physical and emotional support to patients and families.
  • Offer emotional support to clients and their family members.
  • Provided emotional support to patients and their families.CAMPUS ACTIVITIES
  • Assist patient with comfort and emotional support.
  • Provided patients and families with emotional support Sensitive to the needs of geriatric patients.

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28. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Initiate basic CPR measures in the event of cardiac and/or pulmonary arrest and respond to emergency situations related to dialysis treatment
  • Helped out with codes providing CPR, Measuring input and output of patients.
  • Performed CPR by self multiple times.
  • Instructed LNA, CPR and First Aide to students and staff.
  • Filed necessary medicalrecords and pertinent health information into students chart and entered into school computer.Taught CPR and First Aid to faculty.
  • Flow sheets, dietary, Accomplishments Being able to help elderly Skills Used Cpr

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29. Phlebotomy

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Here's how Phlebotomy is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Provide wound care, open lab, assist with phlebotomy, processing CBC's, BS and urinalysis.
  • Assisted physician in office procedures along with medical filing, phlebotomy, instrument management and surgical scheduling.
  • Drug screens, phlebotomy wound care education of safety practices communications with treatment facilities as indicated/.
  • Utilize technical training in phlebotomy and medical skills to perform assessments of inmates with minimal supervision.
  • Perform suture/staple removal, phlebotomy, injections, irrigation of ears, and cleaning/sterilization of instruments.
  • Assist with in-office medical treatments and procedures; collection of biological specimens and phlebotomy.

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30. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Answered and made phone calls, faxed records and schedules to facilities, kept templates up to date on computer.
  • Assist with HR tasks including phone calls for interviews and reference checks, filing, and adding/editing employees in PIW.
  • Administered injections, vitals, charting Performed human relations procedures Assist with procedures, triage phone calls scheduled appointments.
  • Answered telephone calls from patients and doctor offices, contacted patient with new orders or med changes.
  • Answered, screened and forwarded any incoming phone calls while providing basic information about services.
  • Scheduled appointments, answered incoming phone calls, took payments, and pulled patients charts.
  • Scheduled surgeries, managed all patient phone calls and completed all physician billing charges
  • Place and receive telephone calls to parents and school personnel.
  • Answered phone calls and made sure the floor ran smoothly.
  • Manage multiple phone lines and direct phone calls as appropriate.
  • Receive and answer phone calls and other inquiries.
  • Received telephone calls and transferred calls.
  • Handled incoming phone calls and inquiries.
  • Handled a high volume of phone calls and facetoface interactions, answering and redirecting questions appropriately with respect for patient privacy.
  • Answer multi line phone calls, assist with questions or take messages.
  • Check in/out patients with chart preparation and answer multiline phone calls.
  • Respond to refers incoming patient-related phone calls.

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31. CNA

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Here's how CNA is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with insurance authorizations, updated the MAR system, worked with CNA/STNA scheduling, etc.
  • Served as surgical coordinator with day surgery processes CNA
  • Assisted nurses and cna with patient care.
  • Supervised CNAs, directed patients care.
  • Tested glucose and administered injections.Restorative nursing directorPI CNA instructor-facility based
  • Provided CNA staffing requirement fulfillment for surrounding hospitals in the California Valley.

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32. Blood Sugars

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Here's how Blood Sugars is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Help monitor blood sugars of the patients.
  • Take and document residents weight, temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respiration, blood sugars.
  • Blood sugars, medications, treatments, vitals, transfers, and hygiene.
  • Pass out medication, check blood sugars, check oxygen stat, also help with normal ADL care.
  • Experienced with catheter and colostomy care, taking blood sugars and temperatures, and blister pack medication distribution.
  • Assisted nursing personal with documentation of daily vital signs, diabetic blood sugars, and new medication.

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33. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Utilize multiple computer programs for data entry/ emails(outlook, etc).
  • Foster Care Caseload of 250+ data entry, nurse case assistance, CHDP
  • Perform data entry and scan, email and fax documents.
  • Well rounded data entry skills, as hospital system requires a multi-dimensional understanding of proper documentation and recordings.
  • Assist with data entry and scheduling patient appts.
  • Answer phones, Schedule appointments File documents, Manage office supplies Maintained working environment Data entry

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34. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Worked independently and efficiently providing a safe environment for my patients.
  • Changed linens and organized patient areas to provide optimal safe environment.
  • Cared for 46 memory care residents while providing a safe environment for them to be in.
  • Assisted with maintaining a clean and safe environment for patient safety.
  • Maintain a safe environment for patients, staff, and visitors.
  • Assist and encourage patients to ambulate providing a safe environment.
  • Maintained an organized, clean and safe environment Upheld confidentiality of patient information
  • Assisted patients with activities of daily living Promoted quality patient care while maintaining a safe environment.
  • Maintain safety and Assist in providing a safe environment and respectful relationships with psychiatric patients
  • Establish communication with healthcare providers to give concerns or update on patients Facilitate a clean and safe environment for client
  • assist residents with ADLs-maintain a clean and safe environment-obtain vital signs-report changes and/or concerns to charge nurse

