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Unit Secretary/Technologist (PRN)

Department: Emergency Room

Minimum Requirements

CNA certification preferred, but not required. Medical terminology a plus, previous healthcare experience helpful. At least (1) year experience as secretary or Administrative Assistant preferred. Previous hospital experience preferred, but not required. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends.

Job Duties

The Unit Secretary will serve as a receptionist, perform clerical duties, processes physician orders and schedule/coordinate patient tests and procedures on the nursing unit. You must be able to communicate well with customers and patients of all ages. Must be able to register patients to the hospital, including the customers billing information and filling out the appropriate computer and paper information correctly. Obtain all appropriate signatures on the face sheet and admission papers.

The ER tech provides basic patient care to promote cleanliness, safety, and comfort of all patients: infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric. Performs duties as directed by nursing staff to meet the needs established by the nursing process. The ER tech provides a range of patient care including: obtains vital signs; monitors and records patient intakes and outputs; answers call lights; assists staff with splinting, dressings including ace wraps; collects stool and urine specimens; assists patients with ambulation; toilet needs; assist with post-mortem care; Provides or assists with basic patient care. Notifies RN or physician of change in patient condition. Efficient in using EMR and T System. Notify ancillary departments of new orders. Assist in arranging consults and transfers. Follows all policies and procedures as established by WGH for patient care and confidentiality.

Job Type: PRN

Hours: PRN, less than 32 hours per pay. Occasional holidays and call.

Date Posted: 9/20/2022

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Radiology Tech (PRN)

Department: Radiology

Minimum Requirements

High School graduate or equivalent. Completion of course of study in radiologic technology from an AMA approved school. Registered as an American Registered Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) and licensed by Illinois Department of Nuclear Safety. Good background knowledge of anatomy and positioning. Understand basic principles of physics, electricity, and methods of exposure to obtain clearly defined radiographs. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends.

Job Duties

Radiological Technologist takes radiographs of various portions of the patient's body as requested by the patient's physician to assist the medical staff in detection of foreign bodies and diagnosis and injuries. The Radiological Technologist must have the minimum knowledge and abilities to provide service and care to patients and customers of all ages. The Technologist regulates the radiation controls under the ALARA standards. He/she understands the process in place operating the digital systems in radiology used for imaging, sending images, storing and reporting of images. Technologist will be required to assist with lifting or moving patients for proper positioning of exams ordered. Technologist will assist receptionist in answering the phone and scheduling necessary studies. Technologist understands workflow within department and basic hospital wide workflow and processes.

Job Type: PRN

Hours: PRN, less than 32 hours per pay period.8:00 am-4:30 pm, various days. Occasional weekends.

Date Posted: 9/20/2022

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Radiology/Ultrasound Tech (FT)

Department: Radiology

Minimum Requirements

High School graduate or equivalent. Completion of course of study in radiologic technology from an AMA approved school. Completion of an Allied Health program which qualifies the technologist to take the appropriate sonography registries: RDMS, RVT, RDCS. These additional registries are required for full reimbursement with Medicare. Echocardiography and vascular experience. Good background knowledge of anatomy and positioning. Understand basic principles of physics, electricity, and methods of exposure to obtain clearly defined radiographs. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends.

Job Duties

Ultrasound technologist must be willing to take call for Emergency call back studies. Ultrasound technologist is required to communicate closely with radiologist and physicians offices regarding studies, since ultrasound is so technologist dependent. Ultrasound/Radiological Technologist must have the minimum knowledge and abilities to provide service and care to patients and customers of all ages. She/he understands the process in place using the digital systems in radiology used for imaging, sending images, storing and reporting of images. Technologist understands workflow within department and basic hospital wide workflow and processes. Technologist abides by written dress code as described in the hospital and department policies. Patient Confidentiality is to be maintained at all times. Technologist follows policies and procedures for patient care as established by Wabash General Hospital. Employee must report injury immediately or mechanical problems of department director as soon as possible.

Job Type: FT

Hours: Full-time, 72 hours. Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-4:30 pm. Every 3rd holiday. On call every other week.

Date Posted: 9/20/2022

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Clinical Laboratory Section Supervisor (FT) $2,000 Sign-on Bonus

Department: Laboratory

Minimum Requirements

Graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited school of Clinical Laboratory Technologists preferred. Graduate with and Associate Degree from and accredited school of Clinical Laboratory Technician or documented equivalenting education, training, and/or experience accepted by CLIA.

