HHA/CNA at Georgia Department of Labor (Blairsville, GA)
Minimum Skills Must have current CPR and First Aid certification, current Physical and TB test, as well as Valid Driver’s License, proof of valid auto insurance and Social Security card. No exceptions.
No Experience Required
Must Be At Least 18 Years Old
Must Have Valid Class C Drivers License
Job Description Provide in-home assistance to elderly, disabled and home bound individuals. Job duties include assisting with bathing, meal preparation,transporting to doctor appointments, housekeeping and any other duty as needed and/or assigned. Pre-employment background screen and drug screening are mandatory. Screenings are repeated annually and drug screen is repeated randomly, at our discretion. Need applicants to fill vacancies in the Union and Towns County area immediately.
Salary $9.00 Per Hour
The Certified Home Health Aide, CNA is responsible for providing patients with in-home personal care and designated health related services to maintain the patient’s physical and emotional well being, while following the written plan of care, Medicare/Medicaid regulations and agency policies and procedures.
Assesses patient and provides care according to the aide plan of care / assignment sheet. Records and notifies RN/Team Leader of any variations from the established parameters or changes in the patient’s condition.
Reports any unusual circumstance in the patient’s condition or home environment to the primary RN/Team Leader.
Follows current written aide assignment sheet. To ensure a billable visit, provides assistance with at least two of the following activities of daily living (ADLs) during each patient visit: mobility transfer, walking, grooming, bathing, dressing or undressing, eating, or toileting.
As assigned, performs incidental household services essential to the patient’s health care at home that are necessary to prevent or postpone institutionalization.
Completes a clinical note for each visit within required time frames, which must be incorporated into the patient’s record.
Participates in the in-services program. Completes at least six hours of in-services every six months.
Participates in daily report. Adheres to and supports care management model within the agency.
Participates in staff conference regarding patient care.
Participates in QA/QI plan or process.