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Do you work well in a large team environment where critical thinking is essential?
As a day shift Respiratory Therapist II at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, you will perform general ward therapy RT procedures including: 02 therapy, bland aerosol therapy, medicinal aerosol therapy, volume expansion therapy, bronchial hygiene procedures, CPR. A Respiratory Therapist also performs Adult Critical Care RT procedures including:
Setup/management of continuous invasive and non-invasive ventilator systems, specialty gases, and related monitoring and supportive adjuncts. Training in of performance of Arterial Puncture for Blood Gas Analysis is required.
A Respiratory Therapist may pursue additional training in all "subspecialty services" provided by the CSMC Respiratory Care Service. " Subspecialty" Respiratory Care Services include: Management of Perinatal/Pediatric Ventilator Systems and related adjuncts; Bronchoscopy Assist; Pulmonary Rehabilitation Center RT procedures; RT Order Entry System Operation. Once training is complete, A Respiratory Therapist is expected to function as assigned in the subspecialty areas in which he/she has been trained and adjudged functionally competent.
Graduate of 2 year AMA approved school of Respiratory Therapy
California Respiratory Practitioner license. Registered Respiratory Therapist. American Heart Association BLS certification.
2 years experience preferred. Respiratory Ward Therapy and Critical Care.
Perform 1 & 2 person CPR. Lift and carry 25 lbs.
Move a H-size gas cylinder-and-cart as well as the departmental life support systems over hospital floor surfaces. Able to physically roll a 200 lb. horizontally positioned patient. Auditory and visual capabilities for responding to cardio-pulmonary monitoring systems.
Mathematics skills necessary for clinical functions. Oral and written communication skills sufficient for understanding and being understood by the members of health care team
Working Title: Respiratory Therapist II - 12 hrs - Night
Department: Respiratory Therapy
Business Entity: Service Lines & Ops
City: Los Angeles
Job Category: Therapy/Rehab
Job Specialty: Respiratory
Position Type: Full-time
Shift Length: 12 hour shift
Shift Type: Night