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Ashleigh
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New York
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New York
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Experience Experience
01/2014 present
New York, NY
Hospital Aide Patient Transportation
New York, NY
Hospital Aide Patient Transportation
01/2014 present
New York, NY
Hospital Aide Patient Transportation
01/2014 present
  • Procures, processes, and/or delivers equipment, supplies, nourishments, and other resources to the assigned area on a routine basis and during emergency situations
  • Helps maintain a clean and safe work environment
  • Ensures that medical equipment necessary for patient transport is clean, functional and operational. Reports any equipment malfunctions to supervisor
  • Assists w/ filing & other paperwork duties
  • Recognizes limitations & seeks assistance to learn unfamiliar functions
  • Demonstrates flexibility by adjusting to workload fluctuations impacted by unit activity
  • Attends or reads minutes of dept staff meetings - min of 50% annually; documents completion by initialing sign-in sheet provided
09/2010 09/2013
Dallas, TX
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Dallas, TX
Hospital Aide-scf
09/2010 09/2013
Dallas, TX
Hospital Aide-scf
09/2010 09/2013
  • Assists Hospital Unit Coordinator when time permits to: answer patient call lights, Stentofon, & telephones promptly
  • Strives to maintain good working relationships & rapport w/ patients, other members of the dept, & the health care team
  • Seeks other duties from the Charge Nurse or mgmt when work is completed & unit activity is decreased
  • Maintains equipment, supplies & work area in accordance w/ dept guidelines
  • Under Nursing supervision, transport patients, supplies, & equipment w/in the Medical Center
  • Displays clearly visible identification, stating name, title, & dept in support of the Infant Security Policy & Procedure
  • Restocks medications in locked supply cupboards in labor rooms
08/2003 08/2010
Detroit, MI
Hospital Aide
Detroit, MI
Hospital Aide
08/2003 08/2010
Detroit, MI
Hospital Aide
08/2003 08/2010
  • Checks "Peds" cupboard supplies at least daily & sign's off sign-in sheet posted in each cupboard
  • Maintains the privacy & confidentiality of both member & employee w/ regard to medical records, diagnosis, conditions, & status in support of the Corporate Compliance & HIPAA Standards
  • Functions under direction of RN w/in defined scope of position
  • Attends educational in-services
  • Observes body fluid/substance precautions
  • Treats all patients in accordance w/ the Patient's Bill of Rights
  • Demonstrates professional demeanor in all interactions
Education Education
School Degree
School Degree
Iowa State University
School Degree
Skills Skills
  • Participates in assigned Quality Improvement activities
  • Demonstrates technical competence in basic nursing skills and use of simple equipment
  • Records data and nursing care activities in medical record following Department/Unit/JCAHO standards
  • Assists with admissions, discharges and transfers/ambulation
  • Reports evaluation to RN/LPN if outcomes are not met, if patient responses are unexpected or unusual
  • Assists with ongoing data collection; identifies changes in patient status and reports changes to RN/LPN
  • Implements care plan; sets priorities of care with licensed staff
  • Utilizes Department and Unit forms per procedures
  • Functions with awareness of and applies safety principles and standards, including patient, environment and employee issues
  • Utilizes correct body mechanics
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Hospital Aide Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrates technical competence in basic nursing skills and use of simple equipment
  • Functions within parameters of job description
  • Reports pertinent patient data and problem to licensed staff, charge nurse or supervisor
  • Assists as directed during Code 500 (Chest compression and runner to lab)
  • Practices within Hospital, Department and Unit standards/policies/procedures
  • Locates and uses Facility and Hospital manuals, and other reference manuals/books when necessary
  • Completes CPR recertification of 24 months - Level C
  • Attends at least three Unit Staff Meetings
  • Participates in peer evaluation when requested by supervisor
  • Demonstrates sufficient knowledge, skills, and abilities in area of specialization
  • Performs other duties and accepts responsibility as assigned
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Hospital Aide-scf Resume Examples & Samples

  • Gives input to RN for development and revision of patient care plan
  • Assists with ongoing data collection; identifies changes in patient status and reports changes to RN/LPN
  • Implements care plan; sets priorities of care with licensed staff
  • Assists with admissions, discharges and transfers/ambulation
  • Reports evaluation to RN/LPN if outcomes are not met, if patient responses are unexpected or unusual
  • Records data and nursing care activities in medical record following Department/Unit/JCAHO standards
