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GENERAL SUMMARY: A Respiratory Therapist performs patient assessment, evaluation for appropriate therapy, administration of therapy, consultation with other health care providers, diagnostic testing, implementation and troubleshooting of equipment and monitoring of patient.  These services are provided as appropriate for patient age to include neonate, infant, child, adolescent, adult and geriatric adult.       ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Performs inhaled medication therapy, arterial puncture, blood gas analysis, pulmonary function testing, chest physiotherapy, oxygen therapy, helium-oxygen therapy, carbon dioxide-oxygen therapy, nitric oxide-oxygen therapy, CPAP therapy, BIPAP therapy, bland aerosol therapy, PEP therapy, high-frequency oscillator therapy, and ventilatory support modalities as ordered by physician. - Participates in cardiopulmonary resuscitation, assists or performs intubation, manages artificial airway, and transport of patients requiring ventilatory support. - Assembles, manipulates, and troubleshoots Respiratory Care equipment including mechanical ventilators, pulse oximeters, capnometers, aerosol generators, medical gas delivery systems, humidification systems, and mechanical percussors. - Interprets diagnostic results for feasibility and reports results, to include blood or other body fluid analysis by blood gas analyzer and co-oximeter, pulmonary function screening, pulmonary mechanics studies, end-tidal C02, and pulse oximetry. - Performs record keeping, billing and medical record documentation functions. - Provides patient instruction in the use of Respiratory Care devices and procedures.     MARGINAL FUNCTIONS: - Participates in performance improvement activities as directed. - Acts as a resource person for other departments and functions as a charge therapist as required.
Job ID
2020-124431
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
Applying Your Knowledge and Talents: - Assess and evaluate of the appropriateness and effectiveness of therapy based on patient’s age, cognitive and physical abilities, and/or developmental needs - Make recommendations for changes in specific modes of therapy - Educates patients and arranges home respiratory care services and patient therapy follow-up assessments using language and materials appropriate for age, cognitive and physical abilities, and/or developmental needs - Assumes responsibility for personal and professional growth through participation in department meetings, in-service programs and continuing education programs - Maintains established department policies, procedures and objectives, concerning quality assurance, safety, environmental conditions and infection control   Skills: Acute Care, Vent, Ventilation, Critical care, Cardiovascular, Neuro, Registered Respiratory Therapist, RRT, Team Player, Compassion, Trust, Collaboration, Breathing Treatment, Cardiopulmonary, Lung Cancer, Asthma, Emphysema, Bronchitis, Pneumonia
Job ID
2021-151512
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Nebraska Heart
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-LINCOLN
POSITION SUMMARY The Respiratory Therapist performs all aspects of respiratory care to patients of all age groups under the direction of a qualified physician to ensure excellent quality care to all customers.   - ESSENTIAL - Verifies physician orders to carry out all aspects of respiratory care, and documents all respiratory activity, to ensure excellent quality care to all customers. - Cleans and assembles equipment, and ensures supply stock levels to meet patient care commitments. - Educates and instructs patient, patient's family, and team members on therapeutic and diagnostic procedures to ensure excellent communication to all customers. - Possesses life saving skills for all age groups, while maintaining health care provider certification, to provide quality care to patients. - Collaborates with team members to enhance and promote a team effort to provide timely and effective patient care. - Fulfills continuing education requirements and maintains current licensure to maintain required qualifications. - Exhibits an understanding of St. Joseph Health System's philosophy and treats people of different ethnic, spiritual, moral, and cultural beliefs fairly and with dignity, to ensure alignment with the organization's mission and values. - Demonstrates the ability to understand and follow all safety policies and procedures to maintain a safe environment for all customers. - Responsible for all Respiratory and other assigned processes specific to St. Joseph College Station Emergency Room.
Job ID
2020-143314
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Joseph Health
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-BRYAN
JOB SUMMARY • Performs all aspects of respiratory care to patients of all age groups under the direction of a qualified physician to ensure excellent quality care to all customers. ACCOUNTABILITIES • ESSENTIAL 1. Verifies physician orders to carry out all aspects of respiratory care, and documents all respiratory activity, to ensure excellent quality care to all customers. 2. Cleans and assembles equipment, and ensures supply stock levels to meet patient care commitments. 3. Educates and instructs patient, patient's family, and team members on therapeutic and diagnostic procedures to ensure excellent communication to all customers. 4. Possesses life saving skills for all age groups, while maintaining health care provider certification, to provide quality care to patients. 5. Collaborates with team members to enhance and promote a team effort to provide timely and effective patient care. 6. Fulfills continuing education requirements and maintains current licensure to maintain required qualifications. 7. Exhibits an understanding of St. Joseph Health System's philosophy and treats people of different ethnic, spiritual, moral, and cultural beliefs fairly and with dignity, to ensure alignment with the organization's mission and values. 8. Demonstrates the ability to understand and follow all safety policies and procedures to maintain a safe environment for all customers. 9. Responsible for all Respiratory and other assigned processes specific to St. Joseph College Station Emergency Room. • OTHER 0. Performs other duties as assigned to meet the organization`s needs.
Job ID
2020-131291
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Joseph College Station Hospital
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-COLLEGE STATION
#missioncritical Respiratory Therapist Our patients breathe easy when it comes to respiratory care. See what we did there? Our Respiratory Therapists are highly trained when it comes to performing specialized respiratory care including ventilator management, nebulizer treatment, chest PT, drawing arterial blood gases, oxygen therapies, external ventilation support and some pulmonary function assessments. That’s a pretty diverse skill set. Do you have what it takes to be one of us?
