CarolinaEast Health System Perfusionist in New Bern, North Carolina


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Shift and days vary


Min: 40.34 Mid: 51.44 Max: 62.53

Job Details

Bachelors degree is required

American Heart Association BLS (CPR) Certification Required

Experience is required

About CarolinaEast Medical Center

CarolinaEast Health System is dedicated to quality and compassionate care across the Coastal Carolina region. The flagship of the health system is a 350 bed full service medical center housing a complete compliment of inpatient and outpatient services with the latest technology. CarolinaEast Health System employs 2,500 dedicated team members. We have physician practices in various specialties spanning four counties. Our employees create a culture of excellence that connects our patients to the same level of care that is usually found at larger medical centers while maintaining a friendly, community feel throughout our facilities. CarolinaEast offers a comprehensive benefits package to all full time employees as well as benefits to part time plus and part time employees. CarolinaEast Medical Center is the only continuous 5-star rated hospital by CMS in North Carolina.

A Perfusionist operates extracorporeal circulation and autotransfusion equipment during any medical situation where it is necessary to support or temporarily replace the patient's circulatory or respiratory function. The Perfusionist is knowledgeable concerning the variety of equipment available to perform extracorporeal circulation functions and is responsible, in consultation with the Physician, for selecting the appropriate equipment and techniques to be used. Perfusionist conduct the extracorporeal circulation and ensure the safe management of physiologic functions by monitoring the necessary variables. During cardiopulmonary bypass, the Perfusionist may administer blood products, anesthetic agents , or drugs through the extracorporeal circuit on prescription and/or appropriate protocol. The Perfusionist is responsible for the monitoring of blood gases and the adequate anticoagulation of the patient, induction of hypothermia, hemodilution, and other duties, when prescribed.BLS, graduate of an accredited school of Cardiovascular Perfusion, and certified or board eligible by the American Board of Cardiovascular Perfusion and the North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Perfusion. Bachelor's degree required. CPR required.