Correct Care Solutions Recovery Treatment Assistant in Bridgewater, Massachusetts
Our Recovery Treatment Assistant (RTA) provides medical and mental health care services, including patient supervision and patient care services required by G.L. c. 123, § 21 and 103 DOC 651. The RTA works under the supervision of the Registered Nurse (RN), the Chief Nursing Officer, and the Chief of Social Work to provide appropriate documentation requirements, and effective input into clinical pathways and treatment planning.
- High school Diploma, GED or equivalent.
Experience in mental/behavioral health Setting: One (1) year.
Prior experience in other medical and/or secute healthcare setting may also be considered.
- CPR Certification required prior to providing direct care.
The Recovery Treatment Assistant provides therapeutic care, monitors patients’ conditions, assists patients in daily activities and ensures a safe, clean environment. Facilitates unit activities, recreation, crisis management, and nutritional tracking.
Assists licensed nursing staff in providing direct services to assigned population including health data collection; observations of behaviors and activities of daily living; assistance with activities of daily living including prompting, education and support; specific assignments such as face checks, unit monitoring, one to one’s, overall supervision of patients, groups and other direct care duties as assigned.
Acts as a Specially Trained Observer who understands, assists, observes and engages with patients in seclusion or restraint per 103 DOC 651 policy.
Oversees the whereabouts of patients, assists the patients at mealtimes, assists with transportation and documents and communicates patient-related matters promptly and accurately. Observes patients, listens to their concerns, records observations and report to the behavioral health professionals about any unusual behavior.
Demonstrates basic knowledge regarding therapeutic communication and the goals of recovery and trauma informed care. Understands the hospital’s recovery based patients mission, vision and values and how these guide treatment and care at the hospital.
Maintain the confidentiality of client information in accordance with CCRS policy and procedure, state law, and the standards of the Joint Commission.
Continues personal development through in-service education, workshops, and self-study necessary to maintain current knowledge applicable to the position. Compliance in all mandatory Human Resources requirements.
Demonstrates sensitivity to cultural diversity issues and considers the culture of the patients when providing individualized care and treatment.
Maintains informed about care and treatment needs of patients of different ages. Provides individualized care and treatment that is consistent with/sensitive to the age and life span developmental needs of each patients.
Completes relevant clinical documentation in the health record regarding the patient’s participation in the recovery plan, including treatment and care.
Perform other duties as assigned.
CCS is an EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability Employer
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Location MA, Bridgewater
Facility Bridgewater State Hospital
Shift Evening 8 hour