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C.N.A/ Certified Nursing Assistant

Company: At Home Quality Care
Location: Schererville
Posted on: August 7, 2022

Job Description:

At Home Quality Care - Indiana -

At Home Quality Careis looking for a Certified Nursing assistant (CNA.) who will work in a home health setting. Do you love making a difference in people's lives? Create meaningful relationships with patients and family.
Are you looking for part-time or prn?
Do you want to have the freedom of having a flexible schedule?
Then we are your ideal company.

AT Home Quality Care


Mileage reimbursement
Competitive wages
Flexible hours/schedule
Cell phone utilization allowance


Must be a Certified Nursing Aide (C.N.A) must be a current certification
Possess and maintain current CPR
Licensed driver with Car insurance
At least 18 years of age


Assist with personnel care such as bathing, dressing, feeding, ambulation, and assist patient with self-administration of medication.
Meet the needs of the patients and use equipment safely and appropriately (foot stools, side rails, etc.)
Provide personnel care conducive to the client's safety and comfort within the organization's established policy.

Job Limitations

The home health aide will not function in any manner viewed as the practice of nursing according to the State's Nurse Practice Act. The home health aide will not administer medications, take Doctor's orders. The home health aide will not perform the procedures skills of the nurse, such as sterile techniques.

If you believe that this role is your calling, and it is something you feel would be an excellent fit for you. Then we would love for you to join our team.

Keywords: At Home Quality Care, Chicago , C.N.A/ Certified Nursing Assistant, Healthcare , Schererville, Illinois

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