Job Title: Executive Director of Operations
Hours: Full-time/80 hours every 2 weeks
Job Summary: Provides insightful and dynamic leadership and management of the day to day operations of McPherson Center for Health. Advances organizational awareness and compliance with all elements of the mission. Serves as a resource to the CEO and the Board of Trustees to provide perspectives on the hospital’s performance and the operational implications of alternative business strategies.
Essential Accountabilities:

  • Hospital Leadership - Organizes and oversees the activities of assigned hospital departments to ensure smooth management and compliance with federal, state and local rules and regulations and other legislative directives consistent with ensuring a successful hospital and the achievement of all satisfactory state survey operations. Monitors the local delivery system needs, and identified and prioritizes opportunities to expand McPherson Center for Health’s services. Provides administrative oversight for several hospital departments which may include: Plant Operations/Facilities, Food Service, Materials Management, Environmental Services, Rehabilitation, EMS, and Information Technology. Acts as the hospital’s safety officer.
  • Leadership Development - Recruits and motivates a first rate management team whose breadth and depth will accommodate McPherson’s growth. Coaches and mentors leaders. Implements effective educational programs for subordinates. Cultivates and nurtures creative leaders, encouraging them to explore and research new ideas and alternatives instead of defaulting to business as usual. Inspires system thinking and drives accountability for operational success down into the organization.
  • Quality of Care/Clinical Performance. Cultivates a culture that ensures superb quality of care and continuously improving patient satisfaction. Acts as the executive champion for patient satisfaction results and improvements.
  • Internal Communications - Keeps the Board, physicians and staff informed about current trends and issues affecting healthcare in general and McPherson Center for Health specifically. Works with the CEO, other executives and members of the medical staff on day to day operations problems; attends medical staff and board meetings.
  • Strategic Planning - Works as a member of the Senior Leadership Team to formulate long range plans and programs. Analyzes organization needs and goals and ensures that the proper processes and plans are in place to ensure that those needs and goals are accomplished. Provides administrative oversight for building/renovation projects.
  • Financial Management - Working with the Chief Financial Officer, assesses McPherson Center for Health’s initiatives and facilitates change to achieve financial targets for quality patient care, including revenue and profitability targets. Approves department operating budgets to ensure an increase in value for McPherson Center for Health and monitors operational and capital performance relative to budget.
  • Public Relations - Engages community leadership in identifying community needs. Routinely supports and participates in McPherson Center for Health’s sponsored educational, communication and social activities; McPherson Center for Health sponsored community benefit activities and McPherson Center for Health’s fund development events. Develops and maintains strong business relationships with key people in the community so as to promote McPherson Center for Health as a quality, professional healthcare services organization.
  • Executive Team leadership - Provides support to the CEO and the Board, reviewing and approving new strategies or ideas, and providing insight and considerations associated with different approaches or alternatives. As a key member of the senior executive team, participates in McPherson Center for Health’s strategic planning efforts, brainstorming and decision-making. Reviews the management, governance, corporate and legal structures and considers alternative ways to reduce the bureaucracy of the decision-making process.

  • Leadership – Exceptional ability to instill confidence and provide direction to others. Leadership incorporates organization’s vision, strategic plans and goals. Mobilizes people’s energy and commitment. May give inspirational speeches, embody change, create coalitions, celebrate successes and tell stories.
  • Performance Excellence – Creates a learning environment leading to the most efficient and effective work processes. Positions and organization to take advantage of strategic opportunities.
  • Customer Orientation – Anticipates customer issues and questions and proactively contacts customers. Serves as a trusted resource to the customer in areas that go beyond our service offerings. Efforts may potentially lead or have led to the expansion of our business.
  • Holding People Accountable – Designs feedback loops into work. Consistently compares performance against standards. States consequences and confronts others openly and directly about performance challenges.
  • Planning and Organizing – Lists all initiatives to be addressed and weighs the relative importance of all before setting priorities. Routinely demonstrates strategic thinking in making plans for both long and short term objectives are consistent with organization goals. Applies experience and insight to anticipate potential disruptions and gives advance thought to contingency plans.


  • A graduate degree in Business or Healthcare Administration is preferred.


  • Ten years of experience in a supervisory role in a healthcare facility preferred.
  • FACHE preferred.