  • Utilizes Department and Unit forms per procedures
  • Utilizes correct body mechanics
  • Reports incidents, work related injuries, unsafe equipment or environment to supervisor or other appropriate person
  • Participates in assigned Quality Improvement activities
  • Hospital Aide Training Program or documented completion of equivalent military training course
  • Valid Hawaii Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) license (must meet education requirement(s) for Hawaii State licensure)
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and skill in oral communication, written communication, interpersonal relations, and customer service
  • Talking to co-workers, customers, outside vendors, and on the telephone
  • Reading, writing, speaking, and understanding English
  • Training/giving and receiving instructions
  • Mathematical ability, attention to detail (e.g., organization, prioritization, proofing), concentration, and alertness
  • One year of experience as Hospital Aide
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Hospital Aide Resume Examples & Samples

  • Transports patients by assisting or lifting individuals onto gurneys or into wheel chairs & transports to prescheduled appointments w/in acceptable time standards & safety procedures
  • Collects & delivers medical equipment, supplies, lab specimens, & Central Processing materials as requested
  • Establishes & maintains courteous, cooperative relations w/ patients by reassuring patients & explaining the purpose of the transport
  • Checks oxygen tanks for leakage & level of oxygen in the tank; replaces empty tanks, & checks & requests services on departmental gurneys, wheel chairs, & oxygen carriers through Plant Services
  • Assists physicians, nursing personnel, & other medical professionals as needed in the care or treatment of patients
  • Performs other related duties as needed or directed by the dept manager and/or seniors
  • Exhibits standards of competencies in the delivery of care by preparing & transporting patients to their destination in a timely, safe, & efficient manner
  • Demonstrates competencies of all medical equipment used in transporting patients
  • Demonstrates competencies in the use of the Automated Dispatch System (VIP, Patient Tracking System)
  • Sets priorities according to most emergent needs on an ongoing basis
  • Insures patient is prepared for transportation in accordance w/ safety requirements indicated in dept policy
  • Recognizes & clarifies inappropriate orders
  • Routinely takes usual & special precautions relative to the age, medical history, condition of the patient, & the type of treatment being given
  • Calls VIP to receive assignments
  • Obtains the following information prior to dispatch: patient's name, room number, destination, isolation precautions, mode of transportation, equipment needed
  • Documents all requests & special instructions on trip cards in a timely, legible, comprehensive, & accurate manner
  • Observes all applicable Regional, Medical Center, & dept policies & procedures
  • Maintains current CPR, BLS for the Health Care Provider or equivalent program
  • Keeps current w/ fire & safety regulations & procedures
  • Follows Universal Body Substance Precautions & Infectious Waste protocols
  • Completes & maintains a current annual health screening (PPD)
  • Participates in education/orientation of other staff
  • Accountable for all content of staff meetings/in-service presentations by attendance or reviewing minutes
  • Exhibits standards of professional behavior to enhance quality of service as indicated in Kaiser Permanente Quality of Service Philosophy in general professional behavior towards, & concern for, patients, members, & employees
  • Informs members of reason for transport & destination. Reason for delays or anticipated delays
  • Treats all patients in accordance w/ the Patient's Bill of Rights
  • Adjust to fluctuations in workload, w/in designated work hours
  • Verifies that all equipment needs is in working order & safe for transportation
  • Cleans & performs operator maintenance on medical equipment used in transporting patients
  • Identifies learning needs of team members & provides instruction to increase staff effectiveness
  • Accurately assesses strengths & development needs of employees; gives timely, specific feedback to manager
  • At least six (6) months of experience as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) or Hospital Aide in an acute care setting or equivalent OR completion of one (1) academic year in an accredited nursing program that includes clinical experience
  • Heavy Physical demands
  • Frequent pulling, pushing, and lifting of supplies and equipment
  • Occasional assistance in positioning of patients
  • Walking and standing most of the time on duty
  • Standard Medical equipment and equipment used in transporting patients
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Hospital Aide Resume Examples & Samples

  • Under Nursing supervision, transport patients, supplies, & equipment w/in the Medical Center
  • Assembles & maintains required equipment & performs related requested duties; include indirect patient care activities (patient positioning, transportation) & other functions under direction of the nursing staff
