Olathe Medical Center Respiratory Therapist RRT in Paola, Kansas
We welcome you to join the Respiratory Therapy department team as a Registered Respiratory Therapist. You will perform respiratory care interventions in accordance with the standards established by the American Association of Respiratory Care Clinical Practice Guidelines and MCMC Respiratory Care Policy. Under the supervision of the Manager and Lead Practitioner and upon a physician's order, the Registered Respiratory Therapist assesses the cardiopulmonary status of patients of all ages (neonate through geriatric) and provides various types of respiratory diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, based on individual patient needs. An integral function of this position is providing patient education to enhance wellness. Registered Respiratory Therapists are expected to support the mission, vision and values of Miami County Medical Center, Inc.
2 Year / Associate Degree Respiratory Therapy Minimum
Any Job Related Experience Minimum
Respiratory Therapy Licensure by the state of Kansas Minimum Upon Hire
Healthcare Provider CPR – (American Heart Association or American Red Cross ONLY) Minimum Upon Hire
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) ACLS when working in facilities that provides Critical Care scope of service and Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) when working in facilities that provide neonatal scope of service. Minimum 1 Year
Assesses each patient per departmental specific standards, within an age-specific context, and documents appropriately. Demonstrates ability to manage respiratory needs of all patients. The priority of data collection is determined by the client's immediate condition or needs. Data collection involves the client, significant others, and health care providers when appropriate. The data collection process is systematic and on going.
Accurately enters appropriate charge data in accordance with Departmental procedure.
Demonstrates proficiency in serving as a clinical preceptor when orienting new employees and performing clinical instruction of students. Provides patients with necessary or ordered education about their cardiopulmonary issues.
Consistently uses two patient identifiers during patient and specimen processing interventions, in accordance with MCMC policy.
Consistently reads back verbal orders and lab results when communicating with physicians prior to transcription of the orders and/or results.
403b Retirement Plan with 3% company match
5 days of Paid Parental/Adoption Leave
$5k in Adoption Assistance per child
Paid Sick Leave
Employee Assistance Program
Voluntary Benefits, including: Life, Accidental Death or Dismemberment, Critical Illness, Long-term Disability, Short-term Disability, Hospital Indemnity, Pet, Identity Theft and Legal Insurance
Collaborative professional work environment
Reduced cafeteria rates (OMC location only)
Tuition Reimbursement so you can achieve your educational goals (up to $5,250/year)
**Disclosure: Benefits eligibility may vary based on position.
Why Top Talent Join Olathe Health?
Our mission is to help people through healing, health and happiness. Top performers want to be a part of something special…something with a purpose. We want the best and brightest health care professionals who are focused on providing compassionate, personalized care. And we are committed to continue to give our associates growth and developmental opportunities while providing a safe, inclusive and welcoming work environment to do their best work. We all strive to help each other as a team to deliver the best patient care possible. At Olathe Health, we believe that if we take care of our people, they will take care of everything else.
From our modest beginnings with a 30-bed hospital in 1953 to a dynamic, regional health system with more than 2,400 associates today, Olathe Health continues to grow to meet the needs of our patients and the community. The system consists of Olathe Medical Center, Inc. (OMCI), Miami County Medical Center, Inc. (MCMC), and Olathe Health Physicians, Inc. (OHPI), a large physician corporation with 38 locations. The system offers a wide range of services and specialties for individuals in all stages of life, from primary care, pediatrics and maternity care to specialties, including oncology, surgery, orthopedics, spine, cardiology, home health and hospice.
Several of our most recent honors as a system include:
Fortune/IBM Watson Health named OMC one of the 2021 Top 100 Hospitals.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) awarded OMC and MCMC four-star ratings in 2021.
One of Ingram Magazine’s “2020 Best Companies to Work for” (large employer category) and one of the “Best Hospitals in Kansas for Nurses” (according to nurse.org).
Great things are happening at Olathe Health and we would love for YOU to join our team today!