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Top 50 Patient Care Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Patient Care Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Patient Care Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 14.7% of Patient Care Technician resumes contained Blood Pressure as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Patient Care Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Patient Care Technician

1. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Key function and Responsibilities IncludeTook blood pressure, temperature, and weight as required before/after treatments and examinations.
  • Take and record vitals, including blood pressure, pulse, respiration, temperature, weight; measure and record intake/output.
  • Obtain and report patients' vital signs: blood pressure, respiratory rate, pulse and temperature (oral).
  • Conducted examinations involving complete patient medical histories, blood pressure readings, and urine and blood sample collections.
  • Obtained the necessary vitals(blood pressure, temperature, and weight) on the patients.
  • Assessed and recorded vital signs, including temperature, blood pressure, and heart rate.
  • Checked and documented patient vital signs; temperature, respiration, and blood pressure.
  • Take and record patient pulse, blood pressure, weight, and temperature regularly.
  • Evaluated patient prior to termination of venous access - standing & sitting blood pressure.
  • Take and record pulse, height, weight respiration and blood pressure.
  • recorded patients' temperature, pulse, blood pressure, assisted residents with bathing, dressing, feeding, lifting and transferring
  • Performed blood pressure, blood glucose, and other basic routine health care checks under the supervision of a nurse.
  • Record intake, output, temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure, turn and reposition patients.
  • Weigh patient, take temperature and blood pressure pre and post dialysis.
  • Conduct Accu-checks, Blood pressures, safety checks as needed.
  • Monitored body temperature, pulse, respirations and blood pressure.
  • blood pressure and heart rate.
  • Finger sticks, Blood pressures, Using Cardiac Monitors * ADL's, Stocking the ER
  • Monitored patient blood pressure and temperature Transported patient specimens and delivered to laboratory Processed patient admissions
  • Performed measurements of vital signs, including temperature, pulse, respirations, blood pressure, and pulse oximetry.

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2. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Performed general patient care and documentation.
  • Served as Patient Care Technician representative on the CHOICE committee to improve the delivery of patient and family care.
  • Cared for patients and assisted nurses in patient care, customer service, also assisted patients in their care
  • Assist the staff by performing clerical and patient care duties under the direction of an RN.
  • Consult with RN/LPN/Therapist and other members of the interdisciplinary team for the delivery of patient care.
  • Interpreted doctor's orders for patient care, referrals, and other specific needs.
  • Direct patient care responsibilities include hygiene, skin care, mobility and monitoring.
  • Provided direct patient care and indirect actions to assist smooth functioning of unit.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient care, condition, progress and concerns.
  • Develop and maintain patient care plans as assigned by registered nurse.
  • Provided patient care to patients in a busy E.R.
  • Assisted nurses and physicians in patient care.
  • Utilize the Patient Care Technician PERK system.
  • Direct patient care and charting.
  • Communicate with patients and members of the health care team and relays appropriate information to provide comprehensive patient care.
  • Provided quality patient care in accordance with objectives, policies and procedures of Children s Healthcare of Atlanta.
  • Work alongside doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to provide direct patient care.
  • Carried out patient care duties like phlebotomy, vital sign recording, etc.
  • Fort Wayne, IN Patient Care Tech- Burn Unit -Responsible for completing dressing changes for burn and wound patients.
  • Instruct pre-requisition courses to Medical Assistance, Patient Care Technicians and Phlebotomist.

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3. EKG
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Here's how EKG is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Provided first response to any critical cardiac emergency registered in EKG monitor.
  • Performed electrocardiograms (EKG) tracing, catheter care, glucose monitoring, collects specimens, and other clinical tasks.
  • Performed EKG's, inserted and discontinued Foley catheters, and completed dressing changes.
  • Place IV catheters, IV fluid therapy, EKG and blood pressure monitoring.
  • Performed EKG s and finger stick glucose testing.
  • Performed 12-Lead EKG to patients in need.
  • Perform Electroencephalograph (EKG).
  • Blood draws, EKG's, Vitals, Weights
  • Take Vital signs, EKG's.
  • Perform Vitals/ Accuchecks/ EKG/ CPR/ wound care/ light housekeeping/ Registering Patients/ Charting/ Fluid intake/ Lift and Transfer/Transporting Patients
  • Perform 12 lead EKG * Obtain lab specimens, vital signs, place patients on cardiac monitors
  • Perform a variety of technical tasks including phlebotomy and EKG monitoring, and bedside functions.
  • Complete vital signs, blood sugar, EKGs, bladder scans necessary blood work.
  • Performed Stat EKGs, blood work, assisted in trauma process/assessment/treatment and transport.
  • Conducted EKGs and collected samples for laboratory tests.
  • Learn how to do an Ekg.
  • Blood Draws, iv insertion, insert of Foley cathe, EKGs, finger sticks and flow sheet documentation.
  • Obtain, document, and report vital signs * Perform Accu-Checks * Patient sitting/1:1 * Preform bladder scan and EKG
  • Blood Draws, iv insertion, insert of Foley caths, EKGs, fingersticks and flowsheet documentation.
  • Carry out physicians orders to perform ekgs, insertion/ removal of foley cathetars, Urinalysis, and glucose checks.

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4. Dialysis Treatment
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Here's how Dialysis Treatment is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Conducted all tasks necessary for preparation for dialysis treatment and document where appropriate.
  • Monitor and document dialysis treatment parameters on Dialysis Flow Sheets.
  • Initiate basic CPR measures in the event of cardiac and/or pulmonary arrest and respond to emergency situations related to dialysis treatment.
  • Expected to provide excellent care to all patients while monitoring and documenting dialysis treatment parameters into the computer.
  • Provided quality dialysis treatment to patients with End Stage Renal Disease in coordination with other health personnel.
  • Start dialysis treatment on patient and continue to monitor patient during blood filtration.
  • Inquired patients regarding their general health and responded to previous dialysis treatment.
  • Set up and operate dialysis machine to provide dialysis treatment for patients.
  • Monitor patients before, during, and after dialysis treatment.
  • Administered dialysis treatment to patients per OSHA protocol as needed
  • Provided complete dialysis treatment on all assigned patients.
  • Prepare patient for dialysis treatment.
  • Collect vitals during dialysis treatment.
  • Record accurate and timely information regarding vital signs and treatment parameters onto the Hemodialysis Treatment Sheet with initial identification.
  • Monitored patients during hemodialysis treatment including vital signs, Machine checks and other related activities
  • Improved ways in delivering dialysis treatment thru constant quality improvement efforts.
  • Assist Doctors and RNs in complete dialysis treatment including machine set up/take down, patient monitoring and lab draws.
  • Work under the supervision of nephrology nurses to provide safe, comfortable and hygienic dialysis treatments for patients.
  • Assist nurse in providing hemodialysis treatment and related renal care to patients.
  • Initiate dialysis treatment according to prescribed orders including blood flow (QB) and dialysate flow (QD).

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5. Phlebotomy
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Here's how Phlebotomy is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Position provides direct patient care limited to non-invasive procedures, unless specifically certified in phlebotomy.
  • Performed patient phlebotomy following department and facility policies and procedures.
  • Build trust and minimize patient discomfort during phlebotomy procedures.
  • Performed phlebotomy procedures as needed.
  • Perform phlebotomy and administer injections.
  • Acquired skills in patient care including: cleansing and other primary patient care, wound care, and phlebotomy.
  • Improved technical skills including phlebotomy, IV insertion, respiratory treatments and application of sterile dressing.
  • Performed phlebotomy, glucose meter test readings, and electrocardiograms for patient testing.
  • Copy charts for admissions, Suction, Take Vital Signs and perform Phlebotomy.
  • Perform 12 LEAD EKG, phlebotomy procedures, and Foley insertion.
  • Perform phlebotomy, prepare and send samples to laboratory.
  • Perform phlebotomy, collect and analyze specimens.
  • Serviced client needs assisting with feeding, ambulating and repositioning clients, as well as phlebotomy.
  • Conducted pre-op testing - phlebotomy and EKG's.
  • Performed vital signs, ekg's and phlebotomy.
  • Performed Phlebotomy for their bloodwork.
  • Performed specialized procedures, such as phlebotomy, IV insertion, urinary catherization, nebulizer treatments, and orthopedic splint application.
  • Provided hygiene assistance to patients Worked independently to maximize time for each patient Phlebotomy
  • Assisted doctors and RN's at bedside with daily tasks Performed 12 lead EKG Certified in Phlebotomy
  • Assisted RN's with patient care * Helped doctors with orders * Performed EKG's * Phlebotomy * Checked Vital Signs

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6. RN
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Here's how RN is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Report observations regarding effectiveness of intervention to the RN/Therapist.
  • Explain the integrated pharmacy program to the patient and/or family members and answer any questions or concerns about the program.
  • Support the professional clinical staff by providing direct patient care and performing duties as assigned by the RN.
  • Facilitate student learning through instructions, course design, exam, syllabus and lectures.
  • Turn patients and assisted patient in go to and from bathroom or chair.
  • Set up machines and turned them over for the next patients.
  • Served as preceptor to new EMT staff and intern nurses.
  • Collaborate with RN/Therapist to modify the plan of care.
  • Document patient information and inform RN as needed.
  • Turn and position bed bound clients.
  • Responded to patient concerns and questions.
  • Notified RN of critical rhythms.
  • Served as a Unit Secretary (FT) and Patient Care Tech (PRN) for seven months.
  • Feed newborns, change, bathe, cuddle and hold.
  • Document otherwise report observations of patient behavior, complaints or physical symptom to RNs.
  • Turn and reposition bedridden patients, alone or with assistance, to prevent bedsores.
  • record, and alert RN's to changes in patient vitals.
  • Turn or reposition bedridden patients.
  • Test and record blood glucose levels Assisted the RN with post-surgical dressings Completes intake and output by emptying collection bags.
  • Insert foley catheters and perform straight catheterization as instructed by RN.

