OR/Sterile Processing Technician
Job ID: 101558 Date posted: March 07, 2020
- Sharp Coronado Hospital and Hlth
- Sterile Processing
- Clinical Technician Jobs
The Sterile Processing Technician is responsible for decontamination, reprocessing, sterilization and storage of Operating Room (OR) instrumentation; sterilizer monitoring, maintenance and documentation; OR supply maintenance and case cart assembly.
1500 total joints are performed a year utilizing 3 operating rooms for a very busy ortho service line.
From emergency services to a nationally recognized total joint replacement program, Sharp Coronado Hospital is a 181 bed facility that has a long tradition of providing top-quality, comprehensive health care.
Sharp Coronado incorporates many personalized aspects into its care philosophy — including patient empowerment, patient and family education, and a physical environment that promotes healing through complementary therapies such as clinical aromatherapy, massage and Healing Touch. Sharp Coronado Hospital is one of the first five hospitals nationally to be designated as a Person-Centered Hospital by Planetree, an organization committed to personalizing, humanizing, and demystifying the hospital experience for patients and their families.
This position is located Coronado, San Diego County.
One year experience in an acute care hospital, sterile processing, or surgery department or completion of a program for sterile processing/central supply technician
Thorough knowledge of surgical instrumentation, sterile techniques, general hospital supplies and equipment
- Great interpersonal skills
- CRCST certification (IAHCSMM) or CSPDT certification (CBSPD)
- High School Diploma or equivalent
Sharp HealthCare is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
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