Job Title: Cook
Hours: Full-time/80 hours every 2 weeks
Shift: Days and Every other weekend/holiday
Description: We are proud of not serving typical "hospital" food. This position will cover morning Clerk, as well as preparing/serving/cleaning up breakfast, lunch, and supper. Training is done 1 position at a time until you are confident in it.

    Job Requirements Include:

    • Reading and following recipes
    • Preparing meals for inpatients, meals on wheels, and cafeteria
    • Doing prep work for upcoming day
    • Cleanliness
    • Works well in a fast paced, friendly environment
    • Other duties as assigned
    • Food service experience preferred, but not required.
    • Must be a team player and work well with others
    • Good communication skills(speaking, writing, spelling, reading, etc...)
    • Basic math functions (addition, subtraction, fractions, etc..)


    Job Title: Food Service Worker
    Shift: Weekends/9am-3pm
    Hours: Part-time/24 hours every 2 weeks

    • Prepare Salad Bar
    • Run cash register
    • Serve lunch
    • Wash dishes
    • Other duties as assigned


Emergency Room

Job Title: RN
Hours: PRN(as needed)
Shift: Any
Job Requirements Include:

  • Works in the Emergency Department/Trauma Care environment
  • Documents concerns, findings, and actions, implementing appropriate plan of care related to patient's diagnosis for continuity of care
  • Assess patient's condition continuously monitoring changes in status physical findings, vital signs, and coping skills ensuring appropriate care is given related to patient needs
  • Maintain a current knowledge of care and procedure's for the emergency and trauma patient including an understanding of facility policies, and state and federal laws to provide optimal care for the patient
  • Current RN license in the state of Kansas
  • Hospital experience in ER required



Job Title: Paramedic Lieutenant
Hours: Full-time/Rotating 24 hour shifts
Job Summary: In the absence of, or as assigned by the Shift Captain, responsible for planning, coordinating, and supervising shift personnel, equipment, and station activities on an assigned shift to ensure high quality patient care to the citizens of McPherson city and county.
Essential Job Accountabilities:

  • Responsible to ensure proper emergency medical care and ambulance transportation is provided.
  • Ensure the effective planning, coordination, utilization, and supervision of shift personnel to provide quality patient care to the citizens of McPherson city and county.
  • Ensure EMS vehicles, garage, offices, and living quarters are kept clean and orderly to project a professional image. Regularly inspect and tour EMS offices and vehicles to ensure their readiness.
  • Review patient care reports (PCR), billing sheets, response logbook, equipment, and maintenance repair sheets to ensure accuracy, completeness, and compliance with department policies.
  • Oversee daily maintenance of EMS vehicles, garages, offices, medical and communication equipment, and replacement of supplies and equipment to ensure department readiness.
  • Ensure daily duties and monthly vehicle and equipment inventories are performed.
  • Communicate all relevant data to the oncoming shift at shift end in order to maintain good communication with everyone.
  • 2-3 years preferred with McPherson EMS as an Paramedic
  • Current certification as a Paramedic issued by the Kansas Board of EMS is required.
  • Current BLS Healthcare Provider certification issued by AHA is required.
  • Current ACLS, PALS, PHTLS, AMLS, PEPP, NRP, and CEVO certification is preferred.


None at this time


Job Title: Financial Analyst
Hours: Full-time/80 hours every 2 weeks
Job Summary: The Financial Analyst will take on the responsibility of reconciling all aspects of the daily AR and Non-AR receipt postings as well as end of month and end of year duties.
Essential Accountabilities:

  • Prepare daily EFT bank deposit information for posting payments to patient accounts.
  • Daily balancing of all posting.
  • Support other departments in efforts of maintaining accurate patient accounts.
  • Manage and comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and tax filings.
  • Additional analytical duties as necessary.
  • Process and document the daily closing.
  • Prepare monthly statistical data for reporting.
  • Support month-end and year-end close process, as well as to provide backup accounts payable support.
  • Ensure quality control over financial transactions and financial reporting.
  • Attends required staff/department/organization’s meeting
  • Demonstrates strong, clear communication skills.
  • Maintains confidentiality as required by HIPPA regulations.
  • Participates in the professional development of self and team members.


