ED TECH - Emergency Room - Nights

Anderson Hospital   MARYVILLE, IL   Part-time     Health Care Provider
Posted on March 29, 2024
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ED TECH - Emergency Room - Nights


Job Details

Maryville, IL
Part Time (64 Hours)


Job Summary:  Performs basic duties to all age patients in the Emergency Department under the guidance and direction of the Registered Nurse. 


Service and Quality Standards:


  1. Service

Is Customer focused

                Anticipates customer needs

                Adheres to customer service standards

Is Competent, caring and compassionate

                Treats coworkers and customers with dignity and respect

                Demonstrates competent, caring and compassionate behavior

                                to customers and coworkers

  1. People

Is conversation conscious

                Assures confidentiality of patient and employee information

Is positive in interactions with others

Is courteous and respectful

                Promotes a harassment free environment

                Inspires the trust of others

Acts in accordance with hospital policies, meets the requirements of the code of conduct, and identifies any conflicts of interest.

  1. Quality

Is excellent in patient care and service

                Demonstrates multidisciplinary cooperation

                Assists in obtaining excellent satisfaction scores of feedback

Is safety conscious

                Demonstrates safety consciousness and supports safety initatives

Is involved with improvement efforts

                Supports performance improvement

                Seeks ways to improve systems and services

                Shows commitment to improvement efforts

                Meets mandatory educational requirements

  1. Growth

Is a loyal ambassador

                Demonstrates commitment to hospital mission and vision

Is active and involved

                Supports hospital initiatives

                Champions innovation and supports change

Is a positive role model

                Fosters team cooperation

  1. Finance

Is a good steward of hospital resources

                Develops/uses efficient work methods

Is cost effective

                Conserves organizational resources


Job Responsibilities:

  1. Uses effective communication skills with patients, staff, other departments, physicians, families and visitors.
  2. Provides age-appropriate and population specific patient care in a safe, skillful, accurate and efficient manner to newborn, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric populations.
  3. Duties may include but not limited to phlebotomy, transporting patients, obtain vital signs, ekg’s, splinting, catheter placement and other patient care task as assigned.
  4. Supports patient’s rights and responsibilities, including respect of cultural and religious diversity.
  5. Maintains the patient’s environment to include appropriate equipment and supplies at all times.
  6. Demonstrates appropriate use of equipment.  Maintains supplies and instruments.
  7. Assists in maintaining a clean unit. Responsible for cleaning and set up of patient rooms.
  8. Completes documentation accurately and timely, according to hospital policies and procedures.
  9. Utilizes chain of command.
  10. Maintains calm manner during abrupt changes in acuity and/or activity.
  11. Recognizes own limitations and seeks assistance when necessary.
  12. Is flexible with scheduling when necessary.
  13. Reports defective equipment promptly, completing appropriate forms.


Education Requirements and Other Requirements:


                Education Level:  High school diploma or equivalent required.


                Certification/Licensure: BLS required.


Experience Requirements:  Patient Care Technician experience in a hospital setting. EMT, EMT-P or CNA experience preferred.



Working Conditions:


Exposure Category I:  Tasks that involve exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues.  All procedures or other job-related tasks that involve an inherent potential for mucous membrane or skin contact with blood, body fluids, or tissues, or a potential for spills or splashes of them, are Category I tasks.  Use of appropriate protective measures is required for every employee engaged in Category I tasks.