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Emergency Department Tech II - Duke Raleigh Hospital
Duke University Health System seeks to hire an ED Tech II who will embrace our mission of Transforming Lives Transforming Care.
The Duke Raleigh Emergency Department is a medium sized community based hospital located in Raleigh, NC.
Perform a variety of routine and advanced patient care tasks under the direction of nursing staff to assist medical and nursing personnel in the examination, treatment, and care of patients. Perform a variety of clerical and technical tasks as assigned.
3 - 12 hour shifts per week
Shifts Available: 7am-7pm, 7pm-7am, or 11a-11p
Duties and Responsibilities of this Level
Participate in patient care interventions and personal care procedures for patients. Perform approved dressings and wound care for NCA level; participate in nutritional activities; assist with personal hygiene; assist with ambulation; assist with bowel and bladder elimination; assist with Foley and Straight Catheters; provide such additional care as required to meet the personal needs and comfort of assigned patients.
Function as patient attendant for patients who have been identified as high risk for injury or suicide.
Prepare patients, equipment and supplies for specific procedures and provide manual assistance as required.
Collect, deliver and conduct routine tests on patient specimens.
Escort or transport patients that do not require any hemodynamic monitoring.
Clean assigned area; stock and replenish supplies and equipment as required.
Maintain readiness of HAZMAT Room. Provide assistance during hazmat decontamination procedures.
Perform a variety of EKG technician tasks as required, to include: routine and STAT EKGs, order verification and electronic transmission of EKGs, accommodation of special EKG requests, i.e., with or without magnet or right sided EKG tracings, the stocking and maintenance of EKG machines, and the retrieval of old EKGs from the Heart Station.
Perform a variety of Health Unit Coordinator (EDUC) tasks. Tasks might include, but are not limited to, operate and trouble-shoot office equipment; maintain organization of the assigned desk; manage lab specimens and orders; enter orders into the computer; answer the telephone and/or patient signals. In addition, assist with patient registration, admission, transfer and discharge.
Perform adult, isolated venipuncture for collection of routine blood specimens and blood cultures.
Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
Work requires graduation from an accredited high school or a GED. Successful completion of the NCA II training as defined by the Division of Facility Services in the State of North Carolina.
Work requires the ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
One year of related health care experience as an NCA, ED Tech, EMT, or equivalent, and must be able to perform EKGs, Foley and Straight Catheters.
Current minimum listing as an NCA II with the Division of Facility Services or current minimum certification credential as Advanced EMT EMT-B with no substantiated findings of abuse, fraud, neglect or misappropriation of property.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Heavy lifting and the ability to transport stretcher and wheelchair patients to various hospital locations are required.
This person must be able to provide care and services to all patients from birth to the elderly.
The must have excellent prioritization skills in addition to their basic knowledge and skills.
They must be able to work in a fast-paced unpredictable environment under very stressful conditions.
They must be able to be trained in all aspects of hazmat decontamination procedures.
This person must be very goal-directed with a great deal of initiative since they function at a very independent level within the Emergency Department.
They must demonstrate competency validation in skills and knowledge for performance of roles and responsibilities.
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