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Top 50 Medication Aide Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Medication Aide. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Medication Aide resumes they appeared on. For example, 7.5% of Medication Aide resumes contained Blood Pressure as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Medication Aide actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Medication Aide

1. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Recorded vital signs, such as temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respiration rate as directed by nursing staff.
  • Recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, food and fluid intake and output, as directed.
  • Check patients pulse, blood pressure, respiration, color and texture of skin and documented in the chart.
  • Monitor patient's blood pressure, pulse, respiration and temperature and any behavioral changes in their patients.
  • Monitored and recorded temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure, as directed by the RN.
  • Measure and record patient s temperature, heart beat, blood pressure and respiration on daily basis.
  • Measured vital signs, such as pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight and height.
  • Obtained and recorded vitals, temperature, pulse, blood pressure, and respiration rate.
  • Recorded vital signs such as blood pressure, respiratory rate and pulse.
  • Check patients' pulse, temperature, respiration and blood pressure.
  • Administered medication to the residents and took blood pressure measurements.
  • Do blood sugar checks.give insulin blood pressure.
  • Monitor blood pressure and blood glucose Residential counselor
  • Prepare and distribute meds, lotions and creams, eye drops, syrups, and take vitals such as blood pressure.
  • Measured and recorded body mass index Educated patients on better ways to control blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
  • Obtain residents vitals, such as pulse, blood pressure, temperature and respirations.
  • Administered prescribe medication * Took temperature, pulse blood pressure.
  • Monitor blood pressure and blood glucose Assistant.
  • Take blood pressure and perform receptionist duties.
  • blood pressure, blood sugar)

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2. ADL
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Here's how ADL is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Assist with ADL s such as bathing, dressing, feeding, transferring and assist hospice nurses with hospice residents.
  • Complete care of all patients needs and ADL's, administered medications under certification trained as head med tech.
  • Provided routine care to the patients and assist residents with ADL's in accordance with established care plans.
  • Administer Medication to Assisted Living and Memory Residents and assist with ADL care.
  • Assist residents with ADL's according to their care plan.
  • Assisted mental retardation clients with ADL's.
  • administered medication by any route required showers basic ADLS
  • Assist residents with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) in a manner that promotes independence, dignity, and safety.
  • Pass medications, assist residents with ADLs, perform computer charting, report to nurse.
  • Provide exceptional patient care to residents including Activities of Daily Living (ADLs).
  • Give medication Assist residents with ADL (Activities of Daily Living)
  • Administer medications, help clients with adls observe and documentation.
  • Provide ADLs: bathing, incontinence, and mobility.
  • Perform round on patients, Perform ADLs
  • Follow all protocol for passing medicine to clients Redirect clients when having behaviors Assisting with all ADLS and IADLS as needed
  • Prepare meals, assist with ADLs, monitor behaviors, administered meds, chart behaviors
  • Assist residents with ADLs prepare and pass mesications to residents
  • Give meds to residents and help with adls
  • Work with MS clients, hoyer lifts, ADLs, extensive working with hospice and palliative care.
  • Assist Residents With ADLs Check Vitals Administer Medications as per Doctors Orders under Nurse Supervision

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3. Medication Pass
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Here's how Medication Pass is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Prepared, distributed, and assisted residents with taking medication during medication pass.
  • Distribute medication to inmates, create medication pass, and control inventory in the pharmacy.
  • Monitor vital signs, observe all rights of medication administration with each medication pass.
  • Trained staff and new employees on care-giving, medication pass, and facility cleanliness.
  • Team leader, communication, residents care, charting, documenting, medication pass
  • Assist patients with ADL's, medication pass, vital signs, EMAR and charting.
  • Completed medication passes to residents .
  • Assist with patient care, assist with personal grooming, ensure safety of residents on nightshift and proper medication pass.
  • Participated in student medication passes under the supervision of the Registered Nurse course instructor.
  • Insure safe medication pass in a timely manner by following the MAR and documenting.
  • Make rounds assist when need.Medication passed assist with giving residents their medication.
  • Assist with night medication pass Maintaining accurate count of all controlled substances.
  • Assisted with ADL's with residents Assisted in medication passes
  • Keep residents save happy and healthy Skills Used Proper medication pass.
  • turn over, return medication ,reorder medication pass out medication
  • Assist residents with medications and medication pass Assist residents with activities of daily living Assist residents with meals Assist residents with activities

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4. Medication Administration Record
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Here's how Medication Administration Record is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Maintain ADLS, maintain medication administration records administer medication to residents, and maintain narcotics logs.
  • Document in Medication Administration Record scheduled medications given and effectiveness of as needed medications.
  • Process medication and treatment orders including creating and editing medication administration records.
  • Dispense and distributed medication to patients according to their Medication Administration Record.
  • Document medications given onto Medication Administration Record as they are administered.
  • Document the administered medication on the patient's medication administration record.
  • Transcribed medications; entered medications taken on medication administration record.
  • Maintain Medication Administration Records according to organization policy.
  • Recorded and maintain accurate Medication Administration Records.
  • Maintained Medication Administration Records per organizational policies.
  • Provided documentation and maintained Medication Administration Records.
  • Administered medications per Medication Administration Record.
  • Record what medications were given for the day and the dosage in the nurse's medication administration record (MAR).
  • Documented reasons for PRN medications on the reverse of Medication Administration Record (MAR).
  • Maintained Medication Administration Record (MAR) and medication stock for each resident.
  • Administered medicine from a Medication Administration Record (MAR).
  • Administered medication, documented MARS (medication administration records), and provided other therapeutic treatment.
  • administer residents medication according to Medication Administration Record.
  • Maintained medication administration record standards and compliance at 1 0 0 % .
  • Check TB's File Charts Write medication administration records

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5. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Measured and recorded vital signs while administering medication as directed.
  • Monitored patient vital signs and distributed medication.
  • Check patients' pulse, temperature and respiration, takes and records vital signs upon administration of medications when required.
  • Perform vital signs, administer wound care, & communicate resident's health status with supervising nurse & co-workers.
  • Administer medication to residents, monitor and record any vital signs and factors per physician or nurse request.
  • Take and record vital signs, blood sugar readings and administer medications according to MAR instructions.
  • Documented patient information and took patient's personal information as well as vital signs.
  • Monitor all resident assistants on the same shift, check vital signs.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Obtain vital signs, change wound dressings.
  • Obtained specimens, weight and vital signs.
  • Check vital signs and document.
  • Obtained and documented vital signs.
  • Monitored vital signs , Administered oral and topical medications.
  • Assisted with personal hygiene, bathing residents, bedmaking, taking vital signs documentation of changes pertaining to residents care plan.
  • Shadowed Dr. Sharma; provided help to Medical Assistant by performing vital signs on patients
  • Performed healthcare-related tasks, such as monitoring their vital signs, toileting and bathing.
  • Obtained and documented resident's vital signs, accuchecks, and weights.
  • Administer medications/obtain vital signs -Provide Basic First Aid -Assist residents with activities of daily living
  • Prepare and administer medications to residents Measured vital signs Assist with nursing assessments Provide patient care

