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Providence Health & Services Surgical Technologist - Maternity Services *$5,000 Sign-On Bonus And Relocation* in Medford, Oregon


Providence is calling a Surgical Technologist to its Maternity Services Team at Providence Medford Medical Center in Medford, OR. This is a full-time, rotating/variable shift position. In a 2 week pay period, you will be scheduled 4 night shifts (1800-0630), and 2 day shifts (0600-1830). You will also participate in the team's weekend and standby rotation. Aside from the fantastic benefits Providence offers (which begin on day 1 of employment), we are also offering a $5,000 extended sign-on bonus and relocation assistance for new hire and re-hire Caregivers who qualify for the offerings. Details about the programs offered will be shared at time of interview.

We have 8 LDRP with 2 triage rooms and 2 operating rooms. Patient population is 36 weeks and greater. Level 1 OB care and Level 1 newborn care. Hypertension, gestational diabetes, and twins can be managed for greater than 36 weeks gestation. You will only be placed on standby for low census. This is calculated on rotation. Providence Medford Medical Center is a Level 3 Trauma Center with 168 licensed beds. It's also home to one of the only Joint Commission Advanced Certification Primary Stroke Centers, and has received Joint Commission Disease Specific Care Certification for total hip and knee replacements.

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We are seeking a Surgical Technologist - Maternity Services who will work closely with all members of the surgical team to provide direct patient care in an effort to optimize positive surgical outcomes. Assist the surgeon and surgical team during the procedure by providing the appropriate sutures, supplies, instruments and equipment. Maintain proper sterile technique during the procedure.

In this position you will have the following responsibilities:

  • Case Preparation:

  • Review scheduled cases in advance to provide equipment and supplies appropriate to the procedure

  • Anticipate each individual surgeon’s needs by being cognizant of changes and preparing in advance additional equipment, instruments, sutures and other supplies necessary for the procedures across all specialties

  • Work with circulating nurse in preparing room, equipment and opening supplies

  • Practice sterile technique during scrubbing, gowning, gloving, and preparation of surgical equipment and supplies; maintain sterile technique practices and surgical conscience throughout duration of surgical procedure

  • Assist the Surgeon by:

  • Draping the patient

  • Passing surgical instruments, supplies and equipment

  • Sponging or suctioning in the operative field

  • Anticipating steps of surgical procedure to avoid delay

  • Apply electrocautery as directed

  • Connecting drain to suction apparatus

  • Applying dressing to closed wound

  • Under direct supervision of surgeon:

  • Cut suture material

  • Hold retractors or surgical instruments for site exposure

  • Sponge and suction in the surgical field

  • Assist in wound homeostasis and skin closure

  • Ensure patient safety by:

  • Participation of proper Universal Protocol/Safe Surgery Checklist

  • Maintaining correct count of instruments, sponges, needles and miscellaneous items with the collaboration of the circulating nurse, according to GOP

  • Immediately reporting/replacing malfunctioning equipment

  • Reporting abnormal conditions and performing effectively during emergency situations; assisting physicians and nurses

  • Collecting and managing specimens on the sterile field; assuring proper identification and labeling of specimens before passing off to circulating nurse

  • Continuous quality improvement and training on advanced procedures and techniques

  • Maintaining sterile technique

  • Observing electrocautery safety policy

  • Participating in ensuring correct patient position

  • Accurately transport non-scheduled medications to appropriate procedural areas

  • Appropriately drawing up, labeling, and verifying medications and solutions on the sterile field under the direction of a MD or Surgical RN

  • Stewardship of resources:

  • Care for surgical equipment and instrumentation during and immediately following a surgical procedure

  • Organize and prioritize work in an efficient and cost effective manner

  • Limit waste and charges to the patient by opening only supplies that are needed


Required qualifications for this position includes:

  • Completion of a surgical technologist program accredited by a national accreditation organization -AND- holds a current surgical technologist certification issued by a nationally accredited certifying organization for surgical technologists, both approved by the Oregon Health Authority

  • Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification

New Graduate requirements:

  • A Recent graduate of an accredited surgical technologist program must obtain a surgical technologist certification issued by a nationally accredited certifying organization for surgical technologists that is approved by the Oregon Health Authority within twelve (12) months of completion of a surgical technologist program.

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Schedule: Full-time

Shift: Variable

Job Category: Surgical Techs

Location: Oregon-Medford

Req ID: 321919