Emergency Department Technician II
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Under direct supervision of registered nurse or provider, assists in examination and treatment of patients. Works as a member of the health care team within organizational and departmental standards, policies, procedures, processes and guidelines.
- Implements care plan at the direction of RN or Provider. Assists with data collection. Obtains and records vital signs; reports results to RN or Provider. Observes and records pertinent patient information; immediately reports to RN or Provider abnormal findings, changes in patient condition, and emergency situations.
- Demonstrates technical competencies in specialized technical skills, use of equipment, and basic competencies to work on a specialty unit.
- Records data and nursing care activities in the medical record according to hospital and department standards; utilizes department forms per procedures.
- Assists with admissions, transfers, procedures, and discharges.
- Transports patients, equipment, and supplies from one location to another; assists with lifting as needed.
- Provides pertinent information as directed by the RN or Provider to members in the department and to other departments; assures information is accurate and complete.
- Functions within parameters of job description; adheres to Federal/State/Regional /Hospital /Department standards, policies, and procedures.
- Maintains confidentiality of patient and company proprietary information.
- Reports to RN or Charge RN when leaving the unit.
- Functions with awareness of and applies safety principles and standards, including patient, environment and employee issues; assists with lifting; utilizes proper body mechanics and patient safety equipment for safe patient transfers and injury prevention.
- Functions with awareness of and applies infection control principles and standards, including patient, environment and employee issues; utilizes universal precautions.
- At the direction of the RN or Provider reinforces written materials provided to the patient.
- Assists health care team with emergency situations; maintains awareness of emergency preparedness procedures.
- Maintains clean, safe and well-equipped environment for patients and staff; assures the equipment and supply inventory are maintained and available for use.
- Assembles decontamination equipment and participates in disaster procedures as assigned by the charge nurse, nurse manager or designee.
- Participates regularly in staff meetings, in-services, and performance improvement activities.
- Assists with orientation and training and provides feedback to RN.
- Demonstrates sufficient knowledge, skills, and abilities in area of specialization and to provide care and/or service appropriate to age groups served.
- Demonstrates knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to provide culturally sensitive care and/or service.
- Performs other duties and accepts responsibility as assigned.
- Assists RN and Providers with various procedure, including positioning and set up of draping and prepping.
- Nine (9) months of acute healthcare delivery experience or related background and experience.
- High school diploma or equivalent (GED).
- Training as Emergency Medical Technician, Basic (EMT-B), Medical Assistant, Army Medical Specialist, Navy Corpsman, or nursing student who has completed one or more semesters of clinical coursework and practicum of an accredited registered nursing program.
- Basic Life Support from American Heart Association
- Completion of Emergency Medical Technician, Basic (EMT-B), Medical Assistant, Army Medical Specialist, Navy Corpsman.
- Completion of one or more of the following American Heart Association courses:
- Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP),
- Advanced Cardiopulmonary Life Support,
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support.
- Completion Emergency Medical Technician, Basic (EMT-B), Medical Assistant, Army Medical Specialist, Navy Corpsman, or nursing student who has completed one or more semesters of clinical coursework and practicum of an accredited registered nursing program.