  • High School Graduate or equivalent
  • Associates degree in Accounting or Business preferred


  • Proven 2 years work experience in a medical office or hospital setting.
  • Proven 2 years experience with daily balancing and reconciliations


Fitness Center

None at this time

H.I.M. - Health Information Management

Job Title: Director of Health Information Management / HIPAA Privacy Officer
Hours: Full-time/80 hours every 2 weeks
Job Summary: The Health Information Management Director is responsible for planning, developing, and administering health information systems throughout the facility to ensure compliance with accrediting and regulatory agencies. In addition, the HIM Director acts as the HIPAA Privacy Officer for the facility and oversees all on going activities related to the development, implementation, maintenance, and adherence to the organizations policies and procedures to ensure the privacy of, and access to, patient health information in compliance with federal and state laws.
Essential Job Accountabilities:

  • Supervises Health Information Management personnel and assigns duties to ensure accurate and timely completion of transcription, coding, and all aspects of record management (assembly, abstracting, storage, and release).
  • Develops, maintains, and enforces health information management policies and procedures to comply with state and federal regulations, as well as McPherson Hospital policies and procedures.
  • Analyzes the department’s needs and establishes objectives to address those needs, ensuring the consistency with organizational initiatives. Ensures proper processes are in place to accomplish the objectives.
  • Recruits and retains employees whose knowledge, commitment and work ethic will contribute to McPherson Hospital’s growth. Promotes continuing education and works with employees to identify personal goals, expectations, and accountabilities. Advances employee satisfaction and morale by listening and empowering.
  • Prepares annual budget requests for the department and carefully manages budgeted resources, thereby contributing to the financial viability of McPherson Hospital.
  • Actively participates in hospital-wide performance improvement activities. Identifies opportunities to continuously improve and acts to achieve results.
  • Monitors changes in federal and state laws, as well as accreditation standards, to promote organizational readiness for compliance with new health information management and privacy regulations.
  • Ensures organizational compliance with applicable privacy requirements as the HIPAA Privacy Officer. This accountability may be shared with Human Resources, Administration, and legal counsel, as appropriate.
    • Minimum Associates’ degree in Health Information Management or equivalent formal training program.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Health Information Management administration or comparable degree program preferred.
    Licensure / Certification:
    • Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) or Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA).
    • Three to five years managerial experience preferred.
    • Knowledge of ICD-10 CM, ICD-10 PCS, and CPT coding systems, computer/word processing experience, knowledge of medical terminology, state and federal regulations, as well as HIPAA privacy.
    • Good communication, organization, and management skills are also required.

Hospitalist Physician

None at this time


Job Title: Floor Technician/Housekeeper
Hours: Full-time/Evenings/80 hours every 2 weeks
Job Summary: The Housekeeper / Floor Technician (Technician) performs, coordinates, and/or assists with hard-surface floor and carpet cleaning maintenance and other housekeeping routines and projects throughout the Hospital. Overall, the Technician assists with departmental goals to ensure a safe, secure, and comfortable environment for patients, visitors, and staff.
Job Description:

  • Utilizing housekeeping program products and procedures, the Technician assesses and identifies the appropriated application of products and methods to maintain clean and slip-resistant floor conditions.
  • Independently completes routine floor maintenance such as, hard-surface dry/wet mopping and auto-scrubbing and carpet spotting and extraction.
  • Performs periodic hard-surface floor maintenance such as scrubbing and finish re-coating and finish stripping and refinishing.
  • Independently monitors indoor environments for un-safe conditions involving flooring (slip/trip hazards), general housekeeping up-keep and environmental conditions for the continual and safe operation of assigned areas throughout the Hospital.
  • Demonstrates effective use of time management skills in completing maintenance routines to minimize downtime and impact on user departments and traffic flow.
  • Ensures floor maintenance equipment is properly cleaned after each project, providing for time at the end of each shift for equipment maintenance.
  • Abides by and ensures all compliance measures and policies are followed by "self" monitoring for safe work practices in the following areas: proper and consistent use of personal protective equipment; proper dilution and application of cleaning chemicals; safe use of electrical power equipment; safe lifting and transporting; storage/handling of bio-waste material.
  • Monitors supply usage by demonstrating proper dilution rates (manufacturer suggested) are being followed and that the correct equipment (i.e. pads, brushed, equipment rpm) is being applied to maintain finishes.
Job Requirements:
  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • One to Two years of housekeeping/floor maintenance experience preferred
  • Can read/retrieve accurate information from product labeling and manufacturer specifications and material safety data sheets
  • Continuously stand/walk or lift/handle/carry material or equipment of moderate weight (20 to 50 lbs.)

