Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT)
$27 to $37 Per Hour
RRT Respiratory Therapist – Arlington, TX
Schedule: Fulltime –Night shift 7:00pm – 7:00am with rotating weekends / 3-12hr Shifts
This is a 432-bed full-service hospital located in the heart of the growing South Arlington area. There are well over 1,000 full-time and part-time nurses, therapists, technicians and other healthcare personnel that make up our team. Medical City Arlington is proud to be a leader in Dallas/Fort Worth healthcare with nearly 700 highly skilled physicians who represent a wide variety of medical specialties. Are you looking for an employer with many different career options and a people-focused culture? You’ve come to the right place.
Assess, plan, evaluate and provide quality respiratory care to patients in the hospital.
Perform all aspects and treatment modalities as outlined by the National Board of Respiratory Care.
Operate blood gas analyzer, performing QC and daily maintenance; maintain QC and maintenance logs; analyze blood gas samples, and other duties as assigned by the Supervisor, Manager or Director.
All areas of treatment for which they have been deemed and documented to be competent to perform patient care, including but not limited to ED, ICU, NICU, etc.
Registered by the National Board of Respiratory Care (RRT) and licensed to practice in the state of Texas as a Respiratory Care Practitioner (RCP).
Current Healthcare Provider BLS, ACLS issued by the American Heart Association required.
Current NRP required.
Education: Minimum Associates Degree from accredited respiratory therapy program
Minimum 1 year of current acute care hospital critical care experience
Must be willing to work in both adult critical care and NICU. Will train NICU if not experienced. Will gain lots of experience due to the exposure of many different Traumas, treatment modalities, and Neonatal critical care.
What outside of the job description are you looking for in a candidate?
Consistent employment, manager is seeking candidate who will be committed long-term.
High volume patient experience in a busy critical care environment.
Team player with a great attitude. Team culture of helping others is very strong.
Login to create notifications on the jobs you’re looking for!
Have any questions?
Let’s get in touch
Share on popular social media