Certified Nursing Assistant

A CNA is a nurse’s eyes and ears on a care unit or setting, and CNAs provide an essential role in each patient’s level and quality of care, safety, and overall well-being.

CNAs also serve as a conduit between patients and nurses and doctors and record and communicate all issues to medical staff.

Our CNA’s answers calilights,assists patients with personal hygiene and other activities of daily living,communicates effectively with patients and their families,physician and staff.

CNAs assist patients with daily activities and while some CNAs have additional responsibilities such as administering medication. Our Staff have people skills compassionate and enjoy helping others.

Roles: Provide residents with routine daily care in accordance with established policies and as directed by the nurse manager,Director of nursing or the administrator.