Cindi G.

$20.00 / hr

When I was a little girl, in kindergarten, we were asked to write down what we wanted to be when we grew up, my mother just gave me all of those old keepsakes. My little piece of paper said " when I grow up I want to be a social worker, a nurse, or a missionary. I have had the passion for caring for people since I was a little girl. I have spent my adult life doing this. I enjoy being a caregiver because I have been on the other end, the majority of my childhood. I was in the hospital a lot as a child with bad asthma, and my caregivers, always comforted me when my mother was unable to stay the night. I always said that I would pay back all of those caregivers who made me feel special by becoming one of them, and being there for someone who was alone or frightened. My greatest satisfaction is to make someone smile, it fills my heart with joy. My greatest achievement was being a part of the lives of so many different beautiful people, and hearing all of their stories. I was the granddaughter of an elderly man with dementia, I was the sister of a woman with Alzheimer's, I was the girlfriend of a boy who was struck by lightening, and I enjoyed every moment I shared in their moments. ... more

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Psychiatric Technician/PCA

Rogers Memorial

Feb 2013 - Jun 2014

Currently work as a Psychiatric Technician. Primary responsibilities are Performing EKG’s, body checks, belongings checks, safety checks, Vitals, Accu-checks, Patient Support, Running Group sessions, deescalating patients with Acute Psychosis. Any other Tasks delegated by RN.



Aurora St. Lukes Medical Center

May 2010 - Feb 2013

I worked on a medical telemetry floor at St. Luke’s. This floor dealt with patients who had any types of underlying Cardiac issues. I was trained to set up, as well as read the heart monitors, and then analyze the data. I began as a CNA and then took the extra training class to become a Patient care assistant. Primary responsibilities were taking vitals, Accu-checks, discontinuing IV's, bladder scans, inserting and discontinuing Fo leys, discontinuing NG tubes and helping patients with their adl's. In addition to those everyday tasks, I would set up patients with their monitors as well as reading, abnormalities and cardiac arrhythmias. There were typically 25 to 30 patients at a time on the heart monitors. ... more



Jun 2009 - May 2010

• Administer G- Tube feedings • Administer medications via the G- Tube • Passive Range of Motion three times a shift • Oral Care/ providing suction • Tracheotomy care/ suctioning / cleaning • Transferring/Ambulation • Foley Care

Certifications / Licenses

Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN)