As charge in a LTC I do 2 med passes,for 30 Residents, 12 of them are diabetics, so also do two accuchecks, 2 skin assessment, 2 monthly assessments, MC charting, as well as alert charting (usually about 15 of my res. need to be charted on per shift). If there are falls, skin tears, new pressure areas etc. I have to chart and fill out accident reports on them as well. Decide if someone needs to be sent to the ER, I take off orders, deal with the pharmacy, order meds etc. I also have to over see the CNAs on my unit, decide who does which hall, who does smokers, dining room etc. (They are responsible adults so I usually let them decide who does what, but it has to be documented). At my facility we have an RN and also a treatment nurse, so that helps alot, I have very few treatment that I have to do, and Unless the RN is busy she will usually offer to hang an IV antibiotic, grab a urine catch or insert a foley, or do an incident report, take off orders call the pharmacy, etc. ( anyway she can help out
) I also have to deal with alot of family members in the evening, either in person or just calling to check on grandma... But all in all it goes by very fast, I never look at the clock and think Geeeese I have another 3 hours to go.. Its more like WOW, I only have 3 hours to get this all done!!