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6. Personal Care
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Here's how Personal Care is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Provide excellent personal care for residents in an assisted living facility.
  • Distributed medication, gave insulin shots, took blood pressures, assisted in wound care, and performed personal care duties.
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Assist residents with varying degrees of dementia with daily personal care including grooming, dressing, bathing and eating.
  • Provide personal care to the patient in a compassionate and understanding manner consistent with the hospice philosophy.
  • Assist dementia residents with personal care, prepare meals and administer medications and treatments.
  • Assist with personal care for patients under the supervision of nursing and medical staff.
  • Monitored vital signs, passed medications, provided personal care and changed non-sterile dressings.
  • Follow service plans for each residents, assist residents with all personal care.
  • Administered bedside or personal care, such as ambulation or personal hygiene assistance.
  • Maintained personal care services and recorded documents in the residents' records.
  • Label personal care items of patients and replace them as needed.
  • Order and administrate medication, chart medication and personal care.
  • Passed medications, charting, personal care of clients.
  • Administered treatment and personal care procedures to the patients.
  • Provided assistance to personal care aides as needed.
  • Administered medications, treatments, provided personal care; charted patient progress notes, and utilized multi-line telephone system.
  • Assist cargivers in the answering of call lights and administration of personal care.
  • Administer medications 40 hrs per week Perform personal care needs for patients (CNA) 40+ hrs per week Performed clerical duties
  • Pass meds,fax prescriptions ,doctors orders ,assit residents ,personal care

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7. Resident Care
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Here's how Resident Care is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Communicate with resident care director of any change of conditions and recommend adjustments in medication administration record for medications.
  • Provided medication assistance to residents along with direct resident care primarily in the memory care neighborhood.
  • Supervised the Residents medications under the direction of the Resident Care Director according to established procedures.
  • Contacted/notified physicians and nurses of any issues related to medications and resident care.
  • Participate in designing and implementing resident care plans in relation to medication administration.
  • Maintain resident confidence and protects operations by keeping resident care information confidential.
  • Helped supervise direct service staff that provided around-the-clock resident care.
  • Provided primary resident care and assistance with daily living activities.
  • Pass medication resident care cooking cleaning laundry
  • Direct resident care; treatments, medication, wound dressings, tube feeds, catheters.
  • Provided quality nursing care in accordance with resident care policies and procedures.
  • Assisted in training and educating caregivers on proper resident care.
  • Followed resident care policies and procedures when caring for residents.
  • Assist on 5 units with resident care.
  • Consult with Physicians about resident care.
  • Promote to resident care coordinator.
  • Provide resident care in all aspects, assist with adl's, accompany residents to doctors appointments.
  • Direct resident care included assistance at meal times and during activities Memory care neighborhood consisted of 25 residents
  • Assisted with resident care when needed and also monitered the residents.
  • Handle Med Passes Help with the resident care overnight

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8. CNA
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Here's how CNA is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Administered medication to the elderly and supervised CNA
  • Assist RN team as well as CNA team in ensuring optimal patient care and smooth daily functioning of facility.
  • Pass medications, ensure resident safety, basic CNA cares, taking vital signs, ordering medications, light housekeeping
  • Shift supervisor, assigned duties to NA's and CNA's, assisted with personal care when needed.
  • Shift charting, processing orders, and management of CNA's.
  • Passed medications, basic CNA cares, housekeeping and laundry.
  • Performed all CNA duties and passed medications 4/1987 - 4/2002
  • Supervised a team of CNA and MA.
  • Supervised all CNA's on shift.
  • Help CNA's when need with the meal time and last round.
  • SIC supervised the PCA's and CNA's.
  • Assist with CNA tasks as needed.
  • Used as CNA if needed.
  • Worked as a Cna for Tulsa nursing center from April of 2016 until July of 2016.
  • Provide medicine in a timely fashion while making sure that care is given by the CNAs according to standards.
  • Managed time according to tasks Assisted clients with ADL'S Practiced CNA/Med aide duties in all units
  • Pass medication, do vital signs, assist CNAs with ADLs.
  • position as CNA paid training through employment to recieve KMA.
  • Perform duties of Registered Medication Aide Monitor percentage of food intake of residents Assist with CNA duties
  • Worked as a CNA Ordered medications Dispensed medications Coordinated with doctors Wound care

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9. Dementia
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Here's how Dementia is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Distribute scheduled medications to assisted living and/or dementia unit residents in a timely, efficient and proper manner.
  • Assist in the care of residents with Dementia by administrating medications and monitoring their effectiveness.
  • Administered medication to 100+ residents living with dementia.
  • Assist elderly dementia residents with daily activities.
  • Provide assistance to assisted living and dementia residents, administer medication, contact doctors, schedule appointments, office experience.
  • Administer medications and Provide geriatric and Alzheimer's/dementia care to residents in a locked unit as well as a skilled nursing setting
  • Maintain safety when transferring patients and follow the safety protocol of keeping the facility locked for our dementia patients.
  • Provide basic medical care to patients with memory disorders (dementia, Alzheimer's/Parkinson's disease, etc.)
  • Worked primarily with dementia patients; early stages, hospice, end of life and palliative care.
  • Assisted with ordering medications and the skills needed to be aware of dementia patients needs.
  • Helped support an aging population at an 86-bed Alzheimer's and dementia facility.
  • Manage residents with memory deficits (primarily Alzheimer's and dementia diagnoses).
  • Provide basic care to residents with Alzheimer's and dementia.
  • Support various types of patients, including those with Dementia.
  • Cared for elderly adults suffering from types of dementia.
  • Gained extensive Alzheimer and Dementia training and experience.
  • Care Giver and Med Aide for dementia patients.
  • Interpret verbal and non-verbal communication of needs from dementia patients - Assist residents with activities of daily living
  • Have worked with dementia, alzhimers and diabetic patients also hospice patients as well.
  • worked with elderly patients with dementia and also with psychological issues, passed out medications and insured patients anf staffs saftey

