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Patient Care Tech (CNA/MA/EMT) Acute Care Night Shift

at Valley View Hospital

Posted: 9/1/2020
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: f8dd358e-2577-4558-b7af-c602a831182f
Keywords: hospital, patient

Job Description

Patient Care Tech provides a safe, caring environment for patients and families. Performs basic patient care according to established procedures under the supervision of staff RN, including hygiene, nutrition, I&O and vital sign monitoring. 

Seeking a full-time Patient Care Tech (CNA, Medical Assistant - RMA/CMA, EMT) to work 12 hour night shifts in the Acute Care Unit.


  • High School graduate or equivalent,
  • Current CNA Licensure (DORA) or Registered Medical Assistant/Certified Medical Assistant Certification, or EMT Certification.
  • Current BLS certification through the American Heart Association (AHA).
  • 1 year minimum experience in related role is preferred.
  • QMAP is preferred.

Becker’s Hospital Review Recognizes Valley View as a Great Community Hospital in 2019

Valley View Hospital has been included in the 2019 list of great community hospitals Becker’s Hospital Review. Hospitals on the list are defined as a facilities with no more than 550 beds and recognized for their clinical quality, operational excellence and economic influence on the surrounding areas. Inclusion is also based on excellent outside rankings and ratings including IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals, Leapfrog Group grades, CMS stars, and more

As a 78-bed hospital that has maintained its independent, nonprofit status since 1955, Valley View was eligible for consideration on the list and ultimately selected by Becker’s Hospital Review for its Performance Excellence recognition by J.D. Power & Associates and its Top 100 Top Hospitals recognition by IBM Watson Health.

At Valley View, our mission is to provide convenient, connected care to the communities of Western Colorado with scope, technology, and expertise that are rarely found in regional hospitals.