Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Cornerstone Health and Hospice

Cornerstone Health and Hospice is hiring C.N.A.'s 75

75 E 7200 South Suite 103
Midvale Utah

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Job Fair

Private duty aide needed

Justin, a young man with a spinal cord injury is looking for an aide for evening hours in the Draper area. call or text 8019101424

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Applegate HomeCare & Hospice

Applegate HomeCare & Hospice is looking for full and/or part time CNA. immediate openings. Please call Donna at 801 261 3023.

Mountain View Home Health and Hospice is Hiring

  • Mountain View Home Health and Hospice is Hiring CNA's, RN's, and a f...ull time Receptionist/ Office Manager! If you you are interested in joining our team apply through our website at

Hearts for Hospice Murray

  • Hearts for Hospice Murray hiring Aide for full time, days eves, week...ends! Apply in person. 142 E 5600 S suite 110!!! Great pay and benefits and excellent clinical team!

Canyon Creek Assisted Living

I am contacting you because our Assisted Living Facility (Canyon Creek Assisted Living) is desperately in need of CNAs at this time. Can I inquire as to how we can get the word out to your students that we are hiring?
Our executive director is willing to travel and speak to the classes and let them know that we are hiring, or I could fax a sign or something to you. We are very in need, and ...I think a lot of students would like to know of our openings!

We are hiring CNA’s for Daytime, night time, and weekend shifts. Even if a CNA is not certified but is about to be, we would love them to come fill out our application and take the integrity survey. We are hiring for Full Time and Part time shifts in both our Assisted Living, and our Memory Care units. The residents here are VERY fun!
If they do choose to apply, they need to come, in person, to 7235 S. Union Park Ave, Cottonwood Heights, UT 84047. And they need to bring an I.D.!

Thank you!
We hope to hear back soon

Mental Health Tech / CNA

Mental Health Tech / CNA
Highland Ridge Hopstial
7309 S 180 W
Midvale, UT 84047

Current openings include: full time days, full time nights and PRN

Job Duties: Supports nursing staff in maintaining a therapeutic milieu by performing routinely assigned tasks and carrying out patient care activities within the scope of the MHT/CNA training and experience. The MHT/...CNA will maintain a safe and professional standard for patient care according to facility mission, policy and procedure, and in accordance with all external regulatory and credentialing bodies. MHTs/CNAs will assist nurses in transporting patients, checking vitals, and routine safety checks. CNA applicants must be able to lift, carry, bathe, and assist geriatric patients with hygiene needs. CNAs will work with geriatric, psychiatric, and chemical dependency patients.
Job Requirements: High School diploma or GED mandatory. Certificate of attendance at approved nursing assistant technician program preferred. Must be able to stand on feet for long intervals and have dexterity to participate in physical restraint of patients when necessary. A certain amount of walking and standing are often necessary to carry out job duties. Lifting/carrying will routinely exceed 10 pounds and involves assisting patients in ambulation, positioning and ADL's. CNAs may be required to lift, roll, or otherwise assist in moving patients. May be subject to physical confrontation and possible assault behaviors from patients.

Please email resumes to:

Aspen Ridge

Aspen Ridge 963 E 6600 S Murray is hiring a night CNA (can be currently enrolled or waiting to take test) call April 8017133100

At Home Nursing Care is hiring

At Home Nursing Care is hiring CNA's to serve clients from North Ogden to Draper. $50 sign on bonus call 8017465558 or apply at website

City Creek Post Acute is hiring

City Creek Post Acute is hiring. It is the former Arlington Hills

The Avenues Courtyard Assisted Living Community

The Avenues Courtyard Assisted Living Community
661 East 100 South in Salt Lake City

We are hiring for CNAs for the following shifts:

• Graveyard: Thursday to Saturdays
Midnight to 6am; 10:30PM to 6:30AM
• Weekends PRN
• AM Shift and PM Shift PRN

Please apply online:

