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Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) provide personal care, health-related services, and assist with activities of daily living.
The Hendrick Center for Rehab offers: Click here to find out what it's like to work at the Hendrick Center for Rehab. Required Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities.
Hospice Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), or Hospice Aides, provide personal care, and assist with activities of daily living for patients in end of life…
Assures an adequate blood supply through proper production processes from acceptable donations while following appropriate guidelines and safety factors.
Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) provide personal care, health-related services, and assist with activities of daily living.
Scheduling Representative is responsible for scheduling patients with a high degree of accuracy and customer satisfaction.
Responsible for providing direct assistance to the daily activities and needs of the departments of Medical/Surgical Services, Telemetry, and Critical Care, the…
Scheduling Representative is responsible for scheduling patients with a high degree of accuracy and customer satisfaction.
Operates the PBX system assuring a positive public image and ability to meet the telecommunication needs of all our customer groups. Ability to use CRT monitor.
Transports patients, medical equipment and supplies to all areas of the hospital as requested; CPR- Within 60 days of start date.
The Financial Assistance Representative is responsible for assisting patients with their medical bills to determine possibility of insurance eligibility,…
Interacts with both children and parents. Supervises the safety, as well as, the activities of the children. Monitors the cleanliness of the facility.
Properly collects and processes blood from donors/patients, checks quality of blood, and assumes responsibility for the safety and comfort of donors/patients,…
Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) provide personal care, health-related services, and assist with activities of daily living.
A Bachelors-prepared, registered nurse responsible for becoming eligible to obtain certification as a Wound, Ostomy, and Continence (WOC) Nurse.