Human Resources

None at this time

Infection Control/Employee Health

None at this time

Information Systems

None at this time


Intensive Care Unit

Job Title: RN
Hours: Full-time/Nights/72 Hours every 2 weeks
Hours: PRN opportunities available
Job Requirements Include:

  • Possesses excellent critical care skills to plan care, implement interventions, and evaluate for optimum outcomes
  • Demonstrates ability to interpret cardiac rhythms and treat according to ACLS protocol
  • Possesses organizational and time management skills
  • Possesses excellent communication skills
  • Current RN license in the state of Kansas
  • Hospital experience in ICU required
  • ACLS, PALS & BLS verification required within 6 months of hiring


Job Title: Phlebotomist
Shift: Days/Evenings/Weekends
Hours: Full-time/80 hours every 2 weeks Job Summary: Collects, processes, and delivers specimens to appropriate sections of the Laboratory for testing as ordered by the Physician. Actively participates in outstanding customer service.
Job Requirements Include:

  • Greets and assists patients entering the waiting room and laboratory in a manner that is helpful, friendly, courteous and kind so patient satisfaction is achieved.
  • Establishes proficiency in collecting clinical specimens by veins puncture, finger and heel sticks without complication to ensure proper results are reported.
  • Maintain a well-stocked and clean station to minimize health risks and to present to the public that the laboratory provides exceptional service.
  • Organize lab results from reference labs, pathology reports, etc., so that physician offices, business office and medical records receive complete and accurate results without delay.
  • Coordinates with the laboratory phone calls on all laboratory extensions so that communication is not delayed.
  • Assist in scheduling patients for lab appointments
  • Assist in COVID 19 sample collections
  • ASCP or AMT Phlebotomy license preferred.
  • Experience in Hospital setting preferred.
  • Must be very flexible with hours some evening and weekend work will apply.
  • Must be very flexible with location there will be cross training with main hospital lab and Clinic lab.

Medical/Surgical Unit

Job Title: Medical/Surgical Unit Registered Nurse
Hours: Full-time/72 hours every 2 weeks (7p-7a)
Hours: Part-time/60 hours every 2 weeks (7p-7a)
Job Summary for a Medical/Surgical Unit Registered Nurse: Directs patient care using critical care skills to determine appropriate nursing diagnosis, planning and implementing interventions and evaluating outcome for optimum patient outcome.

  • Plans for and provides direct patient care by using the nursing process with knowledge of hospital policies in order to accomplish goals for the delivery of nursing care.
  • Follows CMS guidelines to assure that indicators are met, thus improving patient outcome.
  • Follows established protocols for narcotic and other medication administration, ensuring the 6 right of medication administration are met.
  • Provides patient teaching according to the plan of care, beginning discharge planning at the time of admission.
  • Communicates pertinent information related to patient's condition to inform physicians, additional staff and/or ancillary departments of changes, needs, and/or plan of care.
  • Documents findings, concerns, actions and outcomes related to patient's diagnosis for continuity of care.
  • Current Registered Nurse license in the state of Kansas


Job Title: CNA or CMA
Open Hours: Full-time/ Nights/72 hours every 2 weeks
Job Requirements Include:

  • Obtains vital signs to ensure stability of patients
  • Distributes meals and documents patient consumption including input and output to ensure nutrition is offered and balance of fluid levels is recorded
  • Administers and provides appropriate personal hygiene including bathing, dressing, and grooming to establish a clean living environment and encourage self esteem
  • Establishes safe, comfortable, and therapeutic environment to promote patient healing
  • Responds quickly to call lights to determine necessary action and recruits help if needed to deliver prompt care for patient comfort and to address patient needs
  • Communicates with the nursing staff to develop positive interactions and a pleasant coordination of care
  • Must have valid CNA license in the state of Kansas


Job Title: RN
Shift: All Shifts
Hours: PRN
Job Requirements Include:

  • Current RN license in the state of Kansas

    Nursing Administration

    None at this time

    Obstetrics/Mother and Baby

    Job Title: RN
    Shift: Nights
    Hours: Full-time/72 hours every 2 weeks
    Job Requirements Include:

    • Current RN license in the state of Kansas
    • Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required or must complete BLS certification within the first two weeks of employment
    • Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP) certification required of must complete within the first 60 days of employment.
    • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification required or must obtain within the first six months of employment
    • Labor and Delivery, postpartum and nursery experience required.


