Top Nurses' Aide Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Nurses' Aide. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Nurses' Aide resumes they appeared on. For example, 10.7% of Nurses' Aide resumes contained Personal Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Nurses' Aide actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Nurses' Aide resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Maintain residents personal care, assist with dietary accommodations, providing assistance with daily functioning activities and monitoring safety
  • Provided excellent care to elderly and disable individuals, assisted patients with everyday activities, overall personal care.
  • Provided direct personal care to geriatric population and assisted nursing staff with assignments.
  • Provided elderly residents with personal care in an assisted living environment.
  • Assisted medical staff with personal care and rehabilitation of residents.
  • Provided personal care to residents in a skilled nursing facility
  • Complete treatment plans includes personal care and diagnostic support procedures
  • Provided personal care to residents in every capacity needed
  • Provided personal care and helped with everyday activities.
  • Provided personal care including assistance with hygiene.
  • Executed daily operations of Personal Care.
  • Provided personal care for permanent residents.
  • Provided Personal Care for resident Patient Charting
  • Provided personal care to rehab patients
  • Assist residents with the activities of daily living, including a wide range of personal care needed on a daily basis.
  • Administered treatment and personal care to patients requiring suicidal precautions, restraint, seclusion, fall, safety and elopement risk.
  • Provided personal care to patients, including; oral cleanliness, bathing, toileting, hair care, and nail care.
  • Provide care to residents, assist with personal care, vitals, and any work under the supervision of a nurse.
  • Assisted patients with daily activities such as, eating, classwork, homework, activities, and personal care needs.
  • Provided personal care and companionship to the clients, including feeding, hygiene, transportation, and overall well being.

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2. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provide daily patient care Assist various coworkers with their assignments Maintain continuous professional education Perform various tasks as necessary
  • Provided patient care using an interdisciplinary approach involving the patient, medical staff, pharmacy and laboratory.
  • Provided direct patient care to individuals living in an assisted living facility.
  • Communicated with families regarding patient care issues and related family dynamics.
  • Maintained patient care according Federal guidelines for inpatient hospital care.
  • Supplied direct and indirect patient care utilizing professional practice process.
  • Provided quality patient care in dementia care facility.
  • Documented patient care records and intake/output forms.
  • Performed personal patient care in a geriatric facility
  • Provided direct patient care to patients or clients with mental illnesses, developmental disabilities, addictions and a history of trauma.
  • Provide and assist medical staff in caring for acute, intermediate, skilled and long-term patient care in a medical setting.
  • Worked at various long term care facilities in the area in need of competent, reliable, caring patient care providers.
  • Performed patient care tasks in a household setting; medication reminders; activities of daily living assistance; minor housekeeping.
  • Worked on medical and cardiac units, assisting with patient care duties, using additional skills acquired in nursing school.
  • Shadowed the clinical and support staff in patient care activities while maintaining a high level of staff morale and professionalism.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress and problems in order to report and discuss with supervisor.
  • Performed routine patient care, such as personal hygiene, feeding, vital signs, ambulation and patient transport.
  • Assisted nurses with diverse functions including taking and documenting vital signs, clerical support and providing basic patient care.
  • Provided in home patient care, Cooking, Bathing patient, giving medicine, Shopping, and other errands
  • Draw blood, takes care of patients assists care in daily living, insures patient care, documents.

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3. ADL

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Here's how ADL is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provided residents with exceptional personal-care services including ADL, medication and toileting support.
  • Care for the intellectual all my ADLS outings trips bathing wash hair cooking prepare meals cleaning Assist with medication provide assistance.
  • Assisted patients with ADL's, recorded vitals, provided transportation, and engage in arts & crafts for mental stimulation.
  • Worked in a convalescent Hospital as a nurse's aide providing ADL's, vs's feeding, and tender loving care
  • Assist with activities of daily living (ADL) including bathing, dressing, toileting, feeding, and continence.
  • Direct patient care as an unlicensed professional including basic ADL assistance, assisting nurses with their daily tasks, etc.
  • Assist patients with ADL'S and assist physical therapist with PT/OT patient activities, and set up of CPM machines.
  • Assisted geriatric patients with ADL, recorded intake and output, maintained sanitary conditions, other duties as specified.
  • Applied heart monitors, vital signs, bathed patients, dressed patients, and helped with all ADL's.
  • Provide for the daily ADL's of patients; including personal hygiene, feeding, ambulation and ROM exercises.
  • Assisted patients with Feeding, bathing and ADL s on a memory care and hospice 30 bed unit.
  • Provided resident ADL care under the supervision of a Licensed Practical Nurse in a long term care facility.
  • Assisted resident with ADL's, light house keeping, laundered linens, and restocked closets.
  • Worked with patients that were in need of total care, unable to perform ADL's.
  • Assist residents with ADL's such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and patient charting.
  • Followed physician orders regarding resident therapy, dressings, treatments, vitals, ADLS and diets.
  • Assisted clients with (ADL's) cooked, cleaned, took blood pressure and temperature.
  • Administered medicine and injections, recorded vitals and if needed assisted residents with their ADL's
  • Home health aide follow care plan with ADL's, medication reminders, errands/doctor visits
  • Provided ADL's and worked with the care team to provide optimal patient care.

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4. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Executed daily operations of medications and vital signs.
  • Conduct patient rounds obtaining vital signs, entering patient data into EPIC EMR system, and assist with transferring of patients.
  • Performed simple arithmetic calculations in order to take and record the patient's weight, vital signs, I & O.
  • Take patient's vital signs; assist Doctors and Nurses in minor surgeries; provide personal hygiene and wound care.
  • Assisted patients with activities of daily living, obtained vital signs, daily weights, and monitored in-take and out-puts.
  • Total care of patient bathing, feeding, dressing, transporting to doctor appointments, vital signs and administrating medication.
  • Assisted patients with activities of daily living, obtained and recorded vital signs every 8 hours, assisted nurses as needed
  • Assisted patients with bathing, dressing, feeding, and other personal hygiene needs; assessed and recorded vital signs.
  • Provided aid for nurses and residents of long term care facility Took vital signs Bathed Fed Assisted in ambulation Served meals
  • Obtain vital signs, collect specimens, maintain patient hygiene and glucose monitoring, enter orders and prepare patient charts.
  • Performed routine patient assessments and charted; blood glucose monitoring, patient weights, vital signs and Intakes & Outputs.
  • Feed patients that cannot feed themselves, monitor patients' vital signs and provide companionship and emotional support.
  • Record patient vital signs, intakes, outputs, and eating habits while reporting any abnormalities to nursing staff.
  • Observed patients' conditions, measuring and recording food and liquid intake/output and vital signs, and reported changes.
  • Obtained vital signs, assisted patients with activities of daily living and other duties as delegated/assigned by nursing staff.
  • Performed assigned procedures such as dressing changes, vital signs, and record care given on designated forms.
  • Obtained vital signs, assisted with feeding, dressing and ambulating to wheel chair and going to bathroom.
  • Performed vital signs, assisted residents with their activities of daily living and tasks assigned by nursing staff.
  • Assist patients with A.M. care, take vital signs, prep for procedures, and obtain specimens.
  • Obtain resident vital signs, including blood pressure, pulse, respiration, oxygen, and temperature.

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5. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Passed medicine, Personal care of all clients, such as bathing, blood pressure, changing, turning, etc.
  • Experience with bathing, changing, colostomy bags, ambulation, lifts, transfers, blood pressure readings, respiration readings.
  • Maintained accurate daily logs and charts of patient vitals including weight, blood pressure, temperature and all related care activity.
  • Monitor temperature, pulse, blood pressure and other vital signs to detect deviations from normal and monitored condition of resident.
  • Measure and record oral, rectal, auxiliary temperatures, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure, as instructed.
  • Take vitals such as blood pressure and pulse to ensure appropriate recording of each to RN (Registered Nurse).
  • Monitored vital signs and notified nursing staff of changes in temperature, oxygen saturation, respiratory rate and blood pressure.
  • Take temperature, pulse, blood pressure, and respiration, and perform range of motion on residents as ordered.
  • Fed, bathed and assisted with dressing clients, read blood pressure, charted patients care in patient log books.
  • Examine patient for bruises, injuries, wounds, vitals including heart rate, blood pressure, and respiration.
  • Collected samples of body fluids from patients for tests and recorded blood pressure, temperature, pulse etc.
  • Take patient's temperature, pulse, blood pressure, fasting blood sugar and document/report results to RN.
  • Prepare patients for examination by performing preliminary physical tests; taking blood pressure, weight, and temperature
  • Communicate any changes in patients' condition pertaining to blood pressure, sugar levels and other vitals.
  • Check and collect vital signs like: blood pressure, temperature, oxygen, and blood sugar.
  • Performed medical procedures, including the taking of blood pressure, pulse, temp, and respiration.
  • Assisted in transporting, weighing and taking client's temperatures, blood pressure, respiration and pulse.
  • Blood pressure and temperature checks * Vision and eye testing * Update student medical files while maintaining confidentiality
  • Performed routine tests, such as taking a patient's temperature, pulse, and blood pressure.
  • Helped nurses out with routine duties such as giving medications, checking blood pressure, moving patients.

