PLEASE READ BEFORE REQUESTING • Required Credentials Fingerprint Clearance Card, CPR, TB, Covid Vaccine NO exceptions• You may be moved to a Long term care or Behavior unit depending on the facility's needs. If you are not ok with working on a different type of unit, please do not request the shift.• If you need to callout your shift it has to be done 2 hours before your shift or it will be considered unexcused. All cancellations must be done through the app• Everyone must use our timeclock to clock in and out if you don’t have one please ask the receptionist for your number. Not doing this can cause the cancelation of all future shifts.• Please arrive on time as Staff is not able to leave until their reliefs staff arrives.Arriving more than 5min late is unacceptable and your shift can be cancelled if no notice was given.• Everyone must clock out for a 30min Lunch (Breaks and/or Lunches cannot be taken during the residents' mealtime) if you need to be out of the unit for any reason, please make sure you let the nurse know. Not clocking out for Lunch can cause the cancelation of all future shifts.• Please fill out the orientation packet located at the unit• Our facility requires everyone to wear N95 mask, (provided) Face shield(provided) or goggles always.• No cell or headphone use while on the unit. • All Charting must be completed before the end of your shift, the receptionist can also provide this information. If your login to PCC is not working, please let the me know ASAP. If you must stay past your scheduled shift, please contact staffing for approval prior to staying. You may use any color Scrubs If you have any questions, please text staffing 480-352-5826
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