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Top 50 Patient Care Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Patient Care Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Patient Care Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 11.1% of Patient Care Assistant resumes contained Personal Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Patient Care Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Patient Care Assistant

1. Personal Care
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Here's how Personal Care is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Med tech and personal caregiver and housekeeping
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Supported individuals through training in learning a range of skills related to personal care, daily living, communication and travel.
  • Assist and provide in personal care and aide as needed; hygiene, meals, house cleaning, and shopping.
  • Assisted client with personal care, such as: bathing, dressing, and grooming.
  • Certified to assist with Elder & Children also TBI clients personal care & home care service
  • Assisted patients with tending to personal care, activities of daily living and transfers/transport.
  • Provide incidental household services that are an integral part of a personal care plan.
  • Administer bedside or personal care, such as ambulation or personal hygiene assistance.
  • Provided personal care for a 33 year old male quadriplegic.
  • Provided patients with personal care and activities of daily living.
  • Provided personal care to patients in their homes.
  • Experience with catheters and personal care.
  • Assisted with personal care duties.
  • Provide personal care and support.
  • Position held: Personal Care Aid References are available upon request.
  • Prodvided basic personal care to the disabled elderly and children.
  • Provided assistance to registered nurses for patient health needs Provided bedside assistance for patient personal care needs Maintained accurate record charting
  • Provided Personal Care (bathing, dressing, repositioning) *Transport clients to appointments, and scheduling appointments.
  • Give personal care assitance to residents in the assisted living and alzheimer units.

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2. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Documented Vital Signs (temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, and O2 Sat).
  • Blood pressure, daily hygiene, food delivery, intake and discharge from floors, and transport.
  • Implemented daily plan of cares for all patients, including monitoring blood pressure and vital signs.
  • Remove IVs, remove catheters, bladder scans, perform vital checks and manual blood pressures.
  • Record patient s blood pressures, temperature, pulse, respiration and weight on regular basis.
  • Test and chart vital signs including blood pressure, temperature, and blood sugar levels.
  • Assist with taking patients' temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration.
  • Assisted in taking vitals as in blood pressure, temperature and heart rate.
  • Monitor necessary signs including blood pressure, pulse, temperature and respiration.
  • Take and record patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates.
  • Injected insulin shots and checked blood sugar and blood pressure.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Monitored blood pressures and blood sugars.
  • Recorded vital signs, temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respiration, oxygen level, blood sugar levels.
  • Changed sterile dressings.Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • take patients blood pressure and other vital signs.
  • Record temperatures and blood pressures Check to make sure clients are comfortable Charting clients behavior
  • Take blood pressure and determine if range is abnormal .Answered calls.
  • Check blood pressure/Vital Signs Assist with baths/ personal hygiene Assist with feeding/ nutritional supplements Running errands for patients/ household duties

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3. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Participated in all patient care and quality assurance initiatives.
  • Trained new employees on proper safety guidelines, facility protocols, patient care, and other job specific duties.
  • Provide patient care by supplying and emptying bed pans, applying dressings and supervising exercise routines.
  • Maintain accurate records documenting objective data and routine aspects of patient care.
  • Provided overall assistance to the nurses and doctors in providing patient care.
  • Assist with all aspects of patient care on a busy oncology unit.
  • Provided direct patient care under the supervision of RN and Charge Nurse.
  • Assisted in patient care in both a hospice and medical/surgical setting.
  • Trained 9 new arriving coworkers on intravenous administration and patient care.
  • Conducted direct patient care activities for up to 20 patients.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient care using Microsoft word.
  • Expedited and promoted safe and quality patient care.
  • Develop and maintain patient care plans as assigned.
  • Assist nurses with all areas of patient care.
  • Provide direct patient care to Rehab patients.
  • Perform patient care interventions as designated by Perioperative department.
  • Performed various duties to assist the patient care team Assisted the RN in the admission and ongoing assessment process.
  • Provide direct patient care Assisting with direct and indirect diagnostic, therapeutic, and service tasks.
  • handle phone and fax lines, and patient care to and from department.
  • assisted nurses in patient care by taking vital signs and blood draws and assisted patients with daily care.

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4. ADL
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Here's how ADL is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with ADL's and traveled for the residents when needed, such has groceries and doctors' appointments.
  • Provided quality care, assistance, guidance and supervision Assisted with activities of daily living (ADL)
  • Set up and pass medications, charting, monitoring elderly clients vitals, assisting clients with ADL's
  • Assisted with ADL'S, Comforted patients and provided them with reassurance and encouragement.
  • Manage client care, Provide quality health care, Daily ADL's
  • Provide all ADL's for a quadriplegic 70 yr old patient.
  • Perform multiple nursing duties from simple ADL's to medication preparation.
  • Set goals and deadlines for the department.
  • Provide ADL assistance to patients.
  • Assisted clients with ADL's.
  • Provided home care to a woman with cerebral palsy; assisted with all aspects of ADLs, AM/PM care.
  • Provide basic supportive care for patient and assist with basic ADLs(activities of daily life)
  • Help client with ADLs(hygiene, ambulation, meal preparation.)
  • Provided continent care, as well as any other ADL necessary.
  • Take care of ADLs at center.
  • Assisted individuals with ADL's, light houskeeping, meal prep, keep them safe all inside thier home
  • Assisted patients with ADLs, monitored vital signs, and performed glucometer testing.
  • Direct Care -Assisted in ADL's -Assisted in taking clients on walks -Read and assisted in performing exercises
  • Prepare meals when needed Light cleaning for the patient Advocate for ADL Supervision.
  • managed med cart, assistance with adls,assistance with feeding, laundry.

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5. EKG
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Here's how EKG is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Interviewed patients, measured vital signs, EKG's, injections, schedule appointments.
  • Perform EKG and Bladder scan and blood glucose of patients.
  • Perform EKG's; discontinue IV's and Foley catheters.
  • Monitored telemetry patient's vital signs on EKG machine.
  • Performed EKG's, bladder scans and Glucose testing.
  • Emptied follies and charted I&O s. Took EKG tests on patients and hooked the patients up to heart monitors.
  • Performed lab draws, EKG's and glucose checks.
  • Performed EKG * Maintained, completed, processed and filed patient's charts, appropriate forms, and documents.
  • Key Accomplishments: * Trach Care, assessment skills in Respiratory emergencies * Cardiac monitoring and EKG reading
  • Demonstrated proficiency in taking patient vital signs, as well as in performing EKGs.
  • Conducted 12 lead EKG and bladder scan.
  • Preformed standard 12-Lead EKGs and rhythm strip.
  • Perform vital signs, Phlebotomy, EKG
  • care, EKG monitoring, complex dressing changes, medication administration, phlebotomy, wound assessment, patient safety, documentation.
  • Performed procedures and uses equipment as delegated by a licensed professional, including blood draws, foley catheter removal and EKGs.
  • Conducted EKGs, performed a variety of routine blood drawing procedures to include venipuncture.
  • Assist patients with daily activities, hygiene, feeding, phlebotomy and ekgs.
  • Perform ekgs and pulmonary function tests.
  • Performed vital signs, minor tracheotomy care as needed, EKGs', phlebotomy blood draws and blood glucose testing.
  • Participate in CPR and Code Blue protocols Phlebotomy Complete post-mortem care Perform EKG's as requested Execute reliable, consistent documentation

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6. PCA
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Here's how PCA is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Work with cross functional teams and suppliers to develop Pb-free processes at all of ISS PCA supply chain.
  • Lead PCA, Primarily responsible for conducting great customer/patient service to ensure a smooth and successful clinic.
  • Worked as a PCA for two different families and my mother until her passing.
  • Perform duties expected by the facility within the PCA scope of practice.
  • Started my career in PCA in 2005 after graduating high school.
  • Design and build test fixtures to reliably test PCA assemblies.
  • Assist engineering with PCA design and evaluation process.
  • Managed the global PCA sales group.
  • Position: PCA (Employed from July 2013- still there) Earnings: $10.00 per hour.
  • Work with Rn's and PCA's to keep patients safe and prevent falls.
  • Received Employee of the Month and PCA Mentor of the year
  • Teach students a 1 week PCA class
  • Provide high quality patient care as a PCA within rehabilitation, home-healthcare, and nursing home settings.
  • Lead PCA DFx & Process Development team to develop and deliver PCA Process training modules.
  • Provide report to the upcoming shift PCAs and update the patient's status.
  • Test, troubleshoot, and repair PCAs, computer assemblies and test fixtures.
  • Provide onsite and remote PCA build support.
  • Manage care plan, goals, scheduling with clients and PCAs.
  • Sympathize and understand needs of vulnerable adults Provide direct care Provide PCA assistance in a home setting environment
  • Assisted with Activities of Daily living Vital Signs Glucose Testing Trained New PCA's Blood Draws

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7. Meal Prep
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Here's how Meal Prep is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provided meal preparation and grocery shopping.
  • Assisted with bathing, dressing, meal prep, med monitoring, taking to appointments, laundry and light house keeping.
  • Carried out personal care activities such as personal hygiene, eating, dressing, ambulation, shaving and meal preparation.
  • Give basic care to assigned clients, including bathing, toileting, dressing, ambulation, and meal preparation.
  • Assist elderly with showering, dressing, light house keeping, meal prep, errands and shopping.
  • Provided assistance with daily living activities, doctor visits, meal prep, showers and house work.
  • Assisted with personal care, feeding, transportation, appointments, grocery shopping, and meal preparation.
  • Maintain clean living quarters, medication management, assist with doctors appointments, meal prep, hygiene.
  • Catered to patient needs Supported with meal preparation, eating, dress, etc.
  • Assisted with bathing, Dressing, toileting, Meal preparation, and light housekeeping.
  • Help with showering, dressing, light house keeping and meal prep.
  • Helped residents with drinking, feeding and meal preparations.
  • Assist with meal preparation and cleaning up afterwards.
  • Help with meal prep and light housekeeping.
  • Assist client with meal preparation.
  • Assist clients in home with ADL's, light houskeepin and meal preparing
  • Administer Meds, monitor vital signs, supervise chores meal prep etc.
  • performed housekeeping duties such as cleaning and meal preparation.
  • Provide in home care to elderly individuals Meal prep and light housekeeping Accompany individuals to appointments
  • Position: Personal Care Assistant Assisted consumers in daily activities including meal prep, exercise, clothing and bathing.

