PRN CNA / Certified Nursing Assistant
As a PRN CNA, you can have the flexibility you need and be part
of a team that appreciates your contributions. Both 1st and 3rd
shifts are available @ Cape Coral Hospital.
REQUIRED FOR AN INTERVIEW:
* A current active FL CNA certification which is in good
standing, or active CNA from another state in process of
transferring to Florida under Reciprocity.
* Proof of a current American Heart Association Basic Life
Support Health Provider certification which does not expire within
the next 90 days.
If you have recently moved from another state and have an active
CNA certification, you must apply to the State of Florida Board of
Nursing for FL certification. During this time while you are
awaiting receipt of the Florida certification, you may be allowed
to work for 120 days under reciprocity. Please refer to FL Board of
Nursing Website: http://floridasnursing.gov/ for information on
Provides patient care duties under the guidance and direction of
the nurse. Responsible for implementing components of the plan of
care through the initiation/completion of procedures relating to
basic human, mental health, social needs, comfort, safety and
emergency measures; activities of daily living; personal care
needs; nutrition and fluid and elimination needs. May have access
to and transport non-controlled medications as directed.
Degree/Diploma ObtainedProgram of StudyRequired/
Preferredand/orHigh School Diploma or EquivalentPreferred
Completion of a State Approved, CNA Education Program required
(with at least 120 hours of academic studies and clinical training;
165 hours preferred in Acute Care).
Minimum Years RequiredArea of ExperienceRequired/
Previous CNA work experience preferred; or new graduate CNA with
State of Florida Licensure Requirements
Or a CNA certification active in another state which is
transferrable to obtain Florida certification under
Preferredand/orBLS (American Heart Association / Basic Life
Proof of American Heart Association Healthcare Provider Basic
Life Support (BLS) certification is required; current for a minimum
of 90 days after hire date.