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7. Personal Care
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Here's how Personal Care is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Assisted patients/residents with daily personal care.
  • Provided personal care and companionship.
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Provided prescribed medical treatment and personal care services to patients on Urology/Gynecology, Orthopedic, and Med Surge Units.
  • Assist in patient care services including bathing, feeding, toileting and other general hygiene and personal care.
  • Provide hands-on personal care to patients and perform repetitive, routine tasks under the supervision of nurses.
  • Monitored vital signs, assessed change in status, provided personal care and changed non- sterile dressings.
  • Provided assistance on surgical unit providing daily personal care needs and assisting the RN as needed.
  • Perform personal care for patients, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, oral care.
  • Provided personal care such as bathing, dressing, and grooming of patient.
  • Administered bedside or personal care, such as ambulation or personal hygiene assistance.
  • Assist in delivery of personal care and respond to patient emergency calls.
  • Assisted patients with tending to personal care and activities of daily living.
  • Provided personal care related assigned services to patients in the hospital.
  • Certified Personal Care Tech, Obtain vital signs and O2 Saturation.
  • Provide all personal care to disabled or elderly patients.
  • Perform individualized personal care for long term acute patients.
  • Assisted with personal care and reported on patient progress.
  • Assisted patients with daily personal care activities to encourage rehabilitation - Maintained accurate client records.
  • Provide personal care to patients Receptionist and office management Check vital signs hourly Assist in patient daily ADL's

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8. ADL
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Here's how ADL is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Provided assistance to staff nurses, assisted physicians with minor procedures as well as providing patients with assistance ADL's.
  • Helped patients in Oncology department with ADL s, monitored glucose, collected vital signs, and turned patients.
  • Assist patients with ADL's such as bathing, eating, toileting, and other basic needs.
  • Traveled to patients homes and assessed quality of life and living circumstances and assisted with ADL's
  • Assist residents with ADL'S, vital signs and routine lab work.
  • Assisted patients with ADL's, obtaining and charting vital signs.
  • Provided ADL (Assisted Daily Living) activities for in-house patients.
  • Assisted with ADL's for patients undergoing surgical procedures.
  • Performed ADL's for all patients.
  • Assist Mothers with ADL's.
  • Worked on a Med/Surg unit assisted patients with ADL's, assisted or performed hygiene practices for patients.
  • Assisted with ADL'S and medication administration, providing colostomy care, vital signs, Foley catheter care.
  • Facilitated ADLs and assisted patients with functional mobility to increase comfort and quality of life.
  • Assist patients with tending to ADLs.
  • Assist patients with patient care (ADL's) Take/ record patients vitals, collect specimens Report and record patients care
  • Provided direct patient care including patient ADL's assistance, vitals, phlebotomy sticks, electrocardiograms and blood sugar monitoring.
  • Assist patients with ADLs; Turn and reposition patients; Ambulate blind Patients.
  • Assisted patients with ADLs while assuring the patient remains as comfortable as possible.
  • Assist patients with ADLs, hygiene, repositioning, and comfort care.
  • Assist patients with ADLs in a therapeutic manner.

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9. IV
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Here's how IV is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Inspected equipment settings, including pressures, conductivity and temperature to ensure conformance to safety standards.
  • Demonstrate understanding of cultural diversity, horizontal violence and impairment in the health professions.
  • Practiced Universal Precautions to decrease hospital acquired infections.
  • Promote continuity of care by accurately and completely communicating to other caregivers the status of patients for which care is provided.
  • Review patients' dietary restrictions, food allergies, and preferences to ensure patient receives appropriate diet.
  • Worked side by side with Doctors, Residents, Midwives and Nurses.
  • Acknowledge and greet customers upon arrival to unit and demonstrate enthusiastic approach.
  • Perform other duties as assigned to support overall effectiveness of the department.
  • Receive and monitor telephone calls, refer visitors to correct offices
  • Perform IV insertion, removal and dressing change.
  • Blood draws glucose testing vitals bathing iv starts
  • Prepare patient room upon arrival.
  • Assist patient with daily activities.
  • Assist patients with activities of daily living, transfer patients; perform phlebotomy skills and blood glucose monitoring.
  • Provided assiastant living duties, monitor feedings, vital monitoring, wound care assistant, room attendance
  • Assist in preparing unit, patients rooms, and patient beds for receiving patient admissions.
  • Answered multi-lined phones, sent and receive faxes, scan corporate documents for intake processing.
  • Prepared patient rooms prior to their arrival.
  • Collected urine and fecal samples.Provided personal nursing care in pre- and post-operative situations.
  • Transport clients to day program Pass medication Prepare breakfast for individuals Keep track of daily activities

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10. Emergency Situations
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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Observed and effectively communicate changes in patients' conditions to the Registered Nurse and respond appropriately to emergency situations.
  • Reacted calmly and effectively in emergency situations while demonstrating problem solving skills.
  • Responded to emergency situations related to expecting patient's treatment.
  • Follow standard precautions and responding to emergency situations appropriately.
  • Demonstrated ability to perform well in emergency situations.
  • Recognized unsafe and emergency situations and reacted appropriately.
  • Experienced emergency situations such as rapid responses.
  • Reacted calmly and effectively in emergency situations.
  • Demonstrated great ability in emergency situations.
  • Calm and effective during emergency situations.
  • Reacted calmly and effectively in emergency situations, and added the personal, caring touch that immediately put patients at ease.
  • Monitored vital signs for patients, assisted physicians in emergency situations, drew blood for testing, and charted patient care.
  • Respond to emergency situations, such as emergency medical calls, security calls, or fire alarms.
  • Handle emergency situations calmly and add personal caring touch that puts patients and family at ease.
  • Perform safety techniques, including CPR and first aid, in emergency situations.
  • Responded with appropriate action to all emergency situations, medical and behavioral crises.
  • Reported unstable vitals to RN, assisted with CPR in emergency situations.
  • Applied splints, and performed clinical assistance in emergency situations.
  • Respond appropriately to emergency situations Communicate information related to patient care to RN throughout the shift.
  • Assist provider Recognizes and assists in emergency situations.

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11. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Follow all HIPAA protocols when submitting any electronic medical records maintenance requests.
  • Utilize computerized system to appropriately retrieve charts from the Medical Records Department.
  • Maintained accurate patient medical records by filing both manually and electronically.
  • Documented patients profile in electronic medical records as needed.
  • Maintained and updated medical records.
  • Monitored patients' vital signs such as pulse, respiration, temperature and blood pressure, and maintained related medical records.
  • Record patients' medical history, vital statistics, or information such as test results in medical records.
  • Collected pertinent information from the patient, family and friends, medical records and prescriptions.
  • Take vital signs, monitor the health of all patients and chart for medical records.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records.
  • Complete accurate, legal and ethical documentation of data in medical records.
  • Maintain clinical records and charts through electronic medical records.
  • Created and updated medical records charts for new patients.
  • Chart medical records through MedInformatics.
  • Write on-going prescriptions for patient equipment and medication refills, document medical records accurately.
  • Perform EKG's Experience working in Emergency, Telemetry, ICU, and Medical Records.
  • Maintained accurate medical records, scheduled procedures, and managed workflow.
  • Certified Nurse assistant, St Anne's Hospital Patient Admissions, chart organization and medical records.
  • Provide exceptional direct patient care Assist in the rehab process of total hip/knee patients Take routine vital signs Chart medical records
  • Assessed patients vitals signs Scheduled office visits Made office referral appointments Varified insurance Worked medical records Administered injections Wrote precriptions

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12. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Assisted the nurses in performing special procedures with the ability to perform the techniques of CPR accurately and effectively.
  • Transported patients and provided empathetic and sensitive care to patient and family and performed CPR as needed.
  • Certified in BLS (Basic Life Support) including CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation).
  • Assist in emergency operational procedures and CPR related to dialysis patient and or treatment.
  • Perform EKG, blood glucose, bladder scans, and CPR when necessary.
  • Initiate basic CPR measures and respond to emergency situations related to dialysis treatment.
  • Assist with emergency procedures, such as fire, disasters and CPR.
  • Planned and directed necessary training for Aides, including annual CPR certification.
  • Maintained all confidential personnel files, license and CPR compliance records.
  • Performed CPR and First Aid, check vital signs.
  • Obtained and maintained a BLS and CPR certification.
  • Perform CPR and assist with Code emergencies.
  • Administered first aid and CPR when required.
  • Certified in CPR and First Aid.
  • Performed CPR and first aid.
  • Performed point of care testing (blood sugar, urine dips), CPR.
  • Trained in CPR and phlebotomy.
  • Draw blood, perform CPR, assist Dr's with procedures, clean and change patients, ekg's, etc.
  • Assisted nurses and doctors with all patients Performed EKGs, Foley catheter insertions, CPR, etc.
  • Worked on a surgical step down unit Have received my CPR certification Charted using EPIC system Trained new employees per company guidelines

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13. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Assisted nurses and ancillary staff in providing help with monitoring patient's vital signs and assisting with activities of daily living.
  • Assist patients with care, taking vital signs, check patient glucose, transport patients from triage to E.D.
  • Provided accurate recording and charting of vital signs, intake and output and report abnormal patient findings.
  • Recorded vital signs into computer; drew blood for lab testing and performed blood glucose testing.
  • Maintained patient stability by checking vital signs and weight; recording intake and output information.
  • Conducted assessment of patient status by reviewing vital signs and reporting abnormal signs and symptoms
  • Document vital signs, measure and record intake and output, weights, etc.
  • Take and record Patients' vital signs at the beginning of each shift.
  • Admit patients, registration, vital signs, and patient's hygiene.
  • Tracked vital signs after procedures and charted on the patients.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Obtained specimens, weights, and vital signs for patients.
  • Record patients' medical information and vital signs.
  • Read and recorded patient's vital signs.
  • Obtained vital signs and documented all data.
  • Job duties generally include observing patients, recording their vital signs and reporting any changes in their condition to healthcare supervisors.
  • Perform healthcare-related tasks, such as monitoring vital signs and medication, under the direction of registered nurses or physiotherapists.
  • Collected and recorded vital signs of pre and post dialysis.
  • Obtain necessary pre and post treatment vital signs and weight.
  • Set up and operated hemodialysis machine * Laboratory and phlebotomy procedures * Patient care, pre-dialysis, weight, and vital signs

