Reid Health Materials Processing Technician 1 in Richmond, Indiana
Utilizes C.A.R.E. principles in all interactions with the customers of the Materiel Processing Department. Processes sterile and non-sterile supplies and equipment. Dispenses equipment, trays and supplies as requested by the using departments. Maintains proper medical supply stock levels on the stationary carts and other par levels. Utilizes an on-line terminal to the mainframe computer and a microcomputer with electronic data interchange, database, spreadsheet and word processing capabilities.
Decontaminates instruments, glassware, metalware, other reusable supplies and equipment such as patient helpers, equipment, etc.
Prepares and sterilizes supplies, diagnostic and treatment trays, equipment, needles and syringes according to prescribed procedure.
Answers telephone and operates Surgery/Materiel Processing Service Elevators, dispenses supplies and equipment as requested.
Assists in maintaining adequate supplies, sterile and non-sterile, on hand by visual inspection and requisitions supplies from Materiel Handling and Pharmacy. Fills and checks off Materiel Handling order and stores items.
Inspects and reports all instruments and equipment that are broken or missing or malfunctioning.
Assists in training new personnel.
Checks sterile supplies to assure the integrity of the package has not been compromised, rotates supplies and removes damaged supplies from shelves.
Inputs KCI information into the Microsoft Access file. Assures that input of information is complete and accurate.
Prepares packaged kits and trays and maintains at standard levels.
Responsible for basic aseptic technique and adherence to Infection Control policies.
Assists with product testing and equipment evaluation.
Assists in the setting up of case carts and sending supplies to Surgery if needed.
Inventories and controls equipment. When needed, makes equipment rounds of patient care areas to check on location of equipment or to check proper function of equipment and proper use of equipment.
Makes scheduled rounds to pick up soiled equipment and supplies from Patient Care areas, Laboratory, Emergency Department, MBCC etc. and returns these to Decontamination Area.
Performs morgue duties as outlined in the policies and procedures manuals.
Responds to security codes after proper training has been completed.
Transports C-Frames and stainless steel instrument carts to and from Surgery as needed.
Assists in the preparation of, cleaning of and safety checking of equipment and supplies for the Home Medical Equipment and Home Oxygen Services.
Appropriately logs information and is responsible for keeping self up-to-date on procedure changes and information.
Assists with special projects as assigned.
Performs other related duties as required.
Evening shift. 40 hours weekly. 2:30p - 11:00p.
Requisition ID: 2020-7083
Street: 1100 Reid Pkwy