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35. Hipaa

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Here's how Hipaa is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Provided patient and family education and assistance with HIPAA guidelines and other information.
  • Followed company guidelines for patient confidentiality and HIPAA regulations.
  • Required to maintain a clean, organized work environment while maintaining the privacy of all patients under HIPAA regulations.
  • Train new employees with the company, Medicare, and HIPAA regulations along with the computer systems.
  • Maintain Corporate, Medicare and HIPAA Compliance; Arrange and develop activities for team building/patient education activities.
  • Maintained Privacy of Patients as mentioned by HIPAA Regulations.
  • Complied with HIPAA in all resident documentation and charting
  • Follow Privacy and HIPAA regulations.
  • Followed HIPAA & JCAHO regulations Participated in ongoing facility educational workshops and programs.
  • Handled medical administrative tasks such as purchasing, scheduling meetings, licensure and HIPAA compliance.
  • Set up OSHA and HIPAA manuals Set up lab, treatment rooms, nurses' station, etc.

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36. ROM

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Here's how ROM is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Designed and implemented care delivery strategies and promoted environmental modifications that reduced confusion and anxiety.
  • Reviewed Charts for updated and current documentation/info and obtained information from patient as needed.
  • Gathered information from residents conditions, treatment plans and appropriate activities.
  • Communicate with medical care providers from multiple disciplines.
  • Protected and promoted resident rights and independence.
  • Promoted independence and assisted with daily living.
  • Promote personal safety involving adaptive equipment.
  • Collect samples, such as blood, urine, or sputum from patients, and perform routine laboratory tests on samples.
  • Assisted with care of individuals who were detoxing from drugs and alcohol, along with others who had attempted suicide.
  • Provided companionship for some clients as well as transportation to and from appointments or community activities such as grocery shopping.
  • Promote the highest degree of quality care and services to our residents in accordance to the Sunrise Senior Living policies.B
  • Discharged patients from hospital after surgery and followed up on in-patients by recording progress notes and updating physician orders.
  • Perform patient rounds, responds to patient call bells promptly and communicates with appropriate staff to meet patient needs.
  • Established effective means for caring with people from a variety of backgrounds with a multitude of treatment needs.
  • Check new MAR from previous MAR to ensure right medicine, doses and new prescription are entered correct.
  • Coordinate the transfer of patient to and from doctor appointments with family or other outside forms of transportation.
  • Promoted to Director of the Assisted Living Facility responsible for oversight of the care provided to 30 residents.
  • 03047Assisted clients who suffered from brain injuries by helping them get back to their original state of health.
  • Collaborated with nursing staff to provide wound care management for patients with compromised immune systems, especially MRSA.
  • Assist in implementing plans from PT, OT, Educational plans as well as medical plan of care.

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37. Skin Care

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Here's how Skin Care is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Performed Activities of Daily Living; mobility, feeding, bathing, grooming, positioning, basic skin care.
  • Develop a Skin Care Book reference book for all units and PowerPoint presentations for wound care.
  • Perform ADL's (Bathing, skin care, dressing, feeding, etc.)
  • Served meals, obtained vital signs, provided skin care, and reported changes in patient's conditions to medical staff.
  • Provided personal care: vitals, helped with transfers, ambulation, dressing, toileting & skin care, changed linens.
  • Perform hygiene care: including bathing, toileting, grooming, dressing, hair, mouth, and skin care.

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38. Catheter Care

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Here's how Catheter Care is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Assist residents with ADL's* Safe patient transfer* Clean catheter care* Assist co-workers with various tasks
  • Performed catheter care and care for people with extensive disabilities.
  • General patient care, foley catheter care, colostomy care, manual vitals, ADL's, incontinent care.
  • Assist with Adl's Meals Perform ROM/Ambulation Activities 1 on 1 Catheter Care/Toileting Making Beds/Cleaning
  • Med administration-G Tube-Catheter Care-Colostomy Care-Contacting Doctors and Pharmacy
  • Provided catheter care/documentation and sterile collection of specimens per orders.

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39. Oral Hygiene

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Here's how Oral Hygiene is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding Helped patients move in and out of beds, baths.
  • Assist residents with feeding, grooming, oral hygiene, bathing, hair and incontinence care.
  • Educated patients on post-operative care and the importance of good oral hygiene.
  • Educated consumers in oral hygiene instructions and provided post-op instructions.
  • Assist with hygiene care/bathing/hair care/oral hygiene.
  • Provided in home care to elderly and bed ridden patients; assisted with bathing, oral hygiene, and hair maintenance.

