CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT - NH
Aspirus Medford Hospital & Clinics
030100-ASPIRUS CARE & REHAB
Work Hours: 48 hours in 2-week period, every other weekend/holiday
For the 3rd year in a row, Aspirus has been recognized as one of the top 15 Top Health Systems in the United States by IBM Watson in their annual study identifying the top-performing health systems in the country based on overall organizational performance.
We are seeking a Certified Nursing Assistant at Aspirus Care and Rehab in Medford, WI. The CNA will be responsible for the care of the long-term care resident under the direction of the charge nurse. The CNA will provide direct patient care, assist with all activities of daily living including but not limited to; dressing, eating, transfers, mobility and toileting.
- Completion of an approved nursing assistant program and current inclusion in the Wisconsin Nurse Aide Registry
- Current BLS Certification, or obtained within 90 days of hire
- CBRF Fire and Safety Training, or obtained within 30 days of hire
- First Aid Training, or obtained within 30 days of hire
- Previous experience in a long-term care setting preferred
Hours: Part-time, 48 hours per two-week pay period. Every other weekend and holiday.
Aspirus Medford Hospital ranks among the TOP 100 Critical Access Hospitals in the nation as identified by iVantage Health Analytics! Aspirus Medford Hospital offers all the friendliness and flexibility of a 25-bed critical access hospital with the horsepower of a large healthcare system. Aspirus Medford Hospital & Clinics are in Taylor, Price, Clark and Marathon Counties. In addition to the hospital, residents of these counties have convenient access to our pharmacy, six primary care clinics, two therapy centers, a public fitness center, and our senior care services that include a skilled nursing home and assisted living.
Link: Learn more about Medford here: Medford, Wisconsin
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