The caring. The compassion. The healing. It starts with you.WHO YOU ARE:Being a CNA isn't what you do, it's who you are. You have a heart to serve others by caring for your patients the way you'd care for the needs of your own family. You are so special that we call our CNA's, Resident Care Specialists and have a Care Connection rewards and educational program built around you. You're the kind of person we need at our client centers.WHAT THIS ROLE CAN OFFER YOU:In this role, you will provide personal care to residents and patients within a skilled nursing facility. We'll support you with the advantages and benefits you would expect from one of the largest providers of short- and long-term health care services in the nation. We'll also give you every opportunity to develop your skills and grow in your career.Each CNA must possess a current state licensure for consideration.WHO WE ARE:We focus on people, our residents, their lives, their health and their families. At our client centers, our goal is to provide compassionate, family oriented short-term and long-term care that respects the dignity and rights of each resident. Our aim is to care for everyone the way we would care for our family members.EOE Associated topics: anesthetist, arnp c, assistant cna, bsn, certified nursing assistant, crna, english, family medicine, locum, nursing assistant cna
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