PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN
- Requisition #:
- Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore, MD 21201
- Nursing Support/Patient Care
- Night Shift
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
The Patient Care Technician, CNA performs routine and specialized tasks in providing direct patient care under the functional direction of a registered nurse.
- Assist the patient with changing/dressing
- Transports the patient by stretcher, bed, or wheelchair (this is a large part of the job)
- Identifies abnormal findings that could adversely affect surgical and patient outcomes, including abnormal vital signs, Accucheck results, lab, EKG, and CXR results
- Report all abnormal findings to the appropriate nursing staff
- Escorts patients to holding rooms
- Assists with patient changing, and removal of belongings such as jewelry, dentures, contact lenses, etc.
- Verifies patient information
- Orients patients and families to the environment
- Obtains vital signs
- Current Maryland CNA certification
- CPR certification - AHA, Red Cross, or Military Training Network accepted
- High School diploma or GED required
- Previous PCT experience is preferred but will consider newly certified CNAs
- Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance
- Life and Disability Insurance
- Employee tuition reimbursement
- Dependent tuition reimbursement
- On-campus gym
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