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40. Hippa

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Here's how Hippa is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Performed all tasks with a patient-centered focus, while maintaining patient rights and HIPPA.
  • Complied with all codes, safety requirements, and HIPPA regulations.
  • Provided training for staff in HIPPA standards and policies.
  • Maintained patient privacy and complied with HIPPA regulations.
  • Maintained confidentiality of all resident care information in accordance with HIPPA guidelines.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality and comply with HIPPA regulations.

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41. Medical Equipment

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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Practice proper sterilization of medical equipment and standard precautions.
  • Manage sterilization of medical equipment after each use.
  • Process durable medical equipment orders.
  • Assist with managing costs of patient care supplies, medical equipment and pharmacy in accordance with Standards of Operations.
  • Engaged in technical treatment procedures such as setting up and operating special medical equipment.
  • Take vital signs, answer phones, and set up medical equipment.
  • Set up medical equipment and assist with some medical procedure.
  • Assisted Nurses with Medical equipment and procedures.

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42. Elderly Patients

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Here's how Elderly Patients is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Provided direct patient care on an extended unit for elderly patients diagnosed with Alzheimer/Dementia Disease.
  • Worked as a nursing assistant, caring for elderly patients in rehabilitation and patients with dementia.
  • Assisted patients with daily living task to enhance the quality of life for elderly patients.
  • Provided care to elderly patients with a wide variety of care needs.
  • Home care & Hospice, care for the elderly patients.
  • Provided in-home care for palliative, post-surgical, and elderly patients with medical and homecare assistance and companionship
  • Cared for mostly elderly patients who needed assistance/full help with bathing, daily grooming,turning-standing-sitting-feeding-ambulating-companionship.
  • assisted elderly patients with daily activities, such as cleaning, walking, bathing and eating.
  • Provided direct Care of Elderly Patients Provided comfort and support to the patients families
  • Helped elderly patients with activities of daily living Obtained vital signs

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43. EMR

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Here's how EMR is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Provided EMR training and individual assistance to all licensed nurses and medical assistants during conversion to the system upgrade.
  • Handled phone triage, rooming patients, and maintained electronic medical record (EMR).
  • Documented all services into electronic medical record (EMR).
  • Stocked rooms, EMR training answering phones and patient questions.
  • Verify that required documentation is completed in the EMR.
  • Trained as a super user for NextGen EMR
  • Experience in Medent and EMR.
  • Assist provider as neededEMRTake vitalsPhone callsGive injections Paper work as needed by the patientAny thing requested by supervisor
  • Review patient records for accuracy and completion and transfer patient records to the EMR.

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44. Motion Exercises

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Here's how Motion Exercises is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Performed range of motion exercises and helped physical therapists with other exercises.
  • Help residents perform range of motion exercises to ensure flexibility and balance.
  • Range of motion exercises as directed and prescribed by physician.
  • Performed range of motion exercises as appropriate.
  • Assist patients with activities of daily living*Record patients input/output*Record point of care documentation*Train new CNA employee*Assist patients with range of motion exercises
  • Rotated resident to prevent bedsores and assisted with range-of-motion exercises to help prevent muscle atrophy in non-ambulatory residents.

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45. Patient Rooms

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Here's how Patient Rooms is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Worked closely with hospital staff to ensure all patient rooms were properly stocked and cleaned.
  • Tested equipment and ensured the OR and all patient rooms were fully stocked
  • General floor maintenance and supply stocking in patient rooms.
  • Clean patient rooms and Emergency Room.
  • Organize patient rooms and the unit.
  • Prepared patient rooms for admission/discharge and assisted with the patient admission/discharge process.

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46. Accurate Records

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Here's how Accurate Records is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Maintain accurate records, schedules, and course requirements regarding hours of instruction and content.
  • Maintained accurate records of all care provided.
  • Keep accurate records of care given.
  • Keep accurate records about daily living.
  • Maintain accurate records of treatments and medications following facility policy and procedures.
  • Provided patient care, dispensed medications and kept accurate records

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47. Meal Prep

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Here's how Meal Prep is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Light housekeeping showering meal prep shopping/errands
  • Assisted with bathing, shopping, cleaning, meal preparation, accompanying them to doctor appointments, and local outings.
  • Assisted in the daily life of patients, including daily hygiene, meal preparation and the self-administration of medicine.
  • Assist with Activities of Daily Living, Medication Reminders, Exercise, & Meal Prep
  • Performed light housework and meal preparation for these patients.
  • Assist residents with every day needs and care, charting vital checks as well as meal prep amd feeding
  • Assisted clients with lighthousekeeping, meal prep, shopping/errands as directed.
  • Assisted with ADL's Administered medication's Transportation to Appointments and arrands Meal preparation and house keeping
  • Bed and Feed Client Meal preparation Light house keeping Assist with appointment setting Runnng errands

