Location: Portland , ME

Registered Respiratory Therapist

LOCATION: PORTLAND, ME

Respiratory Therapist- Adult Critical Care

Hiring experienced Respiratory Therapist in Portland, ME. This is a 13 week contract with possible extension.

Position: Contract Respiratory Therapist

Location: Portland, ME

Length of Contract: 13 weeks

Job Description:

Respiratory therapists assess individuals to prevent, detect, monitor and manage disease and complications. Respiratory therapists provide therapeutic interventions to directly impact cardiopulmonary health as well as overall health status according to established goals and interdisciplinary care plans. Respiratory therapists provide education to promote preventative care, self management, enhanced cardiopulmonary health and quality of life. Performs regular assessments of patients and the equipment they are using in order to adjust therapy. Collect and/or analyzes patients' blood and other specimens to determine levels of oxygen, carbon dioxide and other gases. Measures the patient's lung capacity to determine if there are any impairments. Offers diagnosis results and treatment suggestions based on the analysis of the patient.

  • RRT
  • ME License
  • ACLS, BLS
  • 2 years of recent experience
  • Adult critical care
  • 12 hour day / night shift available

 

For any further information, please contact!

Elizabeth Maxwell
National Account Executive

813-207-2876
Elizabeth.Maxwell@sunbeltstaffing.com

#SunbeltStafffing #Respiratory #RRT

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