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14. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Cited for excellence in interpersonal communications, teamwork, customer service, flexibility and reliability.
  • Supported and promoted an environment that was conductive to quality customer service.
  • Job also required excellent customer service.
  • Answer phones, customer service, scribe for physicians, health unit coordinator, take care of patients and families needs.
  • Experienced with handling customer service issues and solving problems related to accounts and communications hardware.
  • Set up equipment and assisted patients with rehab exercises while maintaining superior customer service.
  • Strive to provide the best customer service and make registration as pleasant as possible.
  • Prioritized and delivers basic patient care with a focus on customer service.
  • Communicated with patients both for customer service and scheduling requests.
  • Followed up on all accounts and provided excellent customer service.
  • Provided customer service care rounds to patients and family members.
  • Provided a high level of customer service to USPTO points-of-contact.
  • Provide great customer service under stressful health situations.
  • Educated patients and customer service.
  • Increased revenue by improving customer service and client retention by 5% Reduced waste by 5% through budget analysis.
  • Assist patients with ADL's * Responsible for driving the hospital culture through values and customer service standards.
  • provide customer service for the patient and their family and friends,
  • Monitor and document patient's vitals while maintaining excellent customer service Review treatment sheets and document any changes in patient wellbeing
  • Assessed patients vitals and blood pressure checks Assisted nurses with patients needs Provided great customer service
  • Direct patient care, IV and derma punctures, customer service, various CNA responsibilities

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15. Telemetry
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Here's how Telemetry is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Assigned to the Cardiac Unit and responsible for monitoring and interpretation of cardiac telemetry recording and documentation.
  • Acted as back-up monitor technician and monitored approximately 45 telemetry patients.
  • Assisted patients on a Medical/Surgical Telemetry Unit.
  • Prepared and maintained telemetry records.
  • Set up patients for telemetry, monitoring EKG rhythm strips and obtain 12 lead EKG.
  • Maintained stock of batteries, wires and electrode pads for smooth functioning of telemetry equipment.
  • Recorded and compiled telemetry data to check for cardiac rhythm changes.
  • Applied and maintained placement of telemetry and O2 monitor.
  • Performed EEG, EKG, and telemetry monitoring.
  • Take vital signs and monitor telemetry equipment.
  • Relieve telemetry monitor for breaks.
  • Place Cardiac Telemetry on patient.
  • Monitored vital signs of telemetry patients Provided sanitary wound care.
  • Interpreted and document patients heart rhythms every 4 hrs for all patients on telemetry for entire hosiptal.
  • Perform routine care for the post-surgical patients, antepartum, postpartum, telemetry and oncology patients.
  • Experienced in Westmoreland Nursing Home, Extended Care Facility, Acute Care, Telemetry and ICU.
  • Job Description: Served in a Patient Care Technician role on a Telemetry/ Medical Surgical unit.
  • Monitor Technician- Interpret telemetry strips and ensure patient safety by notifying nurses of abnormal rythm or arrythmia.
  • Obtained vital signs Assisted patients with personal hygiene needs Transported admitted telemetry patients Assisted patients/families with customer service related needs
  • Assist with ADL's Discontinue foley, prn's Telemetry monitoring Blood glucose measurement Obtain sterile specimens Drain care/ drain emptying

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16. Laboratory Specimens
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Here's how Laboratory Specimens is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Obtain and transport laboratory specimens and patient belongings as ordered.
  • Assist in collection of laboratory specimens.
  • Acquired skills in taking laboratory specimens.
  • Collected and sent laboratory specimens.
  • Prepare laboratory specimens for delivery.
  • Collected and prepared laboratory specimens.
  • Collect and identify laboratory specimens.
  • Collect blood, tissue, or other laboratory specimens, log the specimens, and prepare them for testing.
  • Obtain patient blood samples, handle and process all patient laboratory specimens.
  • Cared for postpartum mothers, patient teaching, and collecting laboratory specimens.
  • Collected blood, tissues, and other laboratory specimens for testing.
  • Obtained and prepared patient laboratory specimens such as blood.
  • Collect, label, and transport laboratory specimens.
  • Collected laboratory specimens and phlebotomy.
  • Performed Courier duties picking up laboratory specimens from ancillary facilities and returning them to the main lab within a timely manner.
  • Trained new staff * Collected urine, bowel and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for testing.
  • Collected blood, and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing.
  • Assisted doctors with surgeries and non-invasive procedures.Collected blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing.
  • Collected laboratory specimens, ordered pre intra, and performed services for post dialysis.
  • Performed EKGs, Venipuncture, Mrsa Swabs and other Laboratory Specimens.

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Performed data entry of patient information on required medical software and restocked medical supplies.
  • Performed various administrative duties including data entry and document preparation.
  • Performed timely data entry into designated clinical application.
  • Performed basic computer and data entry
  • Assisted in all areas of administrative work including data entry, receptionist duties, file organization, research and development.
  • Prepared charts for medical records, answered phones, performed data entry, filing, and employee scheduling.
  • Assisted with the patient's personal hygiene and meals and responsible for data entry of all medical information.
  • Performed clerical duties, such as word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing.
  • Used data entry to input billing codes to correctly charge patients for surgical procedure.
  • Insert and Remove IV's, provide diabetic care and data entry.
  • Perform Administrative duties as scheduling patients, answering phone and data entry.
  • Possess knowledge of computer data entry processes and Microsoft Office applications.
  • Perform data entry and update information on patient chart.
  • Used exceptional problem solving skills and accurate data entry.
  • Conducted data entry of patient records and procedures.
  • Verify patient demographics and insurance information, data entry, file management and workques.
  • Assist with Phlebotomy, EKG's and data entry.
  • Input data entry of patient information Accomplishments Obtained an Associates degree.
  • Monitored and recorded patients' vital signs Performed data entry Collect medical reports Interacted with patients
  • Drug Screen Administer Student and Occupational Health Respirator Fit Testing Data Entry in Excel Patient Check In/Out

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18. Exam Rooms
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Here's how Exam Rooms is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Assist physicians in providing care for patients, prepare exam rooms for specific visits and perform routine screening and tests.
  • Manage office and medical supply inventories; receive deliveries and organize supplies in stockrooms and exam rooms.
  • Clean and prepare exam rooms while making sure rooms are properly stocked and sterilized.
  • Ensured the sanitation & maintenance of all facilities, exam rooms and equipment.
  • Escorted patients to exam rooms and prepared them for physician exams.
  • Ensured cleanliness and sanitation of exam rooms and equipment.
  • Review patient orders, stock and prepare exam rooms.
  • Stocked medical exam rooms, instruments and sterilized equipment.
  • Cleaned exam rooms and surrounding areas between patients.
  • Provided patient preparation and instructions for exam rooms.
  • Sanitized and stocked exam rooms in between patients.
  • Maintain exam rooms for cleanliness and stocked supplies.
  • Keep exam rooms stocked with adequate medical supplies.
  • Prepared patients and exam rooms for procedures.
  • Cleaned exam rooms after patient use.
  • Assist patients to exam rooms.
  • Position: Tech Duties: Patient care, monitor patients, and assisted in bringing patients to Exam Rooms for vitals.
  • Performed EKGs, applied splints, obtained vital signs, transferred patients, and stocked patient exam rooms.
  • Promoted efficiency by placing patients in exam rooms in a timely manner.
  • Wash and autoclave all medical instruments Stock all exam rooms.

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19. ICU
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Here's how ICU is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Used appropriate interpersonal techniques to resolve difficult patient situations.
  • Provided assistance to the Nursing and Medical staff during patient care in the ICU and various other units as needed.
  • Support and educate the family of the patients on how to care for patients in difficult and emotional times.
  • Worked on surgical floor and ICU floor as well as monitoring patients on suicide watch and unit Secretary.
  • Resolved all student and curriculum related issues and problems in timely and efficient manner.
  • Collaborate with Director on curriculum, grade final exam papers and final lab practicum.
  • Contributed to the development and planning of the PCT course curriculum and program completion.
  • Provide emotional support to patients and families, particularly coping with grief and death
  • Care of 10 critically ill ICU patients under the direction of RN.
  • Care of critically ill Medical ICU patients and their family members.
  • Developed the curriculum for a Licensed Practical Nurse Program.
  • Discharge and Admit Patients in an ICU setting.
  • Experience includes med-surgical and ICU clients.
  • Worked side by side with a great team of skilled Rn's, on the ICU unit
  • Worked aside clinical staff in ICU and CCU performing EKG's, Phlebotomy, Wound care, and Respiratory care.
  • Develop syllabus and overall course structure, including daily lab lectures and practicum, including administer all testing and grades.
  • Assisted Nursing staff in the everyday care of patients admitted to the ICU as well as Phlebotomy.
  • Completed sixteen weeks of nurse externship in a critical care setting (ICU).
  • Assist doctors and anesthesiologist in difficult intubation, or to maintain an airway patent.
  • Assist RNs with care of critically ill patients in a 24 bed ICU.