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48. Daily Needs

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Here's how Daily Needs is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Provided care for residents on a long term and dementia units, assisting with daily needs and providing care as needed.
  • Tend to their basic daily needs--toileting, dressing, showering, meals, transfers, and monitor/assist with ambulation.
  • Provided care to residents for all daily needs including: bathing, dressing, feeding, toileting, and transporting.
  • Work in home with patient's, or in facility setting to offer companionship and help with daily needs.
  • Helped nursing home residents with their daily needs, like feeding, bathing, grooming, companionship.
  • Assisted patients with bathing, dressing, grooming, feeding and other daily needs.
  • Oversee daily needs of the residents, working hand in hand with the caregivers.
  • Helped in taking care of clients daily needs, for hospice care.
  • Help residents with daily needs and companionship
  • Assisted patients with daily needs; ie: eating, bathing, changing and any other needs that they needed met.
  • Worked as apart of the supplemental staffing center to accommodate the daily needs of the hospital.

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49. Medical Staff

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Assist the credentialing coordinator in getting medical staff credentialed and enrolled with various insurance companies.
  • Provide auxiliary support to medical staff as required during emergency or routine procedure.
  • Communicated effectively with medical staff regarding patient cases.
  • Facilitated communication between MD and medical staff.
  • Observe patient's physical, mental, and emotional conditions and report any change to the nursing or medical staff.
  • Collaborated with the Medical Director and served as a liaison in problems with medical staff.
  • Processed written doctor's orders and covered telephones, providing clerical support to medical staff.
  • Performed duties in care of patients in nursing homes under the direction of medical staff.
  • Ensured that all medical staff licenses and certificate is up to date.
  • Maintained effective working relationships with patients, family, and medical staff.
  • Coordinated care with families and medical staff.

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50. Signal Lights

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Here's how Signal Lights is used in Licensed Nursing Assistant jobs:
  • Responded to safety system designed to respond to signal lights, bells and patients' needs.
  • Answer patient call signals, signal lights to determine patients' needs.
  • Answer signal lights and bells to determine resident's needs.
  • Answered signal lights,bells and intercom system to determine residents needs.
  • Answered signal lights, bells, alarms and intercom system to determine residents' needs.
  • Answer patient call signals, signal lights, bells, or intercom systems to determine patients' needs.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Licensed Nursing Assistant

ADL13.8%
LNA12%
Patient Care12%
Personal Care9.3%
Assistive Devices7.1%
Blood Pressure5.8%
Vital Signs5.7%
Dementia4.2%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Licensed Nursing Assistant

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
ADL
ADL
10.4%
10.4%
2
2
LNA
LNA
9%
9%
3
3
Patient Care
Patient Care
9%
9%
4
4
Personal Care
Personal Care
7%
7%
5
5
Assistive Devices
Assistive Devices
5.3%
5.3%
6
6
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
4.4%
4.4%
7
7
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
4.3%
4.3%
8
8
Dementia
Dementia
3.2%
3.2%
9
9
RN
RN
3.1%
3.1%
10
10
EKG
EKG
2.5%
2.5%
11
11
Alzheimer
Alzheimer
2.5%
2.5%
12
12
Hospice
Hospice
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
LPN
LPN
1.9%
1.9%
14
14
Daily Living Activities
Daily Living Activities
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Charge Nurse
Charge Nurse
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Rehab
Rehab
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Medical Records
Medical Records
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Hoyer
Hoyer
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Resident Care
Resident Care
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
IV
IV
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Fluid Intake
Fluid Intake
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Infection Control
Infection Control
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Daily Care
Daily Care
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Emotional Support
Emotional Support
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
CPR
CPR
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Phlebotomy
Phlebotomy
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
CNA
CNA
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Blood Sugars
Blood Sugars
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
Data Entry
Data Entry
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
Hipaa
Hipaa
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
ROM
ROM
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Skin Care
Skin Care
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Catheter Care
Catheter Care
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Oral Hygiene
Oral Hygiene
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Hippa
Hippa
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Medical Equipment
Medical Equipment
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Elderly Patients
Elderly Patients
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
EMR
EMR
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Motion Exercises
Motion Exercises
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Patient Rooms
Patient Rooms
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Accurate Records
Accurate Records
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Meal Prep
Meal Prep
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Daily Needs
Daily Needs
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Signal Lights
Signal Lights
0.5%
0.5%

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