Certified Nurse Assistant, CNA - Sentara Woodview
High School Grad or Equivalent - Experience in lieu of education: Yes
None, unless noted in the “Other” section below
Required: None, unless noted in the “Other” section below
Preferred: Basic Life Support, Nurse Aide
Required: Active Listening, Communication, Reading Comprehension, Service Orientation, Speaking, Writing
Preferred: None, unless noted in the “Other” section below
HS/GED or Graduate from a state approved Nursing Assistant Program/Trade School required. State CNA certification required within 120 days of hire after completing and receiving Certificate of Completion from state approved Nursing Assistant Program. American Heart Association (AHA) BLS certification within 90 days of hire
This small town in Southern Virginia, which is named after Boston Massachusetts, is great for the out-doorsey type. South Boston-Halifax has a great Museum of Fine Arts and History, which includes a replicate of the general store from the 19th and 20th centuries. The display of military equipment, Native American artwork, artifacts, and period photographs of Halifax. There is the Paul C. Edmunds Park that offers outdoor recreations facilities including fishing in the ponds, a botanical garden and a serenity garden. There is a Golf Course for those golf enthusiasts, a racetrack that guest can buy tickets to race or take a guided tour of the track. If you want to slow things down a bit, you can go horseback riding at the Shangrila Guest Ranch along with other outdoor recreational activities
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Keyword: CNA, Certified Nurse Assistant, long term care
Flex/PRN, Day Shift
Sentara Woodview has been an active participant in the life of the community since 1983 and is home to nearly 200 residents needing either rehabilitation or long-term care.
We recognize the importance of quality-of-life in successful aging and believe that the promotion of concepts and beliefs of wellness are critical to aging successfully. This challenges us to see the individual's health status through the eyes of wellness instead of relating it to illness or disability. This approach to promoting the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social well-being of the individual requires a collaborative effort among the resident, the family members, the community and the healthcare providers. Hence, all of these individuals become partners in promoting a high quality of care and quality of life.