I have a question regarding CNA's and home health. We have a CNA that is constantly calling the primary nurse working multiple times a day reporting things that are not an issue. For example: unwrapping wounds and sending pictures almost daily when she has been asked to leave dressing in place until next nurse visit unless saturated. When explained to her that this is not only wasting supplies and technically wound care I get the response "you don't have to be a nurse to wrap a leg (insert eye roll)." A pt was feeling tired, all VS WNL and pt did not want to be seen by their MD. Pretty much anything down to a paper cut is being reported to primary nurse. I try to answer at all times when CNA's call me because it could be something important, but when she calls a hundred times a day I feel it is taking time from the pt I am caring for over something that doesn't even need to be reported.How do I tactfully tell her what requires a phone call to a nurse??? Do I make a list of things that she should call about? If so, what do I not forget to add to that list? I don't want to come across as rude or ungrateful because I know how hard CNA's work and I do appreciate what they do...but the hundred phone calls a day have to stop!THANK YOU!