Patient Care Associate, Beaumont

The Patient Care Associate (PCA) is a member of the patient care services team with primary responsibilities for technical, multi-skilled direct and indirect patient care activities. The PCA is assigned to work under the supervision of a registered nurse who delegates tasks based upon patient needs and PCA skills and abilities. The PCA will report all deviations from expected patient parameters to the registered nurse. 1.Collaborates and cooperates with care team members to ensure consistency and quality of care and promotes productive employee relations among staff members. Demonstrates an understanding of and commitment to the philosophy and objective of continuous improvement, team work and the mission, vision and values of the DMC.* 2.Performs a variety of basic patient care activities under the direction of a registered nurse. Reports changes in patient medical and/or emotional condition to the registered nurse. Assists nursing personnel in responding to various emergency patient situations.* 3.Assists patient in activities of daily living by feeding, bathing, toileting and other personal hygiene regimes.* 4.Follows all departmental policies, procedures and objectives; continuous improvement initiatives; safety environmental and infection control standards. * 5.Demonstrates sensitivity to patient comfort and privacy and expresses interest in patient progress. Answers questions from patients and their families and explains procedures and processes within the scope of their training/abilities. Maintains confidentiality. * 6.As required by unit needs, performs general clerical duties which may include, but are not limited to, answering telephones and call lights, greeting patients and visitors.* 7.Enhances personal growth through participation in workshops, educational programs, in-service meetings and reviewing current literature. Shares joint accountability (with the institution) for maintaining competencies. * 8.Performs other tasks as assigned (see task list).* * The essential functions of this job include but are not limited to those marked with an asterisk.

Hospital Food Service Worker, Variety of Shifts and Schedules, Muskegon

Part timeShift: Description: Job Summary Provides hospitality and supportive services to the Nutrition Services Department, clinical dietitian, individual nursing units, and the patients. Responsibilities and Duties Maintains accurate records of patient diet orders. Interviews patients and families for food preferences and menu selections and coordinates with current diet orders. Passes and picks up trays in a timely manner if needed, documents food consumption, and completes floor stock tallies. Promotes good customer relations between patients, patient care staff, visitors, and the Nutrition Services Department. Operates cash register and performs outstanding customer service. Processes sales quickly, accurately and efficiently via cash register system, including transactions for payment by Cash, Credit/Debit card, Vouchers, ID Badge or Gift Card. Safeguards company assets. Performs all other tasks as directed. Qualifications and Skills Credentials/Licensure • Preferred: ServSafe Certified or completion of certificate within six months of hire Related Experience • Preferred: One year of food service experience, Guest Services background. Order taking via the phone and order entry of selections into the computer. Computer Competency Shows how to use (through a competency assessment) a standard desktop and windows based computer system, including a basic understanding of email, e-learning, intranet and computer navigation. Ability to use other software as required to perform the essential functions of the job. Physical/Mental Minimum • Standing 3 to 4 hours at a time, must be alert, work well with others, like working with the public. • Bend, twist, reach and walk (70%-90% of the time). • Push and pull objects weighing up to 100 pounds (15% of the time). • Lift objects weighing up to 50 pounds (15% of the time).Perform detailed tasks (50% of the time). • Work with frequent interruptions (80%-100% of the time) and changing priorities (50%-75% of the time). Hear speech, speak softly and loudly, utilize near/far vision and fine motor skills. Trinity Health’s Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion Trinity Health employs about 133,000 colleagues at dozens of hospitals and hundreds of health centers in 22 states. Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences, and health practices of the communities that we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive health outcomes. We also recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world and that these differences often lead to innovative solutions. Trinity Health’s dedication to diversity includes a unified workforce (through training and education, recruitment, retention and development), commitment and accountability, communication, community partnerships, and supplier diversity