SHIFT: Nights (rotating weekends)
Patient Care Technician, Full Time Nights (FTE .9)
Special Care Unit
Kendall Regional Medical Center
Kendall Regional Medical Center is a 417-bed, full-service, provisional Level I Trauma hospital providing 24-hour comprehensive medical, trauma, burn, surgical, women and children’s services, behavioral health and diagnostic services, along with a wide range of patient and community services. Kendall Regional Medical Center has been honored by being nationally recognized with many prestigious awards and accolades, including: Thomson Reuters 100 Top Hospitals, a HealthGrades Distinguished Hospital (Top 5%) for Clinical Excellence, The Joint Commission Certification as a Primary Stroke Center, accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI, and most recently, by the Joint Commission as a “Top Performer” on key quality measures.
Isn't it time you were offered a competitive salary and an exceptional benefits package that complements your lifestyle? Join the team at Kendall Regional Medical Center. Our award-winning hospital fosters an atmosphere that constantly rewards our nurses and clinical professionals for their commitment, while encouraging them to maintain a healthy lifestyle outside of work!
Kendall Regional Medical Center is a member of the nation’s leading provider of healthcare services, Hospital Corporation of America. HCA has been named one of Ethisphere’s World’s Most Ethical Companies for eight consecutive years. Join our tradition of excellence!
We offer a generous compensation package for Full-time and Part-time including: vacation, 401k, and Medical Insurance.
The Patient Care Technician assists the professional nursing personnel by
performing patient care activities, secretarial functions and ensuring patient
satisfaction under the supervision of the RN in accordance with the philosophy,
goals, and objectives of Kendall Regional Medical Center.
Job Responsibilities Include but are not Limited to:
Qualifications Required Job Qualifications Include:
- Vocational/Technical degree
- Must have CNA certification/license in the state of Florida
- 1-3 years preferred relevant experience
- Current Basic Life Support from the American Heart Association