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10. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Maintain one-on-one contact with physicians concerning patient care.
  • Assist with health screening and patient care, per verbal request of Health Director, RN.
  • Assist nurses or physicians in the operation of medical equipment or provision of patient care.
  • Provided exceptional patient care including paper work on the patients and filing the patients charts.
  • Developed patient care plans, including assessments, evaluations, and nursing diagnoses.
  • Acted as student advocate and implemented patient care while student was attending school.
  • Assisted with any type of patient care and/or feeding of residents.
  • Dispensed medication and performed various duties related to patient care.
  • Measured vital signs and assisted the physician with patient care.
  • Utilized strong assessment skills to determine necessary patient care.
  • Provide basic patient care such as bathing and feeding.
  • Organized and maintained paperwork related to patient care.
  • Completed necessary record keeping of all patient care.
  • Aided in basic patient care.
  • Pass med's patient care coordinator
  • Perform routine patient care in accordance with federal,state, company and center Nursing policies and procedures.
  • Provided care in-home patient care, comfort, and personal appearance.I Cleaned rooms and changes bed linen.
  • Assisted nursing staff as needed Provided outstanding patient care
  • shift supervisor total patient care vital signs mars medication administration blood glucose checks transportation ambulation transfer feeding bathing grooming
  • Administered medication to residents Record and maintained narcotics Provided patient care

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11. Daily Living Activities
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Here's how Daily Living Activities is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Provided medication administration and daily living activities to assisted living residents while ensuring patient safety, comfort, and dignity.
  • Assisted residents with daily living activities Maintained a log of medication rounds
  • Assisted residents with their daily living activities, along with housekeeping, answering phone calls and faxing paperwork to nurses.
  • Consisted of passing out medication and monitoring residents daily living activities, weight gain or loss and food intake.
  • Assist with daily living activities, including personal hygiene, bathing, feeding, and walking / ambulating.
  • Assist with daily living activities that are enjoyable for continued social skills in their environment.
  • Assist residents with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, and eating.
  • Assisted residents with personal hygiene tasks and other daily living activities as needed.
  • Assisted clients as needed in daily living activities and administration of medications.
  • Bathe, groom, and assist patients with daily living activities.
  • Assist residents with daily living activities.
  • Provided assistance with daily living activities and performed light housekeeping Prepared and served breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner.
  • Charted patient behavior, nursing care and distributed medication Assisted patients with daily living activities Monitored and recorded patient vital signs
  • Administered medications Processed CMA notes into chart throughout shift Documented vitals Assisted residents with daily living activities

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12. Adverse Reactions
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Here's how Adverse Reactions is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Chart client files, and chart the administration, medication effectiveness, and any adverse reactions from medications.
  • Reported changes in Patient's conditions, such as adverse reactions to medications to the charge nurse.
  • Assist patient with daily living routines, administer medications, review and oversee any adverse reactions to medication
  • Pass out medications, assess clients for adverse reactions, and assist the charge nurse
  • Report any adverse reactions to the nurse and the physician.
  • Observed patients and reported any adverse reactions to medical personnel.
  • Reported adverse reactions to RN.
  • Administer medications and monitor residents for any adverse reactions as well as supervising CNAs working on the unit
  • Assess for possible adverse reactions and provide pre-administration or follow up assessments to medications.

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13. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Secured patient information and maintained confidentiality by completing and safeguarding medical records; completing diagnostic coding.
  • Maintained medical records, thorough and accurate in completion of reports and resident documentation.
  • Maintained related medical records under supervision of nurse.
  • Managed medical records and followed HIPPA patient confidentiality.
  • Transmitted correspondence and Medical records by phone and
  • Administered medications; provided personal care and first aid; communicated with physicians; managed and filed medical records.
  • Located, signed outs and delivered medical records and follows-up to ensure that they are returned.
  • Maintain medical records, communicate with physician for patient orders.keeps written records of patient food intake.
  • Keep detailed medical records on patients and records any allergies or other reactions in patient files.
  • Administer prescribed medication to patients and maintain related medical records under the supervision of the RN.
  • Experienced with HIPPA and handling confidential personal documents, medical records, and scheduling.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records.
  • Maintain medical records on a daily basis; provide assistance to the Nurse.
  • Act as a Unit Secretary, register patients and update medical records.
  • Filed and kept a log of all residents' medical records.
  • Keep medication files and medical records current and up to date.
  • Maintained residents' privacy by protecting all medical records.
  • Prepare and administer medications as directed by physician Record patients' medical history, information and vital statistics in medical records.
  • Transmitted correspondence and Medical records by phone and ordering all medications for residents.
  • Assisted Living Facility - Maintained complete and accurate charting and medical records on current, discharged and expired residents.

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14. Charge Nurse
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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Monitored patients and observed changes; reported abnormalities that would prohibit administering medications and proceeded on charge nurse's orders.
  • Required to administer medication to resident properly under the direction of my charge nurse as well as taking vitals.
  • Provide assistance to charge nurses with the cleanliness of the nursing station, medication room and supply room.
  • Give detailed report to the charge nurse at end of work day and throughout shift as needed.
  • Pass medications and provide direct care to facility residents, under supervision of the charge Nurse.
  • Monitor and report various changes in my patients' condition to charge nurse.
  • Monitor residents and changes in condition and report any change to charge nurse.
  • Observed patients for drug reactions and report any problems to charge nurse.
  • Take patient vital signs and report findings to the charge nurse.
  • Notified Charge Nurse of need for physician orders or resident complications.
  • Observe residents and report anything unusual or abnormal to Charge Nurse.
  • Notified charge nurse of any medications needing to be refilled.
  • Reported to charge nurse when medications need refilling.
  • Administer medications to staff under charge nurse supervision.
  • Charge Nurse for up to 45 SNIF and ICF patients.
  • Administered medication for residents on designated unit under supervision of charge nurse Assist residents with Activities of Daily Living
  • Provided shift reports on status of residents * Responsible for notifying charge nurse of medications needed for refill.
  • Pass medications, assisted with ADLs if needed, worked directly under charge nurses
  • Preform EKG's Report behavioral observation to charge nurse
  • Worked under the supervision of an charge nurse administering medication care, treatment and clinical documentation for patients of the mentally challanged

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15. Alzheimer
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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Passed medications to 21 residents with Alzheimer's/dementia.
  • Administered medications to residents with Alzheimer's/Dementia.
  • Experience with various medical conditions including Parkinson's, Dementia, Diabetes, Cancer, and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Assist residents in an Alzheimer's & Dementia facility with medication administration, blood glucose testing and insulin administration.
  • Certified Medication Aide and Certified Nurse's Aide work with patients who have Dementia or Alzheimer's.
  • Worked with patients with various illnesses, Alzheimer, dementia and rehab clients.
  • Demonstrated the ability to interact with residents suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Provided regulatory care for Alzheimer's patients, including activities of daily living.
  • Worked with seniors with Alzheimer's disease and various forms of dementia.
  • Level 2 is an Alzheimer's unit with capacity of 30.
  • Cared for elderly & assisted Alzheimer patients with his/her daily activities.
  • Provide care for Alzheimer's and Dementia patients.
  • Trusted to perform care in Alzheimer's unit
  • Assisted and monitored Alzheimer's patient.
  • Assisted Health Services Director in coordination and organization of caring for residents with alzheimer's and dementia.
  • Started a new Alzheimer's Unit Oriented new residents, advised there family's on medical conditions.
  • Walked with doctors and assist with patients exams work in Alzheimer's or Dementia Unit
  • Assisted Residents with activities of daily living Worked with Dementia and Alzheimer's population Reported resident condition changes to facility RN
  • Worked with Dementia and Alzheimer's residents Prepared and Passed out medications Assisted with activities of daily living

