Registered Respiratory Therapist (Acute) NS
Requisition #: 190977
Location: Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore, MD 21201
Work Shift: Night Shift
Work Week: Full Time Nursing (36 hours)
Weekend Work Required: Yes
Date Posted: Aug. 6, 2019
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Respiratory Therapists at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center work in four core teams:
- Main Hospital-Acute Care Adults and Pediatrics, which includes five separate adult ICUs (medical, cardiac, surgical, neuro, burn); adult ED and Peds/Peds ED; member of code, rapid response and trauma teams
- Neonatal-NICU team
- Specialty Hospital-Vent Rehab team
- Pulmonary Rehab.
Our therapists: offer high quality care with an interdisciplinary team approach. Highlights include multidisciplinary rounds, jet ventilation and nitric oxide therapy in the NICU, ICU protocols, Peds Asthma protocol, undiluted bronchodilator continuous nebulizer therapy using vibrating mesh technology, ICU JHB-RBRS (respiratory bounce back risk score) assessments, State Asthma Camp involvement, and other community benefit activities throughout the year.
We offer: a comprehensive structured orientation, including extended orientation for new grads. After orientation completion, our staff enjoy a self-scheduling process to assist with work-life balance. Staff appreciate the strong support from leadership, dept.-sponsored annual CEU conferences, recognition awards, and value a work environment comprised of close working relationships with each other and the multidisciplinary team.
The Registered Respiratory Therapist is responsible for providing direct patient respiratory care treatments, and assisting in evaluating patients with respiratory illness. Include but not limited to: Respiratory therapy in various critical care units, general respiratory care, emergency room, ventilator management, CPAP/BIPAP, 02 Therapy, CPT, Aerosolized medications, CPR/code team, and computerized documentation.
Full Time, 36 hours per week
7:00pm-7:30am, weekend work required, on-call required
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Respiratory Adult Care
- A minimum of six (6) months of previous experience. Minimum of 1 year critical care preferred (may include clinical rotation experience if new grad.
- ABG experience highly desirable.
- Associates degree in respiratory therapy or closely related field is required Must be a graduate of an AMA approved school of Respiratory Therapy
- Must have current AHA Basic Life Support (BLS). Must obtain Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification within 1 year of hire date and remain current during employment.
- Registration by the National Board of Respiratory Care (NBRC) as a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) is required. Must be licensed by the Maryland State Board of Physician Quality Assurance.
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