Location: Atlanta, GA

Perfusionist-Georgia

 


 

 

Specialty:

Cardio OR (Cardiovascular Operating Room)

Certifications: 

BLS

Start Date:

ASAP

Shift:

Days

Shift Length:

12 hours

 

 

Assignment Length:

17 weeks

Notes:

Call Requirement – One Perfusionist on call at a time.  Call consists of one week, every third week.

 

What is call response time?   30 Minutes

 

Holidays  On call when Operating room is closed with exception for emergent cases.

 

Surgeon Availability: 24/7

 

Depending on case load, the Perfusionist coming off call Monday morning will be the early in/out person arrive at 6am if a heart surgery is scheduled Monday/Wednsday/Friday, and second in Tuesday/Thursday.  Second perfusionist will arrive at 8:30am M/W/F, and first in T/T.  The call perfusionist starts at 11am.  Each perfusionist is expected to remain until the schedule allows for dismissal in order of arrival.

 

Common diagnosis / Types of patients:  Case load is a mix of CABG, Valves, Root Replacements, Cardiac Anomalies (adult).  Convergent, TAVR coverage.  Occasional trauma cases.

 

Common Type of Equipment used:  Current equipment includes Sorin/LivaNova S-5 Heart-Lung Machines with CP-5 Centrifugal Pump, Sorin/LivaNova 3T Heater/Coolers, Medtronic Autolog Cell Savers.  Maquet CS100 IABPs.

 

Additional Notes:  Responsibilities also include maintenance of Perfusion Department equipment and stock items.  Charting and documentation of all perfusion related items.

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