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8. RN
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Here's how RN is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Worked side-by-side with registered nurses learning acute assessment and hands-on critical care nursing skills
  • Take vitals every four hours and round every two hours to turn patient as required and record their intake and output.
  • Cleaned bed pans, took patient vital, prepared patients for surgery, turned and positioned patients.
  • Obtained blood or blood products form the blood bank at the direction of the primary RN.
  • Assisted with procedures ordered by physician and supervised by a Registered Nurse (RN).
  • Possess excellent computer skills, willing to learn, detail oriented, very organized.
  • Make rounds every two hours such as turning the patients to prevent bed sores.
  • Clean and disinfect rooms and furnishings to maintain a safe and orderly environment.
  • Weighed patients, as well as turning bed bound patients every 2 hours.
  • Applied protective devices and restraints appropriately and under the direction of the RN.
  • Follow plan of care and implementation under the supervision of RN.
  • Assisted RN in various patient health and care routines.
  • Blood sugar monitoring and reporting results to the RN.
  • Assisted the RN/LPN in maintaining infection control.
  • Work alongside a multitude of caretakers, RNs, and doctors to ensure each patient s needs are addressed appropriately.
  • Turn and reposition bedridden patients, alone or with assistance, to prevent bedsores.
  • Maintained a safe and clean enviornment
  • Assist with Toileting , Bathing, grooming and hair washing necessary for personal hygiene Turning and position of the client.
  • Reported to RNs, as well as a charge nurse.
  • Document patient's chart by utilizing Cerner Millennium PowerChart PowerWorks * Take vital signs.

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9. Companionship
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Here's how Companionship is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provided caring companionship to elderly and developmentally disabled patients.
  • Provided assistance and companionship to patients.
  • Accompanied clients to doctors' offices and on other trips outside the home, providing transportation, assistance and companionship.
  • Performed various housekeeping tasks, meal preparation and companionship activities for clients in their residences.
  • Provided quality care to an elderly patient with ADL's and companionship.
  • Provided residents companionship when adjusting to new life changes were necessary.
  • Provide quality companionship through conversation, activities, and care.
  • Provide understand non medical care and companionship to seniors,
  • Provided companionship by reading, listening and conversing.
  • Provided transportation, assistance and companionship to clients.
  • Provided companionship for the client.
  • Provided transportation assistance and companionship to clients Collected information from patients for histories including vitals.
  • House keeping, running errands,companionship.
  • Provide companionship Light housekeeping Medication Reminders
  • light housekeeping, companionship, daily walks, make bed change linen, and errands , bring to doctors and other appointments
  • Assist in daily living Companionship Light cleaning
  • Light cleaning, errands Companionship 12/2012-5/2013
  • Care and companionship Drive to appointments Light house work Activities
  • Deliver messages Monitoring patients and reporting changes Taking Vital Signs Providing companionship Feeding patients Monitoring food and liquid input/output
  • Light Housekeeping Cooked Meals Laundry Bathing, Grooming, Hygiene Transferring and Positioning Conversation and Companionship Medication Reminders

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10. Daily Living Activities
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Here's how Daily Living Activities is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provided primary resident care and assistance with daily living activities.
  • Help my client with daily living activities, such as cooking, cleaning, personal hygiene and exercise.
  • Provided assistance with daily living activities, provided meals, showers, prep for bed and morning care.
  • Assist with daily living activities, observe and chart changes in patients' health or behavior.
  • Assist elderly and or disabled individuals with daily living activities at the person's home.
  • Assisted residents with daily living activities, feed residents, changed clothes and undergarments.
  • Assisted client with daily living activities and attend to all personal care needs.
  • Assist patients with bathe, grooming and daily living activities.
  • Assist persons with daily living activities at the persons home.
  • Assisted elderly or disable adults with daily living activities.
  • Helped patients perform daily living activities.
  • Assisted patients with daily living activities.
  • Provided hospice care for terminally ill patients, assisted with daily living activities, hoyer lifts, and vital signs.
  • Assist with daily living activities such as transportation to and from dining and recreational areas.
  • Assisted with daily living activities and with the use of hoyer lifts for patients.
  • Assisted patients with daily living activities - Recorded vital signs
  • Assist in all daily living activities Complete housekeeping duties
  • Order, prepare, and dispense patient medication/Assist with daily living activities Consult with various healthcare professional regarding patient's care
  • Assist clients with daily living activities Dressing, grooming, behavior, toileting, positioning Drive clients to their appointments
  • Assisted daily living activities - Personal Hygiene - Cooking and cleaning when needed

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11. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Visited medical facilities to obtain signatures on physician orders and uploaded all medical records and orders.
  • Administer personal care to residents and maintain residents medical records.
  • Maintained careful, accurate medical records.
  • Documented and filled medical records.
  • Put new patient charts together and broke them down and sent them to medical records when patients were discharged.
  • Recorded and monitor blood pressure, pulse rate, temperature, and respiration rate to promptly update medical records.
  • Processed and maintained medical records for all active patients including chart assembly and chart deficiency follow up.
  • Recorded patients' vital statistics, hourly checks, intake, and output in medical records.
  • Documented medical records, shift and incident reports utilizing E-MAR, EMR and MS Office.
  • Provided support to medical staff by updating medical records and locating medical charts.
  • Transmit correspondence and medical records by mail, e-mail, fax and CD
  • Maintained patient charts and electronic medical records in accordance with HIPAA regulations.
  • Maintain current medical records and update medication profiles as needed.
  • Maintain medical records, technical library, or correspondence files.
  • Direct patient care; chart assembly in medical records.
  • Maintain insurance records and medical records.
  • Use of electronic charting to read and record medical records Use universal precautions when handling bodily fluids.
  • take vital signs, observes the patient's condition and makes notes on medical records.
  • Collect specimen samples for laboratory tests Keep up to date with medical records and appointments
  • Check patients in and out utilizing eClinical and PERK electronic medical records software.

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12. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provided a high level of customer service and client relations based on outstanding communications via telephone and other communication systems
  • Administer medication, assisting with daily activity living, customer service, transcribing orders, ordering medication and supervisor.
  • Cited for excellence in interpersonal communications, teamwork, customer service, flexibility, reliability, and attitude.
  • Demonstrated excellent customer service to patients and family members visiting the unit.
  • Light housekeeping, daily customer service and incoming/outgoing reports.
  • Obtain information from individuals and provide customer service.
  • Received Outstanding Customer Service and Customer Appreciation Awards.
  • Manage front desk, answer phone calls, and provides customer service to patient, families, and public.
  • Answered inbound customer services calls and scheduled appointments and made outbound collection calls and confirmed appointments.
  • Experience - customer service/ sales, painting, grounds keeping, leasing apartments, clerical work/management
  • Coordinated unit activities; processed physician orders; provided customer service to patients and families.
  • Assist with the admissions process, scheduling, and promote excellent customer service.
  • Provided excellent health care and customer service to all persons involved.
  • Provide quality customer service by greeting customers and patients.
  • Answered call lights and telephone using customer service skills.
  • Provided excellent customer service to all patients daily.
  • Certified Spanish Medical Interpreter Customer Service Key Award (22) for Excellent Customer Service
  • Provide excellent customer service Aid patients with bathing/grooming, toileting and dressing Assist patients with transfers and demonstrate proper transfer techniques.
  • Monitor clients well being Daily log of clients progress Customer Service
  • Keep monthly track of duties Skills Used Multi tasking, communication, customer service

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13. Phlebotomy
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Here's how Phlebotomy is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Build trust and minimize patient discomfort during phlebotomy procedures while efficiently collecting blood specimens.
  • Followed infection control and safety procedures in carrying out daily phlebotomy functions.
  • Performed phlebotomy and monitored patient blood pressure.
  • Performed various procedures and tests: phlebotomy, glucose, rapid strep, pregnancy and others as needed.
  • Performed phlebotomy, secretarial duties, vital signs, EKG's, transport, and observation.
  • Performed phlebotomy functions within blood donor center as well as mobile blood-bank units.
  • Implemented and conducted phlebotomy training for new hires to our nursing unit.
  • Perform (phlebotomy); collect, handle and prepare specimens.
  • Direct and indirect diagnostic, therapeutic, phlebotomy and service tasks.
  • Perform electrocardiograms, phlebotomy, blood pressure and glucose checks.
  • Blood draws (phlebotomy experience)
  • Trained employees with phlebotomy sticks.
  • Performed EKG tests, heart monitoring and phlebotomy at the request of the nurses/physicians.
  • Performed EKGs and phlebotomy for patients as ordered.
  • Experience: Performed phlebotomy and took blood cultures.
  • Help with hygiene care Phlebotomy and collecting lab specimens Being compassionate and developing professional relationships with my patients.
  • Skilled in phlebotomy insertion (establishing IV access and blood draws) Set up and perform EKGs
  • Provide direct/ indirect patient care -Phlebotomy -EKG -Glucometry
  • Performed phlebotomy / EKG's * Performed vital signs /glucose monitoring * Provided personal hygiene care to patients * Decubiti Dressing changes
  • Provided direct care to patients Assisted with ADLs Performed phlebotomy and EKGs Performed vital signs & glucose screenings Preceptor to new employees