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6. Nurse Aide

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Here's how Nurse Aide is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Certificate of Successful Completion of Nurse Aide Training and Competency Evaluation Program
  • Processed hearing requests and corresponded with Nurse Aide Training Program administrators.
  • Coordinate with nurses, nurse aides, technicians, doctors, and other transporters to meet the needs of the patient.
  • Assisted home health administrative assistant in tracking and maintaining Nurse Aide and Professional Home Health staff s health and personal files.
  • Nurse Aide assist patents and Nurses with daily living routines, such as showering, walking, eating and various others routines
  • Train nurse aide students on requisite skills and patient care techniques required to successfully pass the state examination and complete certification.
  • Conduct manual skills and written/oral testing of nurse aide candidates with policies of DHSR, Pearson VUE, and NACES.
  • Helped train new nurse aides to the facility and made sure they knew how to help residents to best of abilities
  • Performed similar position responsibilities as listed under State Tested Nurse Aide at Hardin Hill Health Center in Kenton, Ohio.
  • Worked as a nurse aide in many facilities throughout Grand Rapids as support staff for when they were short staffed.
  • Served as primary classroom and clinical instructor of levels 1 & 2 nurse aide course for high school careers program.
  • Recorded data on bowel movement sheet, weight sheet, nurse aide flow sheet, and resident information tracking application.
  • Assessed and evaluated nurse aide skills, grades & revision of student contracts, administered final skills and written exams.
  • Performed Resident/ Nurse Aide duties, such as cooking, cleaning, washing clothes or dishes, or running errands.
  • Record patient data such as intake and output, vital signs, and activity on nurse aide flow sheet.
  • Train and prepare Nurse Aide students during 3 week course for certification through lecture, skills lab and clinical experience
  • Instruct theory and clinical portions of The Nurse aide training, preparing adult students to schedule state test.
  • Assisted nurse aides in providing residents with care in partial bed bath, medication, meals, etc.
  • Certified Nurse Aide, Care for elderly after surgery, Laundry, Dishes, Cook, House Keeping.
  • Train and evaluates the Nurse Aide students in the clinical and simulated laboratory setting and provides classroom instruction.

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7. Daily Living Activities

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Here's how Daily Living Activities is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assisted with distribution and documentation of patient medicine and provide necessary assistance for patients needing help with daily living activities.
  • Cared for elderly residents providing assistance with daily living activities and emotional support
  • Facilitate daily living activities for residents.
  • Help residents with daily living activities
  • Participate in daily living activities on the unit for patients and contribute to the development of a therapeutic unit environment.
  • Assisted patients with management of their daily living activities to include providing basic patient care under direction of nursing staff.
  • Assisted the elderly, convalescents, or persons with disabilities with daily living activities in a skilled care facility.
  • Provide basic direct patient care and assist with daily living activities depending on the specific needs of the patient.
  • Assisted with daily living activities at client s home or in a residential facility according to care chart.
  • Assisted senior citizens with daily living activities provided support to family at the end of life of loved one
  • Performed daily activities with residents, such as bedtime routines, meal times, and daily living activities.
  • Provided patient care including bathing, dressing, feeding, and assistance with recreational and daily living activities.
  • Helped patients with daily living activities such as feeding, bathing and other areas of personal hygiene.
  • Assist residents with daily living activities, serve meals, general cleaning, stocking of medical supplies.
  • Assisted patients with daily living activities (bathing, feeding, getting dressed, etc.).
  • Assisted residents of nursing home with daily living activities: bathing, grooming, eating and walking.
  • Implemented therapeutic patient activities, monitored their progress, and assisted them with daily living activities.
  • Assist residents in daily living activities, personal and comfort care, and managing treatment plans.
  • Assisted with daily living activities, provided basic care to patients, assist the nursing staff.
  • Perform daily living activities such as morning care, toileting, turning, feeding and transferring.

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8. Fluid Intake

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Here's how Fluid Intake is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Monitored fluid intake/output and vital signs.
  • Take and records vital signs, blood sugar check and food and fluid intake and output, as directed.
  • Planned, prepared and served meals and snacks according to prescribed diets and observed nutrition and fluid intake.
  • Tracked temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respiration rates, food/fluid intake and output as directed.
  • Obtained, recorded & reported patients' vital signs, fluid intake/output & status of patients.
  • Recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respiration rates, food and fluid intake/output.
  • Record vital signs, and fluid intake-output as directed; kept record of medications reminder.
  • Observe fluid intake and output, report abnormal changes or patterns to nursing staff.
  • Measured and recorded height and weight and recorded fluid intake and output.
  • Monitored fluid intake and output levels and obtained accurate vital signs.
  • Record vital signs and fluid intake-output as directed.
  • Checked food trays, monitored food and fluid intake
  • Ensured Adequate Nutrition and fluid intake of patient.
  • Set up meal trays and document food/fluid intake.
  • Record the fluid intake and output of patients.
  • Calculated and recorded fluid intake and outtake.
  • Recorded vital signs and fluid intake/ output.
  • Monitored and recorded medical and fluid intake.
  • Encouraged and documented nutrition and fluid intake.
  • Followed safe lifting techniques and individual resident lifting instructions.Assisted with adequate nutrition and fluid intake.

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9. Dementia

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Here's how Dementia is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver positive, patient-centered care with complex clients including those with dementia or mental handicaps.
  • Worked primarily with dementia patients, occasionally with the assisted living residents.
  • Diffused extremely anxious and traumatic situations for confused patients suffering from dementia.
  • Specialized activity programs designed for residents with Dementia diagnosis.
  • Cared for patients with dementia and other cognitive impairments
  • Provided basic patient care for residents with dementia
  • Worked independently caring for dementia residents.
  • Worked primarily on dementia units.
  • Assisted the elderly and those suffering with dementia with their activities of daily living, as well as housekeeping duties.
  • Provide quality care to residents in the assisted living facility on both traditional side and in the dementia unit.
  • Provided assistance and companionship to a 95-year-old geriatric woman who was suffering from severe dementia (final stages).
  • Assist resident with activity daily living in long term, rehab, dementia, and assisted living units.
  • Provided Counseling and rehabilitation services to clients suffering from dementia, schizophrenia, and post traumatic stress disorder.
  • Provided in home care for an elderly relative diagnosed with dementia and complicated by multiple medical conditions.
  • Assist patient with bathing, assist with medicine, cook and clean for patient, patient has dementia
  • Cared for clients with diagnoses such as Diabetes, Parkinson's, Dementia and End Stage.
  • Assisted end of the stage dementia residents, overlooking feeding, dressing, hygiene needs.
  • Worked on a lock-down dementia unit taking care of residents with their active daily living.
  • Provide Activities of Daily Living for residents with dementia and Psychiatric diagnosis.
  • Specialized in the care of dementia, disable, and geriatric patients.

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10. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Administrated and recorded vital signs ensuring to immediately notify patient's doctor if any new health concerns developed.
  • Reviewed documents with incoming patients to verify insurance, government, and agency requirements.
  • Direct care to those requiring rehabilitation to return to independent living.
  • Coordinated and supervised morning and evening exercise programs.
  • Administered medication/narcotics at time prescribed or PRN
  • Received opportunity to be one of four PRN staff that was responsible for caring for different patients on a daily basis.
  • Assisted with the removal of dressings, the cleaning of burns and other wounds and the redressing of the affected areas.
  • Prepared care plan, assistant to RN, vitals, charting and helped patient with daily medical and physical needs.
  • Recorded patient's information by making entries in patient's journal; notifying agency nursing supervisor of changing unusual conditions.
  • Assist patients with mobility: provide range of motion exercises, turn and position patients, transfer patients to wheelchairs/stretchers.
  • Reported to the RN Nurse of the status of patient by spending maximum time in the room with the patient.
  • Cared for residents - Fed, bathed, assisted with medication under RN supervision - Interacted with residents on daily basis
  • Earned a reputation as the 'go-to' tech for handling more difficult patients using calming techniques and acute observation skills.
  • Assist with meals, activities, personal hygiene, light house cleaning, and morning and night time ADL's
  • Turn patients who are restricted in bed to prevent bed sores and assisting patients with mobility problems walk around.
  • Helped with feeding and washing as well as documented sleep patterns and eating patterns and reported any unusual behavior.
  • Worked directly under the supervision of a Rn, monitored behavior, completed charting individual health or care plans.
  • Worked as a Nurse Technician under the supervision of an RN in the float pool in the PCU units.
  • Observed patients' physical, mental, and emotional conditions and reported abnormal changes or patterns to nursing staff.
  • Provide activities of daily living by assisting with feeding, ambulatory, and turning and positioning patients.

