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1 Covenant Medical Center 3421 West Ninth Street Waterloo, Iowa Careers in Health Care Sartori Memorial Hospital 515 College Street Cedar Falls, Iowa Mercy Hospital 201 8th Ave. S.E. Oelwein, IA Various Covenant Clinic Locations Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare Human Resources 3421 West Ninth Street Waterloo, IA Phone: For job openings visit

2 BACHELOR S DEGREE Chemical Dependency Counselor Cytotechnologist Medical Records Administrator (RRA) Nutritionist Radiologic Technologist Registered Nurse (BSN) Social Worker (BSW) Dietitian Medical Technologist MASTER S DEGREE Advanced Nurse Practitioner Audiologist (certification requires master s degree plus 1 year experience) Medical Librarian Nurse Anesthetist (BSN with minimum of one year experience plus 24 to 36 month nurse anesthetist program) Nurse Midwife Physical Therapist Social Worker (MSW) Speech-Language Pathologist Occupational Therapist DOCTORATE DEGREE Pharmacist Physical Therapist Physician Psychologist HEALTH CARE OFFERS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE! There are over 200 different career options in health care. These options require various educational levels and offer a variety of work-place settings. In addition to acute care, psychiatric, and rehabilitation hospitals, health care professionals may be employed by educational institutions, clinics, homehealth agencies, emergency service providers, long-term care facilities, accounting firms, advertising agencies, public relations firms, insurance companies, government health and welfare departments, law firms, out-placement firms, employment agencies, pharmaceutical companies, publishing houses, research institutions, and manufacturing plants. Opportunities for health care professionals increase every day. The United States Department of Labor estimated that 10 of the 12 fastest growing occupations are in health care. The Department of Labor is also forecasting a demand for over 1 million newly created positions in health care within the next 10 years. With all of these opportunities, there is something for everyone! It s time you found your place in health care today! For more information contact a member of Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare s Human Resources Department Phone:

3 DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES CYTOTECHNOLOGIST Cytotechnologists (CT) are laboratory specialists responsible for examining human cell samples under the microscope for early signs of cancer and other diseases. They can issue the final report for certain specimens that are normal; when abnormal cells are present, the Cytotechnologist works with the pathologist to arrive at a final diagnosis. ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH TECHNICIAN (ECG) The ECG Technician operates an electrocardiograph, an instrument that helps diagnose heart disease by monitoring the actions of the patient s heart muscle. The technician places electrodes at several points on the patient s body to obtain tracings on the graph. The tracings are then interpreted by another member of the health care team. ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH TECHNICIAN (EEG) The EEG Technician operates an instrument that records brain waves. Electrodes attached to the patient s head measure impulse frequencies and differences in electrical potential between various parts of the brain. Results of testing are interpreted by a physician with special training in electroencephalography. HISTOTECHNICIAN Working closely with the pathologist, the Histotechnician processes the tissue biopsies removed during surgery. The tissue is cut into very thin slices, mounted on slides and stained with special dyes to make the cells details visible under the microscope. Histotechnicians must work quickly, as they are frequently under pressure to deliver results while the patient is in surgery. MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIANS (MLT) Working under the supervision of a Medical Technologist, a Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) performs routine tests in all areas of the clinical laboratory. They search for basic clues to the absence, presence, extent, and causes of diseases. This skilled individual is responsible for performing laboratory tests efficiently and accurately for high-quality patient care. HEALTH CAREERS BY EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS LESS THAN TWO YEARS (Usually involves completion of coursework ranging from short term to months) Biomedical Equipment Technician Emergency Medical Technician Histologic Technician Home Health Aid Licensed Practical Nurse Medical Assistant Medical Secretary Medical Transcriber Nursing Assistant (less than 1 year) Pharmacy Technician Psychiatric Technician Surgical Technologist Unit Clerk CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS Certified Surgical Technologist Cytotechnologist (1 year with Medical Technology Degree) Medical Record Administrator (RRA) TWO YEAR CERTIFICATE OR ASSOCIATE S DEGREE Electroencephalograph Technician Electrocardiogram Technician Medical Records Technician (ART) Nuclear Medicine Technologist Occupational Therapy Assistant Paramedic (Emergency Mobile Intensive Care Technician) Physical Therapy Assistant Radiologic Technologist Registered Nurse (ADN) Respiratory Therapist Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (Ultrasound) Radiation Technician

