The MSPU PPA at CHH2 functions as a member of the procedural care team, while under the direct supervision and direction of the procedural registered nurses, endoscopy techs, electrophysiology techs, interventional radiology techs, and cardiac catheterization techs.
The PPA will provide assistance with cleaning and preparing procedure rooms and equipment for endoscopy, cardiac cath, electrophysiology, interventional radiology, and minor procedures. The PPA will provide assistance with retrieving and stocking supplies and related items, procedure room turnover, and management of endoscopes from the procedure room to sterile processing and back to the scope storage cabinets. The PPA supports patient care through assistance with patient positioning, patient skin prep, and other duties as assigned. The PPA supports the environment of the unit including, but not limited to, the procedure rooms and core area. This position requires the ability to ride the Portland aerial tram in the events supplies or equipment must be obtained from the procedural units on the Marquam Hill campus.
Work schedule will align with department needs and will require flexibility to changing department needs. Day shift hours, 5 weekdays per week, no regular weekends. Shift start time between 0630 and 1100, 6 hour days. Potential for overtime.
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