Dayton Children's Hospital PCA II in Dayton, Ohio
Category:Patient CareFacility:Dayton Children's - Main CampusDepartment:3 WestSchedule:Part timeHours:12Job Details:
Responsible for assisting the nurse in completion of patient care activities, taking into consideration the patient’s developmental levels. Demonstrates strong communication skills, accepts delegated tasks and has the knowledge and understanding to ask questions and report patient information as indicated. Appropriately handles patient information understanding confidentiality and privacy. Complies with the safety management program designed to provide a physical environment free of hazards and to reduce the risk of injury. Is knowledgeable about and responsive to the mission of the hospital. The PCA promotes a patient and family experience oriented environment and acts as a change agent to meet the rapidly changing census and needs of all customers-both internal and external. REQUIRED: HS Diploma/GED, PCA training or actively enrolled in a health care related education program. Active CPR certification. Communication Skills, Customer Service Skills. PREFERRED: 1-2 years experience. STNA certification.
At Dayton Children's we believe that each moment counts with our patients, families and with each other.
We are moving at a fast pace and are looking for the right talent for our team at Dayton Children's. We want people who embody our values and want to become a part of the Dayton Children's difference. If this is you, apply today!
Safety--We make safety our first priority.
Compassion--We deliver compassionate, family-centered care to all we serve.
Ownership--We are the pediatric care experts and act knowing that every patient, visitor and the hospital is our collective responsibility.
Collaboration--We work collaboratively to care for children, their families and each other.
Innovation--We continuously innovate to make Dayton Children's even better today and into the future.
Value Creation--We deliver quality outcomes and excellent service while being good stewards of health care resources.