Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center is attuned to the healthcare issues that matter to the people of North Brooklyn. Woodhull focuses on preventing disease and promoting healthy lifestyles by reaching out to the community at 15 convenient locations. Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center is a non-smoking facility.
Perform regularly schedule preventive maintenance on patient care equipment to insure safety and that equipment complies with manufacture's specification.
Tracking of equipment management software to insure proper documentation on equipment, inventory parts, and service history.
Provide feedback to the Bio-Medical Director on the status of repairs, PM's, parts orders, equipment user satisfaction and need for assistance with repairs.
Responsible for pre-purchase evaluation of patient care equipment.
Perform incoming inspection of new equipment.
Troubleshoot, repair and overhaul patient care equipment throughout the Network.
Provide technical guidance to repair technicians.
Provide in-service training to medical staff on the use of patient care equipment.
Assist in training new personnel.
Review outcome of preventive maintenance actions.
Advice supervisor of equipment deficiencies as required.
Adhere to all safety guidelines and insure cleanliness of designed work area.
May assist the department director or supervisor with in-service educational programs on use of equipment.
Correct unsafe conditions in work area and report any conditions that are not correctable to supervisor immediately.
Consult with superior regarding situations needing specific attention or follow-up.
Immediately report hazardous conditions which can endanger the wellbeing of patients, visitors and hospital staff to the appropriate personnel
Dispose of hazardous materials according to proper policy guidelines
Practice infection control, asepsis techniques and isolation procedures in accordance with departmental policy and procedures.
Notify the appropriate health care personnel of patient care requests in a timely manner or respond directly, as appropriate.
Ensure corporate emails are checked daily; respond promptly and courteously to messages.
Present appropriate appearance in accordance with department policy; observe established dress guidelines.
Conform to established time and leave regulations and policies; provide proper notification for absences and tardiness.
Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein
During an emergency, the probability that staff responsibilities will change is high. As new risks develop and conditions change, staff members need to adapt their roles to meet new demands on their ability to care for the patients we serve.
Associate Degree, which included courses in the bio-medical technician field, and two years experience in the appropriate bio-medical technician field in an approved hospital or health facility; or,
Senior high school graduation or possession of an Equivalency Diploma, and three years experience in the appropriate bio-medical technician field in an approved hospital or health facility; or,
A satisfactory equivalent combination of education and experience.
Employees performing blood analysis require certificates of qualification issued by the New York City Department of Health in subspecialty of 29 (Ph blood gases) or specialty 28 (general clinical chemistry).
BMET Certification from AAMI Credentials Institute.
Note: Effective January 1, 2015, employees performing central service functions, while serving in the Group 12 title of Bio-Medical Equipment Technician (215620), must either possess valid certification as a Certified Registered Central Service Technician (CRCST) issued by the International Association of Healthcare Central Service Material Management or as a Certified Sterile Processing and Distribution Technician (CSPDT) issued by the Certifying Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution, or be grandfathered. Grandfathering requires that employees provide evidence that they have been employed in a healthcare facility for a cumulative period of one (1) year occurring between January 1, 2011 and December 31, 2014 and that they have competently performed central service functions during the course of their qualifying experience and will continue to be able to competently perform such functions during the course of their employment at HHC. In addition, these employees will be required to annually complete ten (10) hours of continuing education credits in order to remain qualified to perform central service functions at an HHC facility.
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NYC Health & Hospitals/Woodhull
Human Resources Department
760 Broadway - Room 3A140
Brooklyn, NY 11206
NYC Health Hospitals