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Patient Care Assoc

Company: Huntington Hospital
Location: Pasadena
Posted on: June 2, 2021

Job Description:

When you join the Huntington Hospital team, you are aligning yourself with an organization whose values drive our philosophy of compassionate community care. Over the past 129 years, we’ve grown from a small 16-bed hospital to a nationally recognized healthcare leader with 619 beds. As part of our commitment to providing equitable, high-quality care to all members of our community, we embrace differences and work hard to create a place of belonging for our patients and our employees. When you join the Huntington family, you’ll be empowered to enact change that continuously improves our ability to deliver world-class care, with kindness and dignity, to all who need it.

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Department:

617901 Cardiothoracic Tele Unit 5W

Expectations:

Provides direct patient care service on a patient-centered care unit as determined by the patient's plan of care and supervised by a Registered Nurse. This position may require flexibility of hours.

Education: High school diploma or G.E.D. equivalency.

Experience/Training: One year of prior experience in clinical patient care in an acute care setting (Current CNA may be substituted for the one year experience requirement). Basic computer skills/experience with computerized documentation systems preferred. Knowledge/experience with use of medical terminology.

Licenses/Certifications: Current American Heart Association BLS Provider required.

Worker Type:

RegularFull time

Shift:

Nights

Keywords: Huntington Hospital, Pasadena , Patient Care Assoc, Other , Pasadena, California

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