The University of Kansas Health System has a national reputation for doing it right, and we are ranked among the top hospitals in the country for quality and patient experience.
With every step we take to become the best in the country, we are establishing ourselves as a healthcare destination. People across the region and across the country look to us for exceptional and specialized care for complex conditions. This is all possible thanks to the dedication and commitment of the people who work here and our constant concern for patient care.
We are currently recruiting for the following positions:
Breathing therapist: The respiratory therapist, RRT I is responsible for performing patient care activities and other tasks that contribute to high quality, safe and effective care, such as performing protocols, administering respiratory care and educating patients, families, students and other caregivers.
Minimum wage rate change – $ 28.50 / hr
*** Recruitment bonus offered ***
Lung Function Supervisor: The Lung Function Supervisor, under the supervision of the Director, assists / supports the service administratively and clinically. He / she has a broad knowledge base with expertise in pediatric and adult lung function testing and stress testing. He / she assists in the development and management of the department’s budget, continuous improvement of operations, planning / program development, quality improvement initiatives and ensuring patient safety and staff. The supervisor works with other disciplines on issues related to the effective management of patient care and diagnostic testing. The supervisor is an educational resource and coordinates training for several clinical affiliates and disciplines within the organization. He / she fosters an environment of collaboration and respect with colleagues in the Lung Function Laboratory, physicians, nurses and other members of the healthcare team.
Polysomnographic technology: The polysomnographic technologist has one of the following qualifications: RST, RPSGT, RRT. The Polysomnography Technologist works under the direct supervision of the Sleep Disorders Center Director and Clinical Director (MD, PhD, DO) to provide comprehensive assessment and treatment of sleep disorders. This includes polysomnography, home sleep tests, diagnostic and therapeutic services, and follow-up care and patient education. The Polysomnographic Technologist will be familiar with all aspects of sleep laboratory operations and perform non-clinical functions including scheduling and pre-authorizations when assigned. The polysomnography technologist will supervise and train students during rotations at the sleep center.
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For these and other positions, visit www.kansashealthsystem.com/careers.