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11. Alzheimer

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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provided assistance and/or full care to residents in an assisted living/Alzheimer facility.
  • Documented Alzheimer residents physical and behavioral changes.
  • Distributed medications for Alzheimer/Dementia patients.
  • Offered care, conversation and companionship to long-term care, Hospice and Alzheimer patients, establishing positive patient relationships and morale.
  • Worked in all units from Assisted Living to the Alzheimer's unit caring for the daily needs of elderly individuals.
  • Worked in different facilities helping with patients with schizophrenia, bi-polar, Alzheimer's, dementia, and disabilities etc.
  • Provided care and ensured the well-being of patients with Alzheimer's disease and related afflictions in an assisted living community.
  • Worked as Nurse Aide Long Term & Short Term Skilled experience, Dementia/Alzheimer's Unit experience and Assisted Living experience.
  • Prepared meals and conducted activities for five residents with Alzheimer's disease and dementia in a care home setting.
  • Provide comfort and care to dementia/Alzheimer's patients in times of distress, agitation, delusions, and wandering.
  • Worked in Alzheimer's unit, personal hygiene, grooming, dressing, feeding, light housekeeping, laundry,
  • Experienced working with the elderly, Alzheimer's or dementia patients, physically disabled clients and mentally disabled clients.
  • Provide nursing care to geriatric, terminally ill, Alzheimer's, acute head trauma and persistent coma patients
  • Worked in an Alzheimer's Unit with residents who were in various stages of the Alzheimer's disease.
  • Demonstrated the ability to interact with Elderly and Alzheimer patients from diverse cultures and Provided quality patient care.
  • Provided quality care, behavioral/emotional support and supervision to residents in the Alzheimer's unit of this home.
  • Provided health care on four separate units: Alzheimer's, Rehabilitation, Total Care, and Hospice.
  • Helped patients with Alzheimer decease by providing them daily living functions, activities and personal hygiene needs.
  • Provided physical and emotional support for residents with dementia, Alzheimer's, physical and mental challenges.
  • Work with different type of clients (from Alzheimer's, Dementia, Developmentally delayed clients).

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12. CNA

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Here's how CNA is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Administer standardized clinical skills and computer testing to candidates for Florida CNA certification
  • Obtained, recorded, and monitored vital signs with the assistance of a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).
  • State Certified Nurses Aid CNA responsibilities and duties included with long-term care of patients in nursing home.
  • Administer standardized certification exams (Written and Clinical) to Nurse Aides seeking state certification as CNA.
  • Provide high-quality patient care as an in-demand CNA within acute-care, rehabilitation, hospice and nursing-home settings.
  • Worked under CNA's and RN's to help care for patients in the hospital setting.
  • Study to get my CNA license took CNA classes, and assisted with Rehabilitation patients.
  • Performed Nursing Assistant Care in the hospital setting, all duties completed under CNA job title
  • Trained new hire CNA's to transition into their position of a Certified Nurse Assistant.
  • Shadowed CNA's in restorative, memory unit, and long term care.
  • Performed CNA skills such as bathing, clothing, and feeding residents.
  • Nurse Aide Trainee taking CNA classes and working as a Nurse Aide.
  • Performed all tasks within the CNA scope of practice while maintaining patient safety
  • Carried out the primary duties and responsibilities of a CNA/nurse intern.
  • Trained new CNA's on policies and procedures of the facility.
  • Obtained CNA certification as working as a Nurse's Aide.
  • Performed vitals and noted any abnormal findings to CNA receptor.
  • Helped CNA change residents, get dressed, and feed.
  • Teach CNA classes to High School Students and Traditional students.
  • Administered Arkansas Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) exam.

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13. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provided nursing support and implemented health care plans for a variety of physiological and psychological ailments
  • Volunteer as a nurse aide, to help benefit with my medical skills that I have learned from health care class.
  • Experienced working in a long-term care facility, in home health care and in a doctor's office or clinic.
  • Provided high levels of care, maintained high standards in, sanitation and safety and complied with health care guidelines.
  • Assist in the development and promotion of Health Career Academies in partnership with Tech Prep Coordinator and area high schools.
  • Provide exceptional home health care services that ensure comfort, empower patients, and enhance their quality of home living.
  • Provided coaching for High School students aspiring to work in the health care facility so they care provide high-quality care.
  • Work cooperatively with patients, families, and other members of the health care team to provide individualized care.
  • Assisted clients in daily health care needs and helped manage their home to assure maximum comfort and needed functionality.
  • Worked as a Nursing aide with health care duties, product assistance and cleaning while providing excellent service.
  • Identify current and emerging trends and opportunities in health care to develop and maintain visionary and responsive curriculum.
  • Collaborated with other members of the health care team to ensure the proper care and safety of residents.
  • Compiled and maintains medical records of patient of health care delivery system to document patient condition and treatment.
  • Participate in quality patient care delivery, efficient patient flow and effective communication with health care team.
  • Provide basic care for patients, such as health care, hygiene, nutrition and daily activities.
  • Experienced working in a long-term care facility, in home health care and in a group home.
  • Provide health care for residents, cleaning, escort to meals, bathing, and medication.
  • Assisted the volunteer nurses at a free clinic to provide quality health care to the uninsured.
  • Completed training at Sutton Hill Nursing Home, managed by Genesis Health Care for Nurses Aide.
  • Provide home health care to between 2-5 patients per day including ADL's and vitals assessment.

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14. Bed Linens

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Here's how Bed Linens is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Bathe, dress, feed client with some assistants, change bed linens, take vitals, enter data each shift.
  • Assisted in everyday living activities such as feeding, bathing, transporting to/from activities, changing bed linens, etc.
  • Provide basic care needs to residents such as feed, bath, dress, groom and change bed linens.
  • Perform basic housekeeping tasks such as changing the bed linens, moving them from the bed to bathroom.
  • Change bed linens, clean clients rooms, Take vitals, entered clients data at end of shift.
  • Changed bed linens, washed and cleaned patients' quarters and conversed and kept patients mentally alert.
  • Performed light housekeeping tasks such as changing bed linens, laundry, cleaning, and meal preparation.
  • Measure vital signs, change bed linens and report changes in the patient's condition to Nursing/Medical staff
  • Changed bed linens, ran errands, directed visitors, stocked linens and supplies at nurses station.
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing laundry, and help with dressing and grooming.
  • Assisted with ADL which included bathing, feeding, dressing and changing bed linens as needed.
  • Measured vital signs change bed linens and reported changes in older adults condition to medical staff.
  • Keep rooms the client uses clean, including making bed, changing bed linens, etc
  • Changed bed linens, cleaned laundry and assisted in keeping the house neat and clean.
  • Changed patients' bed linens, washed and ironed laundry and other personal needs.
  • Changed bed linens, and kept patients' rooms neat and organized daily.
  • Changed bed linens, pillows, and prepared patient's meals daily.
  • Assist with bathing, patient hygiene needs, changing bed linens.
  • Changed bed linens and kept the patients mentally healthy and alert.
  • Changed bed linens and ensured to maintain a hygienic environment.

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15. Daily Care

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Here's how Daily Care is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assisted with daily cares.-Handled Charting-Behavioral Monitoring -Medication Administration
  • Provided daily care and daily meals for residents, performed daily household chores, administered medication
  • Assist patients with daily care and rehabilitation
  • Provide daily care for residents which includes; bathing, toileting, feeding, grooming, exercising, and catheter care.
  • Supported daily care activity of the patients: toileting, hygiene, feeding, motor leaning, and medication disbursement.
  • Assisted patients with daily care, obtained vital signs, lab specimens and reported significant changes to nurse in charge.
  • Provided safe care for patients*Assisting patients with daily care and needs including vitals, charting, information and behaviors.
  • Provide daily care for elderly and disabled clients that include personal care tasks, housekeeping tasks and respite care.
  • Performed personal daily care tasks such as hygiene, ambulation, eating, dressing, toileting and shaving.
  • Generated daily care reports in Excel with all personal medical data, maintaining a 100% accuracy rate.
  • Assist patients with daily care needs and give them someone to talk to in time of need.
  • Provide daily care for the patients and to offer emotional support to them and their families.
  • Assisted rehab patients with exercise, showers, dressing, feeding, and other daily care.
  • Assessed vitals and documented in daily logs along with daily cares assigned for each individual resident.
  • Encouraged residents to partake in their daily care while helping to keep residents in good moods.
  • Prioritized patients' daily care according to acuity as well as scheduled patients' procedures.
  • Assisted with vital signs, bathing, feeding, wound care and daily care tasks.
  • Assist residents with daily living needs* Safely use lifts* Chart daily care* Use proper body mechanics
  • Assisted them with their daily care needs such as; bathing and dressing them.
  • Worked directly under the supervision of Registered nursing staff providing daily care to patients.

