St. Vincent's Medical Center
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DescriptionJob Schedule: Per Diem
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Every day, over 30,000 Hartford HealthCare colleagues come to work with one thing in common: Pride in what we do, knowing every moment matters here. We invite you to become part of Connecticut’s most comprehensive healthcare network.
St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport has more than 3,200 employees. It includes a 473-bed community teaching hospital, a 76-bed inpatient psychiatric facility in Westport, a large multispecialty provider group, and special needs services for adults and children. St. Vincent’s is the first hospital in Fairfield County to be integrated into the Hartford HealthCare network, and is the system’s second-largest hospital.
• Performs reprocessing of equipment and maintains supplies for respiratory
• Cleans, assembles and inspects all equipment to be processed. Provides for
proper sterilization of processed items.
• Monitors, receives, and stocks all respiratory care supplies and medical gas
cylinders. Maintains storage areas with required supply levels and equipment.
• Checks and maintains hospital emergency equipment and supplies.
• Checks equipment for proper functioning and calls appropriate resource for
• Processes reusable equipment.
• Orders and stocks supplies in all patient units.
• Orders, stocks and rounds on oxygen tanks.
• Organizes and maintains storage areas.
• Other Duties as assigned
• Entry-level computer skills helpful
• One year of experience preferred.
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With locations around the state, Hartford HealthCare offers exciting opportunities for career development and growth. Here, you are part of an organization on the cutting edge – helping to bring new technologies, breakthrough treatments and community education to countless men, women and children. We know that a thriving organization starts with thriving employees-- we provide a competitive benefits program designed to ensure work/life balance. Every moment matters. And this is your moment.