General job duties. Types of procedures required:
O2 application and management, Nebulizers, Inhalers, Ventilators, Bipaps, CPAPs, Hiflows, IS’s, meta nebs
Equipment utilized in the unit/dept: Cerner EMR, Accudose medication systems, CCU and NICU will not be an expectation but if a patient came in on a home vent to the floor then this would be an expectation (typically a trilogy or a LTV), Bipaps and cpaps Philips V60’s and V30’s.
Facility uses Galileo (Hamilton Medical) vents, however, historically they have been so busy during peak times of the year, when they have had to bring in rented equipment.
- Minimum of 2 years of experience as an RT
- WA license
- Must be able/willing to float to all units (except ICU and NICU)
Bed size/number of rooms for this unit/dept:
226 - We try to have 3 RT’s on per shift. Average day, can expect to do 15 to 24 treatments, busy times, can expect to do 24 to 27 treatments a shift.226 - We try to have 3 RT’s on per shift. Average day, can expect to do 15 to 24 treatments, busy times, can expect to do 24 to 27 treatments a shift.
Dress Code: Scrubs (any color)
Orientation: Travelers get a very modified training. Usually a couple shifts with a lead and then you will work with 2-3 other RTs /shift.