What does a patient care assistant do in a hospital?

Answer Patient care assistants work closely with registered nurses and provide personalized care to patients in a hospital or nursing home setting. Primary duties consist of bathing, checking vital signs,... Read More »

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How to Become a Patient Care Tech at a Hospital?

A Patient Care Tech or PCT, is a CNA that works in a hospital. They work in almost every deparment in the hospital helping patients use the restrooms and meeting their needs as best they can. It ta... Read More »

What is the starting pay for a patient care assistant?

According to the Central Florida technical school Orlando Tech, the starting pay for a patient care assistant ranges from $9.03 to $11.50 per hour or between about $19,000 and $24,000 annually. A h... Read More »

How much does a patient care assistant make?

Patient-care assistants--including nursing aides, orderlies and attendants--earned between $17,340 and $33,210 a year in 2008, averaging $24,620. Salaries are dependent on job location, experience ... Read More »

Starting Pay For a Patient Care Assistant?

A patient care assistant provides care in a clinic, hospital, institution or home under nursing supervision. She is responsible for many different tasks related to patient care, such as taking vit... Read More »