Job ID
2020-112749
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Alexius Bismarck
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
.    CLINICAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: q  Reviews and evaluates existing data in patient’s record. Collects any additional pertinent clinical information through physical        examination and bedside parameters. Formulates an overall care plan for patient based on information and clinical judgment. q  Performs and evaluates peak flows/Spirometry before and after bronchodilators according to policy and orders. q  Completes thorough assessment patients.                                 q  Communicates all critical information to physicians, nurses, and others on inter-disciplinary patient care team. q  Proactive in initiating Ventilator Discontinuation. Follows all policies on documentation, ET tube care, and other Ventilator Bundle guidelines. q  Recognizes the need for and performs emergency and acute respiratory care procedures accurately and safely in a timely manner        with minimal supervisory intervention. This may include intubation in an emergency setting according to individual competency. q  Proactive during the shift, willing to help peers and other clinical staff in providing patient care as needed, moving without complaint to other areas as workload or expertise dictates. q  Answers phone and takes care of calls when in proximity to the department q  Demonstrates ability to set priorities in the clinical setting and also with own patient load.              2.    SCOPE OF PRACTICE   q  Ensures delivery of Respiratory Care Services reflecting the efficient and effective use of supplies and appropriate utilization of resources in order to meet the needs of the patients and hospital. q  Administers medications in a timely and safe manner. Evaluates medications’ effects and re-evaluates therapy appropriately according to policies and orders.  Follows current practices in dispensing and delivery of medications. Maintains working knowledge of all new medications and medication handling standards introduced into the field of Respiratory Care as they apply to our Health System. q  Performs arterial punctures, analyzes and interprets blood gas results, intervening as indicated assuring all results properly documented and entered into the computer. q  Follows all accepted safety practices for identifying patient, labeling, drawing and transporting the blood. q  Identifies patients’ need and readiness for education in disease management or smoking cessation.  Begins the education process using acceptable materials and instruction. Follows up on patients’ needs by documenting educational information on appropriate forms and verbally in report so relieving therapist can continue to assure patients’ needs are met. q  Integrates legal and ethical standards into practice by recognizing all implications of care delivery within the scope of licensure. q  Maintains patient and family confidentiality and complies with all regulatory standards. q  Demonstrates correct and safe technique in the use of equipment and supplies according to product information and manuals. q  Maintains a clean, neat and safe environment for patients and staff according to hospital and department policies.              3. INFORMATION PROCESSING AND DOCUMENTATION:   q  Consistently and accurately utilizes hospital information system for patient information, orders, charges, and productivity documentation. q  Consistently clocks in and out according to hospital policy. Follows policy on absences, tardies, and no-clocks. q  Arrives on time for report. Updates written reports as needed to provide current information for following shift. q  Consistently completes documentation. q  Keeps an accurate record of patients’ status and care dispensed, in accordance with departmental guidelines and requirements. q  Writes clear narratives and enters data into electronic health record. q  Correctly reports missed therapy and Medication Error Reports according to hospital policy to help ensure patient safety. Stays current in new policies and procedures by reading the information boards and staying current with LEARN assignments. Attends monthly staff meetings as documented by meeting attendance records and initials minutes of meetings that were missed.   4. SELF-DEVELOPMENT AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS   q  Maintains current professional record according to department and Health System standards, by completing hospital mandatories and department competencies by due dates. q  Actively participates in individual and group educational training activities. Attends conferences and shares knowledge with peers. q  Assists in writing or revising procedures to keep policies current and meaningful for staff use. q  Sets standards for performance in General Pediatric and Adult Care, Critical Care (Adult and/or Neonatal), or Diagnostics. q  Assumes leadership or preceptor role in orientation of new employees and students, particularly in critical care areas or pulmonary lab, demonstrating effective communication skills in all areas of patient care. q  Takes responsibility for helping to staff department during busy times by volunteering for extra shifts or changing schedules. q  Adapts to change in a positive, professional manner by work and deeds in order to meet the demands of the changing Health System environment. q  Assumes full responsibility for maintaining current licensure q  Prepared to assume duties of the Leader of the shift whenever necessary as far as answering calls, tending to emergencies, keeping the shift running as smoothly as possible. q  Supports profession and ensures excellence through membership in the AARC and NBRC. This is optional but preferred.  
