CNA Resume Sample

Certified Nursing Assistants must be have a high school diploma or equivalent. They must also obtain CNA certification, which takes 6-12 weeks to complete at a community college or medical facility. The main job of a CNA is main role is to provide basic care to patients, as well as assist them in activities they cannot complete on their own, like going to the restroom or bathing oneself. This role requires a person to be task oriented, friendly, patient, compassionate, and genuinely enjoy helping others.

These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real CNA resumes for your reference.

Certified Nursing Assistant

  • Offered conversation and companionship to long-term care patients, establishing and maintaining positive patient relationships.
  • Assisted patients in the process of getting ready for the day; ensured they were comfortably on time for all meals and activities.
  • Helped patients with daily hygiene including showers, oral and pericare, incontinence care, caring for rashes, sores and soiling.
  • Helped with patient transfer from chairs, beds and commodes using Gait Belts, Hoyer Lifts and EasyStands as needed, ensuring patient safety and comfort.

CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant

  • Provides patients personal hygiene by giving bedpans, urinals, baths, shaves;assisting with travel to the bathroom;helping with showers and baths.
  • Provides for activities of daily living by assisting with serving meals, feeding patients as necessary;ambulating,turning, and positioning patients;providing fresh water and nourishment between meals.
  • Provides adjunct care by administering enemas, douches, nonsterile dressings, surgical preps, ice packs, heat treatments, sitz and therapeutic baths; applying restraints.

CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant

  • Answer patient call signals, signal lights, bells, or intercom systems to determine patients’ needs.
  • Provide physical support to assist patients to perform daily living activities, such as getting out of bed, bathing, dressing, using the toilet, standing, walking, or exercising.
  • Review patients’ dietary restrictions, food allergies, and preferences to ensure patient receives appropriate diet.

CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant

  • Perform physical assessment and examination including obtaining medical history and vital signs during medical encounters and document findings in the medical record.
  • Assist with admission and discharge of care patients.
  • Prepare patients for minor surgery. Assist patient with activities of daily living and document such care in the medical record.

CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant

  • Provides patients’ personal hygiene by giving bedpans, urinals, baths, backrubs, shampoos, and shaves; assisting with travel to the bathroom; helping with showers and baths.
  • Provides for activities of daily living by assisting with serving meals, feeding patients as necessary; ambulating, turning, and positioning patients; providing fresh water and nourishment between meals.
  • Maintains patient stability by checking vital signs and weight; testing urine; recording intake and output information.
  • Provides patient comfort by utilizing resources and materials; transporting patients; answering patients’ call lights and requests; reporting observations of the patients.

CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant

  • Provides for activities of daily living by assisting with serving meals, feeding patients as necessary; ambulating, turning, and positioning patients; providing fresh water and nourishment between meals.
  • Provides adjunct care by administering enemas, douches, nonsterile dressings, surgical preps, ice packs, heat treatments, sitz and therapeutic baths; applying restraints.
  • Maintains patient stability by checking vital signs and weight; testing urine; recording intake and output information.

CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant

  • Administer prescribed oral medications under written direction of physician or as directed by home care nurse and aide.
  • Direct patients in simple prescribed exercises and in the use of braces and artificial limbs.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, and problems in order to report and discuss observations with a supervisor or case manager.

Cna

  • Ensures that the safety and well-being of the residents is maintained.
  • Assists residents with bathing, hygiene, and grooming in accordance with their established care plan.
  • Feed residents who are unable to feed themselves when needed.

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

  • Care for individuals or families during periods of incapacitation, family disruption, or convalescence, providing companionship, personal care, or help in adjusting to new lifestyles.
  • Prepare and maintain records of client progress and services performed, reporting changes in client condition to manager or supervisor.
  • Administer bedside or personal care, such as ambulation or personal hygiene assistance.

CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant

  • Maintained accurate records of patient care, condition, progress and concerns.
  • Responded appropriately to the physical, emotional and developmental needs of patients.
  • Assisted with patient transfer and ambulation.

CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant

  • Providing patient care as an certified nursing assistant within home-care and nursing-home settings.
  • Preserving patient dignity and minimize discomfort while carrying out duties such as bedpan changes, diapering, emptying catheter bags and bathing, dressing and grooming.
  • Assisting residents with activities of daily living including helping with meals, transferring using assisting devices.

CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant

  • Responsible for the care of a terminally ill patient suffering from ALS.
  • Learned the basics of assessing patient vital signs under the tutelage of home healthcare nurse.
  • Assisted with daily care, hygiene, cooking, medications, and companionship.
  • Stay with Patient, while family out of the country for 2 weeks, per there request.

 

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