Respiratory Technician (Respiratory Student w/ Ohio Limited Permit) - Casual (as needed), Marion, Ohio at OhioHealth in Marion, Ohio

Posted in Other 19 days ago.





Job Description:

We are more than a health system. We are a belief system. We believe wellness and sickness are both part of a lifelong partnership, and that everyone could use an expert guide. We work hard, care deeply and reach further to help people uncover their own power to be healthy. We inspire hope. We learn, grow, and achieve more - in our careers and in our communities.

Job Description Summary:

The Respiratory Technician administers diagnostic and therapeutic procedures to facilitate the patient's breathing. He/she evaluates the respiratory care for appropriateness and effectiveness and communicates findings/results to other healthcare professionals.

Minimum Qualifications:

High School or GED (Required)CPR - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation - American Red Cross

Enrolled in Accredited Respiratory Care Program Ohio Limited Permit or Ohio License CPR Certification

Work Shift:

Variable

Scheduled Weekly Hours :

1

Department

Pulmonary Services

Join us!
... if your passion is to work in a caring environment
... if you believe that learning is a life-long process
... if you strive for excellence and want to be among the best in the healthcare industry

Equal Employment Opportunity

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