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Highly Motivated, hard worker, self-starter Medical Assistant with management and clinical skills looking to advance my skills and bring value to a family or in a clinic or laboratory , adept to taking vital signs,vein-puncture, urinalysis and giving injections, providing passionate inhome care for over 10 years. I have experience with PEG tubes, G tubes, and as well trachs. Im am a fast learning and VERY confident in my services provided in home or clinic settings
Hi there, I have been working in the field since 2011. I have worked with clients who are medically fragile, development disabilities, dementia, and also children and adults with behavioral disabilities. I have worked in homes, group homes, isl, independent living facilities and also in a school setting.
Qualified Certified Nursing Assistant with 25 years of experience, looking for fulfilling healthcare work in a reputed health organization where I can apply my best clinical skills. Reliable, caring certified nursing assistant with several years experience caring for elderly and vulnerable adults. Excellent client care: work well with bedridden, physically challenged and memory-impaired residents. Friendly and compassionate, with excellent interpersonal communication skills. Flexible: available days, evening, nights, weekends and holidays. Discreet and confidential in all dealing with patients and staff.
Hello, I've been a CNA for 18 years and love every bit of it. I love taking care of people and being able to provide companionship to people. I am always positive and upbeat. I'm dependable. I love the fact that I'm appreciated and I like the feeling I get that I've helped someone who needs me. I would like to open my own personal care home one day.
My name is Courtney Adams. I am a mother of 2 and a wonderful aid. I am a only child and my generation of family is a lot older. Growing up most of them opt to pass away at home leaving my grandmother, my mother and myself to care and comfort them. Then I knew that I was born to be a caregiver and a nurtured nurtueror. I have been a paid at a couple of hospitals and various long term care, rehab, hospice and assisted living facilites. My greatest accomplishment as a aid is seeing the faces of patients and family when I have made a patient feel better, or brought a patients pulse back. As a aid I am determined to make patients feel as good comfortable and loved as possible.
I will be a great person for this job is because I go above and beyond for anybody I work with or I work for , I'm here to love them like family and make them feel comfortable as possible , I enjoy working with people because we all need help one day and they give me sooo much love and joy being with them . I'm always on time for work I go above and beyond for the families and the person I'm taking care of. Give me a chance and I bet you won't regret it
I am a 41 year old female. I have 4 children. My youngest was born in 2002 and was my inspiration for becoming a caregiver. He was born with a couple of syndromes and lots of medical challenges. This I became very good at taking care of him. Was a natural caretaker when I was growing up as I was told from family members and friends. This situation made me want to become a professional caregiver and has allowed me to be able to see some of the most common medical equipment and machinery that is used these days. It has tought me a lot.
Growing up I have always been very interested in helping people for their daily living. I am kind, gentle, and very compassionate person. What attracted me to being a caregiver was generally to help people and advocate for people. What enjoy most about being a caregiver is to be able help people in their sickness and you see how their health improves. One of my personal achievements is to be able to graduate from school, proud of that.
I am a perfect fit for helping individuals. I can relate at times to how they are feeling when going through or have gone through a traumatic life change. Whether it be a short term or long term prognosis. I feel this is the most important quality in caregiving. Who wouldn't want someone to understand them for them and not look at them as if they are a patient but rather a true person. What attracts me to doing this type of work is how someone can be so thankful for what we do for them even if it is to just pick up a piece of paper off the floor. The most smallest things matter the most and to see them smile as if I made their whole day better makes my day 20 times better. I look forward to going into work and doing all that I can for all the people I have taken care of for almost the last four years. My biggest achievement in this particular job is having my loved ones thank me for the job I do for them, but I remind them it's more my pleasure than theirs.