St. Anthony Hospital is located in the western Denver suburb of Lakewood and is a Level I Trauma Center with four dedicated trauma rooms including the T-10 room, a dedicated field-to-surgery suite ready 24/7 for trauma surgeons and specially trained teams who provide life-saving care to the most severely ill and injured patients. St. Anthony proudly provides a full range of medical specialties and health care services to Denver and the surrounding region with a state-of-the-art medical campus. If you’re looking to be part of a fast-paced environment where you can practice to the top of your profession in trauma, cardiology, stroke, neurosciences, breast imaging, cancer/oncology care, surgery and more, we encourage you to apply. In addition to a new campus, supportive team and faith-based mission, we’re proud to be the recipient of numerous awards, certifications and accreditations from the American Heart Association; Chest Pain Center (CPC); American College of Cardiology; The Joint Commission’s National Quality Approval; Healthgrades (for Stroke, Critical Care and Prostate Surgery Excellence); the Emergency Nurses Association Lantern Award; NAPBC Accreditation; American College of Radiology and many others. For more information about St. Anthony Hospital, visit http://www.stanthonyhosp.org/.
Hospital:Location is based in Pueblo, CO with coverage for both St. Mary Corwin and St. Francis Medical Center in COS. The team is technically assigned to St. Anthony Hospital in Lakewood and leadership is located there.
Schedule: Full Time; .9 FTE (36 hours per week)
Shift: Variable; the assignment rotates from days to evenings to nights for six weeks at a time. Evening shift differential is $2.75/hour on top of base rate; night shift differential is $5.75/hour.
As a member of the Flight Crew, assists in meeting the physical and emotional needs of critically ill and injured patients. Promotes safe and efficient operation of Flight For Life.
Minimum Education Requirements
High School Diploma or GED
Minimum Experience Requirements
Only applicants meeting the minimum experience requirements and holding all required certifications will be considered.
3 years or 4,000 hours experience as a Paramedic provider in 911 ALS or critical care transport, (ground or air) or 4,000 hours of critical care experience in-hospital.
Colorado State Paramedic Certification required and National Registry as a paramedic.
BLS, (Basic Life Support), ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certificate); PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support Certification) or within 6 months of hire/transfer date.
TPATC (Transport Professional Advanced Trauma Course) or ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support) within 12 months of hire/transfer date
NRP (Neonatal Resuscitation Program) within 12 months of hire/transfer date
FP-C (Certified Flight Paramedic) Within 2 years of hire/transfer date.
Must maintain currency in all certifications required by CAMTS, (Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems)
Valid Driver’s License and pass the annual Pre Check review of driving record for safe vehicle operations.
Patient Care 60%
Assists in providing a safe environment essential to the health and well-being of all individuals in the critical care transport environment, including universal precautions, air and ground safety.
At the direction of the Flight Nurse, assist in performing a rapid survey of life threatening conditions as well as secondary physical assessment, including medical history, current medications, and allergies.
In consultation with the Flight Nurse, assists in prioritizing and planning appropriate transport care.
At the direction of the Flight Nurse, assists in implementing the plan of care and assists with on-going assessments.
Assists the Flight Nurse and Pilot with education of user agencies and general public regarding Flight For Life/Medical Transport Safety.
Continues own professional development, including education and membership in professional associations.
Participates in decontamination of the aircraft and equipment. Helps keep helicopter and fixed wing equipment stocked.
Participates in Flight For Life CQI processes and program work as outlined in the strategic plan.
Performs the support duties necessary for the smooth operation of Flight For Life, including cleaning of the vehicles, ordering and stocking of supplies, and clerical support tasks.
May be required to drive Flight For Life vehicles including ambulances and the Flight For Life Suburban, in support of our ground ambulance operations, relocating vehicles to cover for maintenance, and other program needs.
Important notification to applicants as of Nov. 20, 2014: Effective Jan. 1, 2015, Centura Health will no longer hire tobacco users in Colorado and Kansas. The change to our policy does not apply to associates hired on or before Dec. 31, 2014. Centura Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.
Internal Number: 477697200A0
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