Abrazo Scottsdale Campus (located at AZ-51 and Bell Road in Phoenix) is a 136-bed full-service acute care community-based hospital which has provided excellent comprehensive medical care to patients in the northeastern region of metro Phoenix for more than 30 years. Abrazo Scottsdale Campus provides specialized services such as an accredited chest pain center, wound care and hyperbaric (high pressure) medicine, advanced orthopedics featuring navigational technology and sports medicine, expanded rehabilitation services, enhanced diagnostic imaging, and dedicated womenâ��s programs.
Surgical Tech Per Diem days Position prepares operating rooms for surgery, using appropriate techniques. Provides technical services and assists in other areas as assigned and directed. Position assists in nursing care and preparation of the surgical patient by performance of routine and delegated duties according to the standards and policies of the hospital and department. Performs scrub duties and related procedures and provides assistance in emergency procedures as well as scheduled and emergency cases. Special Skills:
Excellent customer service skills and basic computer skills.
Call is required for this position. Orthopedic experience is preferred.
Minimum Qualifications: High school graduate or equivalent GED for all current employees. Completion of formal ORT program for all new hires. Thorough knowledge and experience in operative procedures, equipment and instrumentation. CPR.
Preferred Qualifications: One year of hospital/surgical background or experience. Completion of accredited Operating Room Technology course.
Primary Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Facility: Abrazo Scottsdale Campus
Job Type: PT2Y
Shift Type: Days
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