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The critical care technician (CCT) is a certified and/or licensed technician and is part of the Intensive Care or ED Department patient care team who collaboratively works in a complementary and assistive role with nursing. The CCT performs a variety of RN delegated tasks under the supervision of the Registered Nurse. The CCT assists the nursing staff in providing patient care in accordance with training, competence and skill. The CCT is knowledgeable of and follows all hospital policies and procedures and consistently assists the patient care team with maintaining a clean, well-organized, adequately stocked and safe patient environment. The CCT may also perform all unit clerk/clerical duties for the unit.
High School Diploma or GED required.Previous experience as a CNA, Certified Medical Assistant, Patient Care Tech, EMT, or Paramedic highly preferred.Acute-care hospital patient care experience highly preferred.Current AHA BLS certification required.Current Texas certification as a C.N.A., Patient Care Tech or Medical Assistant required.If an EMT or Paramedic, current certification preferred.
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