Certified Nursing Assistants provide physical support and cater to the basic care needs of patients. Registered Nurses or Licensed Practical Nurses often supervise the CNA’s.
Some of the responsibilities of CNA’s include administering treatments or medications under the supervision of the patient’s physician or RN as well as ensuring the cleanliness and sanitation of the room where the client is staying, among others.
CNA’s are important members of care teams. If you want to be employed in a certain healthcare setting as a CNA today, contact 774-420-2500 for more information.