Nexus Health Systems Cna Cna Positions - Nexus Health
Nexus Neurorecovery Center is Expanding and we want YOU to
We are currently seeking Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) in
Conroe, Texas, join today!!!
Scheduling Immediate Interviews for Qualified Candidates
Nexus Neurorecovery Center
Under the direct supervision of the Nurse Manager, the Certified
Nursing Assistant assists in the direct patient care and assists
patients with activities of daily living.
What’s in it for YOU:
Nexus Neurorecovery Center (formerly Touchstone), located in
Conroe, Texas, offers neurobehavioral rehabilitation ranging from
short-term to life-care programs. Providing comprehensive
treatment, our center meets the physical, cognitive, behavioral,
and vocational needs of residents with neurological diagnoses.
Recently undergoing a major expansion and renovation in 2014,
Nexus’ 26-acre Neurorecovery Center now offers a state-of-the-art
rehabilitation gym, multiple houses for varying levels of care, as
well as areas for meaning rehabilitation including a fishing pond,
greenhouse, and craft center.
High school Degree or equivalent required.
Prefer at least six (6) months experience working in a
rehabilitation environment with individuals with neurological
impairment. Certified as a Certified Nursing Assistant in
TexasCertified in CPR / BLSCertified in SAMA within 30 days of
What Will my Day-To-Day Look Like?
Completes and records routine patient vital signs as per
instructed by RN/LVN.
Performs patient rounds as ordered, if unable to perform,
primary nurse is notified.
Knowledgeable of vital sign ranges and reports any deviation to
the primary nurse immediately.
Ensures that fluid/food intake and output are appropriately
measured and recorded in patient charts every shift.
Bathes patients as scheduled, if patient declines, nurse and
program director are properly notified.
Performs oral care at least once per shift and documents on
Provides hair care at least once per shift and documents on
Ensures patients are turned at least q2hrs or as ordered, if
patient cannot be turned or refuses, the primary nurse is notified
and is documented in the patient’s chart.
Feeds patients as assigned/required.
Assist with transfers as needed.
Assists patients with bowel/bladder needs.
Answers patients call lights-timely (within 5 minutes if not in
another patient’s room). Immediately reports any patient concerns/
pt family complaints to program director.
Reports any perceived/actual change in patient’s alertness,
physical condition, skin changes, and any other areas of concern to
patient’s primary care nurse immediately.
Is able to verbalize facility’s emergency codes and
responsibility with each. Can verbalize the CNA role in patient
Ensures patients bed is clean and organized at all times with
call bell and patient items within reach.
Practices correct isolation techniques to maintain a safe
environment and to control spread of infection.
Maintains cleanliness of various instruments and equipment used
per facility policy.
Keeps patient rooms clean and in an orderly condition by
removing all trash and preventing unnecessary clutter.
Assist with restocking rooms with supplies and equipment as
required including gowns, gloves, masks, etc.
Is respectful/courteous, to patients/families/fellow staff at
Exchanges and communicates patient care information upon change
Performs walking rounds at change of shift.
Completes all required documentation in a timely manner and
prior to end of shift.
Ability to accept direction from supervisors and other
management team members in a positive and professional manner.
Ensures soiled linen hampers are covered, cleaned and/or emptied
as needed and at the end of the shift.
Communicates unit/patient concerns to Program Director.
Performs and documents patients’ weights as ordered.
Ensures patient attends scheduled therapies and groups.
Interacts with patient and families in a caring and
Performs other duties as assigned.