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16. Emotional Support

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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Performed various medical and social functions including maintaining hygiene; ensuring prescription routine and emotional support.
  • Provided pt and family with emotional support and instruction in adapting to disability.
  • Provided behavioral and emotional support and supervision for those patients with dementia-related illnesses.
  • Provided patients with emotional support and created a comfortable atmosphere.
  • Provided companionship and emotional support to patients and family members.
  • Provided emotional support to patients in challenging situations.
  • Ensured patients received essential social and emotional support.
  • Interacted with residents and provided emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support and support organizing.
  • Answered patients calls, provided physical and emotional support, managed records, medications and patient symptoms, reporting and deficiencies.
  • Provided physical and emotional support by reminding patients of daily activities and acting as an assistant to seniors in wheelchairs.
  • Checked and recorded vital signs, assisted with meals, provided hygienic care, and emotional support to patients.
  • Provided emotional support and genuine care to patients struggling with suicidal thoughts, depression, confusion, and disorientation.
  • Offer the patient emotional support, accompanying them to recreational activities, appointments, and preparing their meals.
  • Provided emotional support to families during their time of grieving and assisted in the yearly pastoral service.
  • Assisted nursing staff with patient's personal care, emotional support and activities of daily living.
  • Provide emotional support for patients and family members through the difficult intensive care unit stay.
  • Offer assurance, emotional support and comfort measures to residents and their families.
  • Provided emotional support for patient and patient's family during times of crisis.
  • Provided patients' and families with emotional support as needed or instructed.

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17. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Certified Nurses Assistant-Taking vital, blood pressure, pulse-Assist with daily activities-Assist nursing staff-Charting our daily activities-Great customer service
  • Executed outstanding customer service skills while accommodating patients and family members.
  • Provided excellent customer service to residents and their family members.
  • Exceeded customer service responsibilities by treating clients as family members.
  • Provided prompt customer service and patient/family focused care.
  • Acknowledged as a total quality customer service representative.
  • Performed duties: bathing, cleaning, bed making, feeding and customer service, assisting clients with medication and meal preparation
  • Provided exceptional customer service while educating both the patient and their family about diagnostic procedures, medications, and lab results.
  • Provide quality customer service as well as a comfortable living experience to the residents and family members of that community.
  • Answered the phone and provided excellent customer service all that had questions, comments or concerns.
  • Provide customer service to elderly in need and their love ones when they come visit.
  • Provided support and customer service to family and staff via phone and in person.
  • Provided a high level of customer service to patients, family, and fellow employees
  • Worked with customer services manager to ensure proper customer services is being delivered.
  • Maintained professional and friendly customer service to residents, family members and staff.
  • Utilized my knowledge and customer service experience to process doctor s orders.
  • General office duties to include customer service, filing and data entry.
  • Provided excellent customer service to the patient's and their families.
  • Time Management Training, Stellar Customer Service Training, Calm Effectiveness.
  • Trained new employees with emphasis on customer service and problem solving.

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18. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Obtained CPR certification*Successfully completed training in order to become a Certified Nurse Assistant
  • Provided CPR/First Aid, nursing care, health education and counseling to residents of a Life Care Retirement Facility.
  • Maintained current CPR and hospital policies, worked with patients ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics on a daily basis.
  • Prepared and cooked meals, housekeeping, took and recorded vital signs, CPR and administered patients medication.
  • Provide First Aid and CPR when necessary as well as bandage and clean surgical wounds.
  • Attended regulatory meetings about health, safety and was certified to administer CPR.
  • Certified in CPR, first aide, defensive driving and fire safety.
  • Perform opening and maintaining an airway; ventilating patients, and CPR.
  • Completed CPR and Nurse Aide training during this time period.
  • Skilled Nurse Aide who completed CENA classes and CPR training.
  • Teach introduction to Health Care, CPR and First Aid.
  • Trained in CPR, First Aid and Blood Born Pathogens.
  • Have first aid and infant and adult CPR certificates.
  • Maintained CPR and first Aide and safety certifications.
  • Date Nov. 2013American Red Cross, CPR/AED certified
  • Certified Nurses aid and CPR training
  • Learn CPR, how to give Enema, use Lift for bath how and to Restrain when needed.
  • helped with feeding and bathing of patients, acquired CPR Certification, answered patient call lights, performed light housekeeping duties
  • 2012Graduated Nurse Aid - State of MichiganCPR certified through American Heart AssociationFirst Aid trainedHome Health Aid Certified (HHA)
  • Provide CPR/BLS training and lesson plans Assisting students with job search, resume writing and interviewing skills.

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19. Bedridden Patients

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Here's how Bedridden Patients is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Turned and re-positioned bedridden patients to prevent pressure ulcers.
  • Re-positioned bedridden patients to prevent bedsores
  • Re-positioned bedridden patients every two hours, to prevent bedsores.
  • Rolled over bedridden patients every two hours.
  • Turn bedridden patients every two hours.
  • Turned and repositioned bedridden patients, alone or with assistance to minimize possibility of patient contract bedsores.
  • Turned and repositioned bedridden patients to prevent bedsores and transporting patients.
  • Turned and reposition bedridden patients to prevent bedsores, while observing patients conditions.
  • Turned and re-positioned bedridden patients, alone and with assistance, to preventbedsores.
  • Answer patient call signals, turn, and reposition bedridden patients.
  • Answer the patients call lights, turn and reposition bedridden patients.
  • Reposition bedridden patients so they do not develop bedsores.
  • Turn or re positionbedridden patients.
  • Administered rectum suppository Applied and changed wound dressings Changed linen, positioned bedridden patients, socialize and restrained patients if necessary
  • Turn or reposition bedridden patients.Undress, wash, and dress patients who are unable to do so for themselves.
  • Help patients to eat, dress and bathe Deliver messages Serve meals Turn and reposition bedridden patients to prevent bedsores.

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20. Bed Baths

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Here's how Bed Baths is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Perform vital signs, blood Glucose monitoring, feed patients, Bed baths, oral hygiene, Observe fluid intake output.
  • Practiced resident care such as bed baths, range of motion, oral care, feeding and other basic care needs.
  • Assisted client with morning care, including transferring to bathroom and back, dressing, grooming, bed baths.
  • Bed baths, ROM exercises, hygiene care, transfer of clients, back massage and meal preparation
  • Performed daily living activities such as bed baths, change linens, keep patient clean and dry.
  • Bed Baths, assisting with collection of specimens, charting, monitoring intake and output.
  • Take care of patient's personal hygiene's including bed baths, linens and toileting.
  • Assisted patients with activities of daily living like giving them partial bed baths etc.
  • Assisted with bed baths, change linens, change diapers, and made hydration rounds
  • Collected vitals signs on patients Helped with meals, bed baths, etc.
  • Provide residents personal hygiene by assisting with toileting, showers and bed baths.
  • Administered bed baths, wound dressings, cleaning, and catheter maintenance.
  • Provided/assisted with ADL's - bed baths, showers, dressing/undressing.
  • Bed baths, getting dressed and fixing small meals.
  • Checked vital signs, gave bed baths Set up surgical tools in Operating Room, Transported patients to and from exam room
  • Practiced geriatric care such as feeding, bed baths, vital signs, brief changing, catheter care, etc.
  • Care of bed-ridden patients, including feeding tubes, turnings, Hoyer lifts, catheter maintenance, bed baths.
  • Helped patients with their needs, check vitals Q4hrs, did accu Checks, gave bed baths
  • Assist patients with showers, linins, briefs and bed baths.
  • Assisted with activities of daily living Performed bed baths, feeding at meal times Changed and turning every two hours

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21. Meal Trays

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Here's how Meal Trays is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assist with feeding and setting up meal trays, making beds.
  • Distributed meal trays to patients, assisting with feeding when needed.
  • Prepare meal trays and assist residence during meal time.
  • Assist with personal hygiene -Pass and collect meal trays.
  • Served meal trays to patients that could fed themselves.
  • Assisted patients with setting up meal trays and eating.
  • Obtained meal trays and assisted residents with feeding.
  • Deliver meal trays and feed patients when necessary.
  • Answered call lights Passed meal trays Assisted with daily exercises and range of motion tasks

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22. Daily Needs

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Here's how Daily Needs is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assisted residents with daily needs *Charted information in an accurately and timely manner
  • Worked to meet the daily needs of the residents, including dispensing medicine, monitoring blood pressure, and overseeing diet.
  • Weekend, on-call work* Assist clients with daily needs such as grooming, bathing, dressing, social support and companionship.
  • Travel from home to nursing homes and peoples homes to take care of them and help with all their daily needs.
  • Assigned to 10 - 12 hours shifts in client homes to provide support with daily needs that they need help.
  • Tended to the daily needs of residents ranging from administration of medication to logging information and daily feeding schedule.
  • Provide all aspects of care to include medications, activities, bathing, and assisting with all daily needs.
  • Care for resident's basic daily needs, such as dressing, feeding, bathing, and observing residents.
  • Assist the residents, make sure there daily needs is met and organize different fun activities for them.
  • Work together with several other nurse aides to meet the daily needs of the residents in the facility.
  • Assisted patient with daily needs/ Household chores Took patient to doctor appointments Documented any changes in patient condition
  • Help residents with daily needs such as showers, feeding, turning in bed, and toileting.
  • Assisted residents with daily needs and activities including feeding, transporting and turning patients, bathing etc.
  • Maintained a safe and comfortable experience for patients by attending to their various daily needs.
  • Provided assistance in taking care of patients with their daily needs while encouraging self independence.
  • Help patients with daily needs such as bathing, dressing, eating and feeding them.
  • Tended to a patient's daily needs and monitored their condition through frequent contact.
  • Worked as a team member to assist patients with their daily needs of living.
  • Assisted elderly residents with daily needs such as bathing, grooming and eating.
  • Assisted patients with daily needs such as medication and all daily living skills.