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16. RN
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Here's how RN is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Administer oral and external medications to residents under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse or a licensed practical/vocational nurse.
  • Communicated with doctors and nurses to address resident health concerns effectively.
  • Distributed medication to patients under supervising RN.
  • Manage patient care for all residents by clearly communicating patient care issues and concerns with nursing staff.
  • Monitored the patients for any changes in their baseline and reported them to the RN.
  • Monitor for effectiveness of PRN medication and reports and documents outcome to Charge Nurse.
  • Transported patients to other areas of the hospital in wheelchairs and gurneys.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient care, condition, progress and concerns.
  • Consult with LPN, RN, or Physician for clarifications.
  • Complete annual TMA competency testing; competency administered by RN.
  • Turned and re-positioned bed fast patients to prevent bedsores.
  • Faxed physicians per residents request for questions or concerns.
  • Assisted clients with mental health issues and concerns.
  • Led a team of 3-4 caregivers, when LPN and RN were not present.
  • Learned patient interaction in local hospitals Medical brigades in rural areas: supplying vitamins, interacting with locals, checking vitals
  • Educated a staff of 125 on state and federal statutes, rules and regulations governing home care services.
  • Secured all of the required tools, equipment and furniture necessary to the program.
  • Report problems or concerns in a timely manner.
  • Turn or reposition bedridden patients.
  • Assisted the RN' s in wound care, treatments and tube feeding

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17. Medication Cart
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Here's how Medication Cart is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Keep medication cart clean at all times and stock it with necessary equipment that we as medication aides may need.
  • Ensured safe handling, storage, and security of medications, calculated medication dosages, and stocked the medication cart.
  • Maintained confidentiality and professionalism * Monitors resident's vital signs, calculate medication dosages, and stock the medication cart.
  • Manage the medication carts by tracking refill orders, stock and by order of each resident's needs.
  • Clarify resident prescriptions, schedule physician's appointments, request medication from pharmacies, stock medication carts.
  • Check medication cart for expired medication, clean and organized the medication carts for state review.
  • Stock and clean pharmacy and medication cart to ensure a safe and clean work environment.
  • Order and Reorder medications from pharmacies and keep medication carts clean and stocked.
  • Monitor the patient's vital signs, and stocked the medication cart.
  • Monitor vital signs, calculate medication dosages and stock medication carts.
  • Maintained and cleaned medication cart, refrigerator and work area.
  • Maintain a clean and organized medication cart and medication room.
  • Manage 1 employee, Maintain medication cart.
  • Restock medication carts overnight for morning shift.
  • Keep the medication cart stocked.
  • Maintained a clean and organized medication cart Documented accurately residents Medication Administrator Records with current medication orders.
  • Stocked medication carts and removed expired meds.
  • Order medication Organize medication cart Provide proper charting on residents and/or patients and narcotics
  • Dispense Medication/ Stock medication cart * Collect urine and stool sample * Record medication on medication administration record(MAR) chart
  • Order Medications * Audits on Medication Cart * Pass Medications * Assist Residents with Daily Living Activities

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Cited for excellence in interpersonal communications, teamwork, customer service, flexibility and reliability.
  • Provided excellent customer service to residents and their family members.
  • Provided customer service to patient family members.
  • Pass medication, MAR computerized, contact doctors, fax machine, customer service to residents and families and outside vendors.
  • Provided customer service over the phone and in person to prospective residents by providing Facility information and guided tours.
  • Med passes, maintain MARS, process orders, order medications from pharmacy, customer service, and charting.
  • Assisted living, passing medication, charting, assisting with activities of daily living, customer service,
  • Provided excellent customer service and work ability in stressful and fast paced situations.
  • Perfect Attendance, Excellent customer service skills, Friendly and helpful attitude.
  • Provide good customer service to residents, families and public.
  • Provide strong customer service skills to residents.
  • Type of business or sector Customer Service
  • Team leader with Customer service.
  • Performed light housekeeping Provided excellent customer service to the residents and their families
  • Completed training classess, great attendance and availability was flexible Skills Used Nursing Assistant skills, Customer Services, Housekeeping.
  • Dispense meds to patients, inventory, doctor callbacks, customer service,
  • Provide residents and families with customer service at the highest level ..
  • Assisted clients with medications and documentation Explained directions and solved problems in a patient manner Exhibited quality customer service at all times
  • Administer medications per physician orders using Eldermark system.Skills UsedCustomer service with families, medication administration per licensure
  • Administer medication Order medication Schedule appointments Monitor blood pressure Monitor blood sugar Customer Service input customer services into computer

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19. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Adhered to home health, hospice, and emergency protocols including performing CPR and first aide (as necessary).
  • Specialized Certification: CPR certified, Medication aide certified, CNA certified, CRT (Certified Respiratory Therapist).
  • Received training in CPR, First Aid, Behavior support, and self defense classes.
  • Have taken CPR First Aid Taken a class in child care also for the elderly.
  • Performed CPR as and when needed for first aid effort in resuscitation.
  • Preform first aide when needed, CPR and first aide certified.
  • Perform emergency first aid and/or CPR when necessary.
  • Conduct Rescue missions such as CPR as needed.
  • Updated CPR/AED and First Aide certifications.
  • Certified in CPR and First Aid.
  • Assisted with the teaching of Basic Medic First-Aid, CPR, AED.
  • Check vital signs, perform treatments, & CPR.
  • Certified in CPR, and AED training.
  • Administer medication and provide direct care to facility residents CPR and medication aide certified
  • Paper medication record administration, Wound care/CPR Diabetic care,
  • Maintained basic CPR and First Aid certifications during time employed.
  • communicate fluently in English with patients Computer literate Answering of phone calls Perform CPR Use the aquflow
  • Have medication license also First aid an Cpr.and CNA certificate
  • Head aide on shift oversees junior aide responsibilities * Personal care * CPR/AED/First Aide Certified * Administers medications to all residents
  • Head aide on shift oversees junior aide responsibilities Personal care CPR/AED/First Aide Certified Direct Support Professional

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20. Direct Supervision
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Here's how Direct Supervision is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Administered medications and treatments under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse.
  • Follow written and/or oral instructions to administer medications and document dosages and times under the direct supervision of an RN.
  • Deliver medication within the time allotted from the physician as well as giving PRN medications as needed under direct supervision.
  • Position description: I'm a Medication aid under the direct supervision of the charge nurse.
  • Assisted the physician or nurse with procedures under their direct supervision.
  • Provided basicpatient care under direct supervision of nursing staff.

