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*Home Health Physical Therapist (full time/per diem)
*Clinical Lab Scientist (full time)
*Home Health Occupational Therapist (full time)
Home Health Social Worker (part time)
Radiology Tech/CT Tech/XRay (full time)
Radiology Tech (full time/part time)
Ultrasound Tech (full time)
MRI Tech (part time/per diem)
XRay/MRI Tech (full time)
Respiratory Therapist (full time/part time/per diem)
Pharmacy Tech (part time)
Emergency Department Monitor Tech (part time)
*Home Health Physical Therapist (full time) The Home Health Physical Therapist assesses patients and their medical status/functional loss and establishes and implements a plan of care that provides for achievement of optimum level of function using sound judgment and psychological sensitivity within a health care team model. He/she maintains a high level of professional expertise and assumes responsibility for professional growth and development.
*Physical Therapist Assesses patients’ medical status/functional loss and establishes and implements a plan of treatment that provides for achievement of optimum level of function using sound judgment and psychological sensitivity. Maintains a high level of professional expertise and assumes responsibility for professional growth and development. Must be a graduate of an accredited school of Physical Therapy with certificate, BS, MS, or PhD, and be eligible for licensing or licensed by the State of California.
*Clinical Lab Scientist (full time) The Clinical Laboratory Specialist is responsible for maintaining a working knowledge of the basic theories, principles and practices of Clinical Laboratory Science and a working knowledge of the literature and current developments in the field of Clinical Laboratory Science. The Clinical Laboratory Scientist must provide direct and constant supervision of all non-licensed personnel.
*Home Health Occupational Therapist (full time) Administers and directs the administration and rehabilitation for homebound patients as prescribed by a referring physician through the MRCH Home Health Service. Must be a graduate of a professional training program approved by the American Occupational Therapy Association.
Home Health Social Worker (part time) The Home Health Social Worker has an in-depth knowledge of social work methods and community resources. The primary focus is advocacy, intervention and referral regarding those emotional, social, and environmental factors impacting significantly upon the overall health status of the individuals. The direct service role includes advising, counseling, and, when appropriate, instructing family in a patient’s social needs to assist them in coping with the impact of illness/injury. The position requires an MSW and at least one year of social work experience.
Radiology Tech/CT Tech/XRay (full time) Operates diagnostic equipment, develops film, prepares the exam room, supplies, and contrast media for use in imaging procedures, and is responsible for the well-being of the patient while in the Radiology Department. The technologist is also responsible for transporting the patient and for general secretarial duties within Radiology.
Ultrasound Tech (full time) Responsible for ultrasound examination utilizing diagnostic ultrasound equipment. Provides direct patient care to patients of all ages, including transportation services. Contributes to the efficient operation of the department, ensuring the quality and continuity of patient care. Assists in the orientation of new employees. Position qualifications include satisfactory completion of formal training in ultrasound. Echo experience is a plus. Maintains current RDMS certification (or eligibility for) and CPR certification. Has excellent interpersonal skills necessary to interact effectively with patients and families, all radiology staff, referring physicians, nursing, scheduling, volunteers, vendors, and administration that may or may not be under physical and/or emotional stress. Ability to maintain confidential information standards. As well as experience with a variety of technical skills specifically in ultrasound.
MRI Tech (part time/per diem) Responsible for magnetic resonance imaging examinations utilizing diagnostic magnetic resonance imaging equipment. Provides direct patient care to patients of all ages, including transportation for services. Contributes to the efficient operation of the department, ensuring the quality and continuity of patient care. Assists in the orientation of new employees.
Respiratory Therapist (full time) The Respiratory Therapist is responsible for providing medically prescribed respiratory care programs designed to restore function and prevent disability following disease or injury. The RT is expected to provide respiratory care to all patients across the life span. Additionally, he/she must be able to perform diagnostic testing. Current license in the State of California required. Minimum of 3 years recent acute care experience preferred.
Phlebotomist - You will work closely with the Phlebotomy team and other inpatient departments to ensure immediate, courteous, and comprehensive responses to requests for service, or concerns about specimens and related matters. It is important to represent yourself well and maintain a professional and customer-service-oriented focus at all times. Must have previous experience in Phlebotomy, CPT-1 and BLS certifications required.
Pharmacy Tech (part-time) - The Pharmacy Technician assists the pharmacist in the various dispensing functions of the pharmacy department. The technician also processes daily patient charges, orders and receives stock, and maintains an appropriate level of inventory. Must possess current licensure as a pharmacy technician in the state of California. Previous experience is preferred.
Emergency Department Monitor Tech (part time) the Emergency Department Monitor Tech performs various patient care duties under the direct supervision of the charge nurse or other RN. The Emergency Department Monitor Tech possesses and maintains BLS for HCP certification and current EMT-1 certifications as required by north coast EMS guidelines. Responsible for the continuous observation and monitoring of cardiac rhythms for all critical care and telemetry patients. Responsible for the detection of cardiac arrhythmia and communication of changes to the registered nurse; and responsible for the interpretation and documentation of cardiac rhythms per department standards.
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