Huggins Hospital

  • Licensed Nursing Assistant - Assisted Living

    Posted Date 2 months ago(4/16/2018 10:34 AM)
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    New Hampshire
  • Overview

    Under the general supervision of the RN Administrator, is responsible for performing various duties and tasks as requested under the LNA scope of practice as dictated by the NHBON.


    Education:  High school graduate/GED and graduate from a nursing assistant program.

    Experience:  1 year experience as an LNA preferred, experience in residential care setting preferred.

    Licensure:  Active New Hampshire LNA license, current BLS certification


    Clinical Competency

    • Under the direct supervision of a nurse, provides timely direct resident care activities to include assisting resident with hygiene and activities of daily living according to established policies and procedures and unit standards.
    • Performs delegated nursing orders and treatments according to Huggins Hospital’s Procedures within one-half hour of ordered time.
    • Performs and documents vital signs, height, weight, intake, output and reports any changes out of range of normal.
    • Obtains laboratory specimens as appropriate, i.e., finger stick glucose testing, urine specimens and prepares for transport to lab as necessary
    • Assists the residents in ambulating, transferring from bed to chair, turning and repositioning in bed as necessary using safe lifting adjunct equipment and good body mechanics.
    • Responsible for timely restocking of rooms, department supplies and unit cleanliness.
    • Performs Housekeeping, laundry, meal prep and meal service duties as assigned, while utilizing best practices of infection prevention.
    • Assists, supervises, and if delegated by RN, administers resident medications per state regulations and NH BON rules.

    Patient Advocacy

    • Sets the stage for a positive patient interaction by always introducing self and clinical role.
    • Answers resident call-bells promptly and courteously
    • Facilitates resident and family centered care via clear communication of plan of care and educating at a level the resident, family and/or caregiver can comprehend.
    • Care given to all residents addresses the age of each resident as well as the physical, psychological and individualized learning needs.
    • Recognizes and utilizes appropriate resources for non-English speaking residents, healthcare illiteracy and hearing and sight impaired individuals.
    • Take proactive steps to recognize and report suspected abuse/neglect including, elder, sexual abuse, spousal abuse, and reports to supervisor and/or appropriate authorities


    • Adheres to Infection Prevention standards, consistent in hand hygiene practice before and after each resident interaction. Holds team members to IP and hand hygiene standards.
    • Participates in quality review within the department, utilizes evidence based best practices, and participates in performance improvement projects.
    • Adheres to the LNA standards of care as defined by the NH Board of Nursing


    • Displays ability to work as a team member, is able to take direction and be accountable to assist shift team to accomplish all care priorities. Demonstrates understanding of work schedule reliability and proactive communication to nursing team dynamics.
    • Adheres to standards and applicable codes of conduct that govern behavior among peer and colleagues to create an environment promoting cooperation, respect and trust
    • Maintains professionalism by adhering to the Huggins Hospital dress code
    • Continues professional growth by maintaining education hours for license renewals
    • Maintains active LNA license and BCLS certification


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