Job ID
2021-157032
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-LITTLE ROCK
    POSITION SUMMARY         Provides care to those suffering from acute and chronic respiratory problems. This care includes treatment, management, control, and diagnostic evaluation of patients with deficiencies and abnormalities associated with the cardiopulmonary system.       POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES         1. Administering therapy modalities which include, but are not limited to, Hand held Nebulizer (HHN), HHN via metered dose inhaler (HHN/MDI), Intrapulmonary Percussive Ventilation (IPV), Chest Physical Therapy (CPT), Pentamidine therapy. Medication administration may be included during these therapy modalities2. Administering medical gas therapy including oxygen and Helium-Oxygen Therapy (HeO2. 3. Performing ventilation therapies, including maintenance and management of life support systems. These therapies are comprised of non-invasive and invasive ventilation therapies, as well as transport of ventilator patients to diagnostic procedures4. Performs physiological monitoring and diagnostic testing including, ABG puncture, bronchoscopy assistance, pulmonary function testing, bedside PFT's, metabolic monitoring, apnea monitoring, transcutaneous monitoring, capnography, and pulse oximetry and sleep apnea assessment. 5. Performs specialized procedures which including but are not limited to, CPR, bronchial lavage, transport, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, artificial and tracheostomy airway care, and body mechanics/ambulation. Permanent or temporary assignment may be made to the Pulmonary Function Lab to perform diagnostic procedures to identify and quantify dysfunction by spirometry, gas diffusion, and body plethysmography6. Documenting all patient care Accurately and completely in the required departmental documentation system7. Serve as resource to certified respiratory therapists, preceptor for new employees, and respiratory care students8. May serve as charge therapist in running the shift in absence of the supervisor
Job ID
2021-155173
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Health - The Vintage Hospital
Employment Type
Part Time w/o Benefits
Location
TX-HOUSTON
POSITION SUMMARY         Provides care to those suffering from acute and chronic respiratory problems. This care includes treatment, management, control, and diagnostic evaluation of patients with deficiencies and abnormalities associated with the cardiopulmonary system.       POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES         1. Administering therapy modalities which include, but are not limited to, Hand held Nebulizer (HHN), HHN via metered dose inhaler (HHN/MDI), Intrapulmonary Percussive Ventilation (IPV), Chest Physical Therapy (CPT), Pentamidine therapy. Medication administration may be included during these therapy modalities2. Administering medical gas therapy including oxygen and Helium-Oxygen Therapy (HeO2. 3. Performing ventilation therapies, including maintenance and management of life support systems. These therapies are comprised of non-invasive and invasive ventilation therapies, as well as transport of ventilator patients to diagnostic procedures4. Performs physiological monitoring and diagnostic testing including, ABG puncture, bronchoscopy assistance, pulmonary function testing, bedside PFT's, metabolic monitoring, apnea monitoring, transcutaneous monitoring, capnography, and pulse oximetry and sleep apnea assessment. 5. Performs specialized procedures which including but are not limited to, CPR, bronchial lavage, transport, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, artificial and tracheostomy airway care, and body mechanics/ambulation. Permanent or temporary assignment may be made to the Pulmonary Function Lab to perform diagnostic procedures to identify and quantify dysfunction by spirometry, gas diffusion, and body plethysmography6. Documenting all patient care Accurately and completely in the required departmental documentation system7. Serve as resource to certified respiratory therapists, preceptor for new employees, and respiratory care students8. May serve as charge therapist in running the shift in absence of the supervisor  
Job ID
2021-155172
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Health - The Vintage Hospital
Employment Type
Part Time w/o Benefits
Location
TX-HOUSTON
The Registered Respiratory Therapist is an (RRT) that possesses working knowledge of respiratory care and has displayed age-specific competence for all age groups serviced by the facility. The incumbent conducts himself/herself in a professional manner and is courteous to patients, physicians, visitors, members of the department and all other healthcare personnel. The incumbent supports and contributes to departmental productivity and organizational objectives by functioning as an integrated member of the respiratory care team and performs services consistent with his/her scope of licensure. The incumbent supports and exhibits behaviors consistent with the organization’s mission and values in offering hope and healing to all.Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Plans and administers non-medicated aerosol and humidity therapy. - Plans and administers oxygen therapy (including implementation of oxygen therapy protocol where appropriate. - Plans and administers aerosolized medication and specialty gas therapy. - Plans and administers COPD care program - Performs airway management. - Plans and administers incentive spirometry. - Cleans and reprocesses respiratory therapy equipment and stocks supplies for immediate use. - Plans and administers bronchial hygiene and performs chest physiotherapy (including implementation of bronchial hygiene protocol where appropriate). - Performs cardiopulmonary resuscitation and manual ventilation during resuscitation attempts and aides in rapid response calls when appropriate. - Collects, analyzes and reports arterial blood samples. - Operates mechanical ventilators (invasive and non-invasive) and manages ventilator settings and weaning per protocols and provider orders. - Performs electrocardiography studies. - Performs bedside pulmonary function testing. - Performs overnight pulse oximetry. - When called upon to do so, serves as a preceptor to newly hired employees and/or respiratory therapy students. - When called upon to do so, serves in the charge respiratory therapist role. - When called upon to do so, assists in research projects (as directed by departmental and facility leadership. - Provides patient, family, hospital staff and physician education as appropriate. - Attend staff or hospital meetings as required and participates on committees as directed. - Performs other duties, within the scope of licensure, as assigned.
Job ID
2021-154562
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Saint Joseph London
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
KY-LONDON
Under the guidance of the Market Director of Respiratory Services, established departmental policies and procedures, and specific instructions, the Registered Respiratory Therapist provides care to those suffering from acute and chronic respiratory disease. Maintains patient safety through attention to detail, equipment safety checks, adherence to department policies, and effective communication with physicians, staff and patients. Provides patient orientation, procedure explanation, and pre and post diagnostic care to completion of test. Assists patients with basic patient care needs. Displays professional, safe conduct in all interactions. Maintains positive working relationships with staff, other departments, physicians and peers. Displays conduct in support of CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial Mission & Vision.
Job ID
2021-154124
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Health - Memorial - Lufkin
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-LUFKIN
q  Reviews and evaluates existing data in patient’s record. Collects any additional pertinent clinical information through physical examination and bedside parameters. Formulates an overall care plan for patient based on information and clinical judgment. q  Performs and evaluates peak flows/Spirometry before and after bronchodilators according to policy and orders. q  Completes thorough assessment patients.                                 q  Communicates all critical information to physicians, nurses, and others on inter-disciplinary patient care team. q  Proactive in initiating Ventilator Discontinuation. Follows all policies on documentation, ET tube care, and other Ventilator Bundle guidelines. q  Recognizes the need for and performs emergency and acute respiratory care procedures accurately and safely in a timely manner with minimal supervisory intervention. This may include intubation in an emergency setting according to individual competency. q  Proactive during the shift, willing to help peers and other clinical staff in providing patient care as needed, floating without complaint to other areas/facilities as workload dictates. q  Answers phone and takes care of calls when in proximity to the department q  Demonstrates ability to set priorities in the clinical setting and also with own patient load.  
