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Licensed CNA prn

Pathway Hospice
October 23, 2017
West Columbia, South Carolina

• Provides essential personal care assistance to the patient including dressing, bathing, skin care, ambulation assistance, transfers, positioning, bowel and bladder care, feeding, hair care and assistance with exercise that have been indicated in the plan of care and other activities as delegated by R.N.
• Provides light housekeeping, bed making, meal preparation, laundry and shopping essential to the patient’s well being at home
• Takes a patient’s temperature, pulse and respirations if supervised by a registered nurse
• Provides emotional support and compassionate care to the patient and family unit. Offers encouragement when appropriate
• Manages time effectively and shows dependability for getting things done.
• Maintains satisfactory work attendance.
• Wears neat and professional attire including name badge during work hours.
• Completes visit notes, daily logs and payroll in a timely manner in compliance with NCC Policy and Procedures.
• Writes concise easily read visit notes.
• Complies with Medical Records Manager CQI request within 24 hours

• South Carolina Licensed C.N.A and experienced in the home healthcare field.
• Minimum of twenty (20) hours of training and skills verification.
• Strong commitment to the value that “Palliation is a valid and appropriate choice for people at any stage of their encounter with potentially terminal disease.”
• Strong commitment to the Pathway Hospice Vision Statement.
• Demonstrates ability to read, write and follow the Plan of Care.
• Evidence of maturity and ability to deal with job demands.
• Demonstrates excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Owns reliable transportation, has a South Carolina driver’s license and auto liability insurance.
• Able to perform physical demands of the job including walking, lifting, pulling, driving, step climbing, and travel.
• Two years experience in hospice or health care field.
• Able to maintain high level of integrity, accountability and confidentiality in one’s work as a member of an interdisciplinary team.
• Able to employ self-initiative, planning and organizational skills in working with a high volume yet ever-changing patient caseload.
• Able to serve responsibly and compassionately in a context of differing developmental and situational needs including age, race and socio-economic backgrounds.
• Compassion and empathy for people facing end-of-life issues.
• Ability to adjust to changing conditions.
December 31, 2018
Email resume to
Fax to 803-391-3146
or in person at 3231 Sunset Blvd. Suite D West Columbia
Cassandra Byars