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MUHA EC07 - ED Technician II - Adult ER Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus, Main Hospital
The Emergency Department Technician II reports to the Nurse Manager. Under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse, the Emergency Department Technician II performs multi-skilled activities to support a decentralized patient-centered approach to patient care and achieve desired outcomes.
MUHA EA32 - Registered Nurse II - Neuro Endovascular Surgery Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus, Main Hospital
Under general supervision, the Registered Nurse II provides individualized, goal-directed patient care to families and patients at the competent level utilizing the principles and practices of the nursing process; delivers safe and effective care and interacts with other members of the health care team to achieve desired results.
MUHA EC99 - PCT II - Meduflex (12hr/wk Days or Nights) Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The Meduflex (Float Pool) Patient Care Tech II reports to the Meduflex Nurse Manager. Under direct supervision of a Registered Nurse, The PCT II performs multi-skilled activities to support a decentralized patient-centered approach to patient care and achieve desired outcomes.
MUHA GA46 - Therapeutic Assistant - Meduflex (12hr/wk day or night) Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The Meduflex (Float Team) Therapeutic Assistant reports to the Meduflex Nurse Manager. Under the direction of a registered nurse the Therapeutic Assistant is responsible for providing patient care as directed by the multi-disciplinary treatment plan and the daily assignment sheet. The Therapeutic Assistant assists with patient admission on discharge processes, monitors and promotes the safety of the therapeutic environment, assure that patient’s activities of daily living are maintained, and supports the therapeutic program.
MUHA EA47 - Registered Nurse II - Meduflex - Peds Critical Care (24hr/wk nights) Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The Registered Nurse II- Pediatric/IOP Mental Health Zone Meduflex reports to the Nurse Manager. Under general supervision, the Registered Nurse II provides individualized, goal-directed patient care to families and patients at the competent level utilizing the principles and practices of the nursing process; delivers safe and effective care and interacts with other members of the health care team to achieve desired outcomes. This is for Pediatric/IOP night shift -24 hrs/week position.
MUHA EB70 - Registered Respiratory Therapist I Main Hospital
Perform a variety of respiratory therapy modalities for patients with cardiac and pulmonary dysfunction
MUHA EB53 - Physical Therapist I Main Hospital
The Physical Therapist I reports to the Rehab Manager. The Physical Therapist I develops and provides optimal patient care by planning and implementing a physical therapy program to individuals based upon age-specific and population specific needs utilizing a developmental and patient/family directed approach. Patient populations served: infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric for a variety of diagnosis to include but not limited to: neurologic, orthopedic, post surgical, pediatric, medically complex, inpatient or outpatient throughout the hospital system.
MUHA EB53 - Physical Therapist I Main Hospital
The Physical Therapist I reports to the Rehab Manager. The Physical Therapist I develops and provides optimal patient care by planning and implementing a physical therapy program to individuals based upon age-specific and population specific needs utilizing a developmental and patient/family directed approach. Patient populations served: infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric for a variety of diagnosis to include but not limited to: neurologic, orthopedic, post surgical, pediatric, medically complex, inpatient or outpatient throughout the hospital system.
MUHA EB53 - Physical Therapist I Main Hospital
The Physical Therapist I reports to the Rehab Manager. The Physical Therapist I develops and provides optimal patient care by planning and implementing a physical therapy program to individuals based upon age-specific and population specific needs utilizing a developmental and patient/family directed approach. Patient populations served: infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric for a variety of diagnosis to include but not limited to: neurologic, orthopedic, post surgical, pediatric, medically complex, inpatient or outpatient throughout the hospital system.
MUHA EC10 4402 - Alternative Transport Technician Charleston, SC-Main Campus
Under the direct supervision of the Meducare Ground Transport Shift Leader, the Alternative Transport Technician (ATT) is responsible for certification in BLS for patient assessment, stabilization, preparation for transport, and transport of patient within guidelines and protocols set by MUSC and Meducare. The ATT is responsible for all paperwork required for transport of patient and that the transport vehicle is checked off each shift to ensure all equipment is working and the van is clean and in compliance with MUSC and MEDUCARE’S rules, regulations and guidelines.
