Healthcare assistants (HCAs) work within hospital or community settings under the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional. The role can be varied depending upon the area in which the person is employed. The types of duties include the following:

  • washing and dressing
  • helping people to mobilize
  • toileting
  • bed making
  • generally assisting with patients overall comfort
  • monitoring patients’ conditions by taking temperatures, pulse, respirations and weight.


  • Responsible for sanitation and hygiene levels of the facility and resident rooms and washrooms. Also responsible for laundry, ironing and folding resident garments.
  • Trained in-house on housekeeping procedures and protocols, basic health and safety, interface with residents and facility protocols.


  • Responsible for assessment of all residents, administration of all medications, vital checks, supervising care attendants and being in-charge in the absence of the Facility Manager
  • Training: Our nurses are certified and trained and Our nurses are experienced. Trained in-house in elder care, emergency protocol and management and managing dementia