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21. Physician Orders
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Here's how Physician Orders is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Followed physician orders and state laws to administer medications.
  • Transcribe physician orders onto Medication Administration Records.
  • Communicated with physicians and implemented physician orders.
  • Ensured physician orders were understood and followed through accordingly while following consumer's individual plans and behavior support plans.
  • Distributed patient medications per charts and physician orders would document The vital signs if needed for a certain medication.
  • Cared for 35 clients, confirming prescriptions/physician orders and distributing medication - special attention to order changes.
  • Communicate with physicians via fax and telephone, implement physician orders.
  • Transcribe physician orders and enter into mars.
  • Input physician orders into computer, provide nursing with computerized monthly mars and tars.
  • Transcribed Physician orders, diagnosis's, and patient/resident.

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22. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Assisted and monitored treatment plans in 36 bed resident facilities; stimulated Activities of Daily Living (ADL) for residents.
  • Screened routine patients, administered medications, cleaned and closed wounds and prescribed treatment plans under supervision of a doctor.
  • Examined patients and dispensed medications as needed liaised between patients and physicians to ensure patient comprehension of treatment plans.
  • Communicated with patients' families, nurses and doctors about Resident's health issues and their treatment plans.
  • Logged all services performed and treatment plans as directed from residential medical staff.
  • Followed treatment plans/completed daily paperwork required by job and the state.
  • Assisted others in development of care and treatment plans.
  • Developed and implemented individual treatment plans for MR/DD clients.
  • Communicate efficiently with doctors and other medical personnel.Discuss treatment plans with family members.
  • Gather information from caregivers, nurses, or physicians about patient condition, treatment plans, or appropriate activities.

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23. Hospice
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  • Work hand in hand with Hospice as needed to ensure residents maintain dignity and comfort throughout their final phase of life.
  • Acted as on-call staff every other week while at Independence House; Completed comfort cares for residents on hospice.
  • Experience working with hospice, compassionately helping patients near the end of life with comfort and reassurance.
  • Advised ALD, physician, home health agencies and hospice of all changes to residents condition.
  • Provide care consistent with National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization standards of practice for hospice programs.
  • Work in unison with hospice and hospital for those patients whom needs that type of care.
  • Communicated with doctors/hospice for changes, new orders, falls, or reactions to medications.
  • Notified hospice of changes in condition and assist with final arrangement of expired resident.
  • Assist with medication, communication with Nurses, Hospice, and Doctors.
  • Follow orders from Doctors, RN, and Hospice as needed.
  • Communicated regularly with physicians, nurses, and hospice care.
  • Communicate with residents' doctors, assistants and hospice providers.
  • Assist dementia and hospice clients with activities of daily living.
  • Comfort measures for residents on Hospice or Palliative Care.
  • Assist staff with care of residents, assist hospice and family with the care of a expiring family member.
  • Work along with hospice nurses, with residents who needed more care then others.
  • care to total dependence, and hospice care.
  • Helped residents with ADL's Conferred and assisted RN's in Hospice care Administered and ordered medications
  • administer mediaction to residents, assist nursing staff, doctors, and hospice staff.
  • pass medications, vitals, ADLs, charting, Hospice and laundry.

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24. Insulin Injections
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Here's how Insulin Injections is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Administered oral medications, insulin injections, and nutritional supplements as prescribed.
  • Monitored resident is health (glucose monitoring and insulin injections)
  • Administer and assist diabetic patients with insulin injections.
  • Provided oral medication, insulin injections, and nutritional supplements as prescribed by the medical staff.
  • Administer subcutaneous insulin injections as ordered by the Health Care Provider.
  • Fed residents, gave insulin injections, passed medications.
  • Detailed monitoring of insulin dependent diabetics via C.B.G collections and administration of insulin injections.
  • Administered insulin injections Completed and submitted clinical documentation in accordance with company guidelines.
  • Handled diabetic task such as cbg and insulin injections.
  • Perform fingersticks for glucose testing and insulin injections.
  • Perform Accu checks and administer insulin injections.
  • administered medications insulin injections assisted with Resident cares assisted with meals ordered medications Accomplishments Knowing I made each residents day special.
  • pass medication in routinely manner, check bs levels and administer insulin injections, assign assignments to cnas

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25. Memory Care
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Here's how Memory Care is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Provided nursing and administered medication in memory care facility
  • Administer medications to residents on memory care.
  • Administered and ordered medication for the Memory Care Unit, entrusted with the ordering, handling, and care of narcotics.
  • Performed medication preparation and distribution, supervision of 2-3 caregivers per shift, and assisting 15 memory care residents with ADL's
  • Worked on memory care and assisted living units passing medications, scheduling doctors and procedure appointments with doctors and tabs.
  • Passed scheduled medications and PRN(as needed) medications to assisted living and memory care residents.
  • Provided Medications to residents in the assisted living community with an emphasis on working in memory care.
  • Provided scheduled medication and care for 20+ Residents in an assisted living and memory care unit.
  • Provide support for memory care residents with a variety of personal and medical care needs.
  • Worked primarily in the Memory Care Unit with 32 plus residents with special needs.
  • Administered medications and treatments to over 29 residents in the Memory Care Unit.
  • Pass medication to the residents in assisted living and Memory Care.
  • Assisted with personal cares of residents in memory care unit.
  • Assisted residents in both assisted living and memory care.
  • Assisted residents in the memory care unit.
  • Dispensed and delivered patient medications to patients throughout theMemory Care Unit.
  • Manage medication administration for memory care residents and ensure individualized care needs are met by assisting care staff and CNAs.
  • Assist residents with Daily Living Skills on a Memory Care Unit for resident with dementia or Alzheimers.
  • Assist resident with activities of daily living Also worked with memory care.
  • Administered Medication Resident Care for IL , Al and memory care res

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26. Emergency Situations
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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Handled all emergency situations for residents by taking vitals, administering medications and requesting emergency services.
  • Handled emergency situations, incident reports, documentation communicated to all other staff and family.
  • Utilize equipment properly and assist in emergency situations.
  • Recognized and assessed the signs of emergency situations in order to quickly respond and to assists patient and contacted doctors.
  • Assist clients with their activities of daily living as needed, asses clients in emergency situations and respond accordingly.
  • Administer all PRN and routine medications, take vital signs, assess falls or emergency situations... etc
  • Analyze situations, problem solve, and make command decisions in emergency situations.
  • Complete paperwork for emergency situations, charting and alerts.
  • Reacted calmly and effectively in emergency situations, and added the personal, caring touch that immediately put patient at ease.