MUHA EC47 - Patient Transporter (2:00 - 10:30 p.m. / Rotating Weekends) Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The Patient Transporter reports to the Patient Transport Coordinator. Under general supervision, the Patient Transporter assists with the transportation of patients, laboratory specimens, medications, and other ancillary items within the MUSC campus.
MUHA EB72 - Registered Respiratory Therapist II Ashley River Tower
Perform a variety of respiratory therapy modalities for patients with cardiac and pulmonary dysfunction. May float as needed to any tower. Every other weekend & holidays as required.
MUHA EB71 - Non Registered Respiratory Therapist I Main Hospital
Perform a variety of respiratory therapy modalities for patients with cardiac and pulmonary dysfunction. This position will float to all towers as needed. Every other weekend & holidays as required. NBRC RRT Credential required within 18 months after hire date.
MUHA EC47 - Patient Transporter (12:30 - 9:00pm / Rotating Weekends) Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The Patient Transporter reports to the Patient Transport Coordinator. Under general supervision, the Patient Transporter assists with the transportation of patients, laboratory specimens, medications, and other ancillary items within the MUSC campus.
MUHA ND10 - Resource Management Program Director (INTERIM ONLY) Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The Resource Management Program Director reports to the Director of Patient Logistics. Under limited supervision, the Resource Management Program Director provides leadership and oversight of patient care support resources to include direction, coordination, consultation and communication with MUHA and MUSC-P leadership. This role is responsible for comprehensive operations on a 24-hours basis for the Resource Management Center and the Hospital Supervisors in accordance with policies, procedures and regulatory guidelines. The Resource Management Program Director develops and maintains staffing models and resource allocation programs to meet the evolving needs of the clinical enterprise.
MUHA EB70 - Registered Respiratory Therapist I Ashley River Tower
Perform a variety of respiratory therapy modalities for patients with cardiac and pulmonary dysfunction. This is a position that works 5 shifts every 2 weeks. Block flex days and nights. Every other weekend, holidays as required.
MUSCP - Certified Medical Assistant - Daniel Island Primary Care Mt Pleasant, SC
Responsible for quality patient care under the direction of a physician or licensed healthcare provider in a clinical practice. Duties to include rooming patients, taking vitals and health history, documenting in an electronic medical record, giving injections and assisting with minor procedures.
MUHA RN25 - Nurse Case Manager I (Pediatric Patients) Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The Nurse Case Manager (NCM) I reports to the Manager of Case Management and Care Transitions. Under guidance of the Nurse Case Manager Team Leader, the Nurse Case Manager I functions as a member of the clinical team. This role coordinates a plan of care to achieve clinical outcomes and promotes a safe and timely discharge. This position manages the plan of care throughout the care continuum to ensure the efficient movement of the patient through the hospital system. The Nurse Case Manager I serves as a clinical expert related to discharge planning, resource utilization, and case management.
UNIV- IRB Administrator II- Research Administration Charleston, SC-Main Campus
This position supports the institutional research enterprise by providing leadership and direction on all federal, state, and institutional regulatory compliance issues related to protection of human subjects. Manages and coordinates the IRB review process and participates in University initiatives related to the overall human research program and its various components. Serves as institutional reference in compliance matters.
MUSCP - Phlebotomist - Florence Endocrinology Florence, SC
The Phlebotomist will identify the patient and collect the appropriate specimen by using the proper technique and then returns specimen to the laboratory in accordance with established time frames. The Phlebotomist must perform tests in accordance with procedure policies and report results in a timely manner. He/she must investigate problems and take initiative in resolving them. He or she must perform laboratory duties in order to assist lab personnel with venipuncture, preparation of laboratory equipment, and designated testing. Perform other related work as requested by Practice Manager.

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