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The Solivita Standards: Protecting the House & Developing People to Serve People.
The State Tested Nursing Assistant performs various resident care activities and related nonprofessional services essential to caring for personal needs and comfort of residents within scope of certification.
1. Participates in the formulation and follow through of residents’ nursing care plan.
2. Adheres to instructions and assumes responsibility for varied duties as assigned by nursing supervisor and/or charge nurse to include admitting, discharging, transferring and
caring for residents.
3. Assists the professional nurse in performing treatments and care.
4. Bathes the resident in bed, tub or shower and provides personal grooming.
5. Makes both occupied and unoccupied beds.
6. Assists residents in and out of bed, in walking, and transports residents throughout the
center via wheelchair, geri-chair or stretcher utilizing correct safety measures and
resident body positioning.
7. Accompanies residents when transported outside nursing center for appointments.
8. Coordinates scheduling for residents requiring Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy,
Speech Therapy, and assures residents are available for the therapist on a timely basis.
9. Verifies that all residents have wrist bands, bed, and door tags, and properly identifies
residents prior to administering any care.
10. Assists all residents with their meals as needed and provides in-between meal
11. Completes record of resident’s intake and output.
12. Responds promptly to resident’s call light or bell; delivers messages; administers bedpans
and urinals; and cleans areas of spillage.
13. Performs isolation care as needs for resident’s condition.
14. Participates in the orientation of new nursing assistants.
15. Provides direct care to the more acutely ill residents as directed by nursing supervisor.
16. Reports any/all changes in resident’s condition, any family concerns, and any customer’s
complaints to charge nurse and/or supervisor.
17. Collects and bags soiled linen and delivers to dirty linen area and obtains clean linens and
supplies from supply areas. If assigned, washes and dries item in domestic washer/drier.
18. Cleans utility rooms, kitchen areas and all other nursing areas, as assigned.
19. Cleans equipment.
20. Receives and escorts visitors.
21. Collects charts, records and reports.
22. Transfers residents’ belongings and equipment, and assists with postmortem care.
23. Ensures that residents and families receive the highest quality of service in a caring and
compassionate atmosphere which recognizes the individuals’ needs and rights.
24. Performs other duties as requested.
1. Interacts with residents, families, visitors, facility and corporate staff.
2. Carries out other tasks as requested in situations where hands-on
intervention/participation may be required.
3. May be required to work rotating shifts, holidays, weekends, additional hours, and in
different positions as the facility’s needs require.
4. Performs duties in accordance with established methods and techniques in conformance
with recognized standards and in a manner conducive to residents’ safety and comfort.
5. Must practice good personal hygiene and follow the dress code requirements.
6. Must provide annual verification of a negative TB skin test as required.
7. Provides maximum resident care services within limits defined by delegated tasks.
1. A minimum of a high school education or high school equivalency diploma is preferred
for this position.
2. Must have successfully completed a state approved nursing assistant program and
successfully passed state test.
3. Must be able to read, write and understand the English language.
4. Required to attend a minimum of 12 hours of continuing education programs provided by
the center in order to maintain certification.
1. Must have knowledge of procedures and techniques involved in administering simple
treatments and providing related bedside resident care services.
2. Must understand standard techniques used in providing personal services for residents
and in caring for equipment and supplies.
3. Must have good understanding of basic medical asepsis, sterile techniques and
universally precautions to avoid infection of self and residents and contamination of
equipment and supplies.
4. Must possess the ability to positively interact with personnel, customers, family
members, visitors, government agencies/personnel and the general public.