Doris W.

Last checked-in 08/19/2016

10 Years Experience

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Doris W.

10 Years Experience

Last checked-in 08/19/2016

Murrayville, Georgia (30564)

(312) 566-8520

Meet Doris

Seeking $12.00/hour or Negotiable/day
Travel 25 Miles
CNA Certification

Caregiver Specializations

  • Alzheimers/Dementia
  • Handicapped Patients
  • Hospice Patients
  • Breathing Treatments
  • Hoyer Lifts / Gait Belts
  • Special Meal Prep
  • Geriatric Experience
  • Homecare Experience
  • Assisted Living Experience
  • Nursing Home Experience
  • Finger Printing Complete
  • CPR Certification
  • First Aid Certification
  • BLS Certification (Life Support)
  • TB test/Chest X-ray
  • Cats Acceptable
  • Dogs Acceptable
  • Smokers Acceptable
  • Lift 25+ Pounds

Certification Details

Certified in Georgia
First Response Safety Training
Certification Date:
Original date 04/30/2008



  • Full-Time
  • Not Live In


  • Day Shift


  • Weekdays

Last Employer

Summers Landing/Oxton Place of Gainesville

Why I Want To Be A Caregiver

I have worked in this profession for 40 plus years. I have worked in the Nursing Home setting, Home Health, Hospice, Assisted Living. I have been utilized in Patient Care, Activities and in the Kitchen. The past two years at Oxton has been spent in the kitchen. There the meals were prepared according to patient requirements such as puree, chopped, soft mechanical and regular. I came from Utah where I was also an EMT Intermediate. I had just completed my renewal of CPR and First Aid on Feb 8, 2016. I hold a CDL license of which I have not had any tickets or citations. Lic. is for Ga.

Why You Should Hire Me

I have worked around the elderly most of my life. I know how to look for signs and symptoms of change in their health. I know it's hard for them to accept that they can no longer care for themselves and I would encourage them to do as much as they could toward their care. I would be there to help, not to take over. You can learn just as much from them as they can from you. I would keep them as active as they could possibly be without causing them harm.