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14. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Recognized signs of cardiac and/or respiratory arrest, and initiated CPR as necessary
  • Certified in CPR Skills Used Customer service Peer interaction Communication
  • Observe and record patient's activity every 15 minutes * Assist supervisor with nightly administrative tasks * CPR and CPI Certified
  • Passed Community Mental Health training requirements, such as CPR, Recipient Rights, and HIPAA training.
  • Respond to emergencies and hospital codes including behavioral emergencies; assist in applying restraints and initiate CPR.
  • Assist with clinical site preparation for student record maintenance of OSHA, CPR, TB and Hepatitis.
  • Certified in BLS (Basic Life Support) including CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation).
  • Maintained all confidential personnel files, license and CPR compliance records.
  • Certified CPR American Heart Association, certified EPIC electronic charting.
  • Certified as a CPR Instructor and CPR Instructor Trainer.
  • Certified and trained in CPR and AED defibrillator use.
  • Have become skilled in CPR.
  • Checked vital signs, performed EKGs, CPR, assist in medical examinations, and basic laboratory procedures.
  • Instructed the HUC position for 5 years BLS / CPR Instructor for 2 years
  • Participate in on-going unit based quality assurance to include maintaining various confidential files, licensing and CPR compliance records.
  • Assist patients with anything they need help with Skills Used I used my Basic life support skills, CPR
  • Certified as an administer of Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
  • Assist patients with activities of daily living Take patient vitals Administer of medication CPR/ First Aid Certified
  • Administer medications Catheterize patients Perform CPR as needed Assist disabled patients in their everyday needs.
  • Assist nurses as need as need and answering phone Assist patient s with daily liven actives Recording vital signs CPR certified

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15. Health Care
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Here's how Health Care is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provide attentive patient care according to individual needs Demonstrate strong communication abilities with patients, nursing staff and other health care professionals
  • Reported to supervisor and provided individualized personal health care and support to elderly and/or terminally ill patients.
  • Assist other health care members in providing patient specific detailed education regarding adequacy measures where.
  • Converted from manual to computerized charting system to deliver timely information among health care providers.
  • Performed health care tasks such as monitoring vital signs and medication application under the supervision of registered nurses.
  • Home health care personnel are responsible for assisting group home residents in day-to-day activities and distributing medication.
  • Demonstrated the ability to communicate clearly and effectively with all members of the health care team.
  • Home Health Care to Clients: Bathing, Dressing, Cleaning, Cooking, Patient Supervision
  • Contribute to the care of patients by collecting data for analysis by health care team.
  • Assist patients with Home Health Care, Blood Pressure, Temperature, Weight.
  • Interacted with patient's family members and other health care staff as needed.
  • Assisted patients and family members in the education of health care needs.
  • Keep up to date with technological advances and standards of health care.
  • Home health care, personal shipping, personal hygiene, etc.
  • Visited several households to provide daily health care to patients.
  • Home health care daily simple indoor and outdoor activities.
  • Provided health care services to patients located in hospitals.
  • Administer basic health care or medical treatments.
  • Experience in Health Care computer skill.
  • Home Health Care Hospice Certification Provide ADL, Doctors Appointments, and Activities as required by Individual Service Plans (ISP)

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16. Oral Hygiene
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Here's how Oral Hygiene is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted patients with activities of daily living (ADL) such as; shaving, bathing, and oral hygiene.
  • Changed and assisted nurse with sterile dressings, assist client with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, elimination.
  • Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding and elimination.accompanied clients to medical appointments.
  • Assisted patients with personal care, activities of daily living, transfers, and oral hygiene.
  • Perform personal hygiene needs, including bathing, oral hygiene, and toileting needs.
  • Provided outstanding patient care including, oral hygiene, bathing, and bed changes.
  • Assist patients with dressing, bathing, oral hygiene, and related personal care.
  • Prepare and transport bodies to morgue; organize the set up oral hygiene trays.
  • Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding and elimination.
  • Assist with bathing, oral hygiene, dressing and any other personal care.
  • Assist with bathing, dressing, oral hygiene, medicating, ambulating/ transferring.
  • Assisted with personal cleanliness, oral hygiene and making beds.
  • Tested and recorded blood glucose levels Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, and feeding.
  • Light housekeeping, meal preparation, baths , oral hygiene and dressing patients, feeding and transferring patients.
  • Provide routine physical care such as taking vitals, bathing, toileting, oral hygiene ect.
  • Assisted with oral hygiene, Perform bathing and bed bath, Peripheral and oximetry pulse.
  • feed bathe toilet make sure safe and well oral hygiene
  • Complete routine vitals and glucose monitor of patients Assist patient with daily care (bathing/bathroom hygiene, oral hygiene and feedings.
  • Assist with personal cleanliness and oral hygiene * Transport patients to other departments of the hospital * Admission Setup
  • Assisted patients with bathing,oral hygiene,grooming,feeding and elimination.

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Keep a clean and safe environment by careful observation, report performance of light household chores and household safety issues.
  • Required to maintain cleanliness of resident rooms and office spaces to assist in promoting a clean and safe environment.
  • Assisted patients with day to day activities * Prepped them for surgery * Maintained a safe environment for them
  • Ensured that the customer was clean, fed properly, and peacefully existed in a safe environment.
  • Maintain an orderly, clean and safe environment for patients, staff and visitors.
  • Work with nursing staff to provide a safe environment for patients.
  • Maintain a safe environment for the patient, families and staff.
  • Cook meals, maintain a clean and healthy and safe environment.
  • Maintained a sanitary, healthy and safe environment for my patients.
  • Assisted in maintaining and providing a clean, safe environment.
  • Assisted in maintenance of a healthful and safe environment.
  • Provide a clean and safe environment.
  • Maintained a clean, safe environment.
  • Maintain clean and safe environment.
  • Charted observations and activities, reported pertinent changes in the patient's condition - Maintained a clean, safe environment
  • Assist RN with dressing changes and repositioning of patients while providing a safe environment.
  • Collected patient specimens and data.Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment.
  • Maintained a clean,healthy and safe environment.
  • Bathed and dress patients Provided safe environment Regularly completed light house cleaning
  • Assist clients with grooming themselves Assist Clients with everyday activities, outdoor activities Maintaining a safe environment for the client

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18. IV
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  • Organized and maintained patient records, ensuring maintenance of privacy and documentation standards.
  • Utilized appropriate personal protective equipment to ensure protection to self and others.
  • Measured urine specimens and delivered them to the laboratory.
  • Observed OB/Gynecology deliveries, including normal and C-section.
  • Developed personalized games and activities to engage clients.
  • Helped elderly individuals with their everyday activities.
  • Assist client in everyday living activities
  • Recorded daily activities and inventory.
  • Participated in follow-up activities, tracked clients, scheduled appointments and performed other related tasks.
  • Make a difference in the clients' everyday lives by being compassionate and caring.
  • Documented patient intake and output, and activities of daily living.
  • Provided hands on care for private duty elderly resident.
  • Provide in home care to individuals with disabilities.
  • Give enemas to patient when needed.
  • Assist residents with programs and activities.
  • Perform admission and discharge procedures Assist Oncology/Transplant patients w/ activities of daily living under the supervision of an R.N.
  • Assist Clients In The Home With Activities of Daily Living, Light Housekeeping, Errands & Medication Reminders.
  • Follow family and healthcare plans and complete therapy activities with clients.
  • Prepared lessons plans,help with work assignments, bus monitor,assisted and taught living skills.
  • Help with activities of Daily Living, such as: Medication Preparing meals Toileting Eating Range of motion excersises Transportation Aseptic Technique

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19. Laboratory Specimens
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Here's how Laboratory Specimens is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Collect and prepare laboratory specimens, dispose of contaminated supplies, and sterilize medical instruments.
  • Collect laboratory specimens and also provide catheter care.
  • Collected blood, tissue, or other laboratory specimens, log the specimens, and prepare them for testing.
  • Level III NICU Unit Secretary Collected blood, and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing.
  • Monitor and record the patients' vital signs and collect laboratory specimens for testing.
  • Collected blood and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing.
  • Demonstrated competency in phlebotomy skills, ensuring proper and safe collection of laboratory specimens.
  • Collected laboratory specimens and phlebotomy.
  • Collected blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing Performed bleeding times before patients surgery.