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27. Infection Control
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Here's how Infection Control is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Demonstrated awareness of proper infection control practice by using Universal precautions
  • General knowledge of medical terminology and infection control standards.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of infection control and universal precautions.
  • Follow hand washing technique and infection control guide lines during the performance of patient care.
  • Train Staff follow procedures for proper equipment use, infection control, disaster plans.
  • Ensured HIPAA compliance and infection control procedures.
  • Follow procedures for disease / infection control.
  • Follow all infection control policies.
  • Maintain professional trainings as required to include CPR, First Aid, Infection Control and HIPPA.
  • Followed infection control procedures Monitored fluid intake and output levels Measured urine and delivered specimens to lab

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28. Medication Room
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Here's how Medication Room is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Assisted residents with ADL s Maintained a clean and organized medication room.
  • Maintained upkeep and cleanliness of medicine carts and medication rooms.
  • Managed the medication room activities.
  • Cleaned and stocked medication room.
  • Maintained a clean and organized medication cart and medication room.Reason for Leaving: High Risk Pregnancy
  • Stock medication room and order medication in a timely manner to ensure adequate supply.
  • Dispense medication direct contact with resident order medication stock medication room assist resident with daily living skills phlebotomy documentation reg;.

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29. State Regulations
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Here's how State Regulations is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Administer prescribed medications and treatment as defined by state regulations in accordance with company policy and procedure.
  • Administer routine medications to residents in accordance with state regulations.
  • Manage and administer medications in compliance with state regulations.
  • Pour, pass, and assist with administration of medications in accordance with state regulations.
  • Assist in collecting and documenting monthly data and results to meet facility and state regulations.
  • Required to make sure all documentation is signed for Narcotics by state regulations.
  • Charted vitals and updating progress notes in resident charts per state regulations.
  • Dispense medication to patient within the guidelines of state regulations.
  • Follow HPPA & state regulations.
  • Administer medications appropriately and accurately according to state regulations (i.e.
  • Administer medications in a timely manner per state regulations.
  • Determined by community policy or State regulations).
  • Distribute meds to patients and document for state regulations.
  • Administered medication per state regulations Developed group activities for the residents Assessed residents for specific needs during routine cares and one-on-one time
  • Assisted the residents with grooming Administer medication Document medicine according to state regulations.
  • cart & Medication room locked for everyones privacy & safety according to Hippa & state regulations/laws.

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30. Facility
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Here's how Facility is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Passed medication and treatments according to physician orders and accordance of facility policy.
  • Deliver charts to assigned areas of the facility following established routing procedures.
  • Dispensed and delivered medications to patients throughout the facility.
  • Distributed medication and provided direct care to facility residents.
  • Keep assisted living facility clean and organized.
  • Performed audits as per facility guidelines.
  • Supervised medication for entire facility.
  • Worked mostly third shifts as sole supervisor of entire facility, fulfilling all needs for patient care, supervision and safety.
  • Assisted residents in assisted living facility with daily care such as dressing, bathing, and changing.
  • Managed a staff of 5+ in a facility known for customer oriented success.
  • Cleaned facility, prepared meals and did group activities with clients as scheduled.
  • Provided first aid care and routine insulin injections to facility residents.
  • Notified facility residents' next of kin of accidents and death.
  • Transported patients to other areas of the facility in wheelchairs.
  • Worked in this facility as Medication Aide Double Weekends.
  • Administrated medications to the residents in the facility.
  • Supervised the facility when management was not present.
  • Worked in this facility as a Medication Aide.
  • Worked with facility nurse on care plans and assessments of residents, and made sure residents needs were being met.
  • Passed medication to residents Prepared paperwork for resident for doctor visits Assisted residents with dressing and showering Laundry Cleaning of the facility

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31. Daily Needs
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Here's how Daily Needs is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Assisted with the daily needs of each patient and the running of the facility.
  • Preformed and assisted residents with daily needs such as bathing and bedtime routine.
  • Assisted elderly tenants with daily needs, issued medicine at assigned times
  • Helped feed and addressed residents basic daily needs.
  • Assisted residentsd with daily needs and daily activities.
  • Completed documentation of passed medications.Medication Aide/InstructorHope HavenEstherville, IAStart Date: Sept 2015Assisting developmentally disabled clients with all daily needs.
  • Administer medications daily Assist residence with daily needs such as turning, positioning, toileting, bathing, and etc.
  • passed meds, took care of individuals and their daily needs, house duties like cleaning and laundry
  • Administer medication Assist with daily needs including meals, laundry,vitals Charting activity Receiving and placing calls to doctors

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32. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Handled prescriptions and medical authorizations in addition to addressing patient concerns and relevant phone calls.
  • Complete administrative tasks, such as entering orders into computer, answering telephone calls, or maintaining medical or facility information.
  • Answer crisis telephone calls, assist caller in a plan of action, make referrals as necessary, document caller.
  • Received and made phone calls regarding residents concern to hospitals, hospice, doctor offices and families.
  • Answer phone calls from doctors office, pharmacies, home health, and families.
  • Handled phone calls, call lights as well as various client and family situations.
  • Make phone calls to the nurse or hospice regarding questions or concerns.
  • Answer phone calls and schedule or otherwise direct to the appropriate personnel.
  • Manage faxes, medication orders, answer phone calls, etc.
  • Answered phone calls for the staff in a friendly efficient manner.
  • Answered phone calls from family members and Dr. Offices.
  • Assisted with registration of patients and answered telephone calls.
  • Doctor faxes, phone calls, and communications.
  • Handled incoming and outgoing telephone calls and faxes.
  • Receive and screen telephone calls and visitors.
  • Answered front desk phone calls.
  • Answer and direct phone calls.
  • Answer phone calls by doctors, hospice, hospitals, family concerns in a professional way.
  • Fax, file, and make appropriate phone calls to families and M.D in regards to residents if needed.
  • Dispensed medications to the elderly residents Helped residents with their ADL's Answered phone calls accordingly

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33. Safe Environment
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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Provide personal care to residents, Grooming, Toileting, Feeding, Entertainment as well as providing a safe environment
  • Worked in conjunction with other staff members to create enjoyable and safe environment for each patient.
  • Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment by coordinating with housekeeping.
  • Created a calm and safe environment for the patients.
  • Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment.
  • Maintained a safe environment for residents and employees.
  • Store medication in safe environment.
  • Administered and documented medication intake Maintained safe environment and minimizing falls Assisted residents with personal hygiene

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34. Data Entry
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Here's how Data Entry is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Performed clerical duties, such as word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing.
  • Processed data entry, file documents, copies, fax, answered phones.
  • Performed routine clerical, data entry, record keeping and filing tasks.
  • Performed clerical duties, data entry, answering phones and filing.
  • Run reports and record data entry totals on spreadsheets.
  • Light office work including basic data entry, answering multi-line phone, coping, faxing emailing, assembling monthly newsletter.

