University of Louisville Hospital
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Respiratory Therapist - PT - Nights
at University of Louisville Hospital
Job Status: Part Time
Job Reference #: 2018-R0166652
Categories: Healthcare - Therapy/Rehab Services
Respiratory Therapist Registered - PRN - CHI Lakeside Hospital Omaha, NE
Our patients breathe easy when it comes to respiratory care. See what we did there? Our Respiratory Therapists are highly trained when it comes to performing specialized respiratory care including ventilator management, nebulizer treatment, chest PT, drawing arterial blood gases, oxygen therapies, external ventilation support and some pulmonary function assessments. That's a pretty diverse skill set. Do you have what it takes to be one of us?
What you'll do:
- Assess and evaluate of the appropriateness and effectiveness of therapy based on patient's age, cognitive and physical abilities, and/or developmental needs
- Make recommendations for changes in specific modes of therapy
- Educates patients and arranges home respiratory care services and patient therapy follow-up assessments using language and materials appropriate for age, cognitive and physical abilities, and/or developmental needs
- Assumes responsibility for personal and professional growth through participation in department meetings, in-service programs and continuing education programs
Maintains established department policies, procedures and objectives, concerning quality assurance, safety, environmental conditions and infection control
Shift: Nights (6:30pm -7:00am)
- Graduate of a two to four year, college based, AMA approved school of Respiratory Therapy
- Registered by the National Board for Respiratory Care as a RRT
- Licensed by the State of Nebraska with a Respiratory Care Practitioner License or Iowa Department of Health with a Respiratory Care Practitioner license
- BLS (Basic Life Support with American Heart Association)
We're an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.