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  1. Posted on: 2020-08-04

    SUMMARY

    As a Registered Respiratory Therapist, your knowledge, strong attention to detail, compassion and analytical capabilities ensure meaningful, personalized care for each respiratory patient.

    STATUS: Full Time, Part Time & Per Diem

    LOCATION: Rochester General Hospital, Unity Hospital & Newark-Wayne Community Hospital

    DEPARTMENT: Respiratory

    SCHEDULE: Day/Evening/Night

    ATTRIBUTES

    • Recent acute care experience preferred
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Exceptional customer service

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Patient Care. Review and evaluate history, physical exams, current vital signs, admission and current respiratory care orders for each patient; advise providers on appropriate respiratory care procedure and techniques
    • Planning & Documentation. Initiate and update respiratory care plan for all patients per department policy and procedure; work collaboratively with other members of the healthcare team to implement the plan of care; monitor and document all pertinent clinical parameters and assessments on all assigned patients; modify treatment techniques based on patient response
    • Education & Communication. Provide and document patient education for therapeutic procedures performed; communicate information regarding patients' clinical status to appropriate members of healthcare team; participate in the instruction and orientation of Respiratory Care team members, students and other allied health professional

    Keywords: #SJRT


    Additional Job Description
    Any physical requirements reported by a prospective employee and/or employee's physician or delegate will be considered for accommodations.

    Education/Training:

    • AAS Degree in Respiratory Care from an accredited Respiratory Care Program
    • Has ability to read, write and speak English.
    • Maintain continuing education credits required for re-credentialing by the NBRC
    • Maintain continuing education credits required for re-licensure by NYS


    Licensure/Certification:

    • Current license from the State of New York as a Respiratory Therapist (RT).
    • Current BLS certification.
  2. Posted on: 2020-08-04

    As a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist and officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you’ll provide specialized care to Soldiers and their families when they need it most. You’ll expand your skills in general anesthesia, respiratory care, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, fluid therapy and more. If you choose the Army Reserve, you can work in your community and serve
    when needed. For either path you may choose, you will work as part of a multidisciplinary team, surrounded by dedicated professionals who share your values and a passion for excellence.


    If you choose to sign on as an active duty Army nurse anesthetist, you may qualify for an accessions bonus of $30,000 (up to $10,000 if combined with the loan repayment program). The Active Duty Health Professions Loan Repayment Program (ADHPLRP) offers up to $120,000 over three years; may be applied toward qualified nursing school loans.


    As an Army Reserve Soldier, you may qualify for up to $50,000 for nursing school loans through the Health Professionals Loan Repayment Program (HPLRP).


    Benefits include:

    • Travel opportunities, including humanitarian missions
    • No-cost or low-cost medical and dental care for you and your family
    • Non-contributory retirement benefits with 20 years of qualifying service (starts at age 60 for
      Army Reserve)
    • Commissary and post exchange shopping privileges
    • Flexible, portable retirement savings and investment plan similar to a 401(k)
    • Privileges that come with being an officer in the U.S. Army and Army Reserve
    • Training to become a leader in your specialized field


    Requirements include:

    • Master’s degree in nursing anesthesia, from an accredited program
    • Certified registered nurse anesthetist
    • Must be between 21 and 42 years of age (age waiver may be requested)
    • U.S. citizenship (active duty) or permanent resident (for Army Reserve)


    Numerous positions are available worldwide. To find out more, visit us at
    healthcare.goarmy.com/nurse.

  3. Posted on: 2020-08-04

    USE YOUR SURGICAL SKILLS TO HEAL OUR NATION'S DEFENDERS.

    As a general surgeon and officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you’ll be at the forefront of advanced surgical procedures, work in state-of-the-art medical facilities with some of the most innovative equipment used in your specialty. You’ll lead a well-trained surgical team who examine, diagnose and evaluate a course of surgeries and treatments for a diverse patient base. And, you’ll feel none of the distractions found in a civilian practice, such as office management, malpractice or overhead. If you choose the Army Reserve, you can continue to work in your community and serve when needed. For either path you may choose, you will work as a part of a multidisciplinary team, surrounded by dedicated professionals who share your values and a passion for excellence.
    Benefits include:

    Active-
    Full-tuition scholarship for those qualifying specialties, which includes a monthly stipend of over $2,200.00

    Receive up to $40,000 annually to repay qualifying loans to lending institutions (over a maximum three-year
    period) through the Active Duty Health Professions Loan Repayment Program (ADHPLRP). Active Duty
    Obligation is 1 year-for-year receiving loan repayment with a minimum period of 2 years on Active Duty
    $400,000 signing (accession) bonus. Payments will be paid in four annual payments. The first payment will be
    requested upon completion of Basic Officer Leadership Course (BOLC) and arrival at first duty station. The
    remaining three payments will be made on the anniversary date of the first payment.
    Travel opportunities, to include humanitarian missions
    30 days of paid vacation earned annually
    A military retirement system that blends the traditional legacy retirement pension with a defined contribution to
    service members’ Thrift Savings Plan account
    No-cost or low-cost medical and dental care for you and your family
    Commissary (grocery) and post exchange shopping privileges
    Army Reserve –
    $75,000 special pay, paid annually in increments of $25,000 for up to a total of three years. Must have completed
    a residency program in your specialty
    Receive up to $250,000 for repayment of education loans (up to $40,000 maximum per year)
    Specialized training assistance and a monthly stipend while enrolled in an accredited residency program.
    Recipients must be a U.S. citizen and will serve in the Army Reserve for a determined amount of time after
    completing their residency

    Requirements include:
    Doctor of medicine or doctor of osteopathy degree from an accredited U.S. school of medicine or osteopathy;
    foreign graduates may apply if they have a permanent certificate from the Educational Council of Foreign Medical
    Graduates
    Current license to practice medicine in the United States, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico
    Eligibility for board certification
    Completion of at least one year of an approved Graduate Medical Education (GME) internship
    Between 21 and 42 years of age
    U.S. citizenship
    In addition to the above qualifications, citizenship or permanent U.S. residency is required for Army Reserve
    officers

    To learn more, visit healthcare.goarmy.com/medical

  4. Posted on: 2020-08-04

    USE YOUR SURGICAL SKILLS TO HEAL OUR NATION'S DEFENDERS.

