Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) work under the direct supervision of RNs and support numerous fast-paced, high volume areas of the hospitals and practices within UPHS by delivering high quality care to patients and families through collaboration and communication with his/her team. Tasks include, but are not limited to, the following: taking, recording and monitoring vital signs; lifting, turning and feeding patients; providing O2 therapy and reporting acute changes in ventilation and circulation; promoting infection control and safety by maintaining a clean and safe work and patient environment; meeting patients’ personal hygiene needs and assisting with ADLs; and making beds.
Cupp 3 South is a 30 bed medical surgical unit specializing in Cardiovascular disorders.
CUPP 3 South cares primarily for patients frequently requiring ambulatory telemetry monitoring. The staff cares for patients with cardiovascular disorders. These include but are not limited to the following: MI-following the acute stay in the CCU, Heart Failure; Pulmonary Edema; Arrhythmias; Post-interventional Radiology patients; Post-procedure Angioplasty; and ICD insertion; respiratory failure; and Valvular Heart Disease. Surgical patients and medical patients are admitted to 3 South as overflow.
HS Diploma or equivalent, graduate of a CNA program and CPR required. Must be a certified by the State of Pennsylvania as a CNA and have at least one year of prior experience in a hospital setting. May consider nursing students who have successfully completed a clinical rotation in their nursing program.
At PPMC, we have a variety of different patient populations and exciting units to choose from! Please apply, and I would love to hear more about your interests within Penn Presbyterian Medical Center.
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