Nuvance Health is a family of award-winning nonprofit hospitals and healthcare professionals in the Hudson Valley and western Connecticut. Nuvance Health combines highly skilled physicians, state-of-the-art facilities and technology, and compassionate caregivers dedicated to providing quality care across a variety of clinical areas, including Cardiovascular, Neurosciences, Oncology, Orthopedics, and Primary Care.
Nuvance Health has a network of convenient hospital and outpatient locations — Danbury Hospital, New Milford Hospital, Norwalk Hospital and Sharon Hospital in Connecticut, and Northern Dutchess Hospital, Putnam Hospital Center and Vassar Brothers Medical Center in New York — plus multiple primary and specialty care physician practices locations, including The Heart Center, a leading provider of cardiology care, and two urgent care offices. Non-acute care is offered through various affiliates, including the Thompson House for rehabilitation and skilled nursing services, and the Home Care organizations. For more information about Nuvance Health, visit www.nuvancehealth.org.
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Performs specific maternal, infant, and surgical care activities as well as OR surgical technologist duties and non-professional activities under the direction of a registered nurse. Under the direct supervision of an RN, the Labor and Delivery surgical technologist provides care necessary to meet physical, emotional, and psychosocial needs of the neonate and women of childbearing age consistent with the philosophy, goals, policies, and procedures of the VBMC nursing department and hospital administration. The surgical technologist will demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to complete the technical competencies and provision of care to the patient population served in the division of Maternal Child Health. Follows approved policies and procedures.
Minimum Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Requirements:
License, Registration, or Certification Requirements:
- Requires high school diploma or equivalent.
- Graduated from a CAAHEP- or ABHES- accredited program and holds and maintains Certified Surgical Technologist certification (“has successfully completed a nationally accredited educational program for surgical technologists and holds and maintains a certified surgical technologist credential administered by a nationally-accredited surgical technologist credentialing organization”);
- Completed a military surgical technology program
- 15 hours of continuing education (CE) each year,
- Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) required through a nationally accredited educational program, such as National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA).
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