- 0Jan 29, '10 by makes needs knownWhat is the usual nurse and cna ratio/patient on a sub-acute rehab unit?
- 0Jan 29, '10 by TheCommuter, ASN, RN Senior ModeratorQuote from makes needs knownWhen I did subacute rehab at a nursing home, we typically had one CNA for every 15 residents.What is the usual nurse and cna ratio/patient on a sub-acute rehab unit?
As the nurse, I had 15 to 17 residents on days and up to 34 residents on night shift.
- 0Jan 31, '10 by TheCommuter, ASN, RN Senior ModeratorQuote from makes needs knownWhen I did subacute rehab in a nursing home, I passed meds, did all admissions, completed treatments, wound care, finger sticks, patient care, and so forth.Is that nurse doing meds and tx only, or nurse taking patients and doing pt care and meds and tx?
- 0Mar 10, '10 by DallaThe rehab facility I am working at now has two RNs - each with a maximum of 17 patients and 2 CNAs to care for them. The RN does admissions, discharges, hospital transfers, blood sugars, medications, treatments, doctor calls, lab draws, faxes, telephone calls, input orders into the computer after the unit clerk leaves at 5 pm, checks in medications arriving from pharmacy delivery, assessments on at least 1/3 of the patients and their medicare charting, and once in a great while, we actually get to chat with a patient and their families.