STNAs (State Tested Nurse Assistant), physicians, along with other health care to professional are the most important player in health care. To become Stna staff, first you need to know what they do to in their routine jobs. Stna job description involve helping clients with daily activities, preparing and assisting patients with meals, and transporting patients within facilities to recreation areas, meals, and medical procedures.
To become a STNAs staff you should possess excellent communication skills to interact successfully with healthcare staff, patients, and their families.They need to work to make sure safety and privacy of patients at all times. A successful STNA understands basic terminology in medicine and able to read and understand medical charts and related information. STNAs are required to be dependable and punctual and to have a basic proficiency with computers.
The average stna salary for 2016 is around $10.78 per hour. Most people with this job move on to other positions after 20 years in this field. Pay for this job does not change much by experience, with the most experienced earning only a bit more than the least.According to glassdoor.com The average STNA salary is $21,700.