Patient Aide (PA) - Hopkinsville, KY
Patient Aide (PA) with one year experience with Mental Health, Behavioral Health, and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities needed in Hopkinsville, KY. One year experience in long-term care preferred.
Provides direct care or assist with care related to bathing, nail care, dressing, eating, skin care, vital signs and communication with patients
Documents in specific flow sheets (activity of daily living, seclusion, restraint, 1:1 care, weight and blood pressure)
Reports pertinent observations to licensed staff of unit
Performs other tasks as assigned by the Registered Nurse
Current negative TB
Current Healthcare Provider CPR issued by the American Heart Association
Clean criminal history - No convictions or outstanding charges that would constitute a felony conviction
Ability to pass fingerprint-supported state and FBI background check
Ability to pass a ten (10) panel, plus Oxycodone pre-employment drug test
Must be able to work one weekend a month, one major holiday and one minor holiday
Full-time: workday is 7.5 hours; workweek is 37.5 - 40 hours
Part-time PRN: Required to work a minimum of 30 hours per month
Depending on experience
Full-time employees who work 37.5 hours a week are eligible for medical, dental and vision insurance after completing the 90-day probation period.
Our company pays 50% of the medical insurance for the EMPLOYEE only. Dental and vision insurance is completely paid by the employee.
Whitestone Healthcare, LLC is a registered woman-owned and operated business providing a multi-disciplinary workforce solutions to our clients in the state and federal agencies as well as the private sector.
WE believe in our people!! We are committed to partnering with nurses that are committed to their clients and patients with not only their skills but their heart as well. We acknowledge that all people are created not only inherently equal in worth, but uniquely gifted as individuals. We respect that individuality, when combined with a servant’s heart, results in impacting not only our employees themselves, but our facilities and community in which we are dedicated to making a difference.
We believe that we have a responsibility as a company to improve the lives of others by serving our community with our time, talents and resources. We believe that the integrity, honesty and quality of service that our company provides will allow us to continue to be successful in the markets we serve throughout the United States.
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