The Certified Respiratory Technician provides therapeutic modes of
respiratory treatments to all patients in the healthcare system.
Must be registered as a CRT by the National Board
of Respiratory Credentialing (NBRC) and Texas Department of
Health. Must have healthcare provider CPR, ACLS, and
PALS. Must receive NRP within six months of
employment. Requires knowledge of and skill levels in all
aspects of respiratory care and the ability to evaluate and treat all
age groups including neonates, infants, pediatrics, adolescents,
adults and geriatrics. Must have the ability to communicate with all
levels of healthcare professionals.
Universal Health Services - 3 years ago