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23. Resident Care

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Here's how Resident Care is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Document resident care in accordance with People first Rehabilitation, regulatory, licensing, payer and accrediting requirements.
  • Performed direct resident care duties under the supervision of a Licensed Nursing Personnel
  • Conduct safe recreational activities and documentation of all rendered resident care.
  • Performed resident care and assisted with activities of daily living
  • Maintained the confidentiality of all resident care information.
  • Provided on-call care at all times of day and night and provided primary resident care and assistance with daily living activities.
  • Assist residents with all aspects of Daily Living Activities and ensuring that the highest degree of quality resident care is maintained.
  • Provided complete care to 8 individuals in accordance with resident care policies and procedures in a private group home setting.
  • Assisted residents with bathing, dressing, feeding, lifting and transferring Assisted Nurses and nurse aides in resident care
  • Performed various resident care activities and services necessary in caring for the personal needs and comfort of the residents.
  • Instruct patients in their role in various procedures and assists in admissions and participates in resident care planning.
  • Provided nursing care under the supervision of the instructor in line with resident care policies and procedures.
  • Preformed direct resident care, administrative and other duties as assigned under the supervision of a Registered Nurse
  • Participate in the planning of resident care through shift reports and resident care staffing meetings when assigned.
  • Provided primary resident care and assistance with daily living activities and most importantly ensure HIPAA compliance.
  • Perform duties as instructed by written assignment which include resident care to be fulfilled.
  • Provided resident care, such as bathing, feeding, and personal grooming.
  • Demonstrated the ability to read, understand and follow individual resident care plans.
  • Assist the nurses as the need arises in all areas of resident care
  • Assisted with the delivery of resident care as directed by the nurse.

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24. Hoyer

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Here's how Hoyer is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Measured and recorded resident's vital signs, assisted in weight measurement, and resident transfer using a Hoyer Lift device.
  • Assisted patients with a variety of equipment, including feeding tubes, hoyer lifts, wheelchairs, walkers, and braces.
  • Use assisted equipment such as Hoyer lifts, wheelchairs, and catheters, as well as equipment for special needs.
  • Operated hoyer lift for bathroom and bedroom care such as dressing, bathing, and other activities of daily living.
  • Assisted in bathing, Hoyer Lift, the use of a commode and any other assistance needed.
  • Used Hoyer lift for clients in wheelchairs, ensuring their safety during transitions from bed and bathing.
  • Provided patient transport throughout facility utilizing wheelchairs, gurneys and Hoyer lift in addition to outside facilities.
  • Transfer resident with either gait belt, transfer board, sit to stand or hoyer lift.
  • Transfer patient from the bed, chair, or wheelchair, sometimes using the Hoyer lift.
  • Assist client with ambulation and transfers using things like the Hoyer lift and Gait belt.
  • Job consisted of hoyer lifting patients from bed to chair and chair to bed.
  • Assisted in all transfers, including the Hoyer Lift with the proper transfer technique.
  • Aided in emergencies and utilized Hoyer Lift to transfer patient from bed to chair.
  • Practiced use of gait belts and Hoyer lifts, as well as sit-to-stand lifts.
  • Provide basic care to Community Members Trained in two assists, Hoyerlift and Sit-to-stand
  • Transfer residents using a gait belt, sit-to-stand, and the Hoyer lift.
  • Use mechanical lifts such as the Hoyer and sit to stand during transfers.
  • Transported patients to treatment units, using a wheelchair and Hoyer lifts.
  • Used Hoyer Lift for residents unable to get up for themselves.
  • Use of standing and full body Hoyer lifts a regular practice.

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25. Elderly Patients

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Here's how Elderly Patients is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provided medical assistance and physical care for elderly patients
  • Provide activities of daily living to elderly patients
  • Assist the elderly patients with activities for daily living such as preparing meals, personal hygiene, exercises and taking medication.
  • Assist elderly patients with everyday tasks such as bathing, eating, hygiene, medications, and various other tasks.
  • Assist elderly patients with all forms of dementia, ensured that living conditions were both clean and sanitary.
  • Played a key role in assisting elderly patients with daily living activities to provide better end-of-life care.
  • Assisted elderly patients with activities of daily living including self-care, eating, bathing and grooming needs.
  • Assist elderly patients with daily needs of life such as bathing, eating, and getting dressed.
  • Key responsibilities in this position was to providing assistance with daily routine tasks to elderly patients.
  • Provided care to two elderly patients with dementia, diabetes and other health related issues.
  • Assisted elderly patients with feeding, bed changes, clean up, and monitor sleep activity
  • Assisted elderly patients with daily living tasks; grooming, means and provided companionship.
  • Skilled in providing necessary services like bathing, feeding and clothing to elderly patients.
  • Key responsibilities in this position was to provide home health care to elderly patients.
  • Assist patients with ADL to enhance the quality of life for the elderly patients.
  • Worked with several elderly patients with varying stages of Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia.
  • Assisted elderly patients living in a nursing facility with daily needs of life.
  • Assist elderly patients' personal hygiene, eating, changing clothes and toileting.
  • Assisted elderly patients in everyday needs such as cleaning, bathing and feeding.
  • Provide a wide range of services to elderly patients and their families.

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26. Physical Symptoms

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Here's how Physical Symptoms is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Review and document observations of patients behavior, complaints, physical symptoms, dietary restrictions, and food allergies.
  • Document or otherwise report observations of patient behavior, complaints, or physical symptoms to nurses.
  • Documented observations of patient behavior, complaints, or physical symptoms using Kiosk.
  • Recorded the residents' behavior and their physical symptoms to the medical personal in charge.
  • Document any observations of residents' behavior, complaints and physical symptoms.
  • Reported observation of residents' behaviors and physical symptoms to nurses.

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27. Charge Nurse

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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Observed patients condition and recording food and liquid intake and output, vital signs, and reported changes to charge nurse.
  • Bathe, change linens, feed, take vital signs and provide care under the supervision of the Charge Nurse.
  • Charge nurse responsible for quality patient care and assessment, medication administration, medical treatments, IV administration and charting.
  • Provided record of food intake, liquid intake, output, vital signs and changes in status to charge nurse.
  • Assisted elderly residents in activities of daily living while observing, recording, and relaying information to the charge nurse.
  • Observe and report any change in patient vital signs or status to nurse caring for patient or charge nurse.
  • Charge Nurse- overnight shift- all duties of building, reporting all falls and incidents that happen while on shift.
  • Shift Charge Nurse, preceptor to new staff, customer education, discharge planning, direct patient care provider
  • Recorded and documented incidents to the RN, charge nurse, and doctor regarding the patient's status.
  • Bathed, feed patients, kept comfortable as well as answered call lights and orders from charge nurse
  • Perform blood pressure and temperature screenings, record data and report general observations to the Charge Nurse.
  • Have daily interaction with the charge nurse to insure all resident's needs are met daily.
  • Check vital signs on patients requiring monitoring, obtained lab samples and reported to charge nurse.
  • Reported changes in patient status to charge nurse, obtained vitals, and other basic skills.
  • Record resident vital signs, weights, and other information and report to charge nurse.
  • Obtain vital signs and communicate with Charge Nurses and Family members to ensure quality care.
  • Practiced first aid measures as applicable under the direction and supervision of the charge nurse.
  • Worked as charge nurse and/or house supervisor after graduation in all areas of the hospital.
  • Collected specimens as directed by charge nurse of urine, feces, or sputum.
  • Note any unusual changes in resident's condition and report to charge nurse.

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28. Infection Control

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Here's how Infection Control is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Maintained established departmental policies, procedures, objectives, quality assurance programs, safety, environmental and infection control standards.
  • Followed universal precautions for infection control, inspected and reviewed safety hazards.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality and infection control procedures to ensure safety.
  • Gained a background in medical terminology and infection control standards.
  • Practiced proper methods of infection control and sterilization.
  • Trained in infection control and safety awareness.
  • Provided the best care possible to patients with daily needs such as personal hygiene, infection control and dietary care etc.
  • Perform all duties within guidelines for proper safety and infection control in accordance with the plan of care.
  • Nurse Aide course learning;Providing patient care Adhering to infection control protocol Experiencing team work for 1 year
  • Tracked and recorded the HIV/AIDS census for a major medical center and reported to Infection Control Department.
  • Maintained a clean, safe, and healthy environment by following company standards and basic infection control.
  • Assisted patients with daily functions (bathing, grooming, social activities) Followed infection control procedures.
  • Carried out infection control, daily care of patients, and nutrition and body mechanics.
  • Follow established policies and procedures concerning infection control and exposure to blood/ body fluids.
  • Utilized and adhered to all patient safety and infection control goals at all times.
  • Maintained cleanliness of resident's equipment to ensure infection control standards were met.
  • Ensured of the Standard Precautions and the Facility's Infection Control Policies.
  • Educated staff on proper body mechanics and infection control techniques.
  • Maintain standards of safety and infection control.
  • Understand all infection control policies.