    Job Title: RN
    Shift/Hours: PRN opportunities available
    Job Requirements Include:

    • Current RN license in the state of Kansas
    • Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required or must complete BLS certification within the first two weeks of employment
    • Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP) certification required of must complete within the first 60 days of employment.
    • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification required or must obtain within the first six months of employment
    • Labor and Delivery, postpartum and nursery experience required.

    Patient Financial Services

    None at this time


    None at this time

    Primary Care Clinics

    Title: Licensed Practical Nurse - Clinic
    Department: McPherson Medical and Surgical Associates
    Hours: Full-time/72 hours every 2 weeks
    Job Summary:

      The LPN functions under the supervision and guidance of the Nursing Supervisor or Provider and participates in the multi-disciplinary process of providing care and treatment to patients and provides clinical support and technical assistance to the professional medical and other staff. Provides the highest attainable quality of individualized nursing care for each patient to ensure a safe and therapeutic environment in which the patient's physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs are assessed and met during any stage of illness.
    Essential Job Accountabilities:
    • Consistent patient centered, caring disposition is a must for this position
    • Knowledgeable of the scope of practice for all nursing disciplines as described by the Nursing Practice Act
    • Demonstrates the ability to effectively organize and prioritize work and utilize available resources to assist with efficient patient flow in the clinic
    • Demonstrates understanding of appropriate nurse to provider ratios, skill levels, and cost effectiveness strategies
    • Actively assists with routine clinic tasks. Utilizes established methods to ensure consistency in maintaining emergency supplies, stock medications, immunizations, forms, sterile instrument inventory, equipment, and appropriate exam room inventory, etc.
    • Assists in the orientation and education of new nursing employees
    • Utilizes the health center Performance Improvement processes in identifying the center needs related to any aspect of patient care and customer service
    • Demonstrates flexibility in work roles and schedules to meet the changing needs of the center
    • Maintains awareness of new information applicable to job, i.e. policies, meeting minutes, procedures, memos, and protocols
    • Utilizes slow time constructively to enhance center operations and assists other departments when time and workload permits
    • Maintains professional appearance; follows established dress code
    • Promptly informs supervisor of real or potential clinic problems
    • Maintains confidentiality of patients and staff
    • Ability to identify own areas of needed improvement, and formulates goals to work toward.
    • Utilizes appropriate methods to deal with stressful situations
    • Understands and supports organizational goals
    • Meets work schedules, fulfills responsibilities and commitments, i.e. attendance, punctuality, dependability, initiative, productivity and efficiency.
      • Direct and Indirect Patient Care / Clinic Responsibilities:
        • Follows protocol and perform accurate and thorough work-ups and check-ins of all patients
        • Accurately assesses current status as well as preventive health status and communicates needs to provider
        • Assists with patient education based on assessment of patient needs and clinic standards of nursing care and documents in patient record
        • Provides skilled nursing care as demonstrated by safely and accurately performing technical skills (sterile dressings, EKGs, pulmonary treatments, etc.) and the safe, accurate administration of medications, IV fluids, and immunizations
        • Anticipates the needs of providers related to patient visits, and assists providers with patient care
        • Assumes role of advocate to ensure health needs are met including responding to patient phone messages and requests in a timely and professional manner
        • Documents all provider orders, nursing actions, and interventions on patient record consistent with organizational policies
        • Assists with triage patients on-site and via telephone for appropriateness and timeliness of care per provider preference
        • Knowledgeable of and follows all established Infection Control guidelines and OSHA standards and participates in staff training events
        • Performs proper handling and labeling of all test samples according to organizational policies
        • Keeps patients/families informed of situations that affect patient's clinic visit; i.e. extended waiting times, seeing provider other than originally scheduled, etc.
        • Able to perform effectively and appropriately in emergency situations
        • Performs other duties as assigned or requested
        • One to two years Clinic experience preferred
        • Current LPN license in the state of Kansas
        • BLS verification within 6 months of hiring

