Under the guidance of an RN, LTC Certified Nursing Assistants will help the patient with day to day responsibilities in a long-term care environment.
Directs the provision of personal care, nursing rehabilitation tasks and other work of Home Health Aides and Geriatric Caregivers in the home.
Registered Dietitian (Part TIme)ISH Dining ServicesLancaster, PAOVERVIEWAs a part-time Clinical Dietitian working 16-24 hours per week, you will have the opportunity to provide medical nutrition therapy and evaluate effectiveness of treatments with a team of dietitians in a longtermcare setting. Part-timeLong Term Care Registered DietitianISH Dining ServicesLancaster, PAThe Registered Dietitian consistently embodies the characteristics necessary to drive the Company’s Purpose, Vision, Values, and DNA. Experience & Qualifications · Bachelor’s degree in Dietetics from an accredited college or university · Registered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and licensed in the state of Pennsylvania. Full-timeRegistered Dietitian - Long Term CareISH Dining ServicesMeadia Heights, PAISHDiningServices - OVERVIEW As a Clinical Dietitian, you will have the opportunity to provide medical nutrition therapy and evaluate effectiveness of treatments. Responsibilities include planning, organizing, developing, and directing the nutritional care of the resident in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations that govern the facility.Director of Food ServicesISH Dining Services LLCLancaster, PAOverview ISHDiningServices (ISH) services longtermcare and nursing facilities and is now hiring a Dining Services Department Manager for PA. Responsibilities Manages the foodservice program in a single site according to ISHDiningServices (ISH) policies and procedures, and federal/state requirements. $35,000 - $63,050 a year Full-time
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