Certified Medication Aide - Assisted Living (CMA)

At the heart of every Impact Staffing community is a philosophy of person-centered care. This philosophy guides every decision we make. Person-centered care comes alive in our communities and truly makes a difference in the lives of our residents, their families and our co-workers.
We will be adding to our team a Certified Medication Aide(CMA) to work with our Assisted Living and/or Memory Care residents. Our CMA is certified to administer medications, in accordance with state and federal laws, under the supervision of licensed staff to residents within Americare communities.
High school graduate or minimum age of 18 year of age
Completion of certified nurse's aide course with passing score
Completion Certified Medication Technician course and obtain certification in current state
Ability to communicate effectively with residents, co-workers, visitors and families
Ability to and adhere to HIPPA regulations requiring confidentiality of resident information
Demonstrate accuracy in observation, performance and reporting
Required to work under direct supervision of licensed nurse
To become and maintain license as CMA with insulin certification
To obtain 12 hours of in-service training each year
Administers prescribed medications to residents and maintains related medical records under supervision of licensed nurse.
Verifies identity of resident receiving medication and records name of drug and dosage and time of administration on specified forms or records such as MAR.
Presents medication to resident and observes ingestion or other application, or administers medication, using specified procedures.
Takes vital signs or observes resident to detect response to specified types of medications and prepares report or notified designated personnel of unexpected reactions.
Documents reasons prescribed drugs are not administered.
Gives direct patient care, such as bathing, dressing and feeding of residents and assisting with prescribed treatments.
May receive supply of ordered medications and apportion, mix or assemble drugs for administrator to resident. May record and restock medication inventories.

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