  • Displays clearly visible identification, stating name, title, & dept in support of the Infant Security Policy & Procedure
  • Maintains the privacy & confidentiality of both member & employee w/ regard to medical records, diagnosis, conditions, & status in support of the Corporate Compliance & HIPAA Standards
  • Attends educational in-services
  • Demonstrates understanding of & adherence to sterile technique
  • Observes body fluid/substance precautions
  • Provides written communication that is accurate, complete, & legible; routes such communication appropriately & in timely manner, utilizing available resources, such as, unit communication book & white board in utility room
  • Listens intently to instruction & shift report from off-going aide or surgical technician
  • Provides appropriate report to on-coming shift aide or surgical technician of unit activity & needs
  • Takes initiative in the identification of problems that affect patient care & utilizes the chain of command appropriately for problem resolution
  • Takes initiative to report identified operational problems to appropriate depts & provide follow-up report to dept mgmt
  • Abides by computer security practices & enters data into computer appropriately (i.e. EMSR, KPDS, Transportation/VIP, HUGS Infant Security information)
  • Communicates effectively w/ other depts to promote positive inter-departmental relationships
  • Demonstrates professional demeanor in all interactions
  • Strives to maintain good working relationships & rapport w/ patients, other members of the dept, & the health care team
  • Functions under direction of RN w/in defined scope of position
  • Recognizes limitations & seeks assistance to learn unfamiliar functions
  • Responds to emergency patient call & provides emergency care as needed
  • Assists Hospital Unit Coordinator when time permits to: answer patient call lights, Stentofon, & telephones promptly
  • Assists w/ filing & other paperwork duties
  • Attends or reads minutes of dept staff meetings - min of 50% annually; documents completion by initialing sign-in sheet provided
  • Maintains documentation of current work requirements (i.e. CPR, PPD)
  • Knowledgeable of Unit & Hospital quality improvement projects. Participates in the Dept Quality Improvement activities or submits info or areas of concern to Unit Based QI members or mgmt
  • Demonstrates flexibility by adjusting to workload fluctuations impacted by unit activity
  • Able to organize, plan & set priorities & complete work w/ minimal assistance & w/in designated working hours
  • Seeks other duties from the Charge Nurse or mgmt when work is completed & unit activity is decreased
  • Maintains equipment, supplies & work area in accordance w/ dept guidelines
  • Restocks medications in locked supply cupboards in labor rooms
  • Checks "Peds" cupboard supplies at least daily & sign's off sign-in sheet posted in each cupboard
  • Heavy physical demands
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Hospital Aide Patient Transportation Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assists health professionals as appropriate to assigned work area
  • Ensures that medical equipment necessary for patient transport is clean, functional and operational. Reports any equipment malfunctions to supervisor
  • Procures, processes, and/or delivers equipment, supplies, nourishments, and other resources to the assigned area on a routine basis and during emergency situations
  • Transports patients (whose conditions range from stable to highly complex with special equipment needs) to other nursing units, to diagnostic and treatment areas, and for discharge from the Hospitals
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Hospital Aide-transitional Care Unit Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assists with ongoing data collection; identifies changes in patient status and reports changes to RN/LPN; implements care plan under direction of licensed staff
  • Assists with admissions, discharges, and transfers
  • Demonstrates basic competencies to work on specialty unit
  • Functions with awareness of and applies safety principles and standards, including patient, environment and employee issues
  • Functions with awareness of and applies infection control principles and standards, including patient, environment and employee issues
  • Maintains confidentiality of patient/hospital information
  • Reports off when leaving Unit
  • Remains calm in emergency patient care/Unit situations; follows established protocols
  • Completes mandatory JCAHO inservices annually
  • Reads/signs minutes of Staff Meetings not attended
  • Seeks guidance, direction or supervision when unsure of procedures/actions needed
  • Demonstrates knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to provide care and/or service appropriate to age groups served
  • Demonstrates knowledge skills, and abilities necessary to provide culturally sensitive care and/or service
  • Experience or successful completion of training program (pre-hire, post-hire, or on-the-job) in area of specialty, if applicable
  • One (1) year Hospital Aide experience preferred