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CNAs and LPNs

BronxProMed Staffing Resources

Certified nursing assistants work in state, local and private hospitals and are in high demand in nursing homes and long-term care facilities. As a CNA you have to be prepared to work irregular hours including nights, weekends and holidays.
A certified nursing assistant' s primary responsibility is to assist patients with their daily activities. While some CNAs may have additional responsibilities such as administering medication the core functions of a CNA on the job include:
  • Bathing and dressing patients
  • Taking vital signs
  • Collecting information about conditions and treatment plans from caregivers, nurses and doctors
  • Answering patient calls
  • Examining patients for bruises and other injuries/wounds
  • Turning or repositioning patients who are bedridden
  • Lifting patients into beds, wheelchairs or exam tables
  • Cleaning and sanitizing patient areas
  • Provide and empty bedpans
  • Changing sheets and restocking rooms with necessary supplies
As a CNA, you also serve as a conduit between nurses, doctors and patients and record and communicate all issues to medical staff. Depending on where you work, other duties could include setting up equipment at a nurse or doctor' s request and transporting patients to treatment units and operating rooms.

  1. Resume
  2. State ID or Driver License
  3. SS card and employment eligibility
  4. NY State CNA license and registration
  5. Most recent physical exam WITH PPD
  6. Chest x-ray, if PPD +
  7. MMRV lab result
  8. Two reference letters
  9. CNA school diploma
  10. Most recent drug test lab result
  11. Most recent flu shot record