Mercy Medical Center Clinton Emergency Department Technician in Wilmington, Delaware
2402_2901 Emergency Department
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Job Description Details:
An Emergency Department Care Technician II, Under the direction and supervision of the nurses, preforms selected patient care task and other job related duties, Follows detailed and specific instructions; matters not covered are verified with the nurse.
Minimum Qualifications : Two years prior clinical experience within St. Francis or another clinical setting ( Education/Experience/Licensure/Certification/Skills )
Educations : High school graduate who has successfully completed either CNA/MA/EMT/EMT-P with a State or nationally registered license, also first semester Nursing student will be considered. Must maintain eight hours of continuing education in ED related competency AND a mandatory two in-services per year on critical care equipment and sterile fields OR must take a minimum six college credits in a health care degree seeking major AND a mandatory two in-services per year on critical care equipment and sterile fields.
Licensure/Certification: BLS (Annual Competency)
Experience/Knowledge: Job related experience at St Francis or in another clinical setting. The ED Tech II will be with a preceptor for a maximum of 90 days. Following the 90 day perception, the Tech II will be on a six month probation period, in which they must successfully complete the Basic Arrhythmia Course and Phlebotomy Course. After the six month probation period the Tech II will be required to show full capability of functioning on as an independent Tech II.
Skill s: Cognitive, technical and interpersonal skills required to deliver safe and effective patients centered care.
Physical Ability: Must be able to lift and assist with lifting. Must be able to safely transport patients via wheelchair, litter, or bed to other areas of care. Possess physical and emotional stamina necessary for an urban Emergency Department environment.
Shift is 7p-3a (4) days a week and 7p-7a (1) shift a week
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Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences and health practices of the communities we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive outcomes. We recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world, and that our differences not only serve to unite us, but also lead to innovative solutions.