The Hyperbaric Technician assumes responsibility for the safe and effective operation of the compression chamber system and supporting components. In addition to operating and maintaining mono-place and/or multi-place hyperbaric chambers, the Technician will be responsible for performing TCOMs, monitoring patients, charting, and other duties as assigned. Assist in wound care and other patient care as needed.
Current license, certification, or training is required in one of the following qualifying vocations:
Practical Nurse (LPN/LVN)
Emergency Medical Technician
Certified Hyperbaric Technologist (CHT)
Diving Medical Technician (DMT)
Commercial or Military Diver
Life Support Technician
Long Description :
Competitive Salary and Benefits
Paid traing to become a Certified Hyperbaric Technician in San Antonio, TX
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