    As a general surgeon and officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you’ll be at the forefront of advanced surgical procedures, work in state-of-the-art medical facilities with some of the most innovative equipment used in your specialty. You’ll lead a well-trained surgical team who examine, diagnose and evaluate a course of surgeries and treatments for a diverse patient base. And, you’ll feel none of the distractions found in a civilian practice, such as office management, malpractice or overhead. If you choose the Army Reserve, you can continue to work in your community and serve when needed. For either path you may choose, you will work as a part of a multidisciplinary team, surrounded by dedicated professionals who share your values and a passion for excellence.
    Benefits include:

    Active-
    Full-tuition scholarship for those qualifying specialties, which includes a monthly stipend of over $2,200.00

    Receive up to $40,000 annually to repay qualifying loans to lending institutions (over a maximum three-year
    period) through the Active Duty Health Professions Loan Repayment Program (ADHPLRP). Active Duty
    Obligation is 1 year-for-year receiving loan repayment with a minimum period of 2 years on Active Duty
    $400,000 signing (accession) bonus. Payments will be paid in four annual payments. The first payment will be
    requested upon completion of Basic Officer Leadership Course (BOLC) and arrival at first duty station. The
    remaining three payments will be made on the anniversary date of the first payment.
    Travel opportunities, to include humanitarian missions
    30 days of paid vacation earned annually
    A military retirement system that blends the traditional legacy retirement pension with a defined contribution to
    service members’ Thrift Savings Plan account
    No-cost or low-cost medical and dental care for you and your family
    Commissary (grocery) and post exchange shopping privileges
    Army Reserve –
    $75,000 special pay, paid annually in increments of $25,000 for up to a total of three years. Must have completed
    a residency program in your specialty
    Receive up to $250,000 for repayment of education loans (up to $40,000 maximum per year)
    Specialized training assistance and a monthly stipend while enrolled in an accredited residency program.
    Recipients must be a U.S. citizen and will serve in the Army Reserve for a determined amount of time after
    completing their residency

    Requirements include:
    Doctor of medicine or doctor of osteopathy degree from an accredited U.S. school of medicine or osteopathy;
    foreign graduates may apply if they have a permanent certificate from the Educational Council of Foreign Medical
    Graduates
    Current license to practice medicine in the United States, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico
    Eligibility for board certification
    Completion of at least one year of an approved Graduate Medical Education (GME) internship
    Between 21 and 42 years of age
    U.S. citizenship
    In addition to the above qualifications, citizenship or permanent U.S. residency is required for Army Reserve
    officers

    To learn more, visit healthcare.goarmy.com/medical

  5. Posted on: 2020-08-04

    USE YOUR SURGICAL SKILLS TO HELP OUR NATION'S DEFENDERS.

    As an orthopedic surgeon and officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you’ll have the opportunity to learn the most advanced procedures and techniques. You’ll work in one of our state-of-the-art medical facilities worldwide, and network with other wellknown professionals in your specialized field. You’ll train to become a leader, all while developing advanced skills. Also, you’ll enrich your career without the constraints of overhead expenses and malpractice insurance premiums. If you choose the Army Reserve, you can continue to work in your community and serve when needed. For either path you may choose, you will work as part of a multidisciplinary team, surrounded by dedicated professionals who share your values and a passion for excellence.


    Benefits include:


    Active duty -

    • Full-tuition scholarship for those qualifying specialties, which includes a monthly stipend of over $2,200.00
    • Receive up to $40,000 to repay qualifying loans to lending institutions (over a maximum three-year period)
      through the Active Duty Health Professions Loan Repayment Program (ADHPLRP). Active Duty Obligation is 1
      year-for-year receiving loan repayment with a minimum period of 2 years on Active Duty
    • Travel opportunities, to include humanitarian missions
    • 30 days of paid vacation earned annually
    • A military retirement system that blends the traditional legacy retirement pension with a defined contribution to
      service members’ Thrift Savings Plan account
    • No-cost or low-cost medical and dental care for you and your family
    • Commissary (grocery) and post exchange shopping privileges


    Army Reserve –

    • $75,000 special pay, paid annually in increments of $25,000 for up to a total of three years. Must have completed
      a residency program in your specialty
    • Receive up to $250,000 for repayment of education loans (up to $40,000 maximum per year)
    • Specialized training assistance and a monthly stipend while enrolled in an accredited residency program.
    • Recipients must be a U.S. citizen and will serve in the Army Reserve for a determined amount of time after
      completing their residency


    Requirements include:

    • Doctor of medicine or doctor of osteopathy degree from an accredited U.S. school of medicine or osteopathy;
      foreign graduates may apply if they have a permanent certificate from the Educational Council of Foreign Medical
      Graduates
    • Current license to practice medicine in the United States, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico
    • Eligibility for board certification
    • Completion of at least one year of an approved Graduate Medical Education (GME) internship
    • Completion of a training program in orthopedic surgery
    • Between 21 and 42 years of age
    • U.S. citizenship
    • In addition to the above qualifications, citizenship or permanent U.S. residency is required for Army Reserve
      officers.


    To learn more, visit healthcare.goarmy.com/medical