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35. Oral Medications
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Here's how Oral Medications is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Administered prescribed oral medications, under written or staff direction.
  • Administer oral medications to geriatric patients.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications, under the written direction of a physician or as directed by a registered nurse.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications, under the written direction of physician and ensure patients take their medicine.
  • Take vital signs, Administer oral medications as ordered by physician.
  • Dispense oral medications and observe for drug reactions.
  • Administered oral medications to patients.Assessed patients with body injuries and other physical lacerations.

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36. CBG
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Here's how CBG is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Assured residents took medication comfortably and safely, obtained CBG, administered injection, performed urinalysis.
  • Assisted residents with medication administration, perform CBG checks and insulin administration.
  • Administer or assist residents to self-administer medications and treatments, measure vital signs, CBG's and weight.
  • Assisted residents in a memory care unit with medication administration, perform CBG checks and insulin administration.
  • Assisted residents with weight, blood pressure checks, CBG's, dressing, bathing, escorting
  • Delegated under RN for; CBG and insulin, treatments, wound care, etc.
  • Take daily CBG's and deliver Insulin to all or our insulin dependent residents.
  • Administer Diabetic insulin per order and capillary blood glucose (CBG).
  • Managed medications and took vital signs including Diabetic care, injections/cbg.
  • Performed Cbg's and administered insulin.

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37. Quality Care
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Here's how Quality Care is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Certified Nursing Assistant Delivering quality care to elderly residents.
  • Provided high quality care in a variety of settings including acute care, home health, rehabilitation, and nursing homes.
  • Work together with team members, residents, and families to provide quality care to residents with varying degrees of need.
  • Assisted residents with activities of daily living, dispensed medication, and provided high quality care to residents
  • Improved my listening and observation skills in order provide the best quality care to the residents.
  • Improved: safety, quality care, team work, efficiency, and integrity.
  • Provide quality care in a home health setting to chronically ill and elderly clients.
  • Worked closely with other staff and family to provide quality care for each resident.
  • Adapted to constantly changing work environment while still providing high quality care to residents.
  • Provided quality care and activities to ensure a fun, safe and beneficial experience.
  • Provided quality care for each individual member and maintain quality of life.
  • Provided high quality care to the patients in the houses.
  • Provide quality care to all residents
  • Provide quality care by assisting elderly veteran patients with activities of daily living and medication administration.
  • Developed and maintained quality care systems and standards, including but not limited to, creating and improving medical protocols/guidelines.
  • Provided quality care to disabled and learning impaired children and adults of all ages.
  • provided loving and quality care of 3 young children Infant Twins & 2 Yr old as a full time nanny.
  • Provide residents with medications -Provide a safe and clean environment -Provide quality care -Maintain a clean and neat med-cart

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38. Daily Care
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Here's how Daily Care is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Recorded daily care and activity notes and significant client changes to employer/supervisor.
  • Homestead House - Beatrice, NE I was responsible for daily cares and administering medications to residents in the facility.
  • Take care of day to day personal care of patients * Make reports of their daily care; order supplies
  • Helped patients with their daily care, and prepared and administered their medications to the patient.
  • Assisted client with all aspects of daily care, including bathing, feeding and dressing.
  • Ordered and dispensed medications to patients, prepared monthly mars, daily care of patients
  • Assist in daily care of residents with memory deficit.
  • Provide daily care as needed to all residents.
  • Pass medications, Provide assistance with daily cares.
  • Assisted with daily cares for the elderly.
  • Performed daily cares with clients Assisted with medication distribution
  • Assisted the patient with the daily care activities which included bathing, oral hygiene, repositioning, ambulation, and feeding.
  • Job duties were helping residents with alzeimers and giving medications and helping with daily cares
  • Assisted residents in daily cares as needed -Passed medication and blood pressures, temps, etc -Read and documented charts
  • Assisted the elderly with daily living Administered Medications Daily care as well as Hygiene
  • Administered medicine to clients Prepared meals Transported clients for errands and shopping Assisted with daily care Light housekeeping

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39. Emotional Support
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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Fostered a home-like environment throughout the community by encouraging independence and participation in activities, and providing emotional support.
  • Provide daily physical and emotional support to residents.
  • Provided patients and families with emotional support.-Education and Training
  • Provide residents and family members with emotional support.
  • Provided emotional support and companionship to clients.
  • Provided important social and emotional support.
  • Provided patients with emotional support.
  • Assist residents with dementia and Alzheimer's disease with daily medication administration, activities of daily living, and emotional support.
  • Communicate with patients to ascertain feelings or need for assistance or social and emotional support.
  • Provided emotional support to patients who were in pain and who were suffering.
  • Promote & encourage social activities & emotional support.
  • Provided patients and families withemotional support.

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40. Staff Compliance
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Here's how Staff Compliance is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Monitored personal and staff compliance to residents rights.
  • Assured personal and staff compliance to residents.
  • Required to pass ice and water Monitors personal and staff compliance to resident's rights.

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41. Incident Reports
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Here's how Incident Reports is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Report medication errors promptly and complete incident reports if necessary.
  • Completed incident reports when required.
  • Filled out and faxed incident reports to the patient's primary doctor, alerted the on call nurse in case of emergency
  • Document pertinent information in the resident's record and complete incident reports as needed.
  • Complete incident reports if residents fell and/or went to emergency room.
  • Documented residents daily progress, incident reports and accurate medical paperwork while providing facility cleanliness, administrative support.

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42. Office Supplies
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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Inventory and order medical, lab, or office supplies or equipment.

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43. Doctor Appointments
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Here's how Doctor Appointments is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Provided daily assistance for patients with meals, hygiene, therapy, doctor appointments, ordering medications and administration of medication.
  • Scheduled doctor appointments for residents, took residents vitals, served meals, cleaned resident's laundry.
  • Accompany residents to doctor appointments, shopping, trips and outings.
  • Follow all HIPPA regulations Gather and copy paperwork for resident doctor appointments.
  • Set doctor appointments Also did rounds with scheduled doctor at the facility updating the patients health.