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20. Oral Hygiene
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Here's how Oral Hygiene is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Provide direct patient care (bathing, bed making, feeding, and oral hygiene, turning and positioning patients).
  • Assisted patients with personal hygiene and grooming by bathing patients, providing denture care and oral hygiene, and dressing/undressing patients.
  • Performed many patient care tasks like, bathing, dressing, oral hygiene, giving medications and bolus feeding through g-tube.
  • Provide patients care services in safe and high quality manner, such as bathing, and oral hygiene of vented patients.
  • Promote good personal hygiene by performing oral hygiene, nail care, assisting with bathing or bed baths, & grooming.
  • Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding, transferring, dressing, ambulation and crutch walking.
  • Perform personal care duties such as bathing, nail, hair, foot care, oral hygiene and shaving.
  • Perform direct care to patient including bathing, toileting, oral hygiene, incontinent care, and bed making.
  • Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding and elimination.
  • Assisted patients with bathing, toileting, oral hygiene, and linen change.
  • Assist patient with grooming, oral hygiene, bathing and incontinence care.
  • Assist patients with dressing, oral hygiene and related personal care.
  • Assist with direct patient care procedures including bathing and oral hygiene.
  • Administer oral hygiene per patient personalized care plans.
  • Assisted with personal care and oral hygiene.
  • Performed bed baths and promoted oral hygiene.
  • Assist with bathing, oral hygiene.
  • Help patient with oral hygiene.
  • Assist with baths, ADLs, oral hygiene, and oral suction as needed.
  • bed baths, hair and oral hygiene.

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21. Safe Environment
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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Maintain a clean and safe environment by utilizing PPE, infection-control procedures appropriately.
  • Maintained a safe environment and minor housekeeping in patient rooms
  • Contributed to providing a safe environment with decreased falls through hourly rounding, bed alarms and assisting patients to the bathroom.
  • Perform patient education and create a safe environment for the patients to have adequate dialysis.
  • Maintain a clean and safe environment for the patients and their family members.
  • Maintain a safe environment for myself, patients, visitors, and co-workers.
  • Greet patients with a warm smile and provide a safe environment for patient.
  • Maintain a safe environment for patients and staff by following policies and procedures
  • Assisted in maintaining and providing a clean, safe environment.
  • Assist in maintenance of a healthy and safe environment.
  • Ensured patient was in a healthful and safe environment.
  • Ensured a safe environment for staff and patients.
  • Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment.
  • Promote a safe environment for patients.
  • Provide patients with safe environment.
  • Ambulated and repositioned patients correctly and safely while maintaining safe environments.
  • Maintain a safe environment for patients, personnel and staff by adhering to all Dialysis Healthcare Policies and Procedures.
  • Helped with mental challenged clients Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment.
  • Remove Iv's Assist Nurses when needed Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment.
  • Maintained adequate levels of iffice, dietary, and medical supplies Accomplishments Reliable, self motivated, time efficient, safe environment

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22. Charge Nurse
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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Maintain close communication with the Charge Nurse, House Supervisor, Manager, and Director to ensure procedure compliance.
  • Observed patient's condition and reported immediately any unknown signs, symptoms, or unusual occurrences to Charge Nurse.
  • Provided basic patient care and unit supportive functions under direction and supervision of a charge nurse.
  • Record observations of patient's mental status, physical condition & behavior to charge nurse.
  • Obtain and record vital signs, height, and weight and report to charge nurse.
  • Communicated frequently with charge nurse regarding patients' physical and mental conditions and/or changes.
  • Report abnormal vital signs and any important patient information to the charge nurse immediately.
  • Observed and documented patient status and reported patient complaints to the charge Nurse.
  • Monitored and recorded vital signs and reported all results to charge nurse.
  • Assume direct patient care responsibilities as assigned by the Charge Nurse.
  • Participated in emergency care as directed by the charge nurse.
  • Transitioned to new clinic when it opened as Charge Nurse.
  • Reported any abnormal patient activities to charge nurse.
  • Charge nurse responsibility and preceptor for graduate nurses.
  • Reported unusual findings to charge nurse.
  • Worked directly under supervision of RN Charge Nurse Ability to maintain integrity of IV's to include disconnection of heparin locks.
  • Observed changes in patients' psychosocial behavior and reported discrepancies to charge nurse.
  • Maintain current documentation of patients status and give report to the Charge Nurse.
  • Perform vascular cannulation and reported unusual findings to charge nurse.
  • Performed EKGs and reported results to charge nurse.

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23. CNA
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Here's how CNA is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Provide high-quality patient care as a Patient Care Technician\CNA within surgical, acute-care, rehabilitation.
  • Provided CNA nursing services, within defined scope of practice, to patients based on patient assessment and care planning procedures.
  • Trained new CNA's on quality standards of congregate living of health care environment and service orientation.
  • Provided direct patient care as a licensed CNA in assisted living, private residents and nursing centers.
  • Helped residents with daily care: Ordered and Dispensed medication: All other required CNA duties
  • Operate as a certified nursing assistant (CNA) by providing routine patient care.
  • Assisted in cleanliness and safety procedures based on FMCNA Quality Enhancement Program.
  • Advanced from a CNA position to a PCT position.
  • Perform tasks within the scope of a CNA license.
  • Established a new procedure for CNA efficiency.
  • Developed and maintained a CNA program.
  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).
  • Certified Nursing Assistant, Avalon Southwest Healthcare and Rehabilitation Began work as a floating CNA.
  • Worked as a full time PCT/CNA in a hospital setting on the Medical Surgical floor.
  • Take care of patients needs: All other required CNA duties CNA
  • Provided CNA, EKG and Phlebotomy services.
  • care files, Unit Sec, CNA, and Ordering of supplies.
  • Preformed background checks using IDPH web site Instructed CNA classes as needed.
  • Staffed as a PCT/CNA staffed to work in Northside Hospital, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and various healthcare settings.
  • Cloud regional hospital, St Cloud Fl Patient Registration Wuesthoff Hospital Melbourne, Fl ER registration Healing hands CNA

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24. Daily Living Activities
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Here's how Daily Living Activities is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Provided physical support, assisted patients with performing daily living activities
  • Assisted mentally handicapped patients with daily living activities.
  • Assisted patients with assisted daily living activities such as, bathing, personal hygiene needs, mobility, and nutritional needs.
  • Assist with activities of daily living activities (hygiene, toileting, nutritional meals, and basic housekeeping).
  • Helped consumers meet their personal goals, as well as assisting them with daily living activities.
  • Assisted patients with daily living activities such as grooming, bathing, and dressing.
  • Assisted patients with the daily living activities for which they were unable to perform.
  • Provide patient care by assisting the patient with daily living activities.
  • Provided and assisted with patients' daily living activities.
  • Assisted with daily living activities, feeding and ambulation.
  • Assist patients perform daily living activities as prescribed.
  • Assisted long term patients with daily living activities.
  • Helped patients perform daily living activities.
  • Assist with daily living activities.
  • Provided primary resident care a assistance with daily living activities.
  • Provided primary resident care and assistance withDaily living activities.
  • obtain specimens, checks vital signs, and assists patients with daily living activities.
  • Assisted clients to & from doctor appointments * Charted daily living activities * Light house work & chores
  • Take Vital Signs Assist with meal service Assist clients with daily living activities
  • Assist resident's with all daily living activities Wound care Dressing Bathing Bedding Vitals

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25. Infection Control
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Here's how Infection Control is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Chart data into computerized record with exceptional customer service and adhering to all safety and infection control policies.
  • Followed policies and procedures for infection control and facility safety in accordance with regulatory guidelines.
  • Disinfect all equipment intended for patient use per company protocol and infection control policy
  • Displayed proficient use of medical terminology and infection control standard precautions.
  • Adhere to infection control/safety guidelines, and patient confidentiality policies.
  • Utilized proper infection control and performed duties utilizing standard precautions.
  • Implemented infection control techniques in all patient interactions.
  • Followed all regulations for infection control.
  • Practiced and maintained infection control.
  • Provide high quality care to patients in a rehabilitation setting, reinforce infection control, perform glucose checks, vital signs.
  • Ensured safety of patients and staff by adhering to infection control policies and protocols.
  • Compiled data on infection control and thrombus rates for central lines.
  • Apply safety and infection control measures.
  • Monitor patients vitals practice infection control make sure they receive adequate diaysis
  • Participated in saftey and infection control activities.
  • Experience and knowledge of infection control policies including airborne, droplet, contact, neutropenic and standard precautions.
  • Followed all principles of asepsis and infection control.
  • Monitor intake/output Walk with patients follow infection control procedures Collect and send specimens(sputum/stools/urine) to lab
  • Assist residents with daily needs Maintain infection control Observe and document condition of residents Respond to needs of residents
  • Supported nursing staff Direct patient care Maintained patient safety and infection control Assisted with ADL's

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26. Medical Equipment
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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Learned medical equipment and safety protocols in hospital.
  • Support duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating special medical equipment and apparatus.
  • Sterilized medical equipment / machines, & organize medical work area with respect to OSHA guidelines.
  • Assisted nurses or physicians in the operation of medical equipment and provision of patient care.
  • Ensured the proper use of medical equipment and medical devices were in working order.
  • Delivered patient specimens, documents, or medical equipment to the correct departments.
  • Delivered medical equipment and supplies to patients in the hospital and at home.
  • Stock the operating, patient and triage rooms and maintain medical equipment.
  • Deliver, set-up, and maintain medical equipment at patient delivery location.
  • Set up medical equipment and assist with some medical procedures.
  • Set up, operate and maintain medical equipment effectively.
  • Sterilized all medical equipment for patient use.
  • Assisted residents with setup of medical equipment.
  • Run quality control testing on medical equipment.
  • Clean and sterilize medical equipment.
  • Delivered and Setup in-home medical equipment * Assisted Manager with streamlining filing system and computer inventory system
  • Calibrate and basic maintenance on biomedical equipment
  • Provided biomedical equipment installation and education in usage for various healthcare agencies in Northeastern Louisiana.
  • Service the entire hospital/ providing safe * Efficient and effective transportation of patients * Medical equipment and/ or supplies
  • Stocked up medical equipment vital to the nurse's procedure Help order equipment put patients on dialysis machines