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20. Telemetry
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  • Assisted in patient examinations and perform preliminary procedures or tests in the Telemetry Department including vital signs.
  • Monitored patients on cardiac telemetry monitors.
  • Provided administrative support to various hospital units including Medical Surgical units, ER, Telemetry, and Orthopedics units.
  • Enter physician orders, schedule tests and procedures, file paperwork, monitor telemetry, and answer telephones.
  • Initiated patient application of the telemetry system, and performed patient's get ready's for upcoming procedures.
  • Provided care as a professional CNA in a hospital/acute care setting on a medical/telemetry floor with 32 patients.
  • Check patients in that arrive from ambulance, monitor telemetry, transport, transfer and admit patients.
  • Implemented patient care for up to 14 patients per section on med/surge, telemetry, and ICU.
  • Trained in inserting catheters and removing IV's, as well as trained in telemetry.
  • Floated to ICU, Medical ICU, Telemetry, or other floors as needed.
  • Monitored patients on telemetry and notified registered nurses of changes in cardiac rhythms.
  • Performed patient care in Med-Surg, DOU, Telemetry, and Acute Rehab.
  • Served patients on high-risk maternity as well as on medical-surgical and telemetry floors.
  • Assigned ER, Telemetry and Medical Surgical Units.
  • Connect patients to the central telemetry monitoring system.
  • Worked on the telemetry floor.
  • Worked the last 8 years in the ICU/PCU unit at the hospital as a MST & telemetry tech.
  • Aided nurses while utilizing skills such as phlebotomy, critical thinking, and therapeutic communication on the telemetry unit.
  • Administered EKG's working in the Telemetry Floor Used Meditech to record daily data about patient's conditions.
  • Provided Patient Care Assisted in ER, ICU, Telemetry, Monitored Patients Safety

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21. Dementia
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  • Performed restorative and rehabilitative nursing tasks for residents with dementia as ordered.
  • Cared for a dementia client and currently providing weekend care for a client who needs total care because of cerebral parsley.
  • Assisted without supervision the complete care, feeding and medication monitoring on a bed-ridden Parkinson's and Dementia patient.
  • Perform tasks for everyday living for ones with dementia, Alzheimer s, Parkinson s and cancer patients.
  • Assisted residents with meals, ADL's, monitored and maintained resident charts, cared for residents with Dementia
  • Experience with various medical conditions including Dementia, Alzheimer, Diabetes, & Psychiatric disorders.
  • Provided personal care and supervision to individual client diagnosed with dementia in private home.
  • Assist residents that were diagnosed with Alzheimer's or dementia with everyday care.
  • Experience working with individuals with disabilities ranging from autism to dementia.
  • Cared for an elderly patient with dementia and bipolar disorder.
  • Learned the different stages and unique manifestations of Dementia.
  • Direct care for a client suffering with dementia.
  • Work with clients who have dementia.
  • Worked in the dementia unit.
  • assisted senior suffering from memory loss and/or dementia.
  • Assisted dementia patients with consuming their meals, Provided company and interacted with patients
  • Provide care for residents diagnosed with early Alzheimers and Dementia care units.
  • hover lift, hospice, meal prep, showers, transfers, bed bound, cpap, Dementia,
  • stick and Insulin administration * Daily activities with elderly residents with and without Dementia * Personal Care with residents in need
  • Take Vitals * Help Residents with ADLs * Works in the Dementia Unit when needed

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22. Data Entry
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Here's how Data Entry is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provided professional front office assistance including: Patient Education Charting Data Entry Supply Inventory Billing
  • Performed data entry and inputted patient information into the Hospital Systems.
  • Completed data entry tasks to maintain client 485's with updated doctors orders/med changes (computer and paper files).
  • Attended to 20 patients on the unit, assisted with data entry, and carried out food service operations.
  • Performed general clerical duties; which consisted of data entry, billing, scheduling, and medical records.
  • Answer phones, scheduling appointments, data entry, accepted patient payments, filing, faxing, scanning.
  • Performed clerical duties, such as word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing.
  • Assist in teaching other Patient Care Assistants in data entry with our new pharmacy guidelines.
  • Performed data entry of all Home Health referrals in the DeVero and Synergy systems.
  • Assisted in providing customer service and data entry for nursing.
  • Input all patient medical information into data entry system.
  • Served as Unit Clerk; performed assigned data entry.
  • Verified patient information and insurance, performed venipuncture's, data entry, ordered and processed test and lab supplies
  • Documented patient progress, and problems Data entry and medical records
  • Performed data entry and medical records release.
  • cleaned, cook, paper work/collceting information/data entry, and took care of the sick & elderly
  • Assisted patients with daily care Monitored Vital signs Assist with ambulation Performed phlebotomy/finger stick Data Entry
  • Assist nursing staff Moderate data entry Venipuncture Receptionist to multi-line system
  • Verify patient information Check patients in/ out Complete documentation Data entry Answer telephone Verify insurance Take payments
  • Provide care to patient Vital signs ADL's EKG's Blood Draw Data Entry unders suppervison of RN

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23. Communication
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Here's how Communication is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Follow channels of communication with co-workers for effective problem solving.
  • Maintained a high level of communication with patients and physicians as well as with family members and peers.
  • Access to a working telephone for regular communication with Case Manager client /responsible party and Staffing Coordinator.
  • Displayed positive communication skills, both within the nursing department and with other hospital departments.
  • Detailed oriented with strong problem-solving, work ethic, communication, interpersonal and teamwork skills.
  • Provide clients with communication assistance, typing their correspondence or obtaining information for them.
  • Exhibit compassionate care and communication with regard to issues of death and dying.
  • Assist the client with personal communication skills as needed written and verbal.
  • Evaluate medical students and PA students on communication and knowledge skills.
  • Acquired skills such as therapeutic communication and mental illness assessment skills.
  • Use of computers and telecommunications in documentation (EPIC).
  • Clear verbal and written communication skills.
  • Enhance client satisfaction level by 60% through delivery of compassionate care, vigilant monitoring and effective physician family communication.
  • Exhibited compassionate care and communication with all patients.
  • Develop and maintain office procedures that will ensure effective internal communications, maintain a steady workflow.
  • Provided direct patient care services to hundreds of patients using both English and Spanish communication.
  • Coordinate departmental communications; initiating calls, following up according to Prescribed timeframes.
  • Care of patients Vitals Daily Communication with Patients
  • People depended on me to do a stands and keep them bathed and fed Skills Used Communication.
  • Utilize PC to retrieve patient data Responsible for flow of communication within the department Scheduling patients Answering phones, faxing, copying

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24. Daily Needs
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  • Monitored changed in patient conditions and assisted patients in daily needs
  • Attend to mentally challenged client with daily needs, such as bathing, feeding, cleaning the clients home.
  • Helped patients with daily needs such as bathing, using the facilities, eating, etc.
  • Administer medications for residents, Assisted residents with their daily needs in a retirement setting.
  • Help patients with mental or physical disabilities with their daily needs and activities.
  • Assist pt with daily needs that otherwise may not be able live unassisted.
  • Traveled to residents houses to take care of their daily needs.
  • Job Duties: Helping out patients with their daily needs.
  • Assist adults and children with daily needs and treatments.
  • Assist elderly in home with there daily needs.
  • Engage patients with conversation and support daily needs.
  • Assess daily needs, and necessary tasks.
  • Prepared solutions according to daily needs.
  • Assist patients with daily needs.
  • Help patients with their daily needs
  • Support patients with care plan, daily needs, and room maintenance Contribute to sterile and non-sterile dressing changes
  • Assisted elderly woman with alzhiemers with daily needs and activities.
  • Help clients with daily needs such as meals, bathing, house cleaning, and the occational grocery shop outting.
  • Provide patient care for assigned floor Assess vital signs Sit with specific patients overnight Assist patients with daily needs while in hospital
  • assisted elderly residents at an assisted living facility with daily needs such as dressing,bathing,meals,meds etc..

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25. Skin Care
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Here's how Skin Care is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assist clients with personal hygiene, including shower, tub or bed baths, oral care, hair and skin care.
  • Performed all patient care, such as bathing, skin care & assisted with feedings as needed.
  • Assist elderly with skin care, oral care, hygiene, light housekeeping, errands etc.
  • Provide as needed assistance with bathing, grooming, dressing, and skin care.
  • Changed clothes, skin care and helped the patient to be ambulatory.
  • Assisted patient with skin care and helped the patient to be ambulatory.
  • Assisted with Bathing, grooming, and skin care.
  • Assisted with post-surgical skin care dressings.
  • Skin care to maintain the health of the skin 3.
  • Provide supportive patient care with hygiene, nutrition, mobility, elimination, skin care, positioning and post mortum care.
  • Provided light housekeeping duties, meal preparations, Laundry services, and assisted with baths and skin care when needed.
  • Helped patients with personal care, grooming, including bathing, toileting, hair care and skin care.
  • Assist patients with bathing, bed making, positioning, ADLs, skin care, and incontinence care
  • change simple dressings, provide skin care, or assist with braces.
  • Provide routine skin care Home management tasks including housekeeping, and laundry
  • Provide good skin care to avoid bed sores .Maintain sanitation standards of the client's environment.
  • Helped to develop new skin care line for office, website (www.beverlyhillsfacialplastic.com), blog, twitter and facebook page.
  • Record Vitals Activities of Daily Living Skin Care Report to Nurse with change of status Achievements: Received Patient Satisfaction Reviews
  • Assist elderly with daily living Hair/ Skin care Toileting/ bathing cook/ clean/ light house duties wash clothing, change diapers
  • Shower and assist with dressing Take and record blood pressure Med reminder Encourage walking Laundry Skin care

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26. CNA
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Here's how CNA is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Facilitate problem resolution involving, family members, PCA, CNA, and other staff.
  • Worked for discharged patients in their homes as a CNA caregiver.
  • Evaluate competency levels of CNA staff annually at skills fair.
  • Performed duties of certified nursing assistant (CNA).
  • Assist any other CNA, Nurse or Doctor.
  • Report to on coming CNA.
  • Performed CNA duties as necessary.
  • Reason for leaving: I went to schooling for my CNA.
  • Teach Personal care aide Training Classes Scheduling Shifts for CNA's and Nurses at Nursing home facilities.
  • Educated staff on the use of new computerized charting system as well as supervised over night CNAs.
  • Schedule shifts for CNA's and Nurses at various nursing home facilities in Lehigh valley.
  • Led CNA training program and conducted classes for prospective CNAs.
  • Certified CNA patient care, ADLS, TPR
  • Stock supplies for nurses and CNAs.
  • Provide high-quality patient care as an in-demand per-diem CNA within surgical, acute-care, rehabilitation, home-healthcare and nursing-home settings.
  • Transport residents, answer call lights, pass out food trays, assist rn and cna with anything they need.
  • Certified CNA/CPR/ Mandt, and First Aid Trained in office work experience.
  • Served as Pca providing in home care and Cna
  • Center for Neuro Skills ( Rehab Tech/CNA) Assisting clients with the completion of daily activities.
  • Change Foley bags, reposition, etc Skills Used CNA, CPR/ FIRST AIDE certificate

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27. Daily Care
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  • Prioritize patient daily care according to acuity and scheduled patient procedures.
  • Prioritized patient daily care according to patient acuity.
  • Assisted with daily care of patients which included, feeding, daily walks, and daily cleaning of patient rooms.
  • Record daily care notes, Escort to appointments (doctor, physical therapy, hair salon, etc.)
  • Assist patients with daily care, dressing changes, line removals, surgical prep, meal distribution and feeding.
  • Assist residents with everyday living tasks, scheduling, appointments, treatments and many other daily care requirements.
  • Assisted clients with all aspects of daily care, including bathing, feeding and dressing.
  • Assisted nurses and other care staff with daily care for patients in the unit.
  • Performed all aspects of daily care, including bathing, feeding and transferring patients.
  • Recorded daily care notes and made note of any significant changes to the customer.
  • Assist elderly and disabled patients with daily care within the comfort of their home.
  • Assist Nurses with daily care of patients with excellent customer service.
  • Administer daily care to patients' personal health care information.
  • Provide daily care assistance to patients admitted to the hospital.
  • Provide daily care, comfort, nutrition and hygiene care.
  • Provide daily care and teach life skills.
  • Provided daily care and activity support.
  • Assist patients with daily care.
  • Aided family in daily caregiving responsibilities for patient including meal preparations, hygiene, and pain management.
  • Assisted RNs and CNAs and Therapists with patient's daily care, vitals, and personal hygiene.

