Responsible for the delivery of non-invasive and invasive respiratory care in all hospital areas including delivery room certification, intubation, intra-aortic balloon pump setup and advanced blood gas machine maintenance. May do primary neonatal/pediatric transports if qualified. Functions as Relief Shift Supervisor as required.
Must be able to understand and react effectively to the age-specific needs unique to assigned patients. Must be a Certified Respiratory Therapy Technician (CRTT) with three (3) years of neonatal ICU experience or a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) with one (1) year of neonatal ICU experience. Appropriate Florida DOH license required. Must be accomplished in all departmental procedures including delivery room transport certification. Must be certified and able to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation - NRP and PALS required. Ability to communicate effectively with physicians, parents, patients, fellow staff and all members of the health care team is essential. Ability to position patients to properly administer all therapeutic modalities as described in the departmental procedure manual. Ability to perform light lifting. Ability to move about all areas of the hospital campus
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