REGISTERED RESP THERAPIST

Location US-NJ-Camden
Job ID
64041
Category
Professionals
Shift
3
Type
Part Time
Department Name
Respiratory Therapy

About Us

At Cooper University Health Care, our commitment to providing extraordinary health care begins with our team. Our extraordinary professionals are continuously discovering clinical innovations and enhanced access to the most up-to-date facilities, equipment, technologies and research protocols. We have a commitment to our employees by providing competitive rates and compensation, a comprehensive employee benefits programs, attractive working conditions, and the chance to build and explore a career opportunity by offering professional development.

 

Discover why Cooper University Health Care is the employer of choice in South Jersey.

 

Short Description

 

Patient assessment, mechanical ventilatory support monitoring, non-invasive ventilation support, administration of medical gas delivery systems (i.e.:  heliox, nitric, oxygen compressed air, etc...), humidification and aerosol therapy.

 

Airway management, delivery of aerosolized & instilled medications, chest physical therapy,vest therapy, IPV therapy, in-exsuffalator therapy, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, arterial blood gas acquisition & analysis.

 

Transcutaneous pc02 & po2 monitoring, pulse oximetry monitoring & trending.

 

Ventilatory weaning, peak flow monitoring, assist with bedside tracheostomies, and bronchoscopy, internal and external patient transporting, patient and family education. 

 

Experience Required

Post Respiratory Care program graduate.

 

1-2 years preferred Pediatric and Adult critical care experience.

Education Requirements

AS/BS Degree, Graduate of an AMA Approved Respiratory Care Program.

 

Bachelor preferred

License/Certification Requirements

Current New Jersey State Respiratory Care Board License,

 

Valid AHA/BLS.

Special Requirements

NRP within 6 months of starting position.

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