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28. Alzheimer
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  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Provided complete care to 27 Alzheimer patients/residents
  • Monitored patients of stroke, Alzheimer's disease, and other physical/ mental health conditions with providing continuous care.
  • Work with Alzheimer's/ dementia residents, helping the residents with their personal care and activities of daily living
  • Cared for diabetic, cancer, Alzheimer, and elderly patients who couldn't care for themselves.
  • Worked in the Dementia and Alzheimer's Ward which consisted of 25 residents divided into 3 groups.
  • Experienced working with Alzheimer's or dementia patients, physically disabled clients, mentally disabled clients.
  • Assist nurses with dementia patients * Alzheimer's care * Charting daily activities
  • Provided direct, one-on-one supervision of Alzheimer's patient.
  • Provided personal care to an Alzheimer patient.
  • Provided home care for elderly Alzheimer patient
  • Experience with various medical conditions including Parkinson's, Dementia, Diabetes, Cancer, Alzheimer's and Paget's disease.
  • Assisted patients personal care needs experience with Dementia., Diabetes, Alzheimer using a careplan.
  • Provide continuous observation for alzheimer's patients that are at high risk falls.
  • Cared for 10-12 geriatric patients with Alzheimers and Dementia.
  • Work with clients with alzheimer's.
  • Provided care to Hospice, Alzheimer s, COPD, Crips, All stages of dementia clients.
  • Administered patient medications Assisted actives director with memory exercises for our Alzheimer's patients Assisted resident's in daily hygiene routines
  • Assisted living and Alzheimers unit Bathing needs, meal preparation, housekeeping
  • Bed baths, Alzheimer's , dimensia ,

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29. RUN Errands
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Here's how RUN Errands is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Execute house cleaning duties, run errands, give medication, take blood pressure, temperature, and personal hygiene.
  • Wash clothes, bathe patient, run errands, make meals, feed patient, supervise medication in take.
  • Assist client's with daily living requirements, Light housekeeping, Meal prep, Medication reminders, Run errands
  • Prepare meals, do laundry, shop for their needs and wants, run errands daily.
  • Cook, clean, run errands, medication reminders, ADL'S, Personal hygiene.
  • Assist patients with chores/logged patients daily care in log book/run errands/cooking cleaning/care for patient/small cleaning task
  • Prepare meals, provide housekeeping, run errands and assist with daily self/health activities.
  • Run errands and report unusual circumstances in the patients' condition or environment.
  • Run errands including grocery shopping, bills payment and mail handling.
  • Drive clients to appointments, run errands.
  • Run errands, housekeeping, meal preparation
  • Cook, Clean, Wash clothes, Bathe patient, run errands.
  • Run errands, cook, clean and laundry.
  • cook, light housekeeping, run errands, assistant with baths
  • Drive residents to apptmts and various functions * Run errands incl.
  • Assist client with daily household chores Assist with personal hygiene Run errands, pickup medication, prepare food Provide companionship
  • Assist elderly with daily living,run errands,meal prep,Doctor visits
  • Clean patients house Stretch patient Run errands Soak and lotion feet Prepare meals
  • prepare meals and showers do laudry when needed run errands when needed
  • Assist Clients with meds, foods etc Clean Home Provide Transportation Run errands Laundry

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30. Medication Reminders
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Here's how Medication Reminders is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted consumers in residential homes in improving their independence with their bathing, grooming, medication reminders and meal planning/preparation
  • Assisted in self-directing patients with medication reminders or refilling.
  • Provided patient with medication reminders.
  • Provided personal care to elderly clients including bathing, transfer assist, medication reminders, and providing safety and security clients.
  • Assist self-directing patients with medication reminders or refilling their prescription at the local pharmacy as specified on their Plan of Care.
  • Go to my patients house, medication reminders, shower, assist with transfers, Cook, record daily task
  • Job Duties: Meal planning and preparations, medication reminders, I do errands and shopping for the client.
  • Assisted with ADL, ran errands, light house duties, medication reminders prepared light meals etc
  • Assisted clients at home with ADL's, ambulation, medication reminders, and current events
  • Assisted clients with ADL's, medication reminders, homemaking, colostomy care, Foley care
  • Assisted patients with showers, getting dressed, changed patients diapers and medication reminders.
  • Complete documentation, medication reminders, shopping, as well as providing companionship.
  • Assist consumers with medication reminders and or filling prescriptions.
  • Light house work, local errands, medication reminders.
  • Provide patients with healthcare assistance such as monitoring vitals, medication reminders and over all well-being.
  • Performed light housekeeping task, assistances with ambulation, meal prep, and medication reminders.
  • Assisted homebound elders with showers, personal hygiene, and medication reminders.
  • Care for resident Medication reminders Make doctors appointments Vitals signs
  • Assisted patient to doctor's appointment * Housekeeping * Medication reminders * Assisted with dressing, bathing and toileting
  • Clean patients' homes Prepare meals Bathing/Dressing assistance as needed Emptying catheter bags as needed Organizing medication reminders

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31. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Developed a system of staff communication that ensured proper implementation of treatment plans and comprehensive patient care.
  • Recorded and maintained patient information such as vital signs, eating habits, behavior, progress notes, and treatment plans.
  • Participated in data collection, planning and implementation of patient's care and treatment plans as directed by licensed personnel.
  • Gather information from caregivers, nurses, or physicians about patient condition, treatment plans, or appropriate activities.
  • Implement, or assist occupational therapists with implementing, treatment plans designed to help clients function independently.
  • Served as a liaison between patients and physicians to assist patients in understanding their treatment plans.
  • Participated in case reviews with multidisciplinary personnel to assess patients' needs and treatment plans.
  • Modify patient treatment plans as indicated by patients' responses and conditions.
  • Documented patient information, treatment plans, and procedures in patient chart.
  • Followed proper care and treatment plans, & complied to HIPPA guidelines.
  • Liaised between patients and physicians to ensure patient comprehension of treatment plans.
  • Performed assessments on new patients and coordinated treatment plans with nursing staff.
  • Collect information about conditions and treatment plans from caregiver and doctors.
  • Followed Individualized Treatment Plans created by patient s medical team.
  • Follow treatment plans as directed by Registered Nurse.
  • Assisted with behavioral treatment plans and communication skills.
  • Propose treatment plans to patients.Sterilize instruments.
  • Trained staff regularly on medication treatment plans, dietician techniques, and all procedures related to medical needs.
  • Implemented behavioral health treatment plans for clients in schools and/or home settings Submitted required paperwork in a timely manner.
  • Chair side assisting for general dentistry and orthodontics Patient Care Coordinator for treatment plans and financials.

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32. Exam Rooms
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Here's how Exam Rooms is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Prepare patients charts for surgery, stock exam rooms, transport, and interpreted for patients as needed.
  • Organized exam rooms, cleaned exam rooms and patient waiting room at the end of the day.
  • Ensured the cleanliness, sanitation and maintenance of all facilities, exam rooms and equipment.
  • Prepared exam rooms for patient examinations, keeping the rooms neat and clean.
  • Checked patient's into exam rooms in preparation to see the physician.
  • Stop exam rooms with supplies needed to perform patient tests and procedures.
  • Maintain exam rooms between patients, stock exam room supplies and equipment.
  • Escorted patients to exam rooms and assisted in determining medical problems.
  • Prepared patient charts and sterilized exam rooms and instruments.
  • Greeted and transferred patients from triage to exam rooms.
  • Maintained exam rooms for necessary supplies and materials.
  • Clean and sterilize exam rooms and work stations.
  • Maintain exam rooms, cleaning and stocking daily.
  • Cleaned exam rooms and restocked supplies.
  • Stocked supply and exam Rooms.
  • Reacted calmly and effectively in emergency situations Ensured the cleanliness and maintenance of all the exam rooms and equipment
  • Maintained safety with patients Received patients and escorted patients to exam rooms Organized documents and filling system
  • Assist with patient and family education * Set up exam rooms * Assist R.N.
  • Document complaints Obtainment patient information Collect daily batch reports Vital signs Assist physicians in exam rooms Maintain all logs and required checks
  • Perform Vital Signs Perform Phlebotomy/EKG Stock exam rooms Place corporate express orders(supplies) Assist MD's with injection/aspiration

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33. Bed Linens
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Here's how Bed Linens is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assist with changing bed linens, doing laundry, house cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Complete housekeeping tasks, such as changing bed linens, washing dishes, and cleaning living areas.
  • Assist with personal hygiene needs, changed bed linens, washed laundry and cleaned patient s homes.
  • Change bed linens, clean and iron resident laundry and keep resident room neat and clean.
  • Maintain records of patient care; change bed linens, Wash and iron laundry for patients.
  • Change bed linens, bathe patient, and assist with daily activities of living.
  • Performed light cleaning duties which involved changing bed linens and organizing patient's room.
  • Cleaned and sanitized residents home, changed bed linens, and washed clothes.
  • Changed bed linens, washed and ironed laundry and cleaned patient quarters.
  • Changed bed linens, ran errands, directed visitors and answered telephone.
  • Tidy the patient's room and change bed linens in hospitals.
  • Change bed linens and maintain patient room clean and safe.
  • Change bed linens and process dirty linens properly.
  • Changed bed linens, laundry and light housekeeping.
  • Changed bed linens on patients' bed.
  • Change and clean patient's bed linens.
  • Change bed linens or make beds.
  • Change bed linens Monitors, records and communicates patient condition as appropriate utilizing computerized documentation systems.
  • Assisted with personal hygiene, vital signs, and changed bed linens, also served and collected food trays.
  • Experience with Epic Assisting patients with bed linens, eating, and hygiene.

