Department / Nursing Assistant - Full time, NIGHTS - Med/Surg unit

John Randolph Medical Center is a community hospital serving Virginia's Hopewell, Colonial Heights, Petersburg and surrounding communities since 1915. At our hospital, you can access the advanced technology and sophisticated treatments typically found in larger medical centers, alongside high-quality, expert care and a welcoming environment.
The Department / Nursing Assistant, Full time, NIGHTS will perform the following:
€ Demonstrates the knowledge and skill to provide care to patients under the direction of the professional nurse.
€ Demonstrates knowledge and skill to perform all patient record and transcription activities.
€ Uses computer proficiently.
€ Communicates effectively and professionally with internal and external customers.
€ Functions in an organized and time conscious manner.
€ Presents self in a professional manner.
EDUCATION : High School graduate or GED.
Successful completion of a nursing assistant training program or Nursing Fundamentals course (for student nurses).
EXPERIENCE : Preferred One year experience as a nursing assistant in an acute care or long term care facility. Recent computer experience; data entry and retrieval.
Experience with medical terminology.
Experience as a unit secretary is preferred.
LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION : Licensure by the Virginia State Board of Nursing as a Certified Nursing Assistant required.
Company Description:

At its founding in 1968, Nashville-based HCA was one of the nation's first hospital companies. Today, we are the nation's leading provider of healthcare services, a company comprised of locally managed facilities that includes about 165 hospitals and 115 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and England and employing approximately 204,000 people. Approximately four to five percent of all inpatient care delivered in the country today is provided by HCA facilities. Milton Johnson serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of HCA.

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