Job Duties

The Clinical Laboratory Scientist must be a detailed oriented, self-motivated individual. The Laboratory Supervisor will be responsible for the day-to-day operations, managing quality assurance, and overseeing adherence to procedures and best practices in order to achieve safe operations. This critical position will also assist in staffing, training, competency assessment and implementation of a robust quality management system. The Laboratory Supervisor will participate in routine bench work, test validations, calibrations, and quality control. The Clinical Laboratory Scientist will report directly to the Laboratory Administrative Director.

Job Type: FT

Hours: Full-time: 80 hours. Rotating evening/night shift.

Date Posted: 9/20/2022

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Surgical Tech (FT)

Department: Surgery

Minimum Requirements

Graduate of an accredited School of Surgical Technologists or Operation Room Technicians. Current Certification as ORT-preferred. Current CPR certification. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends. Physical requirements include long periods of standing, lifting, stooping, bending, and pushing.

Job Duties

The ORT-C has responsibilities to perform duties in all areas of the unit, Central Supply, Recovery, Major and Minor Surgery areas and Outpatient Surgery. Assists in patient assessment, and in the development and implementation of a plan for care for patients of all ages including: infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric. Frequent reassessments are required. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to: cleaning, wrapping, and sterilizing surgical instruments and equipment using autoclave, chemical sterilization method, ordering and stocking supplies, scrubbing for surgical cases, setting up and maintaining sterile field, passing instruments, assisting in admitting and discharging of patients from surgical suite, collecting, labeling and delivering pathological specimens to laboratory, serving as assistant for endoscopic procedures, cleaning equipment between cases. Other knowledge includes monitoring laparoscopic, endoscopic, arthroscopic, orthoscopic, and general surgical equipment.

Job Type: FT

Hours: Full-Time;72 hours per pay. On call once a week and 1 weekend a month.

Date Posted: 9/20/2022

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Clinical Laboratory Technologist, Medical Technologist, or Medical Laboratory Technician (PT)

Department: Laboratory

Minimum Requirements

Graduate with an Associate Degree from an accredited school of Medical Lab Technician or Clinical Laboratory Technician, or graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited school of Medical Technologists or Clinical Laboratory Technologists.

Job Duties

Responsible for specimen processing, test performance and for reporting test results. Must possess knowledge of microbiology and all general areas of the clinical laboratory including experience with basic equipment used, infection control and other criteria for universal precautions and all other skills related to clinical laboratory. Employee will perform additional tasks/activities as assigned.

Job Type: PT

Hours: Part-time: 32-71 hours per pay. Rotating nights and evenings. Rotating weekends. Rotating Holidays.

Date Posted: 9/20/2022

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Technologist (FT-3 12 hour shifts)

Department: Radiology

Minimum Requirements

High School graduate or equivalent. Completion of course of study in radiologic technology from an AMA approved school. Registered as an American Registered Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) and licensed by Illinois Department of Nuclear Safety. Good background knowledge of anatomy and positioning. Understand basic principles of physics, electricity, and methods of exposure to obtain clearly defined radiographs. Travel to outside clinics. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends.

Job Duties

Radiological Technologist takes radiographs of various portions of the patient's body as requested by the patient's physician to assist the medical staff in detection of foreign bodies and diagnosis and injuries. The Radiological Technologist must have the minimum knowledge and abilities to provide service and care to patients and customers of all ages. The Technologist regulates the radiation controls under the ALARA standards. He/she understands the process in place operating the digital systems in radiology used for imaging, sending images, storing and reporting of images. Technologist will be required to assist with lifting or moving patients for proper positioning of exams ordered. Technologist will assist receptionist in answering the phone and scheduling necessary studies. Technologist understands workflow within department and basic hospital wide workflow and processes. Travel to outside clinics.

Job Type: FT

Hours: FT; 72 hours per pay period. 1 holiday per year. Occasional weekend.

Date Posted: 9/20/2022

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Emergency Medical Technician - Basic (FT) $2,000 Sign-on Bonus

Department: Ambulance

Minimum Requirements

High school graduate preferred. Successful completion of the Emergency Medical Technician-Basic Course as outlined by the Department of Transportation and the Illinois Department of Public Health. Current Emergency Medical Technician Licensure in the State of Illinois. Professional CPR Certification. Valid Illinois Driver’s License with proper classification. One year of experience preferred. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends. Employees are required to work 2-3 24-hour shifts per week.

Job Duties

The EMTs are responsible for the working knowledge of the ambulances, emergency equipment and supplies that are used on each ambulance. EMTs are to maintain all units and equipment in clean and working order and maintain ambulance service headquarters in a clean and orderly manner.