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34. Doctor Appointments
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Here's how Doctor Appointments is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provided assistance revolving around many aspects of life; personal hygiene, medication management, doctor appointments, etc.
  • Assisted individuals with hygiene, meal prep, medicine, doctor appointments, play therapy and many fun activities.
  • Maintain tracking status of the patient activities and scheduled doctor appointments into the charts for updated record.
  • Provided transportation for Michael to his doctor appointments, school related events as well as personal engagements
  • Assisted patient with errands such as doctor appointments, grocery shopping and picking up medications.
  • Accompany client to doctor appointments, bank, grocery store, and pay bills.
  • Cook and clean their apartments and travel with them to and from doctor appointments.
  • Provided transportation to doctor appointments, grocery stores, and family functions.
  • Assisted the client to doctor appointments, grocery shopping etc.
  • Transfer clients to and from doctor appointments if needed.
  • Provided patients transportation to and from doctor appointments.
  • Transport clients to doctor appointments and run errands.
  • Go with the client to doctor appointments.
  • Accompanied residents to and from doctor appointments.
  • Take clients to store and doctor appointments
  • Accompany clients on doctor appointments.
  • Assist individuals with everyday living skills -take them to doctor appointments, grocery store, etc.
  • maintain housekeeping, assist client to and from doctor appointments and pharmacies
  • Assist with daily living skills Assist with doctor appointments Assist with laundry and housekeeping
  • Give meds..clean.. cook.. run Day plans for the clients doctor appointments med clinic Etc

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35. Medical Appointments
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Here's how Medical Appointments is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted consumer with medication disbursements, grocery shopped, household chores and escorted to medical appointments.
  • Assisted in medication preparation and distribution and assisted clients to meetings and medical appointments.
  • Provide transportation for medical appointments and community activities.
  • Scheduled and accompanied clients to medical appointments.
  • Prepared meals, light house cleaning, reminded of taking medications, assisted with medical appointments.
  • Provided transportation to and from medical appointments, school and to participate within the community.
  • Time management, attention to detail, medical appointments, document information, regulate nutrition.
  • Assist client with job search, retraining and college coursework, and medical appointments.
  • Accompanied clients on daily outings as well as medical appointments.
  • Assisted the patients in outside traveling such as medical appointments.
  • Escorted patients to and from medical appointments using Access-A-Ride.
  • Escorted patient to medical appointments and other functions.
  • Assist patient to ensure medical appointments were kept.
  • Transport patients to and from medical appointments.
  • Accompany the patient to medical appointments.
  • Assisted Bathing, Changing, Household Tasks, Shopping, First Aid Care - Accompanied Patients to Medical Appointments
  • Assisted Patients to, and from Medical Appointments, Call in and picked up medical prescriptions Groom/Bath patient before 8am
  • Administer Medications for Clients House Cleaning, Grooming, Feeding Provide transportation to medical appointments
  • administered medication, Cooked basic meals, transported to and from medical appointments as well As general travel and field trips.
  • Assist patient with everyday activities Drive patient to medical appointments Organize daily medications Provide care when patient is sick Provide daily meals

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36. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Complete administrative tasks, such as entering orders into computer, answering telephone calls, or maintaining medical or facility information.
  • Assisted other staff members with day to day duties (ex/making phone calls, cleaning around the office, etc.)
  • Answered incoming patient, physician and supplier phone calls and received faxed prescriptions pertaining to requests for medical supplies and equipment.
  • Answer phone calls, assist with drawing blood, assist RN and Physicians with procedures, transport patients.
  • Make follow up phone calls to insurance companies for outstanding claims that have not been paid.
  • Answered telephone calls, transferred calls, and took messages to/from other units of the hospital.
  • Consult charts to determine charges for pay-telephone calls, requesting coin deposits for calls as necessary.
  • Answered incoming phone calls and relayed messages to office staff at other doctor's offices.
  • Answer and refer telephone calls or other inquired to ensure accurate and timely communications.
  • Answer incoming phone calls and filing paper work at the nurses' station.
  • Handled incoming phone calls, warmly greeted callers and answered inquiries.
  • Answer phone calls to schedule appointments and redirect calls as needed.
  • Answer, respond, and direct telephone calls with professionalism.
  • Handle phone calls, joined in group participation.
  • Respond to telephone calls and walk in traffic.
  • Make phone calls when needed.
  • Answer phone calls and call bells at the nurses' station.
  • Complete administrative task, answer telephone calls, and maintaining medical or facility information.
  • conduct phone calls to patients or caregivers to establish nutritional needs.
  • Prepared weekly logs: admissions and discharge reports Answered phone calls/inquiries

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37. Emotional Support
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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provide emotional support and understanding as needed.
  • Provided emotional support and companionship to clients.
  • Provided individual companionship and emotional support.
  • Provide encouragement and emotional supports.
  • Provide emotional support for residents.
  • Provided Intervention Techniques, Behavioral Modifications, Emotional Support, Time Out Strategies, and Structured Activities to Clients.
  • Provided 1:1 care and safety measures, along with emotional support to suicidal patients during hospital stay.
  • Communicate with patients to ascertain feelings or need for assistance or social and emotional support.
  • Provided grooming, prepared meals, feed the patient and emotional supports for patient.
  • Perform vitals, ADL's, emotional support, & patient needs as requested.
  • Obtained vital signs and provided personal assistance as well as emotional support.
  • Interact with children and families providing physical and emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support and friendship to my patients.
  • Provided emotional support to patient and their family.
  • Provide emotional support to clients and families involved.
  • Be in place as mental/emotional support as needed.
  • Provide emotional support for patients and family members.
  • Provided clients and their families with emotional support.
  • Provide patients and families with emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support through empathy and comfort.

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38. ICU
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Here's how ICU is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Maintain hospital service standards, with particular attention to personal/behavioral, staff teamwork, and patient-staff interaction guidelines.
  • Greeted and directed patients and visitors to particular hospital destinations with compassionate attitude.
  • Cooper Hospital 1 Cooper Plaza Camden NJ Monitor heart monitors for cardiac patients on the cardiac floor and the CICU.
  • Helped facilitate quality care of patients in the acute care as well as ICU setting while attending Nursing School.
  • Assisted client with class work as well as attending all school related and extracurricular activities.
  • Praised by supervisors and staff for transitioning seamlessly from nursing student to ICU professional.
  • Assist patients with particular issues or needs both medical & personal.
  • Close collaboration with staff in the ICU and Emergency Room departments.
  • Provided patient care for a large Cardiac/ICU Unit.
  • Cover as telemetry technician for ICU department.
  • Assist with stat for NICU and nursery.
  • Worked in ICU- monitored patients, bath, blood pressure, and EKG's.
  • Direct or supervise less-skilled nursing or healthcare personnel within my particular unit.
  • Assist and provided support to nurses and doctors and patients Particularly effective in performing well during emergency situations.
  • Acted as chief liaison between M.D and patients by articulating various needs and ailments.
  • Worked, in various floors, to include ICU and Geri-psych as MHT
  • Assisted nurses with care of patients on Med-Surg and ICU units
  • Gather patient medical information, recorded vital signs, and administered/started IVs, medications, and intra-articular enhancements.
  • Perform vascular access cannulation and report any difficulties in cannulation or unusual findings to nurse supervisor.
  • Received extubated patients from Cardiothoracic ICU; assigned to care of up to 7 patients daily.

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39. Medication Administration
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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provided assistance with medication administration, range of motion exercises and ambulation to maintain mobility.
  • Pass medications and keep proper documentation of medication administration and disposal.
  • Implement resident care plans in relation to medication administration.
  • Document on MAR of medication administration.
  • Assisted residents with medication administration.
  • Care for individual residents, including medication administration, charting, documentation, cooking, cleaning, meal planning and prep.
  • Assist patient with daily living activities and medication administration * Cook light meals and clean up afterwards * Light housekeeping
  • Documented daily care via adherence to the Three Count Rule in order to decrease errors in medication administration.
  • Handled medication administration, dressing changes, IVs and all other aspects of nursing care.
  • Assist with bathing, meal preparation, doctor appointments, and medication administration.
  • Assisted with medication administration, changed simple dressing and provided skin care.
  • Provide assistance with living skills development, health maintenance and medication administration, personal care, and behavioral development.
  • Assist nurse in administering skilled nursing care including medication administration, physical and psychiatric support.
  • Assisted non-verbal child with Rett's syndrome with feeding, ambulation, bathing, diapering and medication administration.
  • Ensured the safety and well-being of residents Administered Medication in accordance with Medication Administration Program (MAP)
  • Judge, RN, MSN * Total patient care including morning assessments, medication administration (i.e.
  • Provided companionship for clients along with feedings, toileting, bathing, medication administration and running errands .
  • Administered client medication as directed in the, Medication Administration Records or M.A.R.
  • WORK HISTORY Daily documentation,Medication administration, and refills done in timely manner.
  • Light cleaning, meal prep, medication administration Accomplishments Spending time with clients.

