Texas Health

  • Patient Care Tech, PACU, PRN

    Job ID
    2018-4297
    Type
    PRN
    Category
    Patient Support Services
    Regular Work Hours
    PRN
    Location
    US-TX-Rockwall
  • Overview

    Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall, recognized with the Gold Seal of Approval by the Joint Commission Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, is the first full-service community hospital in Rockwall. THPHR offers 61 inpatient beds for acute medical and surgical needs, advanced medical technology and comprehensive services focused on quality patient care and safety close to home. Texas Health Rockwall is proud to be recognized as one of “Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare”.  

     

    The Post Acute Care Unit is seeking a Patient Care Tech on an as needed basis.  

                      

                                                                                                                                  **PRN**

    Responsibilities

    Provides a safe environment, assists with activities of daily living, gives emotional and social support and attends to the patients' physical comfort. Clinical knowledge to perform general interventions for the patient whether the need is taking pulse, helping with grooming, getting a lunch tray, or acting quickly in an emergency, what you do is important for the patient, significant other, the Director, nurses and peers. Works directly under the direction, guidance and supervision of the Registered Nurses. The Patient Care Tech is allowed to work independently when providing total care or assistance to the patient. Works tactfully and cooperatively with patients, residents, families, visitors and the entire staff through the organization. Provides for patient privacy and confidentiality at all times.

    Qualifications

      -  High School or GED is required

      -  Current American Heart Association CPR required

      -  1 year experience as patient care tech required

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