Kim K.

$15.00 / hr

I became a CNA about 4 years ago, I love to provide care for others because its in my passion, I feel as if in life the more good you do the more blessings will come to you. I have aaccomplished a lot of things in life, I am currently in school, when I became a CNA that was a sense of accomplishment, also when I became a medication aide, that was another accomplishment. Most importantly I was a teen mom and me being able to complete school was a major accomplishment. Something about myself, in one word I like to describe me as a very caring person.

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CNA

Norwood Senior Networks

Apr 2014 - Jul 2014

Attend to patients’ grooming needs including changing, bathing and feeding• Assist patients’ mobility within the hospital premises• Turn and position beds for patients’ comfort• Communicate any changes in patients’ condition pertaining to blood pressure, sugar levels and other vitals• Clean up spills• Keep in check the status of splints and other equipment

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Mental Health Aide/CNA

Grasmere Place

Oct 2013 - May 2014

Admitting new patients and making the necessary arrangements in the patient roomMonitoring vital signs and other symptoms of the patients and recording the details on paper and computerAssisting the patients in eating, bathing, dressing and moving around the facilityWatching the changes in a patients physical condition and mental behavior and discussing the progress/regress with the DoctorAdministering medicines and its effects on the patients ... more

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CNA

Angel Family Care

Jul 2008 - Oct 2013

Attend to patients’ grooming needs including changing, bathing and feeding• Assist patients’ mobility within the hospital premises• Turn and position beds for patients’ comfort• Communicate any changes in patients’ condition pertaining to blood pressure, sugar levels and other vitals• Clean up spills• Keep in check the status of splints and other equipment

Certifications / Licenses
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Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

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Certified Medication Aide (CMA)

Education
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Arts of Living H.S.

2001 - 2004