Yes, there is a chance for a hemorrhage, you will see signs and symptoms, that is why frequent scheduled neuro checks are normally ordered. Are you the nurse for this patient or are you checking up to make sure the nurse did her job? There is a difference there. If you are just following up and another nurse is in charge of this patient you should assist the resident with their meal.
I was in management once upon a time, I was the Assistant Nursing Care Manager of a Progressive Care Unit. My assignment consisted of 3-4 patients, I was also part of the code team on top of management duties (chart audits, payroll, scheduling, etc).. I did it all in my 12 hours shift, sometimes 13 hours. It can be done if you don't micromanage everyone and everything.