Job ID
2021-153936
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health
Employment Type
Part Time w/o Benefits
Location
AR-LITTLE ROCK
- Reviews and evaluates existing data in patient’s record. Collects any additional pertinent clinical information through physical examination and bedside parameters. Formulates an overall care plan for patient based on information and clinical judgment. - Performs and evaluates peak flows/Spirometry before and after bronchodilators according to policy and orders. - Completes thorough assessment patients.                                 - Communicates all critical information to physicians, nurses, and others on inter-disciplinary patient care team. - Proactive in initiating Ventilator Discontinuation. Follows all policies on documentation, ET tube care, and other Ventilator Bundle guidelines. - Recognizes the need for and performs emergency and acute respiratory care procedures accurately and safely in a timely manner with minimal supervisory intervention. This may include intubation in an emergency setting according to individual competency. - Proactive during the shift, willing to help peers and other clinical staff in providing patient care as needed, floating without complaint to other areas/facilities as workload dictates. - Answers phone and takes care of calls when in proximity to the department - Demonstrates ability to set priorities in the clinical setting and also with own patient load.
Job ID
2021-153935
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health
Employment Type
Part Time w/o Benefits
Location
AR-LITTLE ROCK
q  Reviews and evaluates existing data in patient’s record. Collects any additional pertinent clinical information through physical examination and bedside parameters. Formulates an overall care plan for patient based on information and clinical judgment. q  Performs and evaluates peak flows/Spirometry before and after bronchodilators according to policy and orders. q  Completes thorough assessment patients.                                 q  Communicates all critical information to physicians, nurses, and others on inter-disciplinary patient care team. q  Proactive in initiating Ventilator Discontinuation. Follows all policies on documentation, ET tube care, and other Ventilator Bundle guidelines. q  Recognizes the need for and performs emergency and acute respiratory care procedures accurately and safely in a timely manner with minimal supervisory intervention. This may include intubation in an emergency setting according to individual competency. q  Proactive during the shift, willing to help peers and other clinical staff in providing patient care as needed, floating without complaint to other areas/facilities as workload dictates. q  Answers phone and takes care of calls when in proximity to the department q  Demonstrates ability to set priorities in the clinical setting and also with own patient load.
Job ID
2021-153934
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
AR-LITTLE ROCK
CLINICAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: - Reviews and evaluates existing data in patient’s record. Collects any additional pertinent clinical information through physical examination and bedside parameters. Formulates an overall care plan for patient based on information and clinical judgment. - Performs and evaluates peak flows/Spirometry before and after bronchodilators according to policy and orders. - Completes thorough assessment patients.                                 - Communicates all critical information to physicians, nurses, and others on inter-disciplinary patient care team. - Proactive in initiating Ventilator Discontinuation. Follows all policies on documentation, ET tube care, and other Ventilator Bundle guidelines. - Recognizes the need for and performs emergency and acute respiratory care procedures accurately and safely in a timely manner with minimal supervisory intervention. This may include intubation in an emergency setting according to individual competency. - Proactive during the shift, willing to help peers and other clinical staff in providing patient care as needed, floating without complaint to other areas/facilities as workload dictates. - Answers phone and takes care of calls when in proximity to the department - Demonstrates ability to set priorities in the clinical setting and also with own patient load.              2.    SCOPE OF PRACTICE   q Ensures delivery of Respiratory Care Services reflecting the efficient and effective use of supplies and appropriate utilization of resources in order to meet the needs of the patients and hospital. q Administers medications in a timely and safe manner. Evaluates medications’ effects and re-evaluates therapy appropriately according to policies and orders.  Follows current practices in dispensing and delivery of medications. Maintains working knowledge of all new medications and medication handling standards introduced into the field of Respiratory Care as they apply to our Health System. q Performs arterial punctures, analyzes and interprets blood gas results, intervening as indicated assuring all results properly documented and entered into the computer. q Follows all accepted safety practices for identifying patient, labeling, drawing and transporting the blood. q Identifies patients’ need and readiness for education in disease management or smoking cessation.  Begins the education process using acceptable materials and instruction. Follows up on patients’ needs by documenting educational information on appropriate forms and verbally in report so relieving therapist can continue to assure patients’ needs are met. q Integrates legal and ethical standards into practice by recognizing all implications of care delivery within the scope of licensure. q Maintains patient and family confidentiality and complies with all regulatory standards. q Demonstrates correct and safe technique in the use of equipment and supplies according to product information and manuals. q Maintains a clean, neat and safe environment for patients and staff according to hospital and department policies.              - INFORMATION PROCESSING AND DOCUMENTATION:   - Consistently and accurately utilizes hospital information system for patient information, orders, charges, and productivity documentation. - Consistently clocks in and out according to hospital policy. Follows policy on absences, tardies, and no-clocks. - Arrives on time for report. Updates written reports as needed to provide current information for following shift. - Consistently completes documentation. - Keeps an accurate record of patients’ status and care dispensed, in accordance with departmental guidelines and requirements. - Writes clear narratives and enters data into electronic health record. - Correctly reports missed therapy and Medication Error Reports according to hospital policy to help ensure patient safety. - Stays current in new policies and procedures by reading the information boards and staying current with LEARN assignments. - Attends monthly staff meetings as documented by meeting attendance records and initials minutes of meetings that were missed.   - SELF-DEVELOPMENT AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS   - Maintains current professional record according to department and Health System standards, by completing hospital mandatories and department competencies by due dates. - Actively participates in individual and group educational training activities. Attends conferences and shares knowledge with peers. - Assists in writing or revising procedures to keep policies current and meaningful for staff use. - Sets standards for performance in General Pediatric and Adult Care, Critical Care (Adult and/or Neonatal), or Diagnostics. - Assumes leadership or preceptor role in orientation of new employees and students, particularly in critical care areas or pulmonary lab, demonstrating effective communication skills in all areas of patient care. - Takes responsibility for helping to staff department during busy times by working extra shifts or changing schedules. - Adapts to change in a positive, professional manner by work and deeds in order to meet the demands of the changing Health System environment. - Assumes full responsibility for maintaining current licensure. - Prepared to assume duties of the Leader of the shift whenever necessary as far as answering calls, tending to emergencies, keeping the shift running as smoothly as possible. - Supports profession and ensures excellence through membership in the AARC and NBRC. This is optional but preferred. Accepts other duties as assigned by department leader.
