3 Dialysis Tech Travel Therapy Jobs in Michigan
Duration: 13 Weeks
4am to 8pm clinic open, staff works 4-10 hour shifts per week Number of Positions: 4 Under supervision of nursing personnel, is responsible for the monitoring and direct care of patients on hemodialysis. Monitors patients on an ongoing basis and communicates information to appropriate team member. Works as a member of the interdisciplinary team caring for the dialysis patient. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Reports to the Dialysis Nurse Manager Monitors patients on an ongoing basis and communicates information to appropriate team member. Under supervision of nursing staff, is responsible for the monitoring and direct care of patients on hemodialysis. Responds in emergency situation. Maintain BLS per HFHS policy. Reinforces education to patients. Documents patient care and observations (e.g. flow sheets, AMA’s, incident reports). Follows operational activities specific to assigned unit, (e.g. call-in times, breaks). Reports to work in designated attire, (i.e. ID badge, lab coat, is neat, maintains proper hygiene). Communicates with other departments, agencies or service organizations. Functions as part of a multidisciplinary team. Plans work activities. Carries out doctors' orders within parameters of role. Adheres rigorously to all infection control/infection prevention requirements. (eg, hand hygiene, personal protective equipment, handling of dedicated supplies, central line catheter care). Responsible for helping minimize waste in dialysis unit. In conjunction with team members, monitors and adjusts dialysis therapy within scope of practice to meet the needs of the patient. Serves as a resource referral for the patient. Problem-solves for the benefit of the patients/significant others and the patient care area within scope of authority. Maintains neat and safe work area. Performs technical and task-oriented skills (e.g., cannulation, machine set-ups and disinfection) according to policy. Under the delegation of the Medical Director and under nursing supervision: Administer normal saline solution via the extracorporeal system Administer per initiation of hemodialysis procedure 2% xylocaine subcutaneously if ordered by the physician. Administer via the extracorporeal system and/or via the cannulated access site the anticoagulant heparin in the dose prescribed by the physician and monitored by the nursing staff. Instill the anticoagulant (heparin, normal saline or 4% sodium citrate) as ordered by the physician at discontinuation of dialysis treatment into each catheter port. Per policy the volume equals the fill volume on catheter limbs. Performs blood drawing procedures May be required to take on-call in acute settings. Works effectively in a complex and changing environment. Completes all required and assigned in-services and online education and incorporates the teaching/learning as appropriate to position Is committed to the mission, vision, values, goals and objectives of the dialysis program as observed by behavior. Behaves in a manner designed to contribute to a neat, clean, safe, compliant environment and appropriately speaks up as needed regarding any potential concerns. Applies process-improvement principles to daily work and work area. Adheres to confidentiality and HIPAA safety and privacy requirements. Actively participate in own learning, Performs other duties as assigned. Skills: Basic computer knowledge and keyboarding skills. Must meet or exceed core customer service responsibilities, standards and behaviors as outlined in the HFHS’ Customer Service Policy and summarized below: Communication Ownership Understanding Motivation Sensitivity Excellence Teamwork Respect Must practice the customer skills as provided through on-going training and in-services. Must possess the following personal qualities: Be self-directed Be flexible and committed to the team concept Demonstrate teamwork, initiative and willingness to learn Be open to new learning experiences Accepts and respects diversity without judgment Demonstrates customer service values. Experience: Minimum two years of recent experience required. Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Science preferred. Licenses/Certifications: Certification as dialysis technician must be obtained within designated time lines and certification must be maintained in accordance with federal regulations.
AYA HEALTHCARE HAS AN IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITION: TRAVEL DIALYSIS TECH IN DETROIT, MICHIGAN. THIS IS A 13 WEEK CONTRACT POSITION THAT REQUIRES AT LEAST ONE YEAR OF EXPERIENCE. Passionate and talented internal team members and clinicians have made Aya Healthcare an industry leader since 2001. Starting the day you apply, we’ll help you navigate each step of the process. Whether you seek a position close to home or across the country, our team members will become your staunch advocates, confidants and friends. TRAVEL HAPPY WITH AYA HEALTHCARE! Your Aya Healthcare recruiter will work with you to proactively plan your travel career multiple assignments in advance. With Aya Healthcare you get: * Front-of-the-line access to exclusive jobs at thousands of healthcare facilities nationwide. * Exclusive use of Aya’s unique licensure program. We proactively help you obtain numerous licenses and plan multiple assignments in advance. Because we do the work for you and hand deliver your application, your licenses are issued quicker. * No nickel and diming on assignments. We don’t charge you a fee and pay out your full stipends if you are called off by a hospital on one of your shifts. * A robust team to support you every step of the way to ensure you start on time, have flawless payroll and an exceptional experience. * A credentialing team to locate and pay for all labs and certifications. * Precise, clinician-driven unit match assessments to ensure each assignment is the right fit for you. * A clinical ladder program that includes paid association memberships, tuition reimbursement and loan forgiveness for travelers while on assignment. * And of course you get the usual benefits such as: * Paid company housing (pets are welcome to tag along) or a generous housing stipend. * Premium medical, dental, vision and life insurance beginning day one of your assignment. * Paid sick time. * Generous 401k match. We’ll take care of everything so you can focus on what you do best – providing exceptional patient care!
Find Travel Jobs in Michigan for Dialysis Tech
If you’re a dialysis tech looking for a great opportunity to continue building your allied health resume, expand your network of professional contacts, all while working alongside some of the top medical teams in the country, consider finding a travel dialysis tech job in Michigan! Here at AlliedTravelCareers.com, we’re dedicated to bringing you the top-paying allied health jobs with the benefits you need. And what’s stopping you from bringing your skills as a dialysis technician on the road to exciting new locations? Beyond work, you’ll be able to visit unique national parks like Sleeping Bear Dunes, or even explore cities like Grand Rapids for a glimpse of everything Michigan has to offer! Wherever you decide to go, we’re confident that you’ll find one great travel job as a dialysis tech in Michigan after the next. Start your search by browsing all of our currently available Michigan dialysis technician jobs to find the best fit for your next assignment. Don’t delay — these are among the most sought-after jobs in all of healthcare and allied health so you will want to start planning your next travel dialysis tech job in Michigan today! Apply today!