This position provides support to the Endoscopy team by providing basic patient care and assistance as directed. Promotes patient safety by assuring safe functioning of Endo specialty equipment during procedures and ensuring appropriate supplies are available.
Serves as a resource person in designated specialty to ensure coordination of necessary instruments and equipment.
Maintains unit equipment. This includes, but is not limited to: setting up; cleaning; performing basic troubleshooting of equipment; performing safety checks on equipment and specialty carts as directed, calibrates and replaces soda lime. Monitors equipment for malfunctions, performs light maintenance or arranges for repairs. May complete room setup, assemble equipment, and maintain anesthesia specialty carts.
Tracks and monitors availability of equipment and instruments for procedures in collaboration with the members of the Endo Team.
Maintains adequate inventory of anesthesia and surgical supplies both in the Endo and anesthesia work areas.
Assists with pulling supplies for cases, rotating inventory, and monitoring expiration dates.
Under the direction of the RN circulator, assists with basic patient care as requested. Practices aseptic technique per competency.
Performs functional tasks and utilizes equipment as delegated by a licensed professional. This may require additional specialized training provided by the department, consistent with demonstrated competency.
Assists with transporting patients, including pre-procedure and immediate post-procedure patients to critical care unit. Participates in Endo room turnover.
High school diploma/GED or equivalent working knowledge.
Current BLS certification.
An understanding of inventory management tasks and the ability to work effectively with a computer based inventory management system.Requires strong communication (written and verbal) skills, time management, problem solving ability, customer service and organizational skills.
Previous experience working with specialty instruments and equipment is strongly preferred. Knowledge of patient related supplies, materials, and aseptic techniques are preferred. Previous experience in an acute care setting, preferably surgical services or specialty procedure area.
Additional related education and/or experience preferred.
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