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CNA Duties At Nursing Home And Hospital

December 29, 2010 by  
Filed under CNA Nursing Assistant Jobs

Our network of acute care less feed, toilet and SNF our help simply because many of our patients can attend to these needs. Our people are much more vital signs, creating oxygen machines or vacuum (without plumbing wall for us), and to help recognize and paperwork to do against our help SNF. Our offer also do EKGs and patient transport, as well as help with dressing changes, Foley, aid to almost support.All SNF REPAIR ADL our help SNF want to come on the side of intensive care. .. Nobody wants to go to the other.

If possible I would take a job hospital. A lot easier on your back and less stressful than working in a nursing home, the more you will have the opportunity to learn more. I can not think of a reason why we prefer to work in a nursing home as a CNA , apart from the fact that some people may see it as more difficult. In addition, some hospitals do not hire men NAC, because many patients are women who are alert and oriented and can not be comfortable having a man of CNA take care of them.

I think a lot of differences in a hospital and nursing home. I have worked as well. Nursing homes have multiple input devices and a lot of short-changing and showering. When I was a new CNA, it was difficult for me to adapt to a nursing home because of all the screams and groans, and people are constantly asked at home. It breaks my heart, and unfortunately some of the “seasoned” CNA just ignore it, instead of trying to reassure residents. On the positive side, you can use in the routine and residents are able to develop more rapport with them. In the hospital I can find to learn a lot more care for all age groups and are exposed to a lot of new things. Less supply and sanitation, and collect lots of samples of urine and feces in the hospital. Much less stress on your back.

I cna friends who do not work in nursing and Friends of the CNA, which would not work in a hospital. It’s really a matter of preference. Remember that if you do not like working in a nursing home does not mean you do not want to work in another. I found there are more of a “routine”; in a nursing home. Despite the good experience. Good luck and do not be discouraged. You just have to find where you are most comfortable. Let us know how it goes.