Swedish Medical Center is looking for a Resident Respiratory Care Practitioner \(0\.9, Night Shift\) to work in Respiratory Therapy at Swedish First Hill in Seattle, WA\.
The Resident Respiratory Care Practitioner is responsible for setting up and operating various types of respiratory care equipment to be used in the diagnosis and treatment of respiratory disease and/or illness\.
In this position you will:
Explain purpose and procedure of treatments, tests, and equipment to patients\.
Record all pertinent information of treatments and patient response to treatments on respiratory care records and patient chart\.
Assess patients for appropriateness of therapy utilizing management guidelines and protocols; contact physician to make or suggest changes in therapy
Active member of the American Association of Respiratory Care \(AARC\)
About the First Hill Campus
The 697\-bed tertiary\-care center on the Swedish/First Hill campus is the flagship of the Swedish health\-care system\. Swedish/First Hill has one of the most active and advanced birthing programs in Washington state and houses a Level III neonatal intensive\-care unit\. More surgeries are performed each year at Swedish/First Hill than at any other facility in the region; volumes include more total joint replacements than any other medical center in the state\.
We offer a full comprehensive range of benefits — see our website for details
Our Non\-Profit Mission: Improve the health and well\-being of each person we serve\.
Since 1910, Swedish has been a hallmark of excellence\. Swedish has grown to become the largest non\-profit health provider in the Greater Seattle area with 11,000 employees, more than 2,800 physicians and 1,700 volunteers\. Swedish is committed to being the best place to receive care, and also the best place to work\. We reward our employees with generous compensation and benefits, individualized orientation, education and a supportive work environment\. Swedish is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer\. Swedish does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, protected veteran, military status, religion, age, creed, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law\.