PRN Day and Night Positions
1.Provide respiratory care to patients per physician orders and established policies and procedures.
2.Participate in the development and/or implementation of patient care plans.
3.Assure compliance with federal, state, and local technical and professional regulations and accepted practiced guidelines.
4.Maintain and promote good customer relations; communicate with management, coworkers, facility staff, patients, patients’ family members, and other caretakers in a professional manner.
5.Provide instruction to patients and other caretakers in the methods and objectives of therapy.
6.Prepare and update patient records accurately and legibly.
Certified Respiratory Technician or Registered Respiratory Therapist credential by the NBRC, current ID RCP license, and CPR certification required.
One year of respiratory care experience preferred, ideally in a critical care setting.