NRC Health is honored to recognize top-performing hospitals and health systems that have exhibited an exceptional commitment to understanding each individual's complete care journey. The Excellence Awards recognize these elite organizations which have received the highest ratings in overall satisfaction by patients and their families. The winners were selected from the extensive database of NRC Health hospital clients for their performance over the last four quarters. Lakewood Ranch Medical Center was selected for its first place ranking in the Excellence in Care Transitions of acute care hospitals. "Each year our partners inspire us with their commitment to service," says Helen Hrdy, Senior Vice President of Client Service at NRC Health. "The individuals at these organizations show a genuine understanding for their patients, which is revealed in their extraordinary, compassionate care. It is always a special pleasure for us to honor and recognize these efforts with the Excellence Award. We congratulate Lakewood Ranch Medical Center for embodying human understanding and demonstrating a commitment to patient-centered care."
"Our team is dedicated to providing superior quality patient care," says Judy Young, Chief Nursing Officer at Lakewood Ranch Medical Center. "Being selected for this recognition by NRC based on hospital performance as reported by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is very rewarding. The various teams here at the hospital work collaboratively to provide our patients with the best possible outcomes."
This position requires a current Florida CNA or EMT License as well as a current AHA BLS certification.
The Critical Care Tech is responsible for assisting with the implementation of supportive patient care under the direction of an RN. This includes demonstrating competency in strong basic patient care skills, basic arrhythmia knowledge, clerical/courier duties, stocking, transporting, and performing EKG's, specific patient care duties and other department duties as requested. Primarily works Critical Care Setting but may be floated as needed. Actively demonstrates a passion for patient care while demonstrating service recovery if needed. Service Excellence at all times. Other duties as assigned.
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