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27. Physician Orders
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Here's how Physician Orders is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Deliver prescribed dialysis treatment according to physician orders and nursing assessment.
  • Prepared and administered medications to patients per Physician orders.
  • Transcribed and entered physician orders into the hospital database.
  • Enter physician orders in clinical information system.
  • Performed Patient Care on Intensive Care Unit and Medical/Surgical Unit * Transcribed Physician Orders * Prepared Patient Charts and Medication Administration Records
  • Translate Physician orders, Nurse notes for the critically ill patients, provide exceptional hospitality care to patients.
  • Review physician orders in patients chart, input to hospital database any action that it may require.
  • Prepare, update and disseminates unit reports, physician orders and patient records.
  • Set up and maintained dialysis machines, made dialysis baths per physician orders.
  • Entered physician orders, charges, answer and direct calls, take messages.
  • Review physician orders, and reinforce treatment care with patient.
  • Assist with physician orders, prepare admission and surgical charts.
  • Provided patients with complete dialysis treatment per physician orders.
  • Entered physician orders for various labs and procedures.
  • Obtain vital signs according to physician orders.
  • Initiate dialysis treatment according to prescribed physician orders Observe patient, and conduct machine safety checks according to facility policy.
  • Read and evaluated physician orders to determine patient condition and treatment protocol.
  • Reviewed and maintained adequate patient charting including accurately transposing physician orders.
  • Review physician orders, and reinforce treatment care with patient Administer patient quality in a considerate, respectful manner
  • Transcribed Physician orders, answered multi-line phone and ordered unit supplies.

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28. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Received emergency phone calls and dispatched ambulance, helicopter, and emergency medical technicians.
  • Directed visitors and answered telephone calls.
  • Signed patients in, collect insurances and copay, assisted in procedures and handle phone calls with patients and doctors offices.
  • Complete administrative tasks, such as entering orders into computer, answering telephone calls, or maintaining medical or facility information.
  • Greet patients and visitors; answers telephone calls; files, distributes mail and performs other general clerical duties.
  • Answer phone calls, and patients call lights while delegating appropriately between RN's and techs on the unit.
  • Answer phone calls and handle them in a professional and timely manner File forms & correspondence.
  • Answered telephone calls, photocopied documents and stocked supplies for the ICU.
  • Perform light clerical duties like answering phone calls and charting attendance record.
  • Receive and screen visitors and telephone calls, and handles general inquiries.
  • Answer phone calls and assist with our annual flu clinic.
  • Assisted with phone calls and messages and documented all calls.
  • Handled phone calls from patients and doctors for scheduling appointments.
  • Answer and transfer phone calls to the appropriate department.
  • Answer and direct phone calls and patient call lights.
  • Answered phone calls and intercom requests.
  • Answered and directed incoming phone calls
  • answered phone calls, data entry, filing and sorting patient charts, communicated with doctors and their orders.
  • Assist with OR procedures Schedule appointments and procedures Assist in multiple research studies Triage phone calls
  • Cross-trained Unit Secretary Responsibilities: Paging doctors and answering phone calls in a timely manner.

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29. Vascular Access
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Here's how Vascular Access is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Evaluated vascular access for potency.
  • Monitored and documented status of vascular access, documented patient observation and seek guidance when levels are out of normal range.
  • Collect patient data: monitor and document status of vascular accesses, review lab work, etc.
  • Assess vascular accesses for signs and symptoms of anything particularly unusual or signs and symptoms of infection.
  • Maintained equipment, monitored water treatment, monitored vascular access as well as patient care.
  • Checked vascular accesses and reported any problems to charge nurse.
  • Monitor and document status of vascular access.
  • Perform vascular access evaluation pre-treatment and report unusual findings to nurse supervisor.
  • Perform vascular access evaluation and cannulation.
  • Evaluate vascular access evaluation pre and post treatment and report unusual findings to charge nurse.
  • Observed physical condition of patient and status of their vascular access while on dialysis.
  • Evaluated and obtained vascular access, pre, during, and post treatment.
  • Evaluate vascular access for patency and report any unusual findings to nurse supervisor.
  • Perform vascular access evaluation pre-treatment and perform vascular access cannulation and discontinue dialysis treatment according to established procedures.
  • Perform vascular access cannulation and report any difficulties in cannulation or unusual findings to nurse supervisor.
  • Direct patient care and vital signs -Machine set-up and vascular access procedures: Cannulation; Catheter Care; Medication administration
  • Evaluate and Cannulate vascular access before, during, and after hemodialysis treatment.
  • Evaluate vascular access for patency and cannulation of site.
  • Evaluate vascular access for patency and report any difficulties in cannulation or unusaul findings.
  • Obtain vital signs In-class training (5 weeks) Evaluate vascular access Initiate/discontinue dialysis treatment Observe patient and conduct safety checks

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30. Oncology
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Here's how Oncology is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Provide a caring and compassionate environment to oncology patients on an acuity adaptable unit.
  • Admitted oncology patients for scheduled chemotherapy and radiation appointments.
  • Worked on pediatric oncology and kidney/liver transplant floor.
  • Assisted in the care of patients on the Hospice and Oncology floor, floating to other floors as needed.
  • Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnose including oncology, surgical, cardiac, reconstructive surgery and other pediatrics specialties.
  • Experience: ICU, ER, Surgical, Neurology, Physical Therapy, Oncology, Medical, Orthopedics.
  • Floated to specialty units such as: Pediatrics, Oncology, step-down, and I.C.U.
  • Collected specimens and assisted Oncology patients with eating, personal hygiene and grooming.
  • Experience in Orthopedics, Medicine, Oncology, Neurology, and Surgery.
  • Direct patient care under nurse supervision, on an oncology unit.
  • Care for oncology patients and assist with ADL's.
  • Provide nursing care on the medical Oncology unit.
  • Worked on Hematology-Oncology, Med-Surg, OB/GYN.
  • Worked on oncology with cancer patients.
  • Provided care for multi-unit patients including emergency/trauma, pediatrics, medicine, oncology and surgical.
  • worked as a patient care technician on a hematologic/diabetic/oncology overflow unit.
  • Provided assistance with ADLs, feeding, transferring and nursing support to oncology patient on Franklin 4 unit.
  • floated to other units including Intensive Care Unit, Intermediate Unit, Medical/Surgerical Unit; Oncology and Pediatrics.
  • Serve as both a patient care technician and a unit clerk on an ortho/neuro/oncology unit.
  • Work daily with Hemo Vacs, JP Drains, D/C/ Foleys, D/C INTs in both a Surgical and Oncology Unit.

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31. Catheter Care
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Here's how Catheter Care is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Obtain vitals, assist with toileting, catheter care, wound care, physical therapy, assist in codes as needed.
  • Assisted the medical staff with patient hygiene, wound/catheter care, glucose testing and minor medical procedures.
  • Provide basic patient care such as bathing, feeding, catheter care.
  • Performed catheter care, inserting and removal of Foley.
  • Performed catheter care and removal.
  • Assist with prosthetic devices, sitz bath, catheter care, enemas, rectal bags, and colostomy care.
  • Assess patient access proper to cannulation, perform catheter care and apply proper dressings before and after treatment.
  • Perform venipuncture to patient's access sites and perform catheter cares to initiate dialysis treatment.
  • Skilled in telemetry, blood draws, provided catheter care, and Ostomy care.
  • Performed vital signs assessment, blood draws, ECGs and drain/catheter care.
  • Cannulated patients, performed catheter care on patients with catheters.
  • Assisted nurses with foley catheter care and placement.
  • Preformed foley catherization, catheter care and removal.
  • Skilled in taking and recoding vital signs, blood cultures, catheter care, drainage of Foley and Ostomy bags.
  • Assist with bathing, standing, walking, meals, catheter care/foley care hoyer-lift experience.
  • Veni-punctured for treatment as well as CVC catheter care in an outpatient hemo-dialysis setting.
  • Preformed post mortem cares Preformed catheter care, intubation cares, and checked blood glucose levels.
  • Perform Catheter Care Data Entry Glucose Readings Transport Patients
  • Draw blood( phlebotomist) Perform EKGs Provide catheter care and discharge them.
  • General Surgery Unit Patient Care Tech -Vitals -bathes/perineal care -ostomy care -catheter care -removal of IVs -ACCU checks -charting

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32. Bladder Scans
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Here's how Bladder Scans is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Assisted or performed under RN supervision in enemas, sterile and non-sterile insertion of bladder scans, removal of urinary catheters.
  • Started and discontinued IV s, preformed blood draws, bladder scans, and EKG's but not limited to.
  • Administer EKG and bladder scans, assist orthopedics clinic, draw blood, and insert catheters and IV's.
  • Assisted nurses with catheter insertion, IV removal, EKG tests and bladder scans
  • Assisted nursing staff with wound care, braces, bladder scans etc.
  • Operate ultrasound machine and residual machine for bladder scans.
  • Performed bladder scans to determine when patients needed catheters.
  • Perform bladder scans on patients.
  • Perform EKG's and bladder scans.
  • Perform a variety of patient care needs such as dressing changes, catheterizations, and bladder scans.
  • Discontinue Foleys and IV's, administer enemas, perform bladder scans, oral suctioning, dressing changes
  • Assisted with EKG's, Ng tubing, and bladder scans, observed cardiovascular ultrasound.
  • Performed venipuncture, taking and recording vitals, glucose monitoring, and bladder scans.
  • Performed Foley, IV insertions, EKGs, bladder scans, wound care.
  • Perform EKGs, bladder scans, insert foley catheters, take out peripheral intravenous lines, and performed other duties as assigned
  • Performed ECGs, phlebotomy, bladder scans, hearing and visual tests.
  • Provided post-op care for patients on ortho-neuro floor Performed accu-checks, bladder scans, ambulation, catheter care, and CPM therapy
  • Assist patients with complete bed baths, Cardiac chair to bed transfer Accu checks, bladder scans, EKG and Vital signs
  • Recorded intake and output as necessary.Assisted patients with toileting and transfers.took ekg's and bladder scans when neceesary.
  • Take bladder scans, orthostatic blood pressures, EKGs, Urinary catheterizations, and Blood glucose checks.