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29. Oral Hygiene

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Here's how Oral Hygiene is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assisted with bath, shower, skincare, oral hygiene, grooming, dress-undress, emptied/cleaned urinal, changed/emptied drain bags.
  • Total care of residents, showering, oral hygiene, making beds, vital signs, reporting anything unusual to C.N.S.
  • Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding and bathroom Documented resident records on daily flow sheets.
  • Maintain proper oral hygiene by assisting or brushing teeth, providing denture care and keeping mouth clean.
  • Assisted with patients bath/shower, oral hygiene, grooming, and other bathroom assistance.
  • Provide patients with daily living skills such as bathing, oral hygiene and exercise.
  • Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, wheelchairs and automobiles.
  • Aided with personal and oral hygiene, bathing.
  • Provided routine care with oral hygiene.
  • Provide effective and routine oral hygiene.
  • Assist in oral hygiene, e.g.
  • Provide direct care and hygiene to patients including bathing, toileting, oral hygiene, incontinent care, an bed making.
  • Assist patients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, and feeding.Documents objective data and routine aspects of patient care.

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30. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Maintained a safe environment and adhered to company policies
  • Maintain a safe environment for the person served; prevent harm to person served, self, and others.
  • Accompany clients to doctors' offices or on other trips outside the home, providing a safe environment
  • Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment; Obtained household supplies and ran daily errands.
  • Provided personal care and assistance with ADL to residents and maintained a clean, safe environment.
  • Interact with clients to stimulate conversation and activity, and provide a safe environment.
  • Fostered a safe environment for patients by driving them to scheduled appointments and errands.
  • Maintained a clean, healthy, and safe environment and followed infection control procedures.
  • Prepare meals and assist clients with personal hygiene activities and maintained a safe environment.
  • Assist patients to walk, dress and groom in safe environments before discharge home.
  • Provided a safe environment for the children and encouraged good health and safety practices.
  • Prioritize patient flow and ensure the comfort of patients while ensuring a safe environment.
  • Assisted residents with their daily needs and to assure a safe environment for residents
  • Executed daily operations of keeping a safe environment for clients to remain home.
  • Maintain and create a clean and safe environment for all patients and guests.
  • Ensured a clean and safe environment for patients and patient's family.
  • Provide support and a safe environment to patients with dementia.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment for the patient.
  • Monitored residents closely and kept a safe environment 24/7.
  • Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment.nurses aid

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31. Professional Staff

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Here's how Professional Staff is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Administered basic medical treatments and assisted professional staff with more complex procedures.
  • Measured and recorded food and liquid intake and outputs as well as vital signs report change to professional staff.
  • Consulted with professional staff to make certain that health privacy and safety information was available to each resident.
  • Monitor significant changes in patient and report changes to professional staff.
  • Observed patients conditions, and reported changes to professional staff.
  • Provide appropriate secretarial support to patients/families and professional staff to ensure an efficient customer oriented practice.

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32. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Maintained accurate medical records to assure compliance with state mandates including immunizations, physical examinations, and medical conditions.
  • Transcribed physician orders and translation into electronic medical records to ensure quality patient care.
  • Service patients by scheduling appointments and maintaining medical records.
  • Documented activities of daily living in electronic medical records.
  • Scan and classify medical documents into Electronic Medical Records.
  • Provided administrative support to the Director of Medical Records.
  • Documented patient demographics and updated medical records/charts.
  • Received and processed medical records.
  • Received visitors and new patients, reviewed and updated medical records as needed, and insured all records were secured.
  • Performed administrative errands, (i.e., xeroxing, delivering patient medical records to records room, etc.).
  • Assisted nurses in range of motion exercise, technical nursing procedures and some documentation in the patient's medical records.
  • Assisted with retrieving patient charts for physicians, making copies of medical records, and filing of medical records.
  • Record patients' medical history, vital statistic or information such as test results in medical records.
  • Document all RN visits, update and reevaluate patient information in the patient's medical records.
  • Performed nurse-level medical records filing, logging patient care and behaviors on a daily basis.
  • Answered calls and took messages in the main office, organized and filed medical records.
  • Assisted patients with activities of daily living and recorded all patient activities in medical records.
  • Responded to written and telephone requests for chart, medical records, and refills.
  • Assist Doctors with procedures * Medical Records * Front Office * Appointment setter
  • Maintain current medical records, and order entry on all unit patients.

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33. Signal Lights

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Here's how Signal Lights is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Answered signal lights, bells, and intercom system to determine resident's needs.
  • Answer patient call signals and monitor signal lights to determine patients' needs.
  • Answered signal lights to determine the patients' needs.
  • Answered signal lights to assist residents with needs.
  • Answered signal lights and determined patient needs.
  • Answered signal lights,call bells and intercom system to determine patients needed.
  • Answered signal lights to determine residents needs.

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34. Patient Rooms

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Here's how Patient Rooms is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assist and perform basic and extensive patient care needs such as bathing, dressing, feeding and keeping patient rooms clean.
  • Checked patients into patient rooms, obtained and recorded patient vital signs, reason for visit, and patient history.
  • Change bed linens or made bed, cleaned and sanitize patient rooms, bathrooms, or other patient areas.
  • Prepared paperwork for other aides and kept patient rooms and common areas clean and organized.
  • Helped to stock the patient rooms and unit with the proper equipment.
  • Ensured that patient rooms met facilities standards in term of cleanliness.
  • Sanitized equipment, patient rooms, and work areas.
  • Change patients bed linens and patient rooms.
  • Maintain emergency stock rooms and patient rooms.
  • Cleaned patient rooms on a daily basis.
  • Stocked patient rooms and unit supply areas.
  • Restock nurse supplies in patient rooms.
  • Clean patient rooms and front desk area
  • Make sure the patient rooms are clean.
  • Ensured areas were clean and neat-including patient rooms Filed all paperwork accordingly
  • Perform vitals on patients, bathe residents, clean and organize patient roomsMail delivery-out going, positive attitude, fast learner
  • Changed sterile dressings Prepared patient rooms prior to their arrival to provide a comforting and soothing environment.
  • Ensured the cleanliness, sanitation, maintenance of all facilities, patient rooms, and equipment.
  • Assist patients with daily care routines including transfers Clean patient rooms, common areas and offices
  • Keep patient rooms clean and free of trash and dirty linin.

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35. Respiration Rate

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Here's how Respiration Rate is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Measure and report vitals (temperature/pulse/respiration rate/blood pressure).
  • Followed proper procedures for monitoring temperature & respiration rate
  • Recorded vital signs, including temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rate, as directed by medical or nursing staff
  • Take patients temperate, pulse, respiration rate making sure everything is accurate and okay in those areas.
  • Take patient's temperate, pulse, respiration rate, blood pressure and determine if range is abnormal.
  • Record vital signs, such as respiration rate, as directed by medical or nursing staff.
  • Monitored patient basic vital signs such as respiration rate, temperature, and blood pressure.
  • Take patient's temperate, pulse, and respiration rate and Store and move supplies.
  • Record vital signs such as temperature blood pressure, pulse, or respiration rate.
  • Monitor each patient's temperature, pulse, respiration rate, and blood pressure.
  • Take patients vitals - temperature, pulse, blood pressure and respiration rate.
  • Checked patient's pulse rate, temperature, and respiration rate.
  • Provide hands-on care to pediatric patients with mental health or disability Take patient's temperate, pulse, and respiration rate.
  • Accompanied and Scheduled clients for appointments Recorded Basic vital signs, such as respiration rate, temperature and blood pressure.
  • Perform routine tasks Take resident's temperate, pulse, and respiration rate.
  • Take patient's temperature,pulse and respiration rate.

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36. Physical Therapy

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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Selected as permanent Orthopedics Nurse Aide with increased responsibility in helping with physical therapy.
  • Assisted in provision of physical therapy to elderly clients to maximize independence.
  • Provided stimulating companionship, reading and assisting with physical therapy exercises.
  • Followed therapy plans from Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy after patients were discharged.
  • Collected and recorded vital signs, and performed basic physical therapy
  • Obtained and delivered meditation from pharmacy to physical therapy.
  • Rehabilitated residents with Physical Therapy every Thursday and Tuesdays.
  • Assisted with treating patients in Physical Therapy
  • Assisted residents with physical therapy.
  • Helped with physical therapy activities.
  • Assisted in physical therapy department.
  • Assisted residents in physical therapy.
  • Work with clients daily living duties, physical therapy, medication help, wound care, vitals, and house work.
  • Worked along with physical therapy department in the restoration of various patients on therapy unit at skilled nursing facility.
  • Transcribed patient's orders, including medications, physical therapy, dietary, and laboratory studies and examinations.
  • Fed, bathed, dressed and assisted patients with whatever they needed, including preparing for physical therapy.
  • Assisted patient in getting dressed, so that she would be ready for physical therapy.
  • Transported residents to and from activities, doctor appointments, and physical therapy as needed.
  • Assisted patients with physical therapy sessions, maintain patient hygiene and physical wellness.
  • Escort patient(s) to physical therapy or day room.