Job ID
2021-153933
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-LITTLE ROCK
CLINICAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: q  Reviews and evaluates existing data in patient’s record. Collects any additional pertinent clinical information through physical examination and bedside parameters. Formulates an overall care plan for patient based on information and clinical judgment. q  Performs and evaluates peak flows/Spirometry before and after bronchodilators according to policy and orders. q  Completes thorough assessment patients.                                 q  Communicates all critical information to physicians, nurses, and others on inter-disciplinary patient care team. q  Proactive in initiating Ventilator Discontinuation. Follows all policies on documentation, ET tube care, and other Ventilator Bundle guidelines. q  Recognizes the need for and performs emergency and acute respiratory care procedures accurately and safely in a timely manner with minimal supervisory intervention. This may include intubation in an emergency setting according to individual competency. q  Proactive during the shift, willing to help peers and other clinical staff in providing patient care as needed, floating without complaint to other areas/facilities as workload dictates. q  Answers phone and takes care of calls when in proximity to the department q  Demonstrates ability to set priorities in the clinical setting and also with own patient load.              2.    SCOPE OF PRACTICE   q  Ensures delivery of Respiratory Care Services reflecting the efficient and effective use of supplies and appropriate utilization of resources in order to meet the needs of the patients and hospital. q  Administers medications in a timely and safe manner. Evaluates medications’ effects and re-evaluates therapy appropriately according to policies and orders.  Follows current practices in dispensing and delivery of medications. Maintains working knowledge of all new medications and medication handling standards introduced into the field of Respiratory Care as they apply to our Health System. q  Performs arterial punctures, analyzes and interprets blood gas results, intervening as indicated assuring all results properly documented and entered into the computer. q  Follows all accepted safety practices for identifying patient, labeling, drawing and transporting the blood. q  Identifies patients’ need and readiness for education in disease management or smoking cessation.  Begins the education process using acceptable materials and instruction. Follows up on patients’ needs by documenting educational information on appropriate forms and verbally in report so relieving therapist can continue to assure patients’ needs are met. q  Integrates legal and ethical standards into practice by recognizing all implications of care delivery within the scope of licensure. q  Maintains patient and family confidentiality and complies with all regulatory standards. q  Demonstrates correct and safe technique in the use of equipment and supplies according to product information and manuals. q  Maintains a clean, neat and safe environment for patients and staff according to hospital and department policies.              3. INFORMATION PROCESSING AND DOCUMENTATION:   q  Consistently and accurately utilizes hospital information system for patient information, orders, charges, and productivity documentation. q  Consistently clocks in and out according to hospital policy. Follows policy on absences, tardies, and no-clocks. q  Arrives on time for report. Updates written reports as needed to provide current information for following shift. q  Consistently completes documentation.
Job ID
2021-152193
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Vincent Hot Springs
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
AR-HOT SPRINGS
CLINICAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: - Reviews and evaluates existing data in patient’s record. Collects any additional pertinent clinical information through physical examination and bedside parameters. Formulates an overall care plan for patient based on information and clinical judgment. - Performs and evaluates peak flows/Spirometry before and after bronchodilators according to policy and orders. - Completes thorough assessment patients.                                 - Communicates all critical information to physicians, nurses, and others on inter-disciplinary patient care team. - Proactive in initiating Ventilator Discontinuation. Follows all policies on documentation, ET tube care, and other Ventilator Bundle guidelines. - Recognizes the need for and performs emergency and acute respiratory care procedures accurately and safely in a timely manner with minimal supervisory intervention. This may include intubation in an emergency setting according to individual competency. - Proactive during the shift, willing to help peers and other clinical staff in providing patient care as needed, floating without complaint to other areas/facilities as workload dictates. - Answers phone and takes care of calls when in proximity to the department - Demonstrates ability to set priorities in the clinical setting and also with own patient load.              2.    SCOPE OF PRACTICE   q Ensures delivery of Respiratory Care Services reflecting the efficient and effective use of supplies and appropriate utilization of resources in order to meet the needs of the patients and hospital. q Administers medications in a timely and safe manner. Evaluates medications’ effects and re-evaluates therapy appropriately according to policies and orders.  Follows current practices in dispensing and delivery of medications. Maintains working knowledge of all new medications and medication handling standards introduced into the field of Respiratory Care as they apply to our Health System. q Performs arterial punctures, analyzes and interprets blood gas results, intervening as indicated assuring all results properly documented and entered into the computer. q Follows all accepted safety practices for identifying patient, labeling, drawing and transporting the blood. q Identifies patients’ need and readiness for education in disease management or smoking cessation.  Begins the education process using acceptable materials and instruction. Follows up on patients’ needs by documenting educational information on appropriate forms and verbally in report so relieving therapist can continue to assure patients’ needs are met. q Integrates legal and ethical standards into practice by recognizing all implications of care delivery within the scope of licensure. q Maintains patient and family confidentiality and complies with all regulatory standards. q Demonstrates correct and safe technique in the use of equipment and supplies according to product information and manuals. q Maintains a clean, neat and safe environment for patients and staff according to hospital and department policies.              - INFORMATION PROCESSING AND DOCUMENTATION:   - Consistently and accurately utilizes hospital information system for patient information, orders, charges, and productivity documentation. - Consistently clocks in and out according to hospital policy. Follows policy on absences, tardies, and no-clocks. - Arrives on time for report. Updates written reports as needed to provide current information for following shift. - Consistently completes documentation. - Keeps an accurate record of patients’ status and care dispensed, in accordance with departmental guidelines and requirements. - Writes clear narratives and enters data into electronic health record. - Correctly reports missed therapy and Medication Error Reports according to hospital policy to help ensure patient safety. - Stays current in new policies and procedures by reading the information boards and staying current with LEARN assignments. - Attends monthly staff meetings as documented by meeting attendance records and initials minutes of meetings that were missed.   - SELF-DEVELOPMENT AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS   - Maintains current professional record according to department and Health System standards, by completing hospital mandatories and department competencies by due dates. - Actively participates in individual and group educational training activities. Attends conferences and shares knowledge with peers. - Assists in writing or revising procedures to keep policies current and meaningful for staff use. - Sets standards for performance in General Pediatric and Adult Care, Critical Care (Adult and/or Neonatal), or Diagnostics. - Assumes leadership or preceptor role in orientation of new employees and students, particularly in critical care areas or pulmonary lab, demonstrating effective communication skills in all areas of patient care. - Takes responsibility for helping to staff department during busy times by working extra shifts or changing schedules. - Adapts to change in a positive, professional manner by work and deeds in order to meet the demands of the changing Health System environment. - Assumes full responsibility for maintaining current licensure. - Prepared to assume duties of the Leader of the shift whenever necessary as far as answering calls, tending to emergencies, keeping the shift running as smoothly as possible. - Supports profession and ensures excellence through membership in the AARC and NBRC. This is optional but preferred. - Accepts other duties as assigned by department leader.
