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Surgical Technologist - Cert (CST)

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Northwell HealthForest Hills, NY
  • Performs scrub nurse duties and participates as a member of the surgical team, as directed.
  • Assists Registered Nurse in the nursing care of surgery patients.
  • Prepares Operating Room for each surgical procedure as per OR policy and procedure.
  • Sets up and maintains surgical equipment including: autoclave, ESU, Hypo/Hyperthermia Blanket, Athrombic Pump, CO2 Insufflator and System 1 Processor.
  • Ensures OR is supplied with appropriate instruments, sutures, supplies and equipment necessary for each surgical procedure.
  • Assists with preparation and maintenance of instruments processed in Central Sterile Processing.
  • Ensures equipment is functioning properly prior to use and informs management of equipment malfunctions.
  • Assists with surgical set-up including the connection of suction, electrical cords, power cables and electrocautery equipment
  • Maintains and organizes sterile instrument table and/or mayo tray.
  • Follows aseptic technique for opening and setting up of sterile supplies and field.
  • Performs scrub role for surgical procedures.
  • Establishes and maintains a sterile field and monitors the aseptic techniques of the surgical team; documents accordingly and takes corrective action, as necessary.
  • Gowns and gloves other scrubbed members of the surgical team.
  • Performs sponge, instrument and sharps counts per policy and procedure and notifies RN or Head Nurse of any discrepancies.
  • Performs related duties, as required.
  • ADA Essential Functions
  • High School Diploma or equivalent, required.
  • Successful completion from a nationally accredited educational program for surgical technologist, and holds and maintains a certified surgical technologist (CST) credential administered by the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA), required.
  • a person may be employed or contracted with to practice surgical technology during the 12-month period immediately following successful completion of a surgical technology program, but may not continue to be employed beyond that period without documentation that the employee holds and maintains a certified surgical technologist credential required.
  • Must be and remain in good standing with NYS regulations, required.
  • Minimum of one (1) year of OR Technician experience, preferred.

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