Certified Nursing Assistant/Health Unit Coordinator Inpatient Oncology 0.6 FTE
- Location: Waukesha, WI
- Posted: Jul 9, 2019
The Inpatient Oncology unit is an 18 bed unit providing patient and family centered nursing care, support and education for the oncology/hematology/end-of-life, thoracic oncology patient and their families that is interdisciplinary and holistic; including mind, body, and spirit along their care continuum. Nursing works collaboratively with our physician and ANP partners. The unit is supported by 35 staff including 20 RNs, 11 Certified Nursing Assistants and 3 Health Unit Coordinators, Staff Development Specialist, Advance Practice RN and Patient Care Manager. Frequent procedures include administration of chemotherapy, biotherapy, blood products, IV fluids, growth factors, IV insertion and management including port access.
Hours: 0.6 FTE, 24 hours per week. Hours 3:00PM-11:30PM. Every other weekend, holiday rotation required.
Full Time / Part Time: Part Time with Benefits
The Certified Nursing Assistant/Health Unit Coordinator on the Inpatient Oncology Unit works under the direction of the Registered Nurse. The Inpatient Oncology Unit provides intermediate level care to patients with hematology/oncology needs. The individual will report directly to the Patient Care Manager of the department and work collaboratively and in partnership with the interdisciplinary team to provide direct patient care in activities of daily living. Populations Served: Adult (18-64), Older Adult (64 + Geriatric).
To be successful on this inpatient hospital unit, a passion for caring for cancer patients is a must.
The individual must have excellent communication and organizational skills, have a commitment to patient service and be a strong team player.
The candidate must display a positive and upbeat attitude about themselves, work and team. Supports the healthcare team by answering phone, entering unit charges, patient assignments, ordering supplies.
Key Boarding, computer skills required. Strong customer service skills essential.
Performs the duties of a Certified Nursing Assistant in accordance with the State of Wisconsin certification process, WMH policies as well as Nursing Department Policies, in order to maintain clinical excellence, practice professionally, and comply with established policies and standards.
Must maintain a patient care environment that is clean and orderly.
Assists and supports patients in activities of daily living. The candidate must demonstrate upon hire, the ProHealth Care Standard Performance of AIDET which is an essential requirement of every ProHealth Care employee.
High School Diploma or GED required.
Certified nursing assistant on the Wisconsin Nurse Aide Registry
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- PMs - 2nd Shift
Schedule: PMs - 2nd Shift