    Plant Operations

    None at this time

    Quality Improvement

    Job Title: Nurse Clinical Data Abstractor
    Hours: Full-time/80 hours every 2 weeks
    Job Summary: The Nurse Clinical Data Abstractor is responsible for working to gather and organize data from clinical sources, including retrospective and concurrent medical record abstraction; accomplishing data acquisition in accordance with department timelines; communicating with others in the department and hospital when issues pertaining to data quality and/or clinical documentation quality and/or clinical care arise; preparing reports based on data abstraction; maintaining a level of data acquisition reliability and accuracy that is in accordance with regulatory and department standards.
    Job Description:

    • Completes abstraction process for all hospital quality data measures
    • Responsible for meeting all submission deadlines to maintain compliance with accrediting and regulatory agencies to avoid issues with transmission or data integrity.
    • Adhere to changes in regulatory and accrediting clinical data reporting requirements.
    • Understand new or changed requirements to attain compliance with applicable regulatory and accrediting body data collection and submission requirements.
    • Works collaboratively with hospital staff to achieve the required results for quality patient care and accurate documentation for data abstraction and submission.
    • Enters abstracted data into databases for electronic transmission to third-party vendors and subsequent transmission to CMS.
    • Informs hospital staff of variances as appropriate and updates department directors when significant trends appear in the data.
    • Supports use of tools and methods for improvement methodologies.
    • Accepts other job duties as delegated.


        Minimum Required:
      • Registered as an LPN in the State of Kansas or
      • Registered as an RN in the State of Kansas

      • Minimum 1 year of hospital or related experience as an RN or 3 years as an LPN.
      • Minimum 1 year of hospital or related experience as an RN or 3 years as an LPN.
      • Core Measure and data abstraction experience preferred.
      • Experience with report building and graphic presentation
      • Familiar with medical records and billing/documentation practices


      Job Title: Medical Social Worker/Care Manager
      Hours: Part-time/40 hours every 2 weeks
      Job Summary: The Medical Social Worker – Care Manager will serve as a member of the multi-disciplinary team who fosters communication and facilitates care along a continuum through effective resource coordination. The Social Worker will be responsible for assisting in providing crisis intervention for patients including assessment of behavioral problems and psychosocial needs in the Acute and Emergency Department setting.
      Job Requirements Include:

      • Advocacy and Education – Serves as a patient advocate for needed services and any needed education.
      • Continuity/Transition Management – Collaborates with providers to ensure the patient is at the appropriate level of admission
      • Utilization/Financial Management – Manages resource utilization and reimbursement for services ensuring compliance with insurance and CMS regulations; serves as a subject matter expert.
      • Performance, Quality and Outcomes Management – Monitors, and if needed, intervenes to achieve desired goals and outcomes for both the patient and the hospital.
      • Psychosocial Management – Assesses and addresses psychosocial needs including individual, familial, environmental, etc.
      • Research and Practice Development – Identifies practice improvements and uses evidence-based data to influence needed practice changes
      • Supports an environment that encourages information sharing, team–based resolutions, cross-training, and process improvement within the area and across organization boundaries.
      • Reports routinely to the Director of Quality Improvement to communicate needs and current agenda in timely fashion.
      • A Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work with a minimum of one year experience.
      • Effective verbal and written communication skills including EMR documentation
      • Good knowledge of access to local community and state-wide resources
      • Experience in team management, strong organization and problem-solving skills
      • BSW/LCSW


    None at this time

    Respiratory Care

    None at this time

    Surgical Services

    Job Title: Surgical Technologist
    Shift: Days, plus call
    Hours: Full-time/40 hours per week plus call
    Job Summary: The surgical technologist handles the instruments, supplies, and equipment necessary during the surgical procedure.
    Job Requirements Include:

    • Gathers, checks and opens supplies and equipment needed for the surgical procedure.
    • Performs the surgical scrub, and donning gown and gloves.
    • Sets up the sterile back table and stand with instruments, supplies, equipment, and medications/solutions needed for the procedure.
    • Performs initial instrument, sharps and sponge counts with the circulator.
    • Assists the team members with gowning and gloving.
    • Assists with draping the patient and establishing the sterile field.
    • Participates in the surgical site and patient verification during the time out procedure.
    • Prepares and anticipates additional instrumentation, equipment and supplies for usage during the procedure.
    • Minimum of one to two years’ experience in the operating room environment preferred.
    • Certification as a Surgical Tech is required

    Urgent Care

    None at this time