Respiratory Therapist: St Raphael Campus
Company: Yale New Haven Health
Location: New Haven
Posted on: March 21, 2020
To be part of our organization, every employee should understand
and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our
Values. These values - integrity, patient-centered, respect,
accountability, and compassion - must guide what we do, as
individuals and professionals, every day.
The Respiratory Therapist I is a health care professional who is a
graduate of a Program in Respiratory Care approved by the committee
on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) and is licensed by
the State of Connecticut as a Respiratory Care Practitioner. The
Therapist I performs a variety of clinical activities in the
assessment, treatment and education of the patient with respiratory
problems. The Therapist I actively supports and serves as a
resource to the other members of the patient care team. The
Therapist I supports departmental and interdepartmental quality
* 1. Clinical Application of Respiratory Care: Functions
efficiently, resourcefully and skillfully in providing patients
optimum age-specific respiratory care.
* 1.1 Assesses patient's pulmonary status employing basic skills,
which include reviewing the medical chart, patient interview,
physical examination, and interpretation of blood gases.
Demonstrates proficiency and consistency with all assessment
skills, including interpretation of x-ray and blood gases, RAW, CL
graphic displays, etc. Demonstrates knowledge and interpretation of
diagnostic procedures such as PPD, overnight oximetry, peak flow,
arterial puncture, sputum induction.
* 2. Documentation and Written communication: Contributes to
effective communication within the department through documentation
of services administered, changes in patients clinical status, and
* 2.1 Records all care provided via electronic medical record
accurately. Identifies patient on written documents by using MRUN
and patient labels as required by department and hospital policy .
Notes consistently include ABGs, patient assessment, weaning
assessment, and parameters. Maintains patient confidentiality with
* 3. Consultation and Collaboration and Oral Communication:
Communicates clearly and appropriately with co-workers.
Demonstrates a cooperative team spirit, effectively contributing to
excellence of patient care.
* 3.1 Patient report information is appropriate and conveys current
patient status. Gives report using SBAR format and attentively,
courteously accepts report in order to facilitate transition from
one shift to the next. Accurately, completely, and concisely gives
a safe hand off for all relevant clinical information on patient's
clinical course and status.
* 4. Self-Development, Professionalism and Leadership - Assumes
responsibility for maintaining clinical competency through
continuing education, professional growth, and development.
* 4.1 Assumes responsibility for professional self-development.
Keeps self-informed about current trends within the profession and
new procedures/equipment in the department. Requests inservices as
appropriate to maintain competencies for equipment and procedures.
Maintains membership in AARC, NBRC and Connecticut Thoracic Society
or demonstrates other active participation in profession.
Graduation from an accredited program of Respiratory Care, current
active license by the State of Connecticut as a Respiratory Care
Practitioner and NBRC Registry Examination eligibility. NBRC
Registration, Bachelor of Science Degree preferred. * Respiratory
therapists employed by YNHH effective 9/12/2012 as a result of the
acquisition of the Hospital of Saint Raphael may meet educational
requirements with an active CT license as a Respiratory Care
Practitioner and demonstration of current competencies.
This is an entry level position for new grads plus those with some
experience in critical care or neonatal environments.
CT RCP License
Competent in the basic operation and application of respiratory
care equipment. Excellent oral and written communication. Excellent
organizational skills. Ability to work under stressful conditions.
Excellent interpersonal skills. Computer literacy on a PC.
Experienced Respiratory Therapists and New Graduates
St Raphael Campus
Available shifts: 36 hr straight 12 hour PMs
Respiratory Therapy at Yale New Haven Hospital
Check out our numbers!
* 1500 beds -2 acute care campuses
* 200,000 therapies annually
* 150 Therapists
* Care for - 70 ventilated patients /day, including neonates,
children and adults
* 7 Adult ICUs, 1 Pediatric ICU, 1 Neonatal ICU
* 2 Adult EDs and 1 Pediatric ED, including Level 1 Trauma
Advance Lung Center Adult and Pediatric Cystic Fibrosis Center
Pulmonary Functions Intermittent therapies and ventilator
Nitric Oxide administration Neonatal Ground Transport/ Attendance
at high risk deliveries
Tuition assistance for formal continuing education up to
Clinical Ladder Clinical research opportunities
On site education programs
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