CST - Certified Surgical Technician
Accountable to assist the RN and surgeon in preparing for surgical procedures, assist in surgical procedures, and prepare for the next case. The scrub technologist handles the instruments, supplies, and equipment necessary during the surgical procedure. The CST has an understanding of the procedure being performed and anticipates the needs of the surgeon. The CST has the necessary knowledge and ability to ensure quality patient care during the operative procedure and is constantly on vigil for maintenance of the sterile field.
Diagnostic Imaging Tech I
The DI Tech I operates radiology equipment to produce radiographic images of specified areas of the body and performs related technical x-ray procedures, in accordance with recommended radiation safety practices. Technologist will prepare exam rooms, equipment, supplies, and medications. The technologist will be expected to communicate effectively and professionally with patients, physicians, and intra- and inter-departmentally situations.Ì_
Diagnostic Imaging Tech II
This position is responsible for obtaining high quality CT studies. Must be able to start IV’s effectively and consistently. In this position employee will be required to administer oral and IV contrast. Will be responsible for daily QC on equipment. Must adhere to Diagnostic Imaging policies and procedures and flex to accommodate volumes. High accountability for patient safety.Ì_
EMT - Basic
Primarily responsible for providing emergency care and transportation of the sick and injured in accordance with established protocols, BSA Health System Policies and Department Guidelines. Responds to emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured. Determines the nature & extent of the patient’s condition and provides appropriate emergency care & transports patient when necessary.
MLT - Medical Lab Technician
The MLT rotates in the various sections of the clinical laboratory as assigned, performs special procedures as required in a medical laboratory which may include, but is not limited to, hematology, special chemistry, chemistry, blood bank, microbiology, serology, and urinalysis. They will also solve practical problems, deal with a variety of issues and interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written or oral form.
Provision and documentation of examinations, evaluations, establish functional OT diagnosis, prognoses and plans of care including formulation of treatment goals, providing occupational therapy intervention to patients, measuring and reporting outcomes and formulating and carrying out discharge plans.Ì_Ì_Supervision of licensed and non-licensed assigned staff or students.Ì_Ì_Interact and practice in collaboration with other professionals.Ì_Individuals must comply with the Texas Occupational Therapy Practice Acts and Rules.
The Paramedic is responsible for responding to emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured, and transports the patient to a medical facility. Determine the nature & extent of the patient’s condition. Provides appropriate emergency care & transports patient when necessary. Assess injuries and renders emergency medical care to injured or ill individuals. Transport injured or sick individuals to medical facility.Ì_
Patient Care Technician
The Patient Care Technician is responsible for the direct and indirect patient care duties assigned to them by the Registered Nurse, following the policies and procedures of the institution.Ì_The Patient Care Technician will assist with patient care and comfort, hygiene and ADL’s (Activities of Daily Living) including bed baths, restroom assistance and linen changes, nutrition, mobility, transport, and ensure patient safety with prompt response to patient request and call lights.Ì_The Patient Care Tech will assist with the management and flow of the unit by assisting with admits, discharges, transfer/transport patients, electronic patient documentation, answers telephones, collect and delivers specimens.Ì_