American Red Cross Surgical Assistant - Part-Time in Medford, Oregon
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Responsible for demonstrating excellence in customer service, promoting a positive, professional image of the American Red Cross Biomedical Services. Assists with routine departmental tasks as directed. The main hospital we work with is Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center.
Transports and operates PACS equipment and performs specified salvage procedures which may include Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) sequestration.
Assesses patient/surgical procedure for suitability for PACS.
Monitors blood loss assesses appropriate time for washing of salvaged blood and communicates to anesthesia and/or nursing staff the blood volume processed and available to be returned to the patient.
Maintains knowledge of steps of applicable surgical procedures.
Notifies surgeon and/or anesthesiologist in charge if problems occur with the procedure.
Maintains accurate, complete, and legible records about the patient and the PACS or Platelet Rich Plasmac (PRP) procedure.
Labels for reinfusion of the autologous product, as appropriate.
Removes disposable and cleans equipment at end of the procedure.
Ensures that necessary equipment and disposable are available for the next cell salvage procedure.
This is a part-time benefitted position, working approximately 20 hours/ week.
Job knowledge equivalent to that gained through the completion of an Associate degree or equivalent combination of education and relevant experience as determined by the PACS Program Physician required.
Minimum one-year experience in the health care or blood banking industry is required.
Excellent communication skills, basic computer skills, and attention to detail required.
Ability to work independently, react quickly, and work effectively in a surgical setting required.
Familiar with basic aseptic technique preferred.
Demonstrated technical skills; ability to operate medical equipment required.
Must be willing to work a varied schedule including some evenings as well as on-call responsibilities.
May be required to have your vehicle, a valid and current driver's license and insurance, and a good driving record.
Retain a current CPR certification (If an employee does not have current CPR certification, the individual may be allowed into the program, but CPR certification must be obtained within six weeks).
Current relevant licensure in the state of practice, if applicable.
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