Responsible for physician order entry, scheduling patient appointments, medical record management and receptionist duties for assigned area. Performs other related duties as deemed necessary.
Education: High school graduate; Graduate of an approved CNA training program
Experience: Preferably, some Long-term care, med-surg, or related
License/Registration: CNA I-current listing as CNA I with Division of Facility Services with no substantial findings CNA II- above and current listing as CNAII with Board of Nursing with no substantial findings; Current CPR certification issued by the American Heart Association (AHA) is required
Other: Knowledge of medical terminology; computer knowledge; ability to set priorities and handle multiple tasks efficiently and thoroughly; general understanding of hospital supply and distribution. Maintain all competencies required of a CNAI/CNAII as defined in their job description.
TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires frequently: lifting 50 lbs from floor to waist and waist to eye level; pushing 40 lbs; pulling 80 lbs; standing; walking; repetitive trunk rotation-standing; manual dexterity; both handedness (both hands must be used) near vision; far vision; hearing (requires hearing whispered voice); Occasionally: one handed carrying 15lbs; work kneeling; work squatting/crouching; visual color discrimination; and visual depth perception.