Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT)
New Grads and Seasoned RRT's Welcome to Apply
This hospital has excellent benefits including low premium Health Insurance (Medical - Dental - Short and Long Term Disability - Vision - Life Insurance) , PTO (With Cash In Options), and 403B Retirement Savings Plan.
Excellent Schools / Quiet Neighborhoods / Low Cost of Living
This community combines the simplicity of small-town life with the luxury of quality facilities that rival many urban hospitals. Our schools continually receive high marks year after year and have some of the lowest student-to-teacher ratios in the country. Despite a smaller population, this area boasts a hospital, airport, nursing home, community theater, fitness center, recreational activities, just for starters. Located near some nationally recognized Universities and Medical Schools.
Where else can you get all this and have the beautiful scenery and outdoor activities galore with premium hunting and fishing?
This is a community where patients and friends are treated like family. Your family will find themselves immersed in the community in no time.
- Must be a graduate of an AMA Accredited Respiratory Therapy program and credentialed by the National Board for Respiratory Care as a Certified (CRT) or Registered (RRT) Respiratory Therapist
- Must be licensed within the state of Illinois
- Basic Life Support Certification (BLS)
- Prefer ICU / ER / COPD and BiPAP Experience
The Respiratory Therapist is familiar with all types of equipment used in the Cardio-Pulmonary Department; performs approved respiratory Therapy treatments and diagnostic studies, including but not limited to ABGs, EKGs, Holter Monitors, Non-invasive and Invasive Ventilation Management; is capable of correctly charging and documenting treatment procedures. Job Descriptions/Essential Functions iAccess Cardio-Pulmonary care given; identify problems and/or need for improvement; communicate information to department director, physician or charge nurse as appropriate iAssess patientis needs and health status as required communicate to charge nurse or physician iAssist with Cardio-Pulmonary Quality Assurance activities, as requested i Provides skilled, evidence based care competently under the direction of a physician iEvaluate the effective of problem solving techniques and activities implemented to improve the department iAssists in the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of patient needs iAdminister prescribed medications and treatments in accordance with nursing standards iObtain and document allergies, medications, procedures, immunizations, past medical history, family history, social history, chief complaint and vital signs iResponds to and refers incoming telephone inquiries from patients and other parties iProvides education to patients about his/her conditions or medications iDocuments patient care observations and activities according to professional standards and procedures iDemonstrates effective communication skills (verbal, written, and computerized) with the health care team through: documenting, reporting and interacting iAids in identifying methods of improving patient care iDemonstrates professionalism by: articulating and demonstrating professional behavior, accepting responsibility/accountability for actions, adhering to departmental/ hospital policies and procedures iMaintains a clean, well-stocked patient care area, observing asepsis techniques and all other federal mandates, i.e.,OSHA, CLIA, etc
To take the first step towards your new opportunity, contact and/or send resume to:
Matt Morgan Senior Executive Healthcare Recruiter
Office 406 417 3700