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33. Computer System
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Here's how Computer System is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Update patient benefit information in computer system and verify that existing information is accurate.
  • Input data into computer systems and maintained medical records.-Maintained water purifying systems
  • Placed Patient Lab/Diet Orders into Hospital computer system
  • Recorded medication orders into computer system.
  • Collect vital signs labs and specimens and report findings to the nurse, and chart them into the computer system.
  • Trained more than 20 unit clerks nurses and medical assistants on unit's computer system and work flow procedures.
  • Utilized computer system to input doctor's orders for patients and order required tests and lab work.
  • Assisted with new patient admissions and put physician's orders in the computer system.
  • Assisted with answering phone lines, receiving and entering physician orders into computer system.
  • Documented all patient flow sheets and enter into the computer system.
  • Entered patient information into the Center s computer system for treatments.
  • Obtained vital signs and recorded results in hospital computer system.
  • Input of patients' vital information in computer system.
  • Entered physician's orders in the computer system.
  • Utilize the Hospital computer system.
  • Chart in epic computer system.
  • Utilize the clinic computer system.
  • Conducted EKGs and point of care testing, and charted all services on the IBEX computer system.
  • Recorded daily cares performed in the hospital computer system and alerted nursing staff of irregularities.
  • Enter all data into Meditech computer system.

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34. Direct Supervision
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Here's how Direct Supervision is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Conducted maintenance therapy programs established by therapists and under the direct supervision of therapists.
  • Monitored and provided bedside care under the direct supervision of multiple registered nurses on a telemetry unit of the hospital.
  • Provide the direct, patient care for assigned patients under the direct supervision of a licensed nurse.
  • Work with patients under the direct supervision of health care professionals, such as doctors or nurses.
  • Worked under direct supervision of the Registered Nurse in accordance with the standards of practice.
  • Performed direct patient care, bladder training, documentation, worked under direct supervision of LVN/RN
  • Worked closely under direct supervision of charge nurse to provide effective and safe resident care.
  • Performed tasks related to patient care under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse.
  • Performed basic clinical skills under the direct supervision of the registered nurse.
  • Assist and performed Patient Care under the direct supervision of the R.N.
  • Provided support under the direct supervision of the licensed nursing staff.
  • Provide health checkup to designated patients under direct supervision of RN.
  • Provided direct patient care under the direct supervision of a RN.
  • Provided basic patient care under direct supervision of nursing staff.
  • Self-directed and flexible, with experience working without direct supervision.
  • Worked under the direct supervision of an RN.
  • Perform multi-faceted care under direct supervision of registered nurses.
  • Performed direct patient care, performed ADL s to patient pre/post surgery, worked under direct supervision of LVN/RN
  • Administer nursing care under direct supervision to assigned residents/ patients in order to achi eve maximum level of independence.
  • Direct supervision of the RN in a hospital setting daily adl's phlebotomy EKG's.

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Here's how Hippa is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Implemented HIPPA compliance regulations and recognized for assisting other in maintaining standards
  • Completed accurate documentation in compliance with HIPPA regulations.
  • Adhered to HIPPA requirements and maintained all confidentiality.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality following current HIPPA laws.
  • Coordinated with doctors, nurses and administration to implement efficient care plan for patients that is consistent with all HIPPA regulations.
  • Adhere to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) privacy policies and procedures.
  • Recorded vital signs, maintained patient charts and records, observed all HIPPA laws.
  • Set standards in customer service, and legal implications of patient and HIPPA regulations.
  • Conformed to all OSHA and JCAHO guidelines for Universal Precaution and HIPPA regulations.
  • Ensured confidentiality as mandated by Care One Home Medical and HIPPA Privacy rules.
  • Comply with HIPPAA standards in all patient documentation and interactions.
  • Follow HIPPA regulations, and company policy and procedures.
  • Complied with all hospital regulations and HIPPA laws.
  • Followed HIPPA procedures and maintained privacy of patients.
  • Complied with HIPPA privacy rules.
  • Complied with HIPPA standards in all patient documentation and interactions Primary responsibilities include design and development of server code.
  • Direct patient care Maintained patient records and charts according to HIPPA standards Documented patient information into electronic medical record
  • Transport patients to and from various units throughout the hospital system Comply with HIPPA and all healthcare guidelines
  • Implement Hippa ordinances/ Patient Privacy Act as well as other healthcare ordinances.
  • Assist patients with assisted daily living Draw labs and cultures phlebotomy skilled, communication skills are great team player,Hippa ready

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36. Respiration Rate
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Here's how Respiration Rate is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Blood pressure, pulse, respiration rate and run EKG's and blood draw as directed by medical or nursing staff.
  • Obtain and document vital signs such as : height, weight, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rate.
  • Obtain and record vital signs, blood pressure, respiration rates, food and fluid intake and output.
  • Monitor and record vital signs - temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration rates etc.
  • Monitored patients' basic vital signs, including temperature, pulse, blood pressure and respiration rates.
  • Record vital signs, such as temperature, blood pressure, pulse, or respiration rate.
  • Measured heart rate, blood pressure, respiration rate, blood-oxygen level, and EKG/ECG.
  • Monitor and record vital signs-temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration rates.
  • Recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates.
  • Take patient's temperate, pulse, and respiration rate.
  • Obtained blood pressure, temperature, respiration rate.
  • Take and record patients vital signs, including blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, respiration rate, etc.
  • Collected and recorded patient's pre and post dialysis weight, temperature, blood pressure and respiration rate.
  • Performed EKG's, Hematests, glucose tests, respiration rate and temperature.
  • Prepared accurate documentation and recorded weight, temperature, blood pressure, pulse rate, and also respiration rate !
  • Obtain patient vitals such as predialysis weight, tempertature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rate.
  • Record vital signs, such as tempatures,blood pressure, pulse and respiration rate.

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37. EMR
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Here's how EMR is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Entered orders in to EMR, drew blood and followed detailed medical orders to carry out small procedures.
  • Helped patients that came in for surgery by checking them in and updated demographic information in EMR.
  • Obtain vital signs and enter the data in the EMR in designated clinics with completed competencies.
  • Collected specimens, answered call lights, and entered vital signs into the EMR system.
  • Used EMR to document patients' vitals and care provided throughout the shift.
  • Performed patient triage and recorded patient information in Health Port EMR system.
  • Collected patient demographic and chief complaint information and entered into EMR system.
  • Completed hospital s EPIC and McKesson (EMR) Training Programs.
  • Collect payment, run billing reports, CPT coding, EMR
  • Entered orders into the EMR system efficiently and without errors.
  • Documented patient information pertaining to ongoing treatment in EPIC EMR.
  • Review and document in patients chart via EMR.
  • Scribe exam, treatment and orders into EMR.
  • Collect payments and log in the EMR.
  • Chart on patients in the EMR.
  • Extract all pertinent data from patient eMR in routine and emergency situations.
  • Input patient data and demographics into an EMR system, eClinicalWorks.
  • Monitor and assess six to ten medical-surgical patients Aid in prevention of post-surgical complications Maintain patient EMR
  • Assist the nurses with patient care Vitals signs , glucose testing , foley removal IV removal, charting into the EMR system
  • Assisted with patient paperwork/information/scanning into the EMR Phlebotomy in the Lab Echocardiograms and Spirometry Injections Assisting with scheduling alongside the flow coordinator

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38. Emotional Support
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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Demonstrated excellent patient communication skills and provided emotional support for those with various illnesses.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Provided emotional support and accommodated specials needs of patients accordingly.
  • Provided emotional support and assisted with activities of daily living.
  • Provided behavioral and emotional support; assisted patients with activities
  • Provided family members with emotional support when needed.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for patients.
  • Provide emotional support to patients/families.
  • Assessed postpartum conditions and provide proper emotional support to family members to ensure patient privacy is still kept safe.
  • Communicate with patients to ascertain feelings or need for assistance or social and emotional support.
  • Counseled and provided emotional support to families and preserved end of life dignity for patients.
  • Provided personal assistance, medical attention, and emotional support to patients.
  • Monitored vital signs and provided emotional support to patients and families.
  • Provide patient comfort and emotional support as needed.
  • Provided emotional support to clients and families involved.
  • Provided patients and families with emotional support.
  • Assisted nursing staff in administering basic treatments & provided appropriate emotional support and performed basic nursing procedures (e.g.
  • Addressed the physical needs and provided emotional support to patients and their families.
  • Assist in post mortem care and provided emotional support to family members.
  • Recognized and reported abnormalities and/or changes in patients' health status to nursing staff..Provided patients and families with emotional support.

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39. Fluid Intake
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Here's how Fluid Intake is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, food and fluid intake and output, as directed.
  • Monitored and recorded fluid intake and output, reported general changes in patients' health condition to nursing staff.
  • Record vital signs and fluid intake as well as assist with patient rotation to prevent deterioration of health.
  • Encourage more fluid intake as directed such as thickened liquids for those who have difficulty of swallowing.
  • Encourage and educate patients on the importance of maintaining a healthy diet and minimizing fluid intake.
  • Obtained daily weights for patients with congestive heart failure, and monitored fluid intake and output.
  • Read and recorded temperature, pulse and respiration, assisted with adequate nutrition and fluid intake.
  • Monitored fluid intake and output levels and measured urine and delivered specimens to lab.
  • Set up of meal trays, and documenting food / fluid intake.
  • Monitor and record fluid intake and output, vital signs.
  • Contributed to a nutrition and fluid intake schedule for patients.
  • Measured and recorded patient s fluid intake and output.
  • Ensured adequate nutrition and fluid intake of patient.
  • Assist patient with adequate nutrition and fluid intake.
  • Record food and fluid intake and output.
  • Monitored fluid intake and output levels.
  • Record patients' fluid intake/output.
  • Measured and recorded patient's fluid intake and output.Turned and positioned patients on schedule to prevent skin breakdown.
  • Assisted with adequate nutrition and fluid intake.Planned, prepared and served meals and snacks according to prescribed diets.
  • Cannulate patients Fistula and Graft with needles to remove fluid intake.

