Mercy Medical Center Clinton Patient Care Assistant - Psych Med Unit, 3-11:30 PM, 24 hrs/wk in Grand Rapids, Michigan
Patient Care Assistant, PCA – PMU, Psych Med Surg – 3-11pm; 24 hrs per wk
Great opportunity for a Patient Care Assistant, PCA professional to work in an organization that focuses on treating the whole person, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Be Remarkable!
Mercy Health Saint Mary’s PMU is the only acute medical psychiatric unit in West Michigan – it combines medical care and psychiatric care. Patients on the unit are experiencing an acute exacerbation of their psychiatric illness in addition to an acute medical condition requiring hospitalization. The main focus is patient safety and then patient care – very hands on patient care. Candidates who usually do well are passionate about and compassionate for caring for the underserved populations. It is very specialized in behavioral health – offers ability to form relationships, therapeutic communication, working with a range of psych disorders.
Patient Care Assistant, PCA works in a collaborative environment to deliver excellent patient care under the direction of a RN. A Patient Care Assistant, PCA is expected to assist the patient in maintaining good hygiene, activities of daily living and to support quality of patient care.
What Patient Care Assistant, PCA will do:
Respond to patient call lights for assistance or by rounding
Obtaining vital signs from patient
Provide or assist patients with personal hygiene including showers, oral hygiene and dressing/undressing
Transports patients as needed for procedures, transfers or discharge
Maintains a clean and uncluttered environment in patient rooms
What Patient Care Assistant, PCA will need:
High School diploma or equivalent
One of the following: Nurses Aide Certificate (CNA), RN student currently enrolled and has completed two full clinical rotations and/or six months experience as a Patient Care Assistant or Nurse Technician in an acute care setting
Well developed communication skills, both written and oral
Able to communicate effectively with individuals and groups representing divers perspectives
Articulates and demonstrates commitment to the philosophy, values, mission and vision of the organization
Magnet designated facility with active shared decision making councils. We continuously strive to improve outcomes and provide exceptional experiences for our patients, staff, and community
Comprehensive benefit packages available including medical, dental, vision, paid time off, 403B and education assistance
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