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Nursing Assistant (PCT/HUC), 2A ICU

Company: Baptist Health Louisville
Location: Lexington
Posted on: August 5, 2022

Job Description:

Job Description: Part-Time, Days2A ICU is a 21-bed medical/surgical ICU serving high acuity medical ICU patients. The unit population is cardiac interventions, SARS, Cardiogenic shock, Rotoprone, Post-partum critical care patients and complex care ICU patients most of which have a medical or cardiac diagnosis.Under the direction of a Registered Nurse (RN) or other licensed care team member, the Nursing Assistant/ Patient Care Tech (PCT/HUC) provides direct patient care and related support by performing selected nursing procedures and routine duties to assist medical and nursing personnel in the examination, treatment, and care of patients. Minimum Education, Experience, Training, and Licensures Required: High School Diploma or equivalent Current Kentucky Nurse Aide Certification (SRNA, CNA) required or successful completion of first year of a Nursing program and validation of a clinical rotation consistent with level of education. Basic Life Support (must be obtained within three months of hire)If you would like to be part of a growing family focused on supporting clinical excellence, teamwork and innovation, we urge you to apply now! Employees will be expected to comply with Baptist Healths infectious disease and vaccination policies, which include but may not be limited to compliance with BHS mandatory vaccination policies for influenza and COVID unless reasonable accommodations are needed under applicable law Baptist Health is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.

Keywords: Baptist Health Louisville, Lexington , Nursing Assistant (PCT/HUC), 2A ICU, Healthcare , Lexington, Kentucky

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