Hancock Regional Hospital

Patient Care Tech, Reflections

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Full Time 72


What can you expect from Hancock Regional Hospital? Quite a bit. Here, you'll find big city hospital services and medical expertise right in your backyard. The comfort that comes from a hospital that's easy to reach and visit. As well as, honest compassion and respect. After all, many of us are neighbors. We're committed to this community, our associates, and their health and well-being. So we give more, try harder, and, by doing so, provide our community with a level of care designed to meet--and far exceed--expectations. We truly hope to find associates to join us with the same compassion and commitment.

We are currently seeking a qualified Patient Care Tech with a minimum of 1-3 years of experience in similar position. This position will work casual or PRN with geriatric psych patients. This position would require Holiday and weekend commitments. The ideal candidate will be able to handle situations with grace and compassion.

Shifts on this unit are 12 hours for this job description. Associate must be able to work 12 hour shifts to qualify for the position. Maintains good physical and emotional well-being. Possesses genuine interest in caring for patients in the acute care environment. Personal qualities to include kindness, sympathy, understanding, respect, good judgment, integrity, loyalty, sense of humor and the ability to relate effectively with patients, families and coworkers.


Under supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN) the Reflections Patient Care Tech assists in caring for patients by answering call lights, bathing, feeding, transporting, monitoring vital signs and provides for the basic needs of the patient. The Tech will also change linens and maintain patient rooms in an orderly fashion. Monitors patient cardiac rhythms as patient care needs dictate.


High school diploma, at least 1 year experience as a Nursing Assistant and/or Tech. Mental Health Tech certification preferred.
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