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40. ROM
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Here's how ROM is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Promote continuity of care by accurately and completely communicating to other caregivers the status of patients for which care is provided.
  • Work to ensure range of motion (ROM) and muscle strengthening exercises maintain an optimal level of functioning.
  • Assisted nurses and Dr's in ER, Transported patients to and from appointments within the medical center.
  • Removed all equipment from discharged patient rooms, sanitizes and places a green tie on it.
  • Promote community involvement with neighborhood cleanups, gardening, walk through the area and community service.
  • Sterilized the scopes, charge entry, written and verbal orders from nurses and doctors.
  • Assisted, monitored, and prompted residents to complete essential activities of daily living.
  • Supervised patients assisted with daily routines and transported to and from doctor's appointments.
  • Answered patient call lights promptly and reports requests to the nurse.
  • Maintain supervision in the day program, promote independence and responsibility.
  • Work with elderly patients who suffer from dementia and memory loss.
  • Reported any perceived changes in patient condition promptly to RN/LPN.
  • Help to take patients to and from radiology exams.
  • Take report from previous CNA.
  • Transport from the house to the office or the store and park.
  • Assisted patients' with personal hygiene by giving bedpans, urinals, and baths; assisted patients to/from the bathroom.
  • Interact with individual in a manner that displays warmth and promotes a caring environment through verbal and non-verbal interactions.
  • Performed treatments as directed, application of heat or cold packs, monitored intake and output, incentive pyrometer.
  • Transported patients from primary location to specific facilities for CT, Xray, MRI or other procedures.
  • Transported her from her room to dining room .

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41. Physical Therapy
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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Communicate with physical therapy staff to discuss and evaluate patient information for planning and modifying treatment.
  • Prepared meals, administered/monitored medication provided physical therapy including range of motion exercises.
  • Cared for postoperative patients and assisted with physical therapy sessions.
  • Assisted with physical therapy sessions for orthopedic patients.
  • Prepared patients for physical therapy sessions.
  • Summer employment in outpatient physical therapy.
  • Provide clientele with personal care assistance with personal hygiene, household cleaning, meal preparation, physical therapy, and companionship.
  • Reminded customer to take medications and escorted customer to physical therapy appointments, errands, and other activities.
  • Clean house, meal prep, laundry, book keeping, appointments, errands, physical therapy.
  • Verify, obtain accurate patient insurance information for upcoming or ongoing Physical Therapy treatment(s).
  • Transported patients to and from doctor's appointments, physical therapy.
  • Assisted the doctor with physical therapy when patients needed it.
  • Range of motion (ROM) for physical therapy purposes.
  • Assist clients with physical therapy exercises.
  • Help with physical therapy exercises.
  • Helped prepare daily physical therapy goals and assisted in these goals Gained experience on directed clinical intervention
  • Assist the client with exercise and transfer activities (may be under the supervision of physical therapy or occupational therapy).
  • Obtain authorization for MRIs, X-rays, physical therapy, acupuncture, EMG/NCV, referrals to other physicians, braces.
  • Assist RN with providing proficient and quality healthcare; assist with bathing, grooming, feeding, and physical therapy.
  • JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY Physical Therapy Assistant Set-up orthopedic bed frames and trapeze for patient mobility and function.

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42. Fluid Intake
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Here's how Fluid Intake is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Monitored fluid intake and output levels, height and weight ensured safety and well-being, and assisted with hygiene and grooming.
  • Recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, food and fluid intake and output, as directed.
  • Measure and record food and fluid intake or urinary and fecal output, report changes to medical or nursing staff.
  • Monitor food and fluid intake / output, draw blood in patients as directed, and help administer medications.
  • Monitored and documented blood pressure, fluid intake and blood glucose screenings when needed.
  • Monitored fluid intake and output levels, measured urine and delivered specimens to lab.
  • Measure and record patient vital signs, food and fluid intake and output.
  • Measured and recorded patients fluid intake and output before and after treatment.
  • Encourage fluid intake and food to avoid side effects of oral medications.
  • Provide written records of the patient's food/ fluid intake and output.
  • Measure and record patient's fluid intake, customer service.
  • Measured and recorded patient's fluid intake and output.
  • Support and administer nutrition and fluid intake.
  • Calculate and record fluid intake and output.
  • Assisted with adequate nutrition and fluid intake.
  • Monitored fluid intake and output levels.
  • Monitored fluid intake and output levels Followed infection control procedures.
  • Keep patient and work areas neat and well-stocked -Assisted with adequate nutrition and fluid intake.
  • Draw blood, Recoreded vital signs food and fluid intake and output as directed.
  • Monitor of fluid intake and output levels Assisted patients with daily living activities as needed Specialty skills for restraints/seclusion level 2

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43. Charge Nurse
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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Coordinated all incoming admissions and discharges, communicating bed availability to charge nurse.
  • Care for patients on a daily basis assisting with ADL's as needed and directed to me by my charge nurse.
  • Measured and recorded patient accurate vital signs Assisted patients with personal care Communicated patient's condition to the charge nurse Blood draw/EKG
  • Reported any significant information or change in patient condition to the licensed nurse, charge nurse, or nurse supervisor.
  • Help charge nurse create assignment according to patient needs or arrange patients on floor according to their needs.
  • Take and record vital sighs and take and record weights of patients as requested by Charge Nurse.
  • Assist clients with breathing treatments, and assisted charge nurse with medication management, patient triage
  • Followed a prescribed care plan for intervention and reported all interventions to charge nurse.
  • Chart daily for each resident, and inform charge nurse of any changes.
  • Complete special projects for unit director, supervisor, and charge nurses.
  • Performed clinical and clerical tasks as directed by the Charge Nurse.
  • Collect urine and fecal specimens as requested by Charge Nurse.
  • Helped Charge Nurses by keeping units clean and organized.
  • Assist the charge nurse in collecting specimen.
  • Report any changes to charge nurse.
  • Report findings to charge nurse.
  • Assisted charge nurse with glucose sticks, blood draw (venipuncture, butterfly needles) as ordered by a physician.
  • Covered admissions desk as requested, communicating with charge nurse, emergency department and management staff to determine openings.
  • Empty colostomy/urine bags Check, document, & report vital signs to charge nurse Assist patients with all delegated tasks.
  • Monitor patients vital signs and accuchecks Report anything out of the ordinary to charge nurse.

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44. Medical Equipment
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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Developed excellent rapport with patients, including training on using medical equipment.
  • Ordered durable medical equipment for patients and coordinated delivery.
  • Administer medications daily and assist with medical equipment.
  • Clean equipment, such as wheelchairs, hospital beds, or portable medical equipment, documenting needed repairs or maintenance.
  • Supported duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating special medical equipment and apparatus.
  • Provide inventory count and place orders on all retail, back bar aesthetic, medical and medical equipment used.
  • Informed providers of any approvals or denials of services and durable medical equipment both verbally and in writing.
  • Assisted hospital staff in providing patient care activities, and proficiently set up medical equipment for emergency procedures.
  • Instruct patients on any safety regulations, assembly or operation of any medical equipment prescribed to them.
  • Booked appointments, inventory of medical equipment and supplies, direct care of newborns and mothers.
  • Check vital signs as well as set up medical equipment and assist in medical procedures.
  • Assist nurses or physicians in the operation of medical equipment or provision of patient care.
  • Discharge of all patients off all medical equipment and drains, before leaving the hospital.
  • Applied clean dressings under supervision, emptied drains, and assisted with medical equipment.
  • Delivered patient specimens, documents, or medical equipment to the correct departments.
  • Set up, maintain, calibrate, and clean medical equipment.
  • Set up medical equipment and assist with some medical procedures
  • Assist patient with basic medical equipment if the Aide has been properly trained.Provide patients with help with dressing and grooming.
  • Assist in home care , assist with medication and medical equipment.
  • Ordered office supplies and Durable Medical Equipment.

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45. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Completed Medicaid and Medicare Authorization requests for long-term patients with special needs.
  • Worked for a foster family and took care of two special needs girls, ages 8 and 11.
  • Worked with adults and children with special needs in training them to become more independent in life skills.
  • Work closely with special needs individuals, and help them with all aspects of their day.
  • Worked with cap clients and one- on- one with special needs kids with different disabilities.
  • Exhibited patience, ability, and desire to work with clients who have special needs.
  • Worked closely with doctors and nursing staff taking vitals and administering medications and special needs.
  • Help Young Adults and Adults with special needs and assist them in daily activities
  • Administer medication on rounds and check patients with special needs.
  • Provide client care for special needs children in an educational setting
  • Care giver for the elderly and kids with special needs.
  • Take care of kids with special needs in their home
  • Assisted teacher with daily activities of special needs students.
  • Assist children with special needs with class assignments.
  • Provide care for special needs individuals.
  • Contract services sitting with special needs patients
  • Assist residents with special needs.
  • Care for children with special needs
  • Cared for a patient that was special needs Assisted patient with daily tasks Helped with school work and provided tutoring as needed
  • Assist special needs patients with food,clothing and bathing,activities.