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37. Medical Staff

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Communicated resident health progress to other authorized medical staff.
  • Assisted the medical staff with all needs during codes, retrieving medications from the pharmacy and cleaning areas as needed.
  • Coordinate the replenishment of medical supplies and support the rehabilitation medical staff, from the central supply medical supply room.
  • Direct phones call to appropriate RN, inform medical staff of patient s requests, and manage the nurse station.
  • Worked closely with nurses and medical staff to ensure that patients were provided basic care on a daily basis.
  • Contributed to the development of the patient care plan under the direction of nursing and medical Staff.
  • Measured and recorded food and liquid intake and output per orders from medical staff.
  • Assisted the medical staff and supervisor in day to day operations of the program.
  • Performed duties to care for patients as assigned by medical staff and nurses.
  • Managed and assessed issues on behalf of patient to primary medical staff.
  • Report changes in the patient's condition to the medical staff promptly.
  • Monitor patient's physical and emotional well-being and report to medical staff.
  • Provided accurate medical record keeping and reported changes to medical staff.
  • Perform routine tasks under the supervision of nursing and medical staff.
  • Worked under the supervision of Registered Nurses and other medical staffs.
  • Assisted medical staff with patients who are waking up from anesthesia.
  • Collaborate with medical staff to provide care and safety for patients.
  • Assist medical staff in providing care for inpatients and ER patients.
  • Provided information and relayed messages to patients and medical staff.
  • Performed a variety of tasks while assisting the medical staff.

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38. Meal Prep

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Here's how Meal Prep is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Included: Med distribution-Bathing-Dressing-Meal Prep-Shopping-Dr. Visits- Sugar tests and monitoring weight and water retention levels.
  • Planned and executed meal preparation.
  • Assist clients with activities of daily living, errands, light housekeeping, meal preparation, and individual needs of clients.
  • Provided patients with hygiene care, meal preparation, laundry, and transportation to appointments, shopping & social events.
  • Assist with bathing, dressing, and meal preparation as well as medication reminders and report any health changes.
  • Visited patients with leprosy, attended group therapy, and helped with daily chores and meal preparation.
  • Assist patients with activities of daily living including bathing, dressing, meal preparation and ambulation.
  • Assist in daily activities, personal grooming, meal prep;bathing, and light housekeeping.
  • Provided care for up to 16 residents, as well as meal preparation and light housekeeping.
  • Assisted an elderly resident with personal hygiene, meal preparation, and other daily living needs.
  • Assist the residents in the activities of daily living, laundry, and meal preparation
  • Teach residents about hygiene, meal preparation, taking medication, cleaning home.
  • Administered medications, helped clients with meal preparation and clean up.
  • Light housekeeping, Meal preparation and errands pertaining to clients needs.
  • Helped with light housing, meal preparation and organizing mail.
  • Engaged in activities for elders assisted with meal preparation.
  • Assisted in bathing, grooming, and meal preparation.
  • Assisted in meal preparation, feeding and cleaning.
  • Assisted in feeding and meal preparation as needed.
  • Assist with menu and meal preparation.

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39. Physical Support

low Demand
Here's how Physical Support is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provided physical support to assist patients in bathing, dressing, standing, walking, and exercising
  • Provided physical support to a disabled man and assisted him with daily living.
  • Provided emotional and physical support to pediatric patients in their family homes.
  • Provide physical support to assist patients to perform daily living activities, especially those who are immediately postpartum or postoperative.
  • Documented vital signs and any pertinent changes in a residents condition Demonstrated exceptional organizational skills provided emotional and physical support
  • Provide physical support to assist patients to perform daily living activities and maintaining residents privacy and dignity

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40. Skin Care

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Here's how Skin Care is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provide assistants with ADL's such as bathing, mouth care, skin care, and ambulating.
  • Provided skin care to patients; took temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure.
  • Deliver them to operating rooms, provide skin care, set up equipment.
  • Provided wound care and skin care, planned individual and joint activities.
  • Provide showers & skin care to residents who require it.
  • Prepared and conducted various skin care treatments for patients.
  • Provide skin care on residents.
  • Perform ADL's, skin care, and range of motion exercises.
  • Provide nail, hair, and skin care.
  • Make beds and perform light housekeeping duties in patient's rooms Provide skin care.
  • Feed patient and mash up food if necessary , take patients on walk , provide skin care , set up equipment.

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41. Oral Care

low Demand
Here's how Oral Care is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Helped patient in shaving, bathing, dressing, shopping, feeding, oral care and simple wound care.
  • Provide hand on care to the residents, including dressing, bathing, nail care, and oral care.
  • Fed, Showered, gave Oral Care, assisted with transfers and ambulation, and made occupied beds.
  • Assist with personal hygiene such as bathing, and oral care (brushing teeth or denture care).
  • Assist patients by providing hands-on care with daily hygiene, including bathing, feeding, and oral care.
  • Assisted patients with hygiene care and oral care in order to ensure health.
  • Assist patients with personal hygiene, oral care, and medication.
  • Assist patient with showering, oral care, and grooming.
  • Learn how to do Oral Care on the patient.
  • provide care for residents, and assist with dressing, oral care, answering call lights, passing water and bathing
  • Sustain patient hygiene by clothing them, providing oral care, giving sponge baths, and providing perineal care.
  • Assisted patients with getting where they needed to go, bathing, dressing,oral care, etc.
  • Assist patients with activities of daily living (bathing, maintaining oral care, meals, peri-care.)
  • Assisted with ADLS: bathing, dressing, oral care, exercising.
  • turn patients, AM and oral care, feed patients,
  • Changed the residents position every two hours Assisted residents with oral care Performed range of motion Facilitated pulse and respiration
  • Help eat and bathe Provide basic living care Help dress and oral care Help nurse with vitals
  • Feed patients and provide oral care Postmortem care Assist/Perform Bathing Worked both day and night shifts

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42. EKG

low Demand
Here's how EKG is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provided 12 lead EKG's, assisted with various stress tests Skills include vitals, transporting, blood glucose monitoring.
  • Received training in 12-Lead EKG, commencing and discontinuing Foley catheters, IVs and proper suctioning techniques.
  • Obtained patient information, took vitals, ensured medications were current and performed EKG's as needed.
  • Recognized acute rhythm disturbances and EKG abnormalities during course of stress testing and contacted physician as needed.
  • Assisted nursing staff with doing EKG testing, and taking blood work to lab when needed.
  • Counseled patients and families on variety of health issues; glucose checks, and EKG's.
  • Apply and monitor patients who need the EKG machine and document and report any changes.
  • Obtained vital signs, performed EKG's, and collected samples for lab tests.
  • Experienced in operating Dina map, EKG, and ACCU Check machines.
  • Operate electrocardiogram (EKG), perform hearing and vision testing.
  • Observed monitoring of patients using current technology such as EKG's.
  • Performed EKG's, administered Oxygen and monitored vital signs.
  • Performed 12-lead EKG's on patients with Cardiac issues.
  • Performed patient care and patient monitoring including EKG tests.
  • Performed and recorded EKG's.
  • Provide: Personal Care and EKG TESTING FOR PATIENT, Bladder Scan and Catheter care.
  • Check and record vital signs, perform EKG's.
  • Experienced in the use of EKG.
  • Performed EKG's during code blues.
  • Preform EKG s when needed.

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43. Intercom Systems

low Demand
Here's how Intercom Systems is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Provided care for patients by answering patient call signals, or intercom systems to determine patients' needs.
  • Answered patient call signals, signal lights, bells, or intercom systems to determine patients' needs.
  • Answer patient call signals, signal lights bell, or intercom systems to determine patients needs.
  • Answered calls or intercom systems for the nurse's office.
  • Answer signal lights,bells,or intercom systems to determine patient's needs.
  • Answered signal lights, bells and intercom systems to determine patients' needs.Bathed, dressed and undressed patients.

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44. Patient Behavior

low Demand
Here's how Patient Behavior is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Monitored, documented and reported patient conditions changes in conditions and patient behavior.
  • Documented and reported observations of patient behavior, complaints and physical symptoms.
  • Implement individual treatment plans, record patient behavior and provide a safe, supportive environment for the patient.
  • Document or otherwise report observation of patient behavior, complaints, or physical symptoms to nurse.
  • Provide care to patients individually or in groups; observe and document patient behavior.
  • Answer call lights and report changes in patient behavior and conditions.
  • Report observations of patient behavior and status to the RN.
  • Monitor patient behaviors by charting reports to Nurses.
  • Document patient behaviors and any changes in symptoms.
  • Observed and recorded patient behaviors, redirecting female residents exhibiting inappropriateconduct.
  • Promote mental and physical health - Document/Report observations of patient behavior, complaints, or physical symptoms to RN.
  • Document or otherwise report observations of patient behavior Administer medications or treatments, Answer patient call signals.
  • Identified changes in patient behavior and responses and reported data to healthcare teams.
  • Observe patient behavior socially, mentally and repond to the call light and patient request.

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45. Treatment Units

low Demand
Here's how Treatment Units is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Transport patients to treatment units, prepare, serve, and collect food trays.
  • Transported patients to treatment units, using a wheelchair and wood walk with them.
  • Transported patients to treatment units and cleaned rooms and changed linens.
  • Transported patients to treatment units, using a wheelchair or stretcher.
  • Transport patients to treatment units, testing units, or other areas using wheelchairs, stretchers, or moveable beds.
  • Transported patients to treatment units, using a wheelchair Answered patients' call signals.

