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Surgical Tech - ENT
Ref No.: 16-00024
Location: Tampa, Florida
Start Date: 08/21/2015
Surgical Technician - ENT
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The Community - Tampa, FL
Tampa's port and international airport make it an easily accessible, popular destination in Florida. Its rich history mixes with its modern landscape, giving visitors and residents a medley of activities and attractions to choose from. Busch Gardens, various large museums, and the city's resident football team, the Buccaneers, are just a few of the major highlights. The area is rife with small towns as well, offering a glimpse into Tampa's history and diversity. Known for fishing, sailing, boating, beaches, running, bird watching, baseball, football, hockey, golf, movies, steakhouses, fine dining, and more, you won't ever feel like there isn't something to do with your free time. 

MacDill Air Force Base

MacDill Air Force Base is an active United States Air Force base located approximately 4 miles south-southwest of downtown Tampa, Florida. The "host wing " for MacDill AFB is the 6th Air Mobility Wing of the Air Mobility Command, part of AMC's Eighteenth Air Force. Approximately 14,000 people work at MacDill Air Force Base, with a significant number of military personnel and their families living on base in military housing, while remaining service members and military families live off base in the Tampa Bay area. MacDill AFB is a significant contributor to Tampa's economy and the city is very supportive of the military community. In 2001 and 2003, the Tampa Bay area was awarded the Abilene Trophy, which annually honors the most supportive Air Force city in Air Mobility Command. MacDill Air Force Base may be the second most important government building outside of the Pentagon. It's home to U.S. Central Command, which oversees U.S. action in the Middle East.
Plans, provides, and evaluates routine patient care and treatment of beneficiaries. Organizes the medical environment, performs and directs support activities in-patient care situations, including contingency operations and disasters.
Requirements (duties include, but are not limited to)
  • Monitors and records physiological measurements.
  • Performs portions of medical treatment, diagnostic, and therapeutic procedures.
  • Cares for, observes, and reports on postoperative patients and seriously or critically ill and injured patients.
  • Records treatments and procedures rendered, and observes effects.
  • Prepares and administers medications under nurse or physician supervision.
  • Adheres to infection control procedures including use of personal protective equipment, disposal of waste, and aseptic technique.
  • Performs central sterile supply duties.
  • Assembles, operates, and maintains therapeutic equipment.
  • Performs basic life support.
  • Assists providers with application/removal of splints, sutures, staples, and dressings as instructed.
  • Assists providers with minor clinical procedures to include, but not limited to myringotomy & pressure equalization tube placement, punch and other diagnostic biopsies, and fine needle aspiration.
  • Accompanies surgeon to the operating room to circulate, scrub and/or assist in surgical procedures including, but not limited to, general head & neck, middle ear, laryngeal, soft palate & throat, nose, and any other procedures as necessary.
  • Operates computer systems for scheduling patient appointments, obtaining radiological and laboratory results or other items associated with patient care.
  • Provides patient/parent education as requested.
  • Performs or assists with the performance of specialized testing and examinations.
  • Must have knowledge in medical terminology, anatomy and physiology; nursing theory, techniques and procedures; team nursing; patient needs; emergency medical treatment to include cardiopulmonary resuscitation, aseptic technique, medical ethics, and legal aspects; prescribed drugs and their administration; operating and maintaining therapeutic equipment, hygiene and sanitation; risk management, disaster preparedness and transportation of sick and wounded. Mechanisms of anaphylaxis and shock and their treatment; and pharmacology of various drug groups.
  • Shall have graduated from a surgical technologist program recognized and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) or the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES).
  • Have at least 12 months of experience within the last 36 months in an outpatient clinic setting performing functions such as care and treatment of patients and operating and maintaining therapeutic equipment.
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