CNA’s can generally expect to have 7-11 patients any given day depending on census.
3 techs for anything under 18 and 4 techs for 24 which is our max.
Look, I don't know about other locations; but in Orlando, CNAs are VERY appropriately staffed. We have 8 patients per CNA...which in my professional opinion is generous.
None, no CNAs, lucky if you have one for 12 patients. Nurses are the CNAs.
It just depends on how many aides are there so you would have 7-10 patients.
Answered - CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) - Winston-Salem, NC
If you were lucky, 1:6. More often 1:10 or 1:15
Answered - Nurse (Former Employee) - Memphis, TN
CNAs could have up to 3-4 nurses. For a 21 bed unit only 2 CNAs.
Answered - Unit Secretary/Monitor Tech (Former Employee) - Boardman, OH