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44. Meal Prep
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Here's how Meal Prep is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Provided in home care for various elderly clients in need of medication distribution, meal preparation and Activities of Daily Living
  • Provided basic care for residents including but not limited to bathing, meal preparation, dressing, and laundry.
  • Assisted with daily routines in hygiene, ADL's, laundry, housework and meal prep.
  • Passed medications, only supervised 1 resident, basic CNA cares and meal prepping.
  • Pass medication, run errand, housekeeping, personal care, and meal prep
  • Assist resident in meal preparation to include cooking, eating with resident.
  • Light cleaning, meal preparation and clean up.
  • Perform light housekeeping duties and meal preparation.
  • Travel to the same client five days weekly providing care Activities, housekeeping, meal preparation, errands, etc.
  • Assist each person served with personal hygiene, general housekeeping,meal preparation, and laundry duties.
  • Assist with meal preparation and cleaning the dining room along with doingdishes and resetting dining room.
  • Pass medication, housekeeping, meal prep, and daily living activities Integrity Home Care
  • provide help such as light housekeeping, meal preparation, and medication administration.
  • Assisted residents with bathing, meal preperation and ADL's.
  • Assist with activites and also all meal preparations.
  • Assist client with meal preparation and cleaning.Skills UsedExamine documention for accuracy and completeness.
  • Light housekeeping and laundry Personal/Oral care and hygiene Meal preparation Assist patient with medication

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45. Topical Medications
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Here's how Topical Medications is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Prepared, administered and documented oral and topical medications and treatments.
  • Dispensed oral, inhalation and topical medications to patients.
  • Prepare and safely administer, the orals injectable and common topical medications.

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46. Medical Appointments
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Here's how Medical Appointments is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Schedule and arrange transportation to medical appointments for residents.
  • Scheduled and accompanied clients to medical appointments.
  • Arranged labs and medical appointments for patients/residents.
  • Arrange medical appointments and transportation.
  • Provide transportation & companionship for medical appointments as well as special errands.
  • Transported residents to/from medical appointments, various errands, and community events.
  • Schedule medical appointments and accompany the consumers on all medical trips.
  • Scheduled medical appointments for theZemps.
  • Assisted in daily living, including meal planning and preparation of meals Scheduled medical appointments in absence of family members
  • Escort consumer to all medical appointments.
  • Managed and distributed medications Charted current conditions and assisted residents in performing daily tasks Source of transportation for medical appointments
  • Transported Developmental Disabled Individuals to and from medical appointments.Implemented Treatment Plans.Monitor, document and administer medications.
  • Distributed medications to medical patients Performs Diabetic Testing Transported Patients to medical appointments
  • Obtained information about clients' medical history, drug history, complaints and allergies Scheduled clients' medical appointments.
  • Dispensed medication per doctors' orders Accurately protected client confidentiality Scheduled medical appointments Assisted with bathing, dressing, grooming and housekeeping
  • Take Individuals On Medical Appointments * Order Medications * Make Medical Appointments * File Important Paperwork

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47. Accurate Records
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Here's how Accurate Records is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Administer medications to individuals and keep accurate records.
  • Provide Outstanding care to patients, Maintain accurate records, remain calm under pressure.
  • Documented complete and accurate records in patient charts.
  • Maintained accurate records of residents care, Honest and Trustworthy condition, progress and concerns.

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48. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Hold full responsibility to over 75 residents and accountable for supervising 8 staff members.
  • Relay current patient status to oncoming staff members at every shift change.
  • Coordinated successfully with staff members ensuring the effectiveness of the shit.
  • Lead medication aide and supervisor in charge, second shift Made schedule for assisted living staff members for six months
  • Trained 12 new staff members throughout employment, providing mentorship and guidance while maintaining 92% in employment retention.
  • Provide medication for residents Assist with daily challenges for residents Communicate with other staff members, families, and doctors
  • Supervised staff of 5 staff members, Pass Medication, ADL's, and Activites .

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49. Medication Management
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Here's how Medication Management is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Provided medication management and prescribed treatments to assisted living residents.
  • Completed documentation, medication management, and bathing.
  • Assisted and observed individuals with medication management.
  • Assisted residents with daily care, medication management, light housekeeping duties.
  • Develop plans of care with medication management.
  • United States Responsible for primary care, case management, and medication management.

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50. Hippa
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Here's how Hippa is used in Medication Aide jobs:
  • Followed HIPPA Regulations and in maintaining patient confidentiality.
  • Help to with HIPPA to safeguard residence privacy and right.
  • Follow HiPPA and OSHA guidelines per policy guidelines.
  • Promote residents' independence and respecting HIPPA regulations.
  • Follow OSHA and HIPPA regulations.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Medication Aide

Blood Pressure

10.4%

ADL

9.6%

Medication Pass

8.9%

Medication Administration Record

8.7%

Vital Signs

8.0%

Personal Care

7.7%

Resident Care

4.9%

CNA

3.7%

Dementia

3.7%

Patient Care

3.5%

Daily Living Activities

3.4%

Adverse Reactions

3.3%

Medical Records

3.2%

Charge Nurse

3.2%

Alzheimer

3.1%

RN

3.1%

Medication Cart

2.9%

Customer Service

2.9%

CPR

2.8%

Direct Supervision

2.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Medication Aide

Rank Skill
1 Blood Pressure 7.5%
2 ADL 7.0%
3 Medication Pass 6.5%
4 Medication Administration Record 6.3%
5 Vital Signs 5.8%
6 Personal Care 5.6%
7 Resident Care 3.5%
8 CNA 2.7%
9 Dementia 2.7%
10 Patient Care 2.6%
11 Daily Living Activities 2.5%
12 Adverse Reactions 2.4%
13 Medical Records 2.4%
14 Charge Nurse 2.3%
15 Alzheimer 2.3%
16 RN 2.3%
17 Medication Cart 2.1%
18 Customer Service 2.1%
19 CPR 2.1%
20 Direct Supervision 2.0%
21 Physician Orders 1.8%
22 Treatment Plans 1.6%
23 Hospice 1.6%
24 Insulin Injections 1.5%
25 Memory Care 1.3%
26 Emergency Situations 1.2%
27 Infection Control 1.1%
28 Medication Room 1.1%
29 State Regulations 1.0%
30 Facility 0.9%
31 Daily Needs 0.9%
32 Phone Calls 0.8%
33 Safe Environment 0.8%
34 Data Entry 0.8%
35 Oral Medications 0.8%
36 CBG 0.8%
37 Quality Care 0.8%
38 Daily Care 0.8%
39 Emotional Support 0.7%
40 Staff Compliance 0.7%
41 Incident Reports 0.7%
42 Office Supplies 0.7%
43 Doctor Appointments 0.6%
44 Meal Prep 0.6%
45 Topical Medications 0.6%
46 Medical Appointments 0.6%
47 Accurate Records 0.6%
48 Staff Members 0.6%
49 Medication Management 0.6%
50 Hippa 0.6%
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