105 Bed Teaching Hospital, Level III Trauma Center
8 hour day shift- 730am- 430pm 13 weeks Start: ASAP
40 hours per week guarantee.
BLS, ACLS required
Call Rotation - travelers rotate call four weekdays one week, with the weekend off, and then off the next four weekdays and on the weekend
Participates in patient transport. · Assists in pre-catheterization patient preparation. · Documents all of the above on the correct forms and in the appropriate manner. · Performs all other duties and responsibilities with pre and post-catheterization patient care. · Participates in procedure room preparation. · Participates in procedure room patient set-up. · Assists with the performance of the procedures. · Powers up: X-ray system/video recorders, WITT physiological monitor, Medrad injector, Communication system, and Defibrillator. Operates x-ray/digital equipment. Operates physiologic amplifiers, monitors and computer during procedures. Performs quality control/preventive maintenance procedures on x-ray equipment, pressure transducers, video systems, lead aprons
ER 27 beds, 5 fast track, 2 seclusion N/P ratio 1:4, need to have EPIC computer experience. If floating to OB they need to have NRP and Fetal Monitoring •
Charge takes patients • Typical ER, trauma, abd pain, flu/colds, AMI (facility does have a cath lab) tele stroke program and treatment (facility does give TPA), MVA’s, gunshots, stabbing, meth overdose • Have monitor techs, ER techs are paramedics • Must have a positive attitude, be used to a busy facility, be on time, don’t call in, be a team player, help co-workers • During the day lab and cardiology may help with lab draws and EKG’s, at night nurses do most • Will need to be able to float to PSS (Med-Surg), Medical, PCU and one of the three (ICU, ED or L&D) Some departments are faster paced than others. • No pharmacy at night, d/c meds dispensed in pre-packs from Pyxis. Travelers will never dispense, only perm staff