Hospice of the West is currently
hiring a Full Time Compassionate Hospice Aide (CNA) to provide patient care in and around the North East Valley Area!
Hospice Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) work under the supervision of a registered nurse and perform various services for a patient as necessary to meet the patient’s personal needs and to promote comfort. As a Hospice Aide, you are responsible for observing the patient, reporting these observations, and documenting observations and care performed. Our Hospice Aides are assigned in a manner that promotes quality, continuity, and safety of a patient’s care.
Hospice of the West is a premier provider of end-of-life care. Our family of hospices provide quality care through our mission-oriented and patient-centric services. We are growing rapidly and are looking for skilled individuals to join us in our journey.
We offer excellent compensation and an industry leading benefits package that includes:
- Health, Dental, & Vision Insurance
- Company matching 401(k)
- GENEROUS time-off package (20 days PTO & 9 Holidays)
- Tuition Reimbursement & Certification Assistance
- Wellness & Discount Programs
- Cell Phone, Mileage, & Gym Membership Reimbursement
If you are looking for a career with a purpose and a supportive team culture, then this is the position for you!
- Performing personal care needs as outlined in the plan of care and attending to the request of the hospice patient and or family/caregiver promptly.
- Assist with various personal care needs including bathing, oral hygiene, changing bedding, changing clothing, and shampooing.
- Focuses on customer service and continually strives to perform the duties of their job in a manner that will result in optimal patient satisfaction.
- Assist patients’ family members in caring for their terminally ill relatives by instructing them on how to go about performing basic health-care routines.
- Maintains and completes documentation accurately and promptly while in the patient’s home and within the agency and regulatory standards.
- High School Diploma or G.E.D. required.
- Holds current unencumbered certificate in the state working as a C.N.A.
- Minimum one (1) year experience as a C.N.A. in an acute care or long term care setting.
- One (1) year of hospice/home health experience preferred but not required.
- Possess and maintains current CPR certification.
- CMS requires that all patient-facing staff, as well as those that are in contact with patient-facing staff, be fully vaccinated, or have a documented religious or medical exemption. This important rule is required for all healthcare organizations that receive federal funds through Medicare or Medicaid.
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