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46. Elderly Clients

low Demand
Here's how Elderly Clients is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assisted elderly clients with activities of daily living, including assistance with medications, bathing, and dressing changes.
  • Assist elderly clients in their home with the daily fundamentals of living.
  • Provide social interaction for elderly clients and assistance with household chores.
  • Provided companionship to elderly clients to increase degree of social engagement.
  • Prepare specialized meal plans and dietary needs to elderly clients.
  • Provide specialized nursing care to elderly clients in their home.
  • Assisted the elderly clients in performing daily living tasks.
  • Cared for the sick and elderly clients.
  • assisted with and supervised elderly clients in their overnight activities such as self-care and turning clients.
  • Provided assistance to elderly clients in a broad range of tasks in home settings.
  • Prioritize work flow to meet multiple elderly clients needs in the allotted daily time.
  • Helped elderly clients with daily activities, provide personal and homecare for clients.
  • assisted with and supervised all day-to-day activities for elderly clients.
  • Developed and implemented care plans for elderly clients Responsible for supervisory visits for home health aides Performed safety assessments for homebound clients
  • Provided in home services for the elderly clients Cleaned houses Errands for clients Daily Notes on clients

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47. Medical Equipment

low Demand
Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Performed light housekeeping duties and cleaned medical equipment.
  • Sterilized and disinfected examination rooms and medical equipment.
  • Monitor vital sign, pulse and respiration for each patient* Set up medical equipment for independent patients* Observe patients change each visit
  • Provide care and cleaning of specific medical equipment, stocking supplies, and the transportation of patients, supplies and equipment.
  • Assisted patients with bedpans and urinals and observed patient responses and changes to medications and performed basic operation of medical equipment.
  • Take and record vital signs, set up medical equipment, and assist in some examinations/procedures.
  • Administer medications and treatments* Set up medical equipment* Use computers to enter, access or retrieve data
  • Coordinated the transportation of laboratory samples, medical equipment and patients throughout the hospital.
  • Implemented company-wide change in the requisition and supply of medical equipment and supplies.
  • Check and Maintain medical equipment and supplies and sterilize medical equipment.
  • Assist nurses and aides in the operation of medical equipment.
  • Set up medical equipment and assist with medical procedures.
  • Work with medical equipment and one on one
  • Assisted patient with basic medical equipment.
  • Repositioned and transferred patients from beds to wheelchairs or other mobile medical equipment for transportation.
  • Support duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating special medical equipment and apparatus.
  • Developed expertise in use of medical equipment including syringes and Hoyer Lift.
  • Take patient vital signs Setup medical equipment and assist with medical procedures.
  • Stocked all needed items and cleaned all isolettes and medical equipment.
  • Transported patients and medical equipment in a safe manner.

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48. Motion Exercises

low Demand
Here's how Motion Exercises is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Motivated patients to move around, and encouraged rehabilitative range of motion exercises during post-operative evaluations.
  • Assist resident to promote mobility such as giving range-of-motion exercises, ambulation and bed mobility exercises.
  • Administered simple range of motion exercises; Helped patients move in and out of beds, baths, wheelchairs and automobiles.
  • Help mentally diagnosed residents to perform their daily activities including bathing, feeding, restorative care and range of motion exercises.
  • Bathed, feed, perform range of motion exercises, perform and assisted with activities of daily living for residents.
  • Monitor, observe, and encourage range of motion exercises and other procedures as instructed by any professional staff.
  • Assisted with feedings, adjunct care including range of motion exercises, activities of daily living and comfort care.
  • Worked with physical therapist to provide ambulation, stretching and range of motion exercises to patients.
  • Performed range of motion exercises and positioned residents for comfort to prevent skin pressure problems.
  • Directed patients in prescribed range of motion exercises and use of braces or artificial limbs.
  • Assisted residents with range of motion exercises and movement to wheel chair or activity areas.
  • Aided patients in activities of daily living, including range of motion exercises.
  • Assist patients with range of motion exercises, restorative and ambulation programs.
  • Assisted clients with physical training, including range of motion exercises.
  • Assisted patients with motion exercises, wheelchair, and ambulation.
  • Provide range of motion exercises to promote flexibility and strengthening.
  • Assisted with medication reminders, and Range of Motion exercises.
  • Performed daily range of motion exercises to promote health and mobility
  • Assisted residents with ambulation and range of motion exercises.
  • Helped patients with various range of motion exercises.

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49. Report Observations

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Here's how Report Observations is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Report observations of patients to the registered nurse in charge of patients' care.
  • Report observations of the patient to nursing supervisor.
  • Document or otherwise report observations of patients Assist patients with personal hygiene
  • Complete physical checks and monitor patients to detect unusual or harmful behavior and report observations to professional staff.
  • Report observations and activities to the primary nurse or therapist responsible for the patient.
  • Observe the patient, report observations and document observations and care performed.

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50. Catheter Care

low Demand
Here's how Catheter Care is used in Nurses' Aide jobs:
  • Assist with patient transfer, ambulation, catheter care, vital signs, answering call lights, feeding, and shower.
  • Assisted with range-of-motion exercises Cared for male external catheter and assisted with the emptying of indwelling catheter care bags.
  • Treated high acuity patients with multiple wound drains in addition to catheter care and oxygen lines.
  • Covenant Woods - Provided routine patient care including catheter care, feeding and ADL's.
  • Performed range of motion exercises and catheter care on/for patients with limited mobility.
  • Changed and cleaned colostomy bags also catheter care.
  • Administered medication Prepare meals and assisted with feeding and basic hygiene including catheter care Assists with mobility, and transfers
  • Obtained and recorded vital signs, acute check, performed ADLs, catheter care, and repositioning.
  • Assisted nurses and doctors with post mortem care colonostomy bags, and catheter care.
  • Empty bedpans and change dirty linens.Toileting assistance and catheter care Report violent behavior.
  • Assisted with bathing * Medication reminders * Prepared meals * Housekeeping * Catheter care

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20 Most Common Skill for a Nurses' Aide

Personal Care15.3%
Patient Care10.9%
ADL9.5%
Vital Signs8.5%
Blood Pressure7.7%
Nurse Aide6.7%
Daily Living Activities5.3%
Fluid Intake4.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Nurses' Aide

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Personal Care
Personal Care
10.7%
10.7%
2
2
Patient Care
Patient Care
7.6%
7.6%
3
3
ADL
ADL
6.6%
6.6%
4
4
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
5.9%
5.9%
5
5
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
5.4%
5.4%
6
6
Nurse Aide
Nurse Aide
4.6%
4.6%
7
7
Daily Living Activities
Daily Living Activities
3.7%
3.7%
8
8
Fluid Intake
Fluid Intake
3.4%
3.4%
9
9
Dementia
Dementia
2.3%
2.3%
10
10
RN
RN
2.2%
2.2%
11
11
Alzheimer
Alzheimer
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
CNA
CNA
1.8%
1.8%
13
13
Health Care
Health Care
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Bed Linens
Bed Linens
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Daily Care
Daily Care
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Emotional Support
Emotional Support
1.7%
1.7%
17
17
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
CPR
CPR
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Bedridden Patients
Bedridden Patients
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Bed Baths
Bed Baths
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Meal Trays
Meal Trays
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Daily Needs
Daily Needs
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Resident Care
Resident Care
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Hoyer
Hoyer
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Elderly Patients
Elderly Patients
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Physical Symptoms
Physical Symptoms
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
Charge Nurse
Charge Nurse
1.2%
1.2%
28
28
Infection Control
Infection Control
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
Oral Hygiene
Oral Hygiene
1.1%
1.1%
30
30
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
1.1%
1.1%
31
31
Professional Staff
Professional Staff
1.1%
1.1%
32
32
Medical Records
Medical Records
1.1%
1.1%
33
33
Signal Lights
Signal Lights
1.1%
1.1%
34
34
Patient Rooms
Patient Rooms
1.1%
1.1%
35
35
Respiration Rate
Respiration Rate
1%
1%
36
36
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
1%
1%
37
37
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
0.9%
0.9%
38
38
Meal Prep
Meal Prep
0.9%
0.9%
39
39
Physical Support
Physical Support
0.9%
0.9%
40
40
Skin Care
Skin Care
0.9%
0.9%
41
41
Oral Care
Oral Care
0.9%
0.9%
42
42
EKG
EKG
0.8%
0.8%
43
43
Intercom Systems
Intercom Systems
0.8%
0.8%
44
44
Patient Behavior
Patient Behavior
0.8%
0.8%
45
45
Treatment Units
Treatment Units
0.8%
0.8%
46
46
Elderly Clients
Elderly Clients
0.8%
0.8%
47
47
Medical Equipment
Medical Equipment
0.8%
0.8%
48
48
Motion Exercises
Motion Exercises
0.8%
0.8%
49
49
Report Observations
Report Observations
0.7%
0.7%
50
50
Catheter Care
Catheter Care
0.7%
0.7%

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