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Sunday, August 5, 2007

Nursing Attendant

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Position:ICU Technician / Nursing Attendant - Nights/20509

Location: New York City, NY

Full/Part Time: Full-Time

Where The Best Belong.

The University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell

Recognized as one of the best hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report, New York-Presbyterian Hospital with over 2,300 beds continues a long-standing emphasis on clinical expertise with our centers of excellence including New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell, New York Presbyterian/Columbia, Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York Presbyterian, Allen Pavilion, a model for community care and the Westchester Division, a world renowned behavioral health facility. World-class resources, state-of-the-art inpatient and outpatient facilities and world-renowned research and clinical leadership make this a special place.


Under the supervision of a Nursing Care Clinician, is responsible for patient care tasks and a variety of advanced paraprofessional and technical functions/skills including (but not limited to) phlebotomy, EKG, vitals signs monitoring, and blood glucose testing, which contribute to the health, safety and comfort needs of patients. Performs various environmental duties for the unit and performs all duties of a Nursing Attendant. This is a technical position with no supervisory responsibility. High School diploma or Equivalency Certificate. Minimum of two years current Nursing Attendant experience in an acute care hospital setting required. Successful completion of a skills inventory of a Nursing Attendant. Recent training and/or experience in EKG and phlebotomy, Must be capable of treating pediatric, adult or geriatric patients. This includes, but is not limited to pushing, pulling, lifting and transferring patients. Must be capable of performing tasks that require dexterity, muscular strength, flexibility, endurance and coordination as part of their normal assignments.

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