Friday, October 3, 2014

R432-45-6. Certified Nurse Aide Misconduct

R432-45-6. Certified Nurse Aide Misconduct.
CNA misconduct that adversely affects the health, safety or welfare of the public may result in loss of nurse aide certification.
(1) CNA misconduct related to client safety and integrity includes:
(a) leaving a nursing assistant assignment without properly notifying appropriate supervisory personnel;
(b) failing to report information regarding incompetent, unethical or illegal practice of any health care provider to proper authorities;
(c) failing to respect client rights and dignity regardless of social or economic status, personal attributes, or nature of health problems or disability; or
(d) failing to report actual or suspected incidents of client abuse.
(2) Engaging in sexual misconduct related to the client or to the workplace includes:
(a) engaging in sexual relations if the patient is receiving care from an institution or entity that employs the CNA;
(b) engaging in sexual relations with a client for a period when a generally recognized caregiver and patient relationship exists; or
(c) engaging in sexual relations for an extended period when a patient has reasonable cause to believe a professional relationship exists between the patient or anyone certified under the provisions of this rule (Rule R432-45).
(3) CNA misconduct related to administrative rules and state and federal law includes:
(a) knowingly aiding, abetting or assisting an individual to violate or circumvent any rule or regulation intended to guide the conduct of health care providers;
(b) violating the privacy rights and confidentiality of a client, unless disclosure of client information is required by law;
(c) discriminating against a client on the basis of age, race, religion, sex, sexual preference, national origin, or disability;
(d) abusing a client by intentionally causing physical harm or discomfort, or by striking a client, intimidating a client, threatening a client, or harassing a client;
(e) neglecting a client by allowing a client to be injured or remain in physical pain and discomfort;
(f) engaging in other unacceptable behavior or verbal abuse towards or in the presence of a client by using derogatory names or gestures or profane language;
(g) using the client relationship to exploit the client by gaining property or other items of value from the client either for personal gain or sale, beyond the compensation for services;
(h) possessing, obtaining, attempting to obtain, furnishing or administering prescription or controlled drugs to any person, including oneself, except as directed by a health care professional authorized by law to prescribe drugs; or
(i) removing or attempting to remove drugs, supplies, property, or money from the workplace without authorization.
(4) CNA misconduct related to communication includes:
(a) inaccurate recordkeeping in client or agency records;
(b) incomplete recordkeeping regarding client care that includes failure to document care given or other information important to the client's care or documentation which is inconsistent with the care given;
(c) falsifying a client or agency record that includes filling in someone else's omissions, signing someone else's name, recording care not given, or fabricating data and values;
(d) altering a client or agency record that includes changing words, letters and numbers from the original document to mislead the reader of the record, and adding to the record after the original time and date without indicating a late entry;
(e) destroying a client or agency record;
(f) failing to maintain client records in a timely manner which accurately reflect management of client care, including failure to make a late entry within a reasonable time period; or
(g) failing to communicate information regarding the client's status to the supervising nurse or other appropriate person in a timely manner.
(5) CNA misconduct related to the client's family includes:
(a) failing to respect the rights of the client's family regardless of social or economic status, race, religion, or national origin;
(b) using the CNA-client relationship to exploit the family for the CNA's personal gain or for any other reason;
(c) stealing money, property, services, or supplies from the family; or
(d) soliciting or borrowing money, materials or property from the family.
(6) CNA misconduct related to co-workers that includes violent, abusive, threatening, harassing, or intimidating behavior towards a co-worker, which either occurs in the presence of clients or otherwise relates to the delivery of safe care to clients.
(7) CNA misconduct related to achieving and maintaining clinical competency includes:
(a) failing to competently perform the duties of a nursing assistant;
(b) performing acts beyond the authorized duties for which the individual is certified; or
(c) assuming duties and responsibilities of a nursing assistant without nursing assistant training or when competency has not been established or maintained.
(8) CNA misconduct related to impaired function includes:
(a) using drugs, alcohol or mind-altering substances to an extent or in a manner dangerous or injurious to the nursing assistant or others, or to an extent that such use impairs the ability to safely conduct the duties of a nursing assistant; or
(b) having a physical or mental condition that makes the nursing assistant unable to safely perform the duties of a nursing assistant.
(9) CNA misconduct related to certificate violations includes:
(a) providing, selling, applying for, or attempting to procure a certificate by willful fraud or misrepresentation;
(b) functioning as a medication assistant without current certification as a medication assistant;
(c) altering a certificate of completion of training or nursing assistant certification;
(d) disclosing contents of the competency examination or soliciting, accepting or compiling information regarding the contents of the examination before, during or after its administration;
(e) allowing another person to use one's nursing assistant certificate for any purpose;
(f) using another's nursing assistant certificate for any purpose; or
(g) representing oneself as a CNA without current, valid CNA certification.