The incumbent will be an employee of the VA Roseburg Healthcare System (VARHCS) Office of Patient Care Services. The position is responsible for the nursing assistant duties, including acute and close observation, taking and documenting vital signs, collecting lab specimens including phlebotomy, passing and picking up meal trays, tracking and documenting intake and output, assisting with transporting of patients/residents, and duties as assigned by the Supervisor or designee. The NA is responsible for the nursing assistant duties, including but not limited to the following: acute and close observation, taking and documenting vital signs collecting lab specimens including phlebotomy passing and picking up meal trays, tracking and documenting intake and output assisting with transporting of patients/residents duties as assigned by the Supervisor or designee work alternate schedules during evenings, nights, weekends, weekdays, holidays, and may alternate schedules to ensure adequate coverage of support functions performs assigned duties in a manner that promotes quality health care, outstanding customer service, and the maintenance of an environment committed to serving the Veterans, their families, and internal and external stakeholders actively supports the team concept and functions as a team player, working collaboratively across service and care lines to accomplish the mission of the facility and service covers medical support assistant (MSA) duties in the absence of the MSA or during times of high need as determined by the Supervisor or designee provides nursing assistant care that covers personal care, diagnostic support procedures, treatment procedures, patient/resident charting, and limited patient/resident teaching Work Schedule: 10-12hr rotating shifts as needed. Examples 1800-0630, 0600-1830, 2200-0830 including weekends and holidays. Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
Internal Number: 598601400
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