CarePoint Health Management Associates BUILDING SERVICE ATTENDANT in Jersey City, New Jersey
CarePoint Health is one of New Jersey’s leading health care systems comprised of three long-standing and highly-regarded hospitals – Christ Hospital in Jersey City, Hoboken University Medical Center and Bayonne Medical Center. CarePoint united three area hospitals to provide 360-degree-coordinated care by integrating the medical facilities and physician networks associated with these institutions. With over 4,500 employees, CarePoint is the largest private employer in Hudson County, New Jersey and each year provides care to over 300,000 individuals.
CarePoint prides itself on its patient-focused approach to care delivery, with an emphasis on preventative medicine, health education, and disease management. Leveraging its vast network of physicians and healthcare experts, CarePoint is quickly becoming recognized as a leader in the broader healthcare landscape as it pioneers creative solutions to address urgent population health needs.
Check nurses stations for spills or special needs
Commence “policing “ of unit including am-policing room policing program
Check frequently at nurses station throughout the day for special needs or discharges
Completes discharges quickly and efficiently immediately notifies IVR system when assignments are initiated and completed if no messages come through the bed tracking system housekeeping aide is to keep in touch with supervisor/EVS administrative assistant by hospital phone usage.
Must notify supervisor/EVS administrative assistant of delays and cancellations immediately
Perform thoroughly and consistently the morning patient room policing schedule:
Knock, enter patient room and cheerfully greet patients –using name
Introduce self as the “housekeeper of the day” and explain am policing program –ask if there are any special needs –indicate the full cleaning will occur later in the day
Police room-check for spills and debris on floor: check condition of waste cans and Rest rooms.
Empty soiled linen and solid waste containers, if needed, and take material to centralized collection point for the area of the facility or large bags of soiled linen or solid waste, member should reduce the amount of material into enough bags to make the load safe for manual transport.
Thank patient- exit room
After am policing start to perform 10 step interactive cleaning throughout all assigned areas
Knock enter room and cheerfully great patient- suing name. Re-introduce self, explain cleaning process, request to move items if needed
High dust (2x weekly)
Damp wipe furniture, surfaces and ledges
Spot clean walls, doors and glass clean bathrooms on full discharges carefully fold TP using “V-tip” place tent cards, patient rights hand washing flyer and toilet seat band
Empty and clean waste receptacles and soiled linen containers following prescribed steps in 5e, as needed.
Sweep and wet mop floors (if carpet vacuum carpet) – when using micromops, sweeping and mopping can be performed with one pass of the floor with a wet micromop.
- On full discharges carefully fold TP using “V-tip” place tent cards, patient rights hand washing flyer and toilet seat band
Inspect work Thank patient and ask if there are additional needs public areas lobbies, corridors and restrooms must be fresh at all times.
These have an important impact on public perception of cleaning and patient care
Clean center core areas thoroughly
Transports fresh supply stock to floors as needed using hand trucks, dollies, etc.
Supplies, carts, equipment and janitorial closets Must be tidy and clean at all times
Restocks and cleans carts at end of shift with germicidal cleaner and stock with fresh product to ensure readiness for the next shift / day’s work
Cleaning carts must be put away in supply closets when not in use
Daily basis Performs in-between case cleaning in the OR and case cleaning in Vascular/Cath lab and when requested case cleaning in the OR
Cleans all isolation rooms by following proper policy procedure and using proper isolation room cleaning precautions as dictated by Infection Control policy to include wall washing.
Responds to emergency activities such as code calls, disaster drills, fire drills and adheres to policy and procedures
At times will assist in training new hired / and existing employees
Performs other tasks as assigned
EDUCATION: High School Graduate or / GED Required
EXPERIENCE: None, although some Hospital experience preferred
An Equal Opportunity Employer
iCIMS Requisition ID: 2020-3862
Street: 176 Palisades Avenue