CNA Resume Example

The resume below as written for a Certified Nurse Assistant with previous experience in Sales.  The CNA Resume Example can also be useful for anyone seeking positions in healthcare or customer service.

The Candidate did not have a specific job in mind to apply for, so the resume needed to show multiple skill sets which could be applied to any available job.

In order to do this, neutral language was utilized to show strengths for various job types.

The writer touched upon both areas of expertise the candidate had in order to show flexibility and a variety of skills.

Certified Nursing Assistant CNA Resume Example

Certified Nursing Assistant CNA Resume Example

Certified Nursing Assistant CNA Resume Example Statements

  • Delivered compassionate, knowledgeable nursing assistance to 80-bed rehabilitation facility.
  • Maintain patient trust, dignity, and respect while minimizing discomfort during daily health care and duties, bathing, and providing comfort to patients in every way possible.
  • Communicate and record condition and behavior of patients with staff.
  • Utilize strong clinical skills to conduct lab draws, assess vital signs, complete glucose evaluations and treat pre-and post- operative patients.
  • Collaborated with hospice houses to assist in the delivery of positive and professional patient care.
  • Complied with HIPAA standards in all patient documentation and interactions.
  • Performed daily activities in home care setting including bathing, meal preparation, and housekeeping.
  • Responded to and answered customer calls with product knowledge, technical expertise and professional communication.
  • Maintained complete confidentiality with private client information to provide professional, secure services.
  • Conducted various administrative tasks with high level of organization.
  • Upheld company standards for communicating with customers and peers via telephone and email.
  • Resolved customer inquiries and assisted in purchases with expert knowledge of product.
  • Maintained merchandising – store appearance – by organizing product on racks and shelves.
  • Performed timely and professional transactions, handling cash, credit and other types of purchases.

Certified Nursing Assistant CNA Common Responsibilities

– Assisting patients with daily living activities, such as bathing, dressing, and grooming
– Monitoring and reporting vital signs, such as blood pressure and temperature
– Administering medication, as directed by a licensed nurse or physician
– Providing emotional support and companionship to patients
– Assisting with patient mobility, including transferring and positioning patients
– Feeding and assisting with meal preparation, as needed
– Documenting patient care activities and observations
– Assisting with range-of-motion exercises and other physical therapy activities
– Responding to patient calls and requests for assistance
– Keeping patient rooms and common areas clean and organized
– Assisting with medical procedures, such as catheterization or wound care
– Monitoring and recording intake and output, such as fluid intake and urine output
– Assisting with medical equipment, such as oxygen tanks or ventilators
– Providing basic first aid, such as bandaging wounds or administering CPR
– Assisting with end-of-life care, such as bathing and dressing deceased patients
– Communicating with patients and their families about care and treatment plans
– Assisting with diagnostic tests, such as blood draws or EKGs
– Responding to emergencies and providing basic life support
– Assisting with patient transfers to other facilities or medical appointments
– Assisting with patient admissions and discharges
– Monitoring and reporting changes in patient condition to nursing staff
– Providing education and information to patients and their families about health and wellness
– Assisting with patient hygiene, such as oral care and toileting
– Maintaining patient confidentiality and privacy
– Assisting with patient recreation and activities
– Providing emotional support to patients and families during difficult times
– Assisting with inventory management and ordering supplies as needed
– Participating in staff meetings and training sessions
– Following all safety protocols and infection control procedures.