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40. Skin Care
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Here's how Skin Care is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Care for the incontinent patient aiding in keeping them dry, turned, and preventative skin care maintenance.
  • Provide comfort measures such as oral hygiene, grooming, partial bed bath, and skin care.
  • Assisted patients in completion of personal hygiene needs which include: bathing, skin care, grooming.
  • Help manage skin care, bowel and bladder programs, and any pain patients may be experiencing.
  • Performed wound and skin care, aided with daily living skills such as feeding and personal hygiene.
  • Assist patients with completing personal hygiene needs including bathing, grooming, skin care and toileting needs.
  • Provided person-centered care for patients such as bathing, oral hygiene, toileting, skin care.
  • Provided daily skin care and vital signs to residents and reported all changes to RN.
  • Provide skin care to maintain the health of the skin, Assist with Toileting.
  • Provide skin care for patients confined in bed for extended periods of time.
  • Assist nurses with patient daily treatments & wound care, skin care.
  • Skin Care Management - identifies potential and actual skin integrity problems.
  • Assist; bathing, toileting, hair/skin care.
  • Positioned patients according while performing skin care.
  • Provided patients with proper skin care.
  • Administered all aspects of skin care, including bedside baths Responsible for reporting and charting intake and output functions.
  • Administered all aspects of skin care, including bedside baths, perineal care to patients.
  • Record weight, support good skin care to prevent skin breakdown (i.e.
  • Monitor blood glucose level and oxygen saturation Skin Care.
  • Job Duties Accu check/ Blood glucose EKG CPR Phlebotomy I&O Specimen collection Monitor vital signs Bathing/skin care/oral hygiene

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41. Hipaa
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Here's how Hipaa is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Guaranteed patient confidence and protected operations by keeping patient care information confidential according to HIPAA standards.
  • Provide assistance to multiple patients during the day with one on one attention and maintaining patient confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA.
  • Tracked orders ensuring the specified department received the orders to be performed, while following HIPAA regulations.
  • Comply with state and federal laws, keeping all the patient information confidential according to HIPAA laws.
  • Follow appropriate HIPAA procedures and maintain security for the safety of the newborn babies and mothers.
  • Respond to patient questions regarding the Little Clinic procedures including explanation of HIPAA guidelines.
  • Complied constantly with HIPAA standards while preparing patient documentation and in other interactions.
  • Answer questions, following HIPAA guidelines while in the front area.
  • Complied with HIPAA standards on all patient documentation and interactions.
  • Maintained a professional level of customer service and HIPAA compliance.
  • Compile the HIPAA guidelines in all patient documentation and interactions.
  • Prepared and audited patient charts according to HIPAA compliance.
  • Comply with HIPAA, OSHA and state law regulations.
  • Ensured HIPAA compliance Educated patients about their treatments.
  • Complied with all HIPAA and OSHA regulations.
  • Maintain confidentiality and abide by HIPAA policy.
  • Keep and follow HIPAA regulations.
  • Maintain effective communication with peers/senior healthcare providers throughout use of extensive medical terminology knowledge, while following all HIPAA compliance guidelines.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations by Appropriately handling patient information.
  • Provided direct care to inpatient consumers and document findings following HIPAA * Served as preceptor and resource for new staff.

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42. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Developed a system of staff communication that ensured proper implementation of treatment plans and comprehensive patient care.
  • Implemented comprehensive treatment plans that focused on accurate treatment of behavioral health problems.
  • Followed individual treatment plans consistently.
  • Perform daily follow-up calls and reaffirm treatment plans with patients seen at the clinic at least 48 hours after appointments
  • Consulted with physician and other medical staff regarding any possible change in the treatment plans of the patient.
  • Worked with a small team to document patient information including treatment plans and progress notes.
  • Assisted inpatient WOCN with wound care, assessments, treatment plans, and patient/nurse education.
  • Served as liaison between patients and physicians to assist patients with understanding their treatment plans.
  • Collect information about conditions and treatment plans from caregivers, nurses and doctors.
  • Communicate with the medical treatment staff to coordinate patient's treatment plans.
  • Liaised between patients and physicians to ensure patient comprehension of treatment plans.
  • Gather information from Nurses and Physicians about patient condition and treatment plans.
  • Develop and implement treatment plans based on clinical experience and knowledge.
  • Reviewed treatment plans and outcomes in providing comprehensive patient care.
  • Assisted registered nurses and doctors in preparing treatment plans.
  • Administer treatment plans according to physician orders.
  • Reinforce treatment plans with patients.
  • Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports Collaborate with other staff members to perform clinical treatment plans.
  • Gather information from caregivers, nurses, or physicians about patient condition, treatment plans, or appropriate activities.
  • Triaged emergencies, attained histories from owners and went over treatment plans and financial information.

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43. Bed Linens
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Here's how Bed Linens is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Take patient vital signs, bath, assist with feeding, toilet, change bed linens, and ambulate patients
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, bathe, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Change bed linens, wash and iron patients' laundry, and clean patients' quarters.
  • Cleaned rooms, change bed linens and transport patients from hospital rooms to procedure rooms.
  • Change soiled linens, such as bed linens, drapes, or cubicle curtains.
  • Assured a clean household including bed linens, laundry, dishes, etc.
  • Change bed linens and clean patient rooms to prevent spread of disease.
  • Changed bed linens, ran errands, directed visitors and answered telephone.
  • Change bed linens and maintain patient room clean and safe.
  • Change soiled linens, such as bed linens, drapes.
  • Changed bed linens, answered patient call lights.
  • Change bed linens and help clean patient rooms.
  • Change bed linens and make beds.
  • Changed bed linens and directed visitors.
  • Changed bed linens and bathed patients.
  • Change bed linens or make beds.
  • Change bed linens as necessary.
  • Change bed linens as needed.
  • dressed, and fed patients, changed bed linens, collected sputum and urine specimens for the lab.
  • Change bed linens, turn and reposition patients to prevent bedsores.

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44. Quality Care
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Here's how Quality Care is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Provided/assisted quality care such as obtain/maintain vital signs.
  • Developed and maintained quality care systems and standards, including but not limited to, creating and improving medical protocols/guidelines.
  • Provided quality care as directed by the Registered Nurse and in accordance with objectives, policies and procedures of the hospital
  • Work in collaboration with Nursing and Physician staff to ensure safe, quality care of patients throughout hospital.
  • Acted as liaison between physicians and patients and assisted in follow through of quality care.
  • Provide safe, quality care of patients under the direction of a Nurse Manager.
  • Employed as an INROADS Intern to deliver quality care to cardiovascular surgery patients.
  • Provide quality care on Medical Surgical, Pediatric, and Telemetry Units.
  • Administered efficient, quality care to patient with End Stage Renal Disease.
  • Provide safe high quality care to patients of varying backgrounds and cultures.
  • Provided quality care for over 100 patients daily in emergency situations.
  • Provided quality care for patients and support for their families.
  • Delivered high quality care to all patients.
  • Provide safe, quality care to a diverse community of patients, working with RNs and adhering to budgets.
  • Worked directly with the Nephrologists and facility team to provide the best quality care for each patient.
  • Provided direct quality care including daily monitoring, informing and given daily ADLs.
  • Create quality care each individual patient such as, bathing ,bathroom...etc
  • Travel Assignment- Patient Care Technicians provide quality care for dialysis patients.
  • March 2011- Aug. 2013 Provide safe and secure patient care Provide clean and safe practices for quality care
  • employed My responsibility as a Patient Care Tech is to provide quality care to all patients in a timely manner.

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45. Lab Draws
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Here's how Lab Draws is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Apply accurate orthopedic splinting devices, laboratory lab draws, following department and facility policies and procedures.
  • Monitor vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse, lab draws, tested and recorded blood glucose levels.
  • Direct patient care including administering of O2, lab draws, and measuring of vital signs.
  • Performed direct care on a 38 bed medical/surgical unit, responsible for all lab draws.
  • General daily tasks: bathe patients, change linens, vitals testing, lab draws.
  • Perform nursing tasks such as vitals, lab draws, and daily hygiene cares.
  • Obtain lab draws and glucose checks according to orders.
  • Put in orders for lab draws and radiology procedures.
  • Obtain report, prioritize care, collect vitals, lab draws, vital signs, EKG's.
  • Care of pediatric patients, vitals, I&O, lab draws,
  • Perform lab draws, start I.V.
  • Obtain vitals, lab draws, IV insertion, splinting, assist in sterile procedures and all other patient care.
  • Reported vitals, weight, in-takes, and out-takes as directed Courier of lab draws to the laboratory for testing
  • Performed lab draws, EKG's, glucose checks, and provided pre- and post-operative care.
  • Completed different phlebotomy task and lab draws upon patient admission and general stay.
  • Perform and obtain lab draws/phlebotomy.
  • Obtain vital signs, specimens, and lab draws * Initiate and terminate dialysis treatment * Provide direct care to patients
  • Assist patients with everyday living skills * Observe and chart patient intake/output * Perform lab draws
  • Triaged patients , ekg, lab draws, iv set up, assisted Dr's with suture procedures .
  • Assisted emergency room patients with ADLs Performed lab draws, catheterizations and EKGs

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46. Pulse Rate
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Here's how Pulse Rate is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Obtained and recorded the patient's post dialysis weight, temperature, blood pressure, pulse rate, and respiration rate.
  • Measure and record primary vital signs, including body temperature, blood pressure, pulse rate, and respiratory rate.
  • Monitored and recorded patients vitals every 30 minutes, including blood pressure, fluids being removed, and pulse rate.
  • Perform the routine work and examine the patients like check their pulse rate, blood pressure, give injections etc.
  • Take routine blood pressure, temperature, respiratory rate, input/ output, blood glucose levels, pulse rate.
  • Assessed and recorded patient's blood pressure, pulse rate, weight, temperature, and respiratory rate.
  • Obtained vital signs; such as blood pressure, temperature, respiratory rate, and pulse rate.
  • Measured vital signs, such as pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight and height.
  • Record vital statistics such as blood pressure, pulse rate, weight, temperature, and respiration.
  • Take and recorded patients post-dialysis weight, pulse rate, respiration rate, temperature and blood pressure.
  • Checked patients' pulse rate, blood pressure, weight, respiration rate and temperature.
  • Keep record and equipment monitoring, maintenance and troubleshooting pulse rate, and respiration rate.
  • Measured pulse rate, temperature and other essential parameters of the patients.
  • Measured temperature, pulse rate and blood pressure of the residents.
  • Place patients in exam rooms and take vitals: height, weight, blood pressure, pulse rate, etc.
  • Measured vital signs,such as pulse rate,temperature,blood pressure, weight and height.

