Surgery Technician III PRN

Sky Ridge offers the latest in medical technology in a soothing, healing environment. Combine that with world-class services and the area's top healthcare professionals and you'll understand why Sky Ridge has become a model of care for the rest of the country. Hospital of Choice for Thousands The people of Douglas County were eager for the opening of Sky Ridge Medical Center. Some, however, were a bit more eager. As Douglas County's first hospital, the doors officially opened for the first time at 7 a.m. August 20, 2003, and the first baby born at Sky Ridge greeted the world 52 minutes later. With a reach that covers Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Parker, Castle Rock and Littleton, as well as Douglas and southern Arapahoe counties, Sky Ridge has become the hospital of choice for thousands. As a new facility, we have the latest technologies and equipment available: Cardiac services includes two interventional catheterization labs. The Cancer Center offers chemotherapy plus radiation therapy via a highly precise, 3-D radiation system. Orthopedic services include care for spine, joints and sports injuries. Women's and children's services at Sky Ridge are extensive. Because this is an area with lots of families, Sky Ridge is ready. Board-certified pediatricians on staff 24 hours a day. And, our Level III trauma center, with around-the-clock emergency care and orthopedic surgeons available 24/7, is ready to meet the demands of the community. Room for Growth As part of Douglas County, one of the fastest growing counties in the nation, Sky Ridge was built with growth in mind. When the time comes, the hospital can be built out to 335 beds.

Why Choose Sky Ridge?
• Rated # 1 in safety by Consumer Reports
• Joint Commission Accreditation for spine, hip, knee and stroke programs
• Top performer in spine and orthopedics
• Sky Ridge surgeons rated Sky Ridge Surgical Services #1 in HealthONE
• OR team awarded HCA President's award
• Fast growing, acute-care facility with outstanding clinical outcomes
• Dedicated, multi-disciplinary OR teams
• Hospital thriving in one of the fastest growing, most livable counties in the country

The Certified Surgical Technician will be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide assistance during surgical procedures performed in the department. The Certified Surgical Technician is experienced in all aspects as aseptic technique, setting up the required equipment and sterile supplies as needed for their assigned cases; pulling cases for the following day's cases; breaking down cases at the end of the procedure. He/she is knowledgeable regarding instrumentation, equipment and supply needs for all types of surgical procedures. The Certified Surgical Technician may act as a second circulator in the Operating Room and will function under the direction of the R.N. This role will entail duties for which he/she has demonstrated competency. The surgical technician may come in contact with medications and therefore must demonstrate understanding of proper medication management and storage as well as maintaining a secure medication environment the certified operating room technician performs delegated duties consistent with his/her scope of practice and functions within the philosophy and overall plan for SRMC. Follows and supports SRMC policy and procedures. The operating room technician displays positive support for the values and mission of SRMC. Provides education on procedures, instrumentation, and equipment. Demonstrates advanced resource skills for equipment and instruments. Assists coordinators in case preparation, equipment needs (operating and capital requests) and preference card accuracy. Lead preceptor skills. Ability to function and precept in a minimum of two specialties (Total Joints, and Complex Spine). Call is required for position.
Position Requirements:

A. Licensure/Certification/Registration:
Completion of an accredited Surgical Technologist Training Program
Current CST Certification by the Liaison Council on Certification
Licensure -Department of Regulatory Agencies - State of Colorado

B. Education: High School diploma or equivalent. Graduate of Surgical Technician Program.

C. Experience: One to two years experience as surgical technician required

D. Special Qualifications: Advanced knowledge in the scrub role and responsibilities for multiple surgical specialties

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