Job Summary: Assists RN and ORT/scrub in room turnoversbefore, after, and end of day operative procedures. Organizes instrumentationand disposables for surgical procedure, ensuring all necessary supplies areassembled on the case cart prior to the procedure. Opens sterile supplies,instruments, and disposables, using sterile technique, in accordance with AORNStandards & Recommended Practices. Assist O.R. RN and ORT/scrub after case cleanup (i.e. mopping room,wiping horizontal surfaces, changing linen, discarding trash/used linen,changing anesthesia disposable circuit, suction disposal and setup) andstocking rooms, according to established PAR levels. Works in conjunction with RN as to equipmentneeded for next case. Takes call as needed. Assembles case carts daily, gathers instrumentation and disposables offestablished/handwritten surgeon preference cards/pick lists. Works inconjunction with Sterile Processing Department to ensure instrument trays areavailable prior to any surgical case.
Education: High SchoolDiploma or GED desired
Licenses, Certifications: Current BLS certification
Must be able tofollow instructions, work quickly and accurately in a fast paced environment.Must be independent in role, and autonomous in daily tasks; minimal supervisionprovided. Analytical and grammatical skills are necessary to communicateeffectively, verbally and in writing. Organizational and multi-tasking skillsare essential. Must be fluent in spoken and written English. Must be able tofulfill the essential functions of the position.
Job: Surgery Tech
Primary Location: West Palm Beach, Florida
Facility: Good Samaritan Medical Center
Job Type: Full-time
Shift Type: Days
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