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47. Office Supplies
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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Discharged and admitted patients, consulted physicians, ordered office supplies, and operated office machinery
  • Maintained unit technology resources and ordered/stocked unit office supplies.
  • Inventory and ordering of medical supplies, office supplies, and equipment, as well as equipment maintenance.
  • Job duties also including faxing paper work making copies and filing and maintaining office supplies.
  • Maintained inventory of medical and office supplies to optimize delivery of patient care and treatment.
  • Ordered and distributed office supplies while adhering to a fixed office budget.
  • Inventory and order medical, lab, or office supplies or equipment.
  • Order office supplies for the unit through Office Max and Standard Registry.
  • Track office inventory, order and distribute office supplies as needed.
  • Manage and reorder office supplies, provide safe and clean environment.
  • Managed office supplies, vendors, organization and upkeep.
  • Monitor office supplies and inventory doing reorders when necessary.
  • Monitor office supplies inventory and report order requests.
  • Coordinate the repair and maintenance of office supplies/equipment.
  • Light cleaning and stocking of office supplies.
  • Order lab and office supplies.
  • Ordered and stocked office supplies.
  • Provide registration coverage for the hospital after 07:00 p.m. Order office supplies for the nursing division.
  • Do list for paper work supplies, unit supplies, and office supplies for service coord.
  • care, vital signs, order and organize office supplies.

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48. Bed Baths
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Here's how Bed Baths is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Provide activities of daily living by assisting with meals, ambulation, turning, positioning, and bed baths
  • Assisted with blood draws, changing sterile dressings, bed baths, and inserting/removing Foley Catheters.
  • Provided assistance to patients, including am care, bed baths, ambulating, and feeding.
  • Bed baths, assist with oral care, dressing, feeding, and daily living.
  • Provide patient hygiene such as bed baths, assistance with showering and oral care.
  • Assisted patients with feeding, bed baths, oral care, toileting, and shaving
  • Provided overnight patient sitting, bed baths, bed preparations, and transfers.
  • Provide direct care such as bed baths to patients in the hospital.
  • Provided routine bed baths and frequently changed linens.
  • Perform bed baths, personal hygiene etc.
  • Assist nurses or coworkers with bed baths.
  • Performed bed baths and personal care.
  • Performed vitals and bed baths.
  • Provided patients with ADL's, bed baths, and bed making.
  • Prepare meals Toiling Transporting Clients Distributed medication Light Cleaning Accurate count Documenting daily activities Bed baths/showers Redirect dementia patients
  • Provided patient care including bed baths, turning and repositioning, obtained vital signs, documenting intake and output.
  • Performed Straight Catheterization, Tracheotomy care, blood glucose, vital signs, and bed baths.
  • Assisted with feeding, showering, bed baths, dressing, turning, hoyer lifting.
  • Take vitals, Blood glucose, bed baths, telemoniter, cardiac, pediatric, orthopedic, charting, ICU, Med/Surg
  • Collect arterial and veni-puncture specimen.Give bed baths and showers.

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49. Motion Exercises
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Here's how Motion Exercises is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Assisted patients with ranged of motion exercises allowing the opportunity to receive additional care to supplement their daily physical therapy sessions.
  • Assisted clients with range-of-motion exercises or other prescribed exercises.
  • Assist patients with their mobility turn and positioning do range of motion exercises, transferring patients to and from wheelchair.
  • Monitored vital signs, assisted with feeding, bathing/ grooming, positioning and range of motion exercises.
  • Help patients ambulate, perform range of motion exercises, and position themselves comfortably in their beds.
  • Assist with activities of daily living, personal hygiene, range of motion exercises mobility and nutrition.
  • Directed patients in prescribed range of motion exercises and in the use of braces or artificial limbs.
  • Visited individuals in their homes assisting with range of motion exercises and performing ultra sound treatments.
  • Help patients walk, perform range of motion exercises, helping patients dress and bathe.
  • Educated patients on range-of-motion exercises and stretches to relieve pain and improve overall functioning.
  • Assist patients with their mobility turn and positioning with a range of motion exercises.
  • Assisted patients with range of motion exercises and movements to wheelchair or walker.
  • Assist patients in walking, perform range of motion exercises.
  • Assisted in Range of Motion exercises encouraging independence of patient.
  • Assisted patients with ambulation and range of motion exercises.
  • Assist with active range if motion exercises.
  • Executed range of motion exercises as assigned.
  • Assisted with prescribed range of motion exercises.
  • Administered simple range of motion exercises.
  • Assisted patients with nutrition, mobility, and basic range of motion exercises Credentials & Licensure.

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50. Meal Prep
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Here's how Meal Prep is used in Patient Care Technician jobs:
  • Assist with dressing, meal preparation, house duties, incontinent care, hair, skin, and foot care.
  • Assist with laundry, meal preparation, cleaning, bathing, continence, errands, and doctor appointments.
  • Provide residents and temporary patients with assistance in personal hygiene, meal preparation, medication passing.
  • Assisted children with disabilities in areas of personal care, meal preparation, and housekeeping.
  • Accompanied patient to appointments, assist patient with meal preparation and light housekeeping as needed.
  • Assisted with companionship, meal preparation, exercises, personal care, and medication reminders.
  • Assist patients with daily activities, transport throughout facility, meal preparation and general needs.
  • Assisted with elderly care, light to moderate house keeping, meal preparation and transportation
  • Assisted patient with chores, bathing, meal preparation, and other necessary functions.
  • Assist them with meal preparation, community activities, laundry, and hygiene care.
  • Assisted elective orthopedic patients with daily activities such as meal preparation and hygienic tasks.
  • Assisted patients with bathing, dressing, grooming and meal preparations.
  • Prepared meal preparations household cleaning and hygiene care.
  • Assisted with daily meal preparations and feeding.
  • Light house cleaning; Light meal prep.
  • Dressed or undressed the client(s) Assisted with eating and meal preparation.
  • Light housekeeping, Transportation and meal preparation, Medication Reminders (Non Medical)
  • Performed duties such as: patient care,charting,vital signs, meal preparations,assisted with activities of daily living
  • light house work and changing beds.Meal preparation, mouth care, diapering and dressing the client.
  • Helped with meal preparation * Provided light housework * Basic patient care

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20 Most Common Skills For A Patient Care Technician

Blood Pressure

18.0%

Patient Care

13.3%

EKG

10.5%

Dialysis Treatment

10.4%

Phlebotomy

5.6%

RN

5.2%

Personal Care

4.7%

ADL

4.5%

IV

3.9%

Emergency Situations

3.5%

Medical Records

3.4%

CPR

2.6%

Vital Signs

2.4%

Customer Service

2.4%

Telemetry

2.4%

Laboratory Specimens

1.6%

Data Entry

1.5%

Exam Rooms

1.4%

ICU

1.4%

Oral Hygiene

1.3%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Patient Care Technician

Rank Skill
1 Blood Pressure 14.7%
2 Patient Care 10.8%
3 EKG 8.5%
4 Dialysis Treatment 8.5%
5 Phlebotomy 4.5%
6 RN 4.3%
7 Personal Care 3.8%
8 ADL 3.6%
9 IV 3.2%
10 Emergency Situations 2.9%
11 Medical Records 2.7%
12 CPR 2.1%
13 Vital Signs 2.0%
14 Customer Service 2.0%
15 Telemetry 1.9%
16 Laboratory Specimens 1.3%
17 Data Entry 1.2%
18 Exam Rooms 1.1%
19 ICU 1.1%
20 Oral Hygiene 1.1%
21 Safe Environment 0.9%
22 Charge Nurse 0.9%
23 CNA 0.8%
24 Daily Living Activities 0.8%
25 Infection Control 0.8%
26 Medical Equipment 0.8%
27 Physician Orders 0.7%
28 Phone Calls 0.7%
29 Vascular Access 0.7%
30 Oncology 0.6%
31 Catheter Care 0.6%
32 Bladder Scans 0.6%
33 Computer System 0.6%
34 Direct Supervision 0.6%
35 Hippa 0.6%
36 Respiration Rate 0.6%
37 EMR 0.6%
38 Emotional Support 0.6%
39 Fluid Intake 0.6%
40 Skin Care 0.5%
41 Hipaa 0.5%
42 Treatment Plans 0.5%
43 Bed Linens 0.5%
44 Quality Care 0.5%
45 Lab Draws 0.5%
46 Pulse Rate 0.5%
47 Office Supplies 0.5%
48 Bed Baths 0.4%
49 Motion Exercises 0.4%
50 Meal Prep 0.4%
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