1. Perform a head-to-toe physical assessment of each patient.
This includes checking the patient's skin, checking their vitals, and looking for any changes in their condition.
2. Check all patients’ charts for updates and discrepancies.
This includes making sure that all the information in the chart is up-to-date, and checking for any mistakes or inconsistencies.
3. Update any changes in patients’ conditions or treatments.
This includes noting any changes in the patient's condition, and updating their treatment plan as needed.
4. Enforce infection control protocols.
This includes making sure that all the appropriate infection control protocols are being followed, and taking action if they are not.
5. Check on the safety of medical equipment and supplies.
This includes checking that all the medical equipment is functioning properly, and replacing any supplies that are running low.
6. Monitor food and fluid intake/output for all patients.
This includes keeping track of how much food and water each patient is consuming, as well as monitoring their output.
7. Listen for alarms on patient monitors.
This includes paying attention to any alarms that go off, and taking appropriate action if one does.
8. Respond to patient requests and needs.
This includes responding to any requests or needs that the patients may have.
9. Check the cleanliness of the patient care areas.
This includes making sure that the patient care areas are clean and free of any debris.
10. Complete assigned tasks from other members of the healthcare team.
This includes completing any tasks that have been assigned by other members of the healthcare team.