Completion of a CAAHEP accredited Surgical Technician Program is required
Three years Surgical Technician experience in an acute care setting required.
Five years Surgical Technician experience preferred.
Background in Lawson and previous implant coordinator experience preferred
Three yearsâ experience in materials management, OR, Purchasing or accounting.
Strong communication skills.
CST certification required
Current BLS for Healthcare Provider from American Heart Association.
Fire and Safety Certification.Â If no card upon hire, one must be obtained within 30 days of hire, and maintained by renewal before expiration date.Â
The Implant Coordinator primary role is to establish and maintain acceptable inventory levels of owned and consigned implants including tissue/grafts. Complying with standard departmental inventory management, the implant coordinator arranges for loaners implants and instruments needed for patient care as indicated on the OR schedule. Follows departmental and business practices when securing inventory to replenish owned and consigned items. Responsible for validating implant usage on implant record to ensure appropriate patient billing. Collaborates with Clinical Service Coordinators and OR Centralized schedulers to anticipate needs for implants and instrumentation. Maintains tissue logs and licensing.
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