Put to Bed Aide - HHA or CNA- 1 hour visit
Company: Interim HealthCare
Posted on: January 12, 2022
Interim HealthCare of South Bend is currently seeking an
experienced CNA or Home Health Aide for a one hour put to bed
visit. This visit pays out 15 dollars per visit, and you will be
paid weekly. - This visit can be part of your full time case load
or just a pick up after your current Full or part-time job!We
operate in the South Bend, Mishawaka, Elkhart, and Goshen Areas,
and in Berrien and Cass County in Michigan.Interim Offers
Full-time, part-time, and flexible scheduling (to fit your needs).
We can work with as little as 10 hours a week up through 40! -About
Interim: -Founded in 1966, Interim HealthCare Inc. is the nation's
most experienced healthcare franchise company. At the core of this
longevity and success is a network of over 300 independently owned
franchisees and their commitment to providing the most
compassionate and professional care available in the communities
they serve. -Interim HealthCare of South Bend was founded in 1972
-and moved locations in 2006 to our current location in Edison
Plaza. Many of our employees have been with us for 20 years or
more, so if you're interested in longevity and a wonderful place to
work, where you're really helping out your community look no
further!General Purpose:Home Health Aides (HHAs) are members of the
interdisciplinary team who provide hands-on personal care, report
changes in the patient's/client's condition, perform simple
procedures as an extension of therapy or nursing services, and
provide incidental/instrumental activities of daily living as
assigned to patients/clients in the home setting as permitted by
the policies and procedures of Interim HealthCare and any other
federal, state and local law or regulation. - -Essential
- Reads and records temperature, pulse, and respirations.
- Assists, performs and trains patient/client and family in
activities of daily living such as bathing, grooming, nail and skin
care, oral hygiene, toileting and elimination and adequate
- Promotes safe environment and maintain unobstructed pathways
while providing care.
- Assists with ambulation, transfers and/or range of motion
exercises. - -
- Assists with incidental/instrumental activities of daily living
such as shopping, meal preparation, socialization activities,
homemaking and maintaining a clean and safe physical
- Assists in medication reminding
- Assists in administering medications ordinarily
- Utilizes infection prevention and control measures such as
universal precautions, hand washing, and personal protective
- Follows the assignment sheet/service plan performing only tasks
that are assigned. - -
- Recognizes, reports, and records/documents changes in
patient/client condition and safety to supervisor. -
- Document observations, activities and service provided in an
accurate, complete and timely manner. -
- Organizes self to carry out visits/shifts and tasks.
- Completes mandatory Interim HealthCare in-services and provides
requested documents to keep employee file current.
- Participates in Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement
(QAPI) program, as requested.
- Participates in the Office's Emergency Preparedness Program, as
- Completes other assignments as requested and assigned.
- Honors patient rights.
- Accesses personal health information ("PHI") necessary to
fulfill the above duties and responsibilities. Access to use and
ability to disclose PHI is further defined by each
organization/department.Minimum Education & Experience
- Eighteen (18) years of age or older.
- Six (6) months of experience in healthcare or completion of the
Office's preceptor program.
- A school of nursing student in the last year of a program or
has documentation from the school of successful demonstration of
personal care aide skills or graduate RN or LPN/LVN with proof of
graduation; OR Successfully completed:
- A specific aide training and competency evaluation program as
required by State and the federal regulations (42 CFR -484.80);
- An aide competency evaluation program as required by State and
the federal regulations (42 CFR -484.80); or
- A nurse aide training and competency evaluation program
approved by State and meets the requirements of the federal
regulations ( -483.151 through -483.154) and is currently listed in
good standing on the state nurse aide registry; or -
- The requirements of a state licensure program that meets
training and competency evaluation provisions per State and the
federal regulations (42 CFR -484.80) -AND -
- Has not had a lapse in work for compensation for the period of
24 consecutive months as a home health aide or nurse aide. -
- If there has been a 24-month lapse in furnishing services for
compensation, the individual must successfully complete another
program, as specified above in this section, before providing
services.Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required: - -
- Two (2) positive references
- Evidence of passing a home health aide written knowledge
- Pass state required criminal and abuse background checks.
- Able to effectively communicate in English with all levels of
the workforce, both clinical and non-clinical
- Able to effectively communicate, including the ability to read,
write, and verbally report clinical information to patients,
patient representatives (if any), patient's caregivers and family,
and agency staff.
- Able to perform and prioritize multiple tasks or
- Able to provide proof of valid driver's license.
- Able to provide proof of valid auto liability insurance if
assignment(s) include driving own vehicle to transport
patient.Working Conditions & Physical Effort: - -
- Able to constantly travel within geographic area serviced by
office from assignment to assignment.
- Meets the applicable health requirements to provide patient
care per applicable law or regulation.
- Work is normally performed in patient's home.
- Occasional exposure to communicable diseases, blood borne
pathogens and/or other potentially infectious or hazardous
materials and situations that require following extensive safety
precautions and may include the use of protective equipment (e.g.
face masks, goggles, latex and or non-latex gloves).
- Able to constantly stand, bend, stoop, squat, kneel and reach
- Able to frequently lift, reposition, and transfer
- Able to frequently carry bundles such as groceries and laundry
up or down stairs and lift with or without assistance. - -
- Able to constantly grasp with thumb in opposition to fingers of
palm (i.e. DME supplies, knobs or objects).
- Able to read 8 point or larger type.
- Medium physical activity that may require frequent lifting,
carrying, pushing or pulling up to 50 lbs. -Benefits:
- Build Your Own Schedule
- Competitive Salary & Benefits
- Direct Deposit Available
- Flexible Scheduling & Assignments to fit your needs
- Mileage Reimbursement -
- Weekly Pay
- Performance based pay increases
- Free In-service continuing education CoursesImmediate Hire if
your license is in good standing, active CPR certification, and a
physical within the last 6 months, a TB test within the last 12
months, and a passing drug screen!Interim HealthCare is required to
follow Federal guidelines regarding Covid-19 and vaccinations.
-Interim HealthCare provides equal employment opportunities (EEO)
to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to
race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, national origin,
age, disability or veteran status. This policy applies to all terms
and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring,
placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves
of absence, compensation and training.
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