Nursing Tech II

ID 2022-12597
Moses Cone Hospital
Work Location
Division : Name
Care Reinvention
Department : Name
MHC - Div 4000 - IP Rehab
Position Sub-Category
Position Type
Benefit Eligible (12-39 hours/week)
Employment Type
Workforce Status
Work Hours
Provider Schedule (specific schedule)
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
On call Required
Sub Category
CNA - Hospital


Provides basic patient care according to the skills and competency guidelines set by the N.C. Division of Facility Services and the North Carolina Board of Nursing, Nurse Aide Central Registry. Provides patient care under the supervision of the Nurse, reporting observations, and documenting within the scope of practice into the EMR. May have access to non-controlled medication storage areas on the patient care areas if and only when their job responsibilities require that access, such as transferring non-controlled substance medications from one storage location site to another or when helping other licensed healthcare professionals retrieve non-controlled substance medications. Talent Pool: Nursing Support




Performs direct patient care based on the requests & needs as specified by patient & family, being age appropriate. Provides personal attention for patients conducive to recovery by providing assistance with activities of daily living: bathing, shaving, mouth care, skin care & progressive mobility. Obtains accurate vital signs & documents in timely manner. Reports findings outside normal parameters to nurse for appropriate intervention. Keeps licensed staff informed of all responsibilities on ongoing basis, ensuring prompt notification in the event of a potential problem. Addresses patient's quality of life issues in relationship to nutrition/hydration/elimination by meeting department competencies providing assistance with meal set-up and/or feeds patients as needed, distributing nutritional supplements & snacks according to patients plan of care, monitor & document intake & output accurately & notifying RN staff of observations as appropriate (i.e. no bowel movement, diarrhea, concentrated urine), empties foley catheters at end of shift & as needed. Performs intentional hourly rounding & anticipates patient needs. Responds to needs of all patients on the unit, not just in assigned group. Assists with admissions, transfers, & discharges to support patient throughput. Receives & responds to nurse delegation. Works with nurse to set priorities when receiving multiple requests. Follows policy & procedure when adding enternal feedings solution to existing infusions (NG, gastrostomy). Assists in facilitating patient's elimination needs by applying & removing condom catheters, performs established ostomy care, administers douches, enemas & inserts rectal tubes/flatus bags. Follows hospital policy & procedure when performing procedures, catheter care, specimen collection, tube feedings, sterile dressing changes, etc. Accurately performs duties related to patient's plan of care, implements bladder & bowel training, application of cold & hot packs, teds, etc.


Promotes a positive and efficient departmental atmosphere. Promotes patient satisfaction through personal interaction, meeting patient needs in a timely fashion. (Patient rounding as appropriate.). Provides a clean and comfortable environment for patients. Assists with lost or left behind patient belongings. Reports patient status, patient/family concerns or unsafe conditions, as occur. Responds to call lights/intercom/telephones. Directs questions and problems to appropriate person, recognizing the need to seek assistance when necessary. Provides assistance/support to patients and significant others. Assists with bed assignments, transfers and discharges. Monitors patient activity on and off unit. Collects non-controlled medications, distributing to appropriate licensed personnel on the unit. Observes Video Surveillance cameras. Communicates regarding equipment maintenance and repairs. Assists with maintaining a clean and safe environment.


Demonstrates personal accountability. Responds appropriately to emergency situations (Cone Health Codes) and demonstrates knowledge of how to respond. Adheres to National Patient Safety Goals (including compliance with Infection Prevention, Hand Hygiene, etc.). Always uses appropriate safety devices and techniques (examples: using safe lift equipment and needle safe devices; pushing carts; correctly lifting copy paper). Protects all confidential information and obeys all HIPAA regulations. Adheres to all organizational and departmental policies and procedures, including dress code and attendance. Documents time accurately using Kronos. Completes all departmentally required education, competencies, and/or proficiencies.


Performs clerical activities. May need to assist with scheduling follow up appointments for patients. Enters charges and maintains accurate accommodation codes. Helps meet regulatory compliance standards; Refrigerator temps, track device day data, daily BCA checks, safety rounds, appropriate CHL audits. Makes sure fall risk patients have correct armbands and correct color of socks, as well as correct signage and monitors bed alarm compliance. Maintains adequate paperwork concerning patient information (Patient logs, Patient Labels, Transfer/Admission logs) and communication with physician practices. Maintains proper inventory levels on all supplies and other items necessary for the operation of the department. Assists in maintaining unit inventory of supplies, equipment, nourishments, and instruments and office supplies. Requests supplies from portable equipment - Compression Stockings, IV pumps, etc.




High School Diploma or equivalent, Required





NAI | Nurse Aid I

NAII | Nursing Assistant II

BLS (CPR)-American Red Cross or AHA Healthcare Provider

Currently listed and in good standing, as a Nurse Tech II with the North Carolina Board of Nursing, and as a Nurse Tech I with the NC Nurse Aide Registry required.



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