My experience where my values aligned with my organization 1) quality and safety: this is the core value of the organization I work for. 2)Honesty and hard work are my core values. I was honest when I made an incident report when my CNA was abusing my patient. I always provide quality care for
At regular resident meeting we discuss a range of topics and the residents say what they want in the way of activates, dinner and other things. During this discussion we may talk about health issues and possible ways of dealing with them. Also I have general talks with management and colleagues and we discuss our feeling regarding raising awareness or if we may need extra training in certain areas.
As a resident assistant, I upheld and am continuing to uphold University Housing’s mission of ensuring affordable, comfortable, secure housing on campus while promoting the academic success and personal growth of the residents. From crisis management to programming for the community, my responsibilities varied to be an enforcer of the policies but also to be a friend to all. I built quality relationships with each of my residents to establish an authentic community among the diverse population. Whether it was simply helping
Professional Mission Statement Western Governor’s University Lindsey Isdahl Mission Statement Here at the facility we promote quality safe care of all our patients through our well trained staff to treat each individual physically, mentally, and spiritually.
This assignment workbook will cover all the criteria for the technical certificate unit PWCS 22. Where criteria have been covered is outlined in the table below: Assessment Criteria for PWCS 22 (tech cert) Question it has been covered in PWCS 22 – 1.1 Question 3 PWCS 22 – 1.2 Question 5 PWCS 22 – 1.3 Question 2 PWCS 22
Through the many trips that my family has taken to the hospital due to various reasons, I have become fond of the hospital and its many wonders. After all the things that the medical field has done for me and my family, I decided to contribute to my local hospital to volunteer and help out those who pay visits to the hospital. Through my exposure to various clinical populations, I want to improve my ability to serve others in this capacity that can guide me towards the medical profession in the future.
1. Data protection 2. Grievance 3. Conflict management 4. Anti-discriminatory practice 5. Health & safety 6. Confidentiality 7. Whistle blowing Bvi Explain how your role contributes to the overall delivery of the service provided. Bvii Explain how you could influence the quality of the service provided by; a) Following best practice within your work role; Doing everything required I.e. training,Be kind and caring to the residents and providing them with respect and dignity.
Our vision is to be the hospital of choice for patients, employees, physicians, volunteers, and the community.
As an intern at Bridgepoint Active Healthcare, my responsibilities were the following: reviewing patients charts, documenting admissions, administering activity screens, documenting progress notes and discharges within the computer system, providing one on one programs with patients, assisting in large group programs and participating during clinical rounds. During the course
Residents are very appreciative of your gracious and caring way that you attend their daily needs.
Our outcome goal is also for the residents and their primary caregivers to have a good understanding
As a result of my versatile work experience, as well as my community and organizational involvement, I have learned the importance of being a team player in order to perform effectively and efficiency. Having exposure to multiple clinical rotations in variable institutional settings has enhanced my time management skills, multi-tasking ability, and effective communication to both diverse patient populations and fellow practitioners. These qualities, along with my genuine enthusiasm and empathetic passion to help others, will allow me to become an integral component to your residency team.
The health needs of the campus community is the Student Health Center’s utmost priority. This is demonstrated by the monthly meetings called Continuous Quality Improvement, facilitated by the medical personnel in order to discuss Patient Satisfaction. The process includes surveying students on the Health Center, allowing them to provide both suggestions and commentary regarding the services and their experiences, respectively. Towards the end of each month, the data is collected and presented to the employees who are responsible for relaying the abbreviated content of the meetings to the Administration department of the Health Center. Subsequently, necessary actions are implemented to improve the services and, if necessary, provide incentives
I had to understand the circumstances in which people were in and how interact with residents respectfully and compassionately which provided opportunities for personal growth by practicing integrity, justice and good stewardship. Though I was a bit hesitant, my experience has been very positive. Just being a volunteer without any related experience or skills, I was unqualified to help and many ways. The few menial tasks that I was able to do seemed to be met with much enthusiasm and appreciation. Simply helping someone to their seat bringing them a cup of tea or
Community We reach beyond our walls to engage in partnerships that improve the education and healthcare needs of our community. We invest in the community by continually improving services and broadening our spectrum of care.