Job Type: FT

Hours: Full-Time; 72-80 hours per pay

Date Posted: 9/20/2022

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Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic (FT $4,000 Sign-on Bonus)(PRN)

Department: Ambulance

Minimum Requirements

High School graduate preferred. Successful completion of the Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic Course as outlined by the Department of Transportation and the Illinois Department of Public Health. Current Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic licensure in the State of Illinois. ACLS and PALS Certification. Professional CPR Certification. Valid Illinois Driver’s License with proper classification. One year of EMT experience preferred. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends. Employees are required to work 2-3 24-hour shifts per week.

Job Duties

The EMT-P is responsible for the working knowledge of the ambulances, emergency equipment, medications, and supplies that are used on each ambulance. He/she will maintain all units and ensure that equipment is clean and in working order. He/she will also maintain ambulance service headquarters in a clean and orderly manner.

Job Type: FT, PRN

Hours: Full-time, 21 Day Rotation, 7am-7am, 24 hour shifts. PRN, up to 32 hours per pay.

Date Posted: 9/20/2022

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Athletic Trainer (FT $2,000 Sign-on Bonus)

Department: Outreach Clinic

Minimum Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from an accredited program. BOC certified. Currently licensed, and in good standing, in Illinois as Licensed Athletic Trainer, or eligible for licensure. Must have a valid driver's license and reliable means of transportation. Must have the ability to analyze injuries and convert data into meaningful medical chart reports. Basic computing skills and comfortable working with electronic health records. Willing to work expanded hours including evenings, weekends, and holidays. Physical demands include lifting, bending, walking, kneeling, stretching, stooping, hand-eye-coordination, and manual dexterity. Requires eye hand coordination and manual dexterity to allow for suture or staple removal. $2,000 sign-on payable within the first 90 days.

Job Duties

Are you a licensed Certified Athletic Trainer interested in working for an expanding Orthopaedics practice? At Wabash General Hospital, our Athletic Trainers are crucial to the success of our outreach program and an invaluable asset to the health of our athletic communities. They work collaboratively with our Orthopaedic providers, providing access to injury assessments, treatment, and prevention strategies for local and area athletes. We currently serve thirteen high schools and two community colleges and counting. Our Athletic Trainers enjoy autonomous practice, mentoring and engagement with a professional peer network, readily accessible physicians, paid continuing education, opportunities for career advancement, paid time off, and many other benefits. We welcome new grads and offer full scholarship programs for student loan reimbursement.

Responsibilities include: Duties of the certified athletic trainer include, but are not limited to: evaluation, treatment, management, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries under the direction of WGH sports medicine physician Dr. Karsten Slater, home event and practice coverage; with some travel to away events. Proper and prompt clinical documentation. Communication liaison between primary care provider or specialist and school administration, athletes and parents/guardians. Cognitive baseline testing and preventative program development and implementation. New graduates are encouraged to apply

Job Type: FT

Hours: Full Time; 40 hours a week. Possible weekends, depending on game/practice schedules.

Date Posted: 9/20/2022

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Phlebotomist Clerk (PRN)

Department: Laboratory

Minimum Requirements

High school diploma or equivalent required. Phlebotomy licensure preferred. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends, or other shifts. Travel to satellite clinic as needed.

Job Duties

The Phlebotomist is responsible for providing the most accurate and concise test specimen as technically possible. Phlebotomist must be knowledgeable in recognizing if particular specimens have been correctly collected by different departments, as well as being quite proficient in performing venipuncture for blood samples. Phlebotomists must have the necessary minimum knowledge skills to provide basic services to patients and customers of all ages. Phlebotomists must maintain a professional disposition at all times when taking care of patients. Phlebotomist plates culture specimens to appropriate media, performs waived testing, and performs various office and clerical duties of the department including answering the phone and faxing reports. Other job duties may include collecting venous and capillary blood specimens from patient, urine/timed urine specimen collection, DOT and NON-DOT urine drug collection and other duties as assigned.

Job Type: PRN

Hours: PRN: Less than 32 hours per pay. Rotating day, evening, and weekend shifts.

Date Posted: 9/20/2022

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Lab Assistant (FT)

Department: Laboratory

Minimum Requirements

High school diploma or equivalent required. Phlebotomy license preferred. Clinical experience preferred, but not required. May be required to work any day of the week including holidays and weekends, or other shifts. May be required to travel to outside clinics. * $2000 for FT 2-Year Commitment. Payable within 90 days.

Job Duties

The Lab Assistant will perform a variety of lab and clerical duties. The Lab Assistant is responsible for collecting specimen and specimen processing and providing the most accurate and concise test as technically possible. Perform waived testing. Lab Assistant must be knowledgeable in recognizing if particular specimens have been correctly collected by different departments, as well as being quite proficient in performing venipuncture for blood samples.

Job Type: FT

Hours: Full Time; 80 hours per pay. Day/Evenings as needed with rotating weekends.

Date Posted: 9/20/2022

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