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46. Hippa
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Here's how Hippa is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Complied constantly with HIPPA standards while preparing patient documentation and other interactions.
  • Maintained confidentiality of patient privacy in compliance with HIPPA regulations
  • Maintained confidentiality of patients and records under HIPPA regulations.
  • Assessed patient billing questions, maintained HIPPA compliant patient health records, and managed the office scheduling system.
  • Protected & served the hospital community by adhering to rules & regulations, such as HIPPA.
  • Adhere to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) privacy policies and procedures.
  • Observe and maintain HIPPA and JCAHO regulations and guidelines for upholding patient confidentiality and safety.
  • Operate by Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) policies to prevent sanctions.
  • Filed and maintained patient charts to meet proper HIPPA guidelines of policies and procedures.
  • Provided quality care while managing confidential patient files in accordance to HIPPA
  • Assist in ensuring that the hospital following HIPPA and OSHA guidelines.
  • Complied with HIPPA standards in all patient documentation and interactions.
  • Attended annual certification conferences and training for HIPPA and OSHA.
  • Use patient electronic medical records according to HIPPA guidelines.
  • Explain consents and HIPPA guidelines to the parents.
  • Prepared for HIPPA and JCHAO reviews.
  • Followed all OSHA and HIPPA standards.
  • Complied with HIPPA, CDC regulations 1.
  • Abided by OSHA & HIPPA regulations
  • Communicated with Nursing and administration staff - Complied with HIPPA standards in all patient documentation and interactions - Utilized EKG

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47. Catheter Care
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Here's how Catheter Care is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Monitored blood glucose levels, input/output, weights, vital signs, catheter care and removed peripheral IV's.
  • Assist in teaching patients self-care, to include crutch walking, catheter care, and splint care.
  • Provide total care to Q2 Turn patient s that are incontinent as well as Foley Catheter care.
  • Give catheter care to clients, collect urine and stool specimens, record intake and output.
  • Assist with ADL's with hygiene, Foley catheter care, feeding and wound care.
  • Collect routine specimens, empty catheter care bag, and reminders as required.
  • Provided catheter care to patients resulting in decrease in infections.
  • Assist with the emptying of indwelling catheter care bag.
  • Performed blood glucose monitoring and Foley catheter care.
  • Assist patients with Catheter care.
  • Perform catheter care on residents.
  • Experienced in taking vital signs, Accu-check, charting, catheter care, hygiene of patients, and bed preparation.
  • Worked with mentally challenged children and adults Assisted patients with tube feedings, catheter care, and breathing treatments.
  • Take patients' vital signs Provide patients with personal-care services including toileting and catheter care.
  • Key Responsibilities Obtain vital signs, catheter care, and help in circumcision room.
  • Provide catheter care, accu checks, and measure input and output.
  • Assisted with foley catheter care, colostomy and ileostomy bags and changed dressings.
  • Assisted with peripheral venipuncture, sterile/unsterile dressing changes, foley catheter care/maintenance, admission, transfer and discharge of patients.
  • Assist patients with activities of daily living Catheter Care Maintain patient records Vital signs
  • Take vitals * Catheter care * Change beds * Feed residents * Answer call lights

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48. Bed Baths
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Here's how Bed Baths is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted in all activities of day-to-day living (Bed Baths, Turning Patient, Oral Care, and Skin Care).
  • Provided patient care including: bed baths, ambulation of patients, bedding changes, grooming, and oral care.
  • Performed basic patient care duties such as bed baths, linen changes, and transporting patients.
  • Assist nurses in monitoring vital signs, blood sugars, bed baths and patient ambulation.
  • Provided quality attentive care to patients including bed baths and feeding.
  • Assisted patient's with bed baths, meals and personal hygiene.
  • Preformed bed baths as well as toiletry.
  • Assist nurses or coworkers with bed baths.
  • Performed bed baths complete and partial.
  • Bed baths, feeding, respite
  • Provide morning care, bed baths,full assist patient transfers, mouth care, one to one feeding.
  • Float Pool Assist patients with their ADL's; including bed baths, elimination needs and assistance with meals.
  • Performed bladder scans, range of motion exercises, bed baths, and bladder catheterizations.
  • Certified AED Patient Bed Baths, Assist Patient to restrooms, Patient safety.
  • Administered bed baths, took vital signs and assisted patients with ADL's/ Changed dressings on infusions lines Maintained medication pickups.
  • Bed baths 6. transferring clients with transferable equipment that was provided or asked to use upon request.
  • Assisted patient Bed baths, feeding, dressing, repositioning every 2 hours.
  • Performed vital signs, bed baths, Venipuncture Applied traction for patients
  • Bed Baths and changed linens Took vital signs Administered PO medications
  • Administered EKG Preformed blood draws Bed baths Bed changes

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49. EMR
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Here's how EMR is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Schedule appointments, manage prescription refills, document patient demographics using EMR software, and check patients in and out.
  • Chart patient information and vital signs using EMR, post documents in charts, answer phone calls and call lights.
  • Worked with the inpatient ambulatory EMR Epic system and entered vital signs and other vital information as required.
  • Utilized EMR system to record patient vitals, bladder scans, and specimen samples data.
  • Experience in placing orders and entering patient documentation using an EMR system.
  • Verify insurance and patient identification; scan into EMR software.
  • Input physicians written orders into the patients EMR.
  • Transcribe written orders and enter in the EMR.
  • Combined 3 yrs experience with hospital EMR system
  • Chart all patient care in EMR-EPIC.
  • Enter doctors' orders in EMR.
  • Documented interventions in database, utilizing Meditech EMR software.
  • Maintained all records and reported to nursing staff any concerns needing to be addressed for patients.Entered all info into EMR systems.
  • Transcribe physician orders; discharge codes; data entry in EMR systems; identification patient labels; etc.)
  • Experienced in the sunrise clinical manager EMR system as well as phlebotomy and EKG's.
  • Use basic documentation via EMR, Epic, MS windows office and internet timekeeping e-mail.
  • Experience with EMR charting with Soarian.
  • Use the hospital's EMR program to documet all of patient's activities for the day.
  • record datta on the computers EMR program along with cue shift.
  • Experience with JP drains, colostomies, foley caths, cardiac patients, wound vacs, personal care, EMR records.

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50. Daily Living
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Here's how Daily Living is used in Patient Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted elderly with activity of daily living
  • Helped patients by supporting personal hygiene and daily living needs; provided comfort, transportation, and monitored vital signs.
  • Help Clients with everyday daily living, such as meals, bathing, grooming, light cleaning, laundry etc
  • Assist patients with activities of daily living such as feeding, hygiene, toileting, positioning, and ambulation.
  • Home care I go out to patients houses and assist them with daily living.
  • Assisted patients in the activities of daily living such as personal hygiene and grooming.
  • Assist with bathing activities, ambulating, rehab/therapy, and documentation of daily living.
  • Provided all daily living tasks to enhance quality of life for elderly patients.
  • Take vital signs, assist with activities of daily living and hygiene needs.
  • Assist with activities of daily living in the day center and community settings.
  • Assist with ensuring patients maintain hygiene and activities of daily living.
  • Assist the clients with their Activities of Daily Living.
  • Assisted individuals with Activities of daily living skills.
  • Provide activities of daily living for patients.
  • Assist with all daily living needs.
  • Assisted pediatric patients with activities of daily living in school environment Collaborated with health professionals to ensure therapeutic activities were completed
  • Assist patient with activities of daily living (feeding, bathing, ambulating and/or range of motion, etc.
  • Home Instead Senior Care, 116 Kinderkamack Road, River Edge NJ07661 Assists with Activities of Daily Living
  • provide and assist patients with daily living needs and goals.
  • Job Description: Assist patients with Activities of Daily Living.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Patient Care Assistant

Personal Care

15.1%

Blood Pressure

11.4%

Patient Care

9.0%

ADL

7.8%

EKG

6.9%

PCA

6.2%

Meal Prep

5.5%

RN

5.2%

Companionship

4.2%

Daily Living Activities

3.7%

Medical Records

3.6%

Customer Service

3.4%

Phlebotomy

3.0%

CPR

2.6%

Health Care

2.4%

Oral Hygiene

2.2%

Safe Environment

2.1%

IV

1.9%

Laboratory Specimens

1.8%

Telemetry

1.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Patient Care Assistant

Rank Skill
1 Personal Care 11.1%
2 Blood Pressure 8.5%
3 Patient Care 6.7%
4 ADL 5.8%
5 EKG 5.1%
6 PCA 4.6%
7 Meal Prep 4.0%
8 RN 3.9%
9 Companionship 3.1%
10 Daily Living Activities 2.7%
11 Medical Records 2.7%
12 Customer Service 2.5%
13 Phlebotomy 2.2%
14 CPR 1.9%
15 Health Care 1.8%
16 Oral Hygiene 1.6%
17 Safe Environment 1.6%
18 IV 1.4%
19 Laboratory Specimens 1.4%
20 Telemetry 1.3%
21 Dementia 1.3%
22 Data Entry 1.3%
23 Communication 1.2%
24 Daily Needs 1.2%
25 Skin Care 1.1%
26 CNA 1.1%
27 Daily Care 1.1%
28 Alzheimer 1.1%
29 RUN Errands 1.0%
30 Medication Reminders 1.0%
31 Treatment Plans 1.0%
32 Exam Rooms 1.0%
33 Bed Linens 1.0%
34 Doctor Appointments 0.9%
35 Medical Appointments 0.9%
36 Phone Calls 0.9%
37 Emotional Support 0.9%
38 ICU 0.8%
39 Medication Administration 0.8%
40 ROM 0.7%
41 Physical Therapy 0.7%
42 Fluid Intake 0.6%
43 Charge Nurse 0.6%
44 Medical Equipment 0.6%
45 Special Needs 0.6%
46 Hippa 0.6%
47 Catheter Care 0.6%
48 Bed Baths 0.5%
49 EMR 0.5%
50 Daily Living 0.5%
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