Job ID
2021-152192
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Vincent Hot Springs
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
AR-HOT SPRINGS
CLINICAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: q  Reviews and evaluates existing data in patient’s record. Collects any additional pertinent clinical information through physical examination and bedside parameters. Formulates an overall care plan for patient based on information and clinical judgment. q  Performs and evaluates peak flows/Spirometry before and after bronchodilators according to policy and orders. q  Completes thorough assessment patients.                                 q  Communicates all critical information to physicians, nurses, and others on inter-disciplinary patient care team. q  Proactive in initiating Ventilator Discontinuation. Follows all policies on documentation, ET tube care, and other Ventilator Bundle guidelines. q  Recognizes the need for and performs emergency and acute respiratory care procedures accurately and safely in a timely manner with minimal supervisory intervention. This may include intubation in an emergency setting according to individual competency. q  Proactive during the shift, willing to help peers and other clinical staff in providing patient care as needed, floating without complaint to other areas/facilities as workload dictates. q  Answers phone and takes care of calls when in proximity to the department q  Demonstrates ability to set priorities in the clinical setting and also with own patient load.              2.    SCOPE OF PRACTICE   q  Ensures delivery of Respiratory Care Services reflecting the efficient and effective use of supplies and appropriate utilization of resources in order to meet the needs of the patients and hospital. q  Administers medications in a timely and safe manner. Evaluates medications’ effects and re-evaluates therapy appropriately according to policies and orders.  Follows current practices in dispensing and delivery of medications. Maintains working knowledge of all new medications and medication handling standards introduced into the field of Respiratory Care as they apply to our Health System. q  Performs arterial punctures, analyzes and interprets blood gas results, intervening as indicated assuring all results properly documented and entered into the computer. q  Follows all accepted safety practices for identifying patient, labeling, drawing and transporting the blood. q  Identifies patients’ need and readiness for education in disease management or smoking cessation.  Begins the education process using acceptable materials and instruction. Follows up on patients’ needs by documenting educational information on appropriate forms and verbally in report so relieving therapist can continue to assure patients’ needs are met. q  Integrates legal and ethical standards into practice by recognizing all implications of care delivery within the scope of licensure. q  Maintains patient and family confidentiality and complies with all regulatory standards. q  Demonstrates correct and safe technique in the use of equipment and supplies according to product information and manuals. q  Maintains a clean, neat and safe environment for patients and staff according to hospital and department policies.              3. INFORMATION PROCESSING AND DOCUMENTATION:   q  Consistently and accurately utilizes hospital information system for patient information, orders, charges, and productivity documentation. q  Consistently clocks in and out according to hospital policy. Follows policy on absences, tardies, and no-clocks. q  Arrives on time for report. Updates written reports as needed to provide current information for following shift. q  Consistently completes documentation. q  Keeps an accurate record of patients’ status and care dispensed, in accordance with departmental guidelines and requirements. q  Writes clear narratives and enters data into electronic health record. q  Correctly reports missed therapy and Medication Error Reports according to hospital policy to help ensure patient safety. q  Stays current in new policies and procedures by reading the information boards and staying current with LEARN assignments. q  Attends monthly staff meetings as documented by meeting attendance records and initials minutes of meetings that were missed.   4. SELF-DEVELOPMENT AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS   q  Maintains current professional record according to department and Health System standards, by completing hospital mandatories and department competencies by due dates. q  Actively participates in individual and group educational training activities. Attends conferences and shares knowledge with peers. q  Assists in writing or revising procedures to keep policies current and meaningful for staff use. q  Sets standards for performance in General Pediatric and Adult Care, Critical Care (Adult and/or Neonatal), or Diagnostics. q  Assumes leadership or preceptor role in orientation of new employees and students, particularly in critical care areas or pulmonary lab, demonstrating effective communication skills in all areas of patient care. q  Takes responsibility for helping to staff department during busy times by working extra shifts or changing schedules. q  Adapts to change in a positive, professional manner by work and deeds in order to meet the demands of the changing Health System environment. q  Assumes full responsibility for maintaining current licensure. q  Prepared to assume duties of the Leader of the shift whenever necessary as far as answering calls, tending to emergencies, keeping the shift running as smoothly as possible. q  Supports profession and ensures excellence through membership in the AARC and NBRC. This is optional but preferred.  q  Accepts other duties as assigned by department leader.
