Employment - Non Licensed Medical Positions
Surgical Technician – Under the direction of the registered nurse, the Surgical Technician functions as the scrub person during surgical intervention and technical assistant during GI/pulmonary endoscopy procedures. Manages the sterile field and/or other technical instrumentation and equipment. Must have a minimum 1 year experience as a scrub person in an acute care hospital or outpatient facility.
Nursing Assistant-per diem, part time– Under the supervision of the Registered Nurse and/or Licensed Vocational Nurse the Nursing Assistant provides direct patient care. Must possess current BLS certification or obtain it within six (6) months of hire. Previous experience in a healthcare setting is preferred.
Medical Assistant- (For orthopedic office or a float position) The medical assistant provides supportive duties to the practitioner within a well defined scope of practice to provide medical care to all patients treated in this office. Assists with breath alcohol test and drug screening needs of the clinic. High school diploma, certified medical assistant and, 1 year clinical experience is preferred. Needs a current BCLS certification. Also an injection certificate, and a drug and alcohol screening certification within 6 months.
Radiology Secretary – Responsible for non-technical support, primarily clerical. Technical staff and Radiologist assistances as needed.
Nursing Assistant – Under the supervision of the Registered Nurse and/or Licensed Vocational Nurse the Nursing Assistant provides direct patient care. Must possess current BLS certification or obtain it within six (6) months of hire. Previous experience in a healthcare setting is preferred.
Monitor Tech - full time and part time- Responsible for the continuous observation and monitoring of cardiac rhythms for all critical care and telemetry patients. Responsible for the detection of cardiac arrthymia’s and communication of changes to the registered nurse. Also responsible for the interpretation and documentation of cardiac rhythms per department standards.