Job ID
2021-152189
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Vincent Hot Springs
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-HOT SPRINGS
CLINICAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: q  Reviews and evaluates existing data in patient’s record. Collects any additional pertinent clinical information through physical examination and bedside parameters. Formulates an overall care plan for patient based on information and clinical judgment. q  Performs and evaluates peak flows/Spirometry before and after bronchodilators according to policy and orders. q  Completes thorough assessment patients.                                 q  Communicates all critical information to physicians, nurses, and others on inter-disciplinary patient care team. q  Proactive in initiating Ventilator Discontinuation. Follows all policies on documentation, ET tube care, and other Ventilator Bundle guidelines. q  Recognizes the need for and performs emergency and acute respiratory care procedures accurately and safely in a timely manner with minimal supervisory intervention. This may include intubation in an emergency setting according to individual competency. q  Proactive during the shift, willing to help peers and other clinical staff in providing patient care as needed, floating without complaint to other areas/facilities as workload dictates. q  Answers phone and takes care of calls when in proximity to the department q  Demonstrates ability to set priorities in the clinical setting and also with own patient load.              2.    SCOPE OF PRACTICE   q  Ensures delivery of Respiratory Care Services reflecting the efficient and effective use of supplies and appropriate utilization of resources in order to meet the needs of the patients and hospital. q  Administers medications in a timely and safe manner. Evaluates medications’ effects and re-evaluates therapy appropriately according to policies and orders.  Follows current practices in dispensing and delivery of medications. Maintains working knowledge of all new medications and medication handling standards introduced into the field of Respiratory Care as they apply to our Health System. q  Performs arterial punctures, analyzes and interprets blood gas results, intervening as indicated assuring all results properly documented and entered into the computer. q  Follows all accepted safety practices for identifying patient, labeling, drawing and transporting the blood. q  Identifies patients’ need and readiness for education in disease management or smoking cessation.  Begins the education process using acceptable materials and instruction. Follows up on patients’ needs by documenting educational information on appropriate forms and verbally in report so relieving therapist can continue to assure patients’ needs are met. q  Integrates legal and ethical standards into practice by recognizing all implications of care delivery within the scope of licensure. q  Maintains patient and family confidentiality and complies with all regulatory standards. q  Demonstrates correct and safe technique in the use of equipment and supplies according to product information and manuals. q  Maintains a clean, neat and safe environment for patients and staff according to hospital and department policies.              3. INFORMATION PROCESSING AND DOCUMENTATION:   q  Consistently and accurately utilizes hospital information system for patient information, orders, charges, and productivity documentation. q  Consistently clocks in and out according to hospital policy. Follows policy on absences, tardies, and no-clocks. q  Arrives on time for report. Updates written reports as needed to provide current information for following shift. q  Consistently completes documentation. q  Keeps an accurate record of patients’ status and care dispensed, in accordance with departmental guidelines and requirements. q  Writes clear narratives and enters data into electronic health record. q  Correctly reports missed therapy and Medication Error Reports according to hospital policy to help ensure patient safety. q  Stays current in new policies and procedures by reading the information boards and staying current with LEARN assignments. q  Attends monthly staff meetings as documented by meeting attendance records and initials minutes of meetings that were missed.   4. SELF-DEVELOPMENT AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS   q  Maintains current professional record according to department and Health System standards, by completing hospital mandatories and department competencies by due dates. q  Actively participates in individual and group educational training activities. Attends conferences and shares knowledge with peers. q  Assists in writing or revising procedures to keep policies current and meaningful for staff use. q  Sets standards for performance in General Pediatric and Adult Care, Critical Care (Adult and/or Neonatal), or Diagnostics. q  Assumes leadership or preceptor role in orientation of new employees and students, particularly in critical care areas or pulmonary lab, demonstrating effective communication skills in all areas of patient care. q  Takes responsibility for helping to staff department during busy times by working extra shifts or changing schedules. q  Adapts to change in a positive, professional manner by work and deeds in order to meet the demands of the changing Health System environment. q  Assumes full responsibility for maintaining current licensure. q  Prepared to assume duties of the Leader of the shift whenever necessary as far as answering calls, tending to emergencies, keeping the shift running as smoothly as possible. q  Supports profession and ensures excellence through membership in the AARC and NBRC. This is optional but preferred.  q  Accepts other duties as assigned by department leader.
Job ID
2021-152185
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Vincent Hot Springs
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-HOT SPRINGS
.    CLINICAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: q  Reviews and evaluates existing data in patient’s record. Collects any additional pertinent clinical information through physical examination and bedside parameters. Formulates an overall care plan for patient based on information and clinical judgment. q  Performs and evaluates peak flows/Spirometry before and after bronchodilators according to policy and orders. q  Completes thorough assessment patients.                                 q  Communicates all critical information to physicians, nurses, and others on inter-disciplinary patient care team. q  Proactive in initiating Ventilator Discontinuation. Follows all policies on documentation, ET tube care, and other Ventilator Bundle guidelines. q  Recognizes the need for and performs emergency and acute respiratory care procedures accurately and safely in a timely manner with minimal supervisory intervention. This may include intubation in an emergency setting according to individual competency. q  Proactive during the shift, willing to help peers and other clinical staff in providing patient care as needed, floating without complaint to other areas/facilities as workload dictates. q  Answers phone and takes care of calls when in proximity to the department q  Demonstrates ability to set priorities in the clinical setting and also with own patient load.              2.    SCOPE OF PRACTICE   q  Ensures delivery of Respiratory Care Services reflecting the efficient and effective use of supplies and appropriate utilization of resources in order to meet the needs of the patients and hospital. q  Administers medications in a timely and safe manner. Evaluates medications’ effects and re-evaluates therapy appropriately according to policies and orders.  Follows current practices in dispensing and delivery of medications. Maintains working knowledge of all new medications and medication handling standards introduced into the field of Respiratory Care as they apply to our Health System. q  Performs arterial punctures, analyzes and interprets blood gas results, intervening as indicated assuring all results properly documented and entered into the computer. q  Follows all accepted safety practices for identifying patient, labeling, drawing and transporting the blood. q  Identifies patients’ need and readiness for education in disease management or smoking cessation.  Begins the education process using acceptable materials and instruction. Follows up on patients’ needs by documenting educational information on appropriate forms and verbally in report so relieving therapist can continue to assure patients’ needs are met. q  Integrates legal and ethical standards into practice by recognizing all implications of care delivery within the scope of licensure. q  Maintains patient and family confidentiality and complies with all regulatory standards. q  Demonstrates correct and safe technique in the use of equipment and supplies according to product information and manuals. q  Maintains a clean, neat and safe environment for patients and staff according to hospital and department policies.              3. INFORMATION PROCESSING AND DOCUMENTATION:   q  Consistently and accurately utilizes hospital information system for patient information, orders, charges, and productivity documentation. q  Consistently clocks in and out according to hospital policy. Follows policy on absences, tardies, and no-clocks. q  Arrives on time for report. Updates written reports as needed to provide current information for following shift. q  Consistently completes documentation. q  Keeps an accurate record of patients’ status and care dispensed, in accordance with departmental guidelines and requirements. q  Writes clear narratives and enters data into electronic health record. q  Correctly reports missed therapy and Medication Error Reports according to hospital policy to help ensure patient safety. q  Stays current in new policies and procedures by reading the information boards and staying current with LEARN assignments. q  Attends monthly staff meetings as documented by meeting attendance records and initials minutes of meetings that were missed.   4. SELF-DEVELOPMENT AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS   q  Maintains current professional record according to department and Health System standards, by completing hospital mandatories and department competencies by due dates. q  Actively participates in individual and group educational training activities. Attends conferences and shares knowledge with peers. q  Assists in writing or revising procedures to keep policies current and meaningful for staff use. q  Sets standards for performance in General Pediatric and Adult Care, Critical Care (Adult and/or Neonatal), or Diagnostics. q  Assumes leadership or preceptor role in orientation of new employees and students, particularly in critical care areas or pulmonary lab, demonstrating effective communication skills in all areas of patient care. q  Takes responsibility for helping to staff department during busy times by working extra shifts or changing schedules. q  Adapts to change in a positive, professional manner by work and deeds in order to meet the demands of the changing Health System environment. q  Assumes full responsibility for maintaining current licensure. q  Prepared to assume duties of the Leader of the shift whenever necessary as far as answering calls, tending to emergencies, keeping the shift running as smoothly as possible. q  Supports profession and ensures excellence through membership in the AARC and NBRC. This is optional but preferred.  q  Accepts other duties as assigned by department leader.
Job ID
2021-151853
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Vincent Hot Springs
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
AR-HOT SPRINGS
CLINICAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: q  Reviews and evaluates existing data in patient’s record. Collects any additional pertinent clinical information through physical examination and bedside parameters. Formulates an overall care plan for patient based on information and clinical judgment. q  Performs and evaluates peak flows/Spirometry before and after bronchodilators according to policy and orders. q  Completes thorough assessment patients.                                 q  Communicates all critical information to physicians, nurses, and others on inter-disciplinary patient care team. q  Proactive in initiating Ventilator Discontinuation. Follows all policies on documentation, ET tube care, and other Ventilator Bundle guidelines. q  Recognizes the need for and performs emergency and acute respiratory care procedures accurately and safely in a timely manner with minimal supervisory intervention. This may include intubation in an emergency setting according to individual competency. q  Proactive during the shift, willing to help peers and other clinical staff in providing patient care as needed, floating without complaint to other areas/facilities as workload dictates. q  Answers phone and takes care of calls when in proximity to the department q  Demonstrates ability to set priorities in the clinical setting and also with own patient load.              2.    SCOPE OF PRACTICE   q  Ensures delivery of Respiratory Care Services reflecting the efficient and effective use of supplies and appropriate utilization of resources in order to meet the needs of the patients and hospital. q  Administers medications in a timely and safe manner. Evaluates medications’ effects and re-evaluates therapy appropriately according to policies and orders.  Follows current practices in dispensing and delivery of medications. Maintains working knowledge of all new medications and medication handling standards introduced into the field of Respiratory Care as they apply to our Health System. q  Performs arterial punctures, analyzes and interprets blood gas results, intervening as indicated assuring all results properly documented and entered into the computer. q  Follows all accepted safety practices for identifying patient, labeling, drawing and transporting the blood. q  Identifies patients’ need and readiness for education in disease management or smoking cessation.  Begins the education process using acceptable materials and instruction. Follows up on patients’ needs by documenting educational information on appropriate forms and verbally in report so relieving therapist can continue to assure patients’ needs are met. q  Integrates legal and ethical standards into practice by recognizing all implications of care delivery within the scope of licensure. q  Maintains patient and family confidentiality and complies with all regulatory standards. q  Demonstrates correct and safe technique in the use of equipment and supplies according to product information and manuals. q  Maintains a clean, neat and safe environment for patients and staff according to hospital and department policies.              3. INFORMATION PROCESSING AND DOCUMENTATION:   q  Consistently and accurately utilizes hospital information system for patient information, orders, charges, and productivity documentation. q  Consistently clocks in and out according to hospital policy. Follows policy on absences, tardies, and no-clocks. q  Arrives on time for report. Updates written reports as needed to provide current information for following shift. q  Consistently completes documentation.
Job ID
2021-151852
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Vincent Hot Springs
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
AR-HOT SPRINGS

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