4 BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN (cont d) He or she may assist other hospital personnel in conducting experiments, and train practitioners, nurses, and researchers in the operation of the machines. Supervision of equipment schedules is also sometimes involved. It is necessary for the Technicians to have not only working knowledge of the particular machine, but also the theory of operation, the physiological principles involved, and the practical, safe, clinical application of biomedical equipment. Biomedical Equipment Technicians often work hand in hand with Biomedical Engineers and personnel in medical facilities, universities, industry, and government. MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST (MT) Medical Technologists work in all areas of the clinical laboratory including blood banking, chemistry, hematology, immunology, and microbiology. They perform a full range of laboratory tests from simple premarital blood tests, to more complex tests to uncover diseases such as HIV/AIDS, diabetes, and cancer. They also confirm the accuracy of test results, and report laboratory findings to pathologists and other physicians. The information that a Medical Technologist gives to the doctor influences the medical treatment a patient will receive. NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGIST Nuclear Medicine Technologists work under the supervision of a physician in diagnosis and some treatment of a wide range of medical conditions. Duties frequently involve direct contact with patients in performing scans (Nuclear Imaging Studies), but also include laboratory procedure preparation, recording images, computer processing, decision making and administration of radiopharmaceuticals. Some more specific duties of technologists are: the calculation, preparation, and administration of radioactive drugs, positioning and equipment operation in detecting the drugs, and preparation of films and graphs for physician interpretation. RADIOGRAPHER (RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGIST) - The Radiographer provides patient services by using radiant energy to aid the physician in disease diagnosis. Duties include providing patient care essential to x-ray procedures in routine and emergency situations, correctly adjusting equipment and positioning patients for optimum quality x-ray films, exercising discretion and judgment in the performance of medical imaging procedures and applying procedures of radiation protection for the patient, effectively producing and evaluating the technical aspects of the required films. ULTRASOUND TECHNOLOGIST Ultrasound Technologists (Diagnostic Medical Sonographers) use complex equipment to direct high frequency sound waves into specific areas of the patient s body to obtain visual information about internal organs, development of the fetus in the mother s body, fluid and accumulations, or masses.

5 EMERGENCY SERVICES EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN - (Basic, Intermediate, Paramedic, or Paramedic Specialist) Emergency Medical Technicians are employed by hospital emergency departments, ambulance services, fire departments and helicopter services. Working through physicians control, EMT s deliver emergency treatment at the site of an injury, accident or other medical emergency. The First Responder is the basic level used often as volunteers in communities. The primary objective of the emergency medical program is evaluation of need and delivery of definitive treatment rapidly and efficiently to acutely ill or injured persons. HEALTH INFORMATION MEDICAL LIBRARIAN The Medical Librarian is a professionally educated individual who is responsible for the organization and dissemination of health information (general, scientific and clinical) to professionals and staff in a health care or educational setting. The librarian is responsible for building and arranging the institution s information resources. Other activities may include conducting research, writing abstracts, or writing for publications. HEALTH INFORMATION ADMINISTRATOR The Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) is responsible to see that each patient s medical records are complete, kept confidential, and safeguarded from individuals not involved with the medical care of the patient. Confidentiality and legal aspects are also among their responsibilities including handling subpoenas and depositions. The RHIA may be a supervisor in a Health Information Department. HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNICIAN The Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) reviews medical records for completeness and accuracy, sees that all information on a patient is available and arranged properly in the patient s chart, and translates the names of diseases and surgical procedures into coding symbols for retrieval and payment purposes. Computers, microfilm and microfiche equipment are some of the modem aids used to carry out functions of the position. ADVANCED NURSE PRACTITIONER (ARNP) As a midlevel Health Care Practitioner, they practice independently in collaboration with physicians. The Nurse Practitioner s focus is on education, wellness and treatment of illnesses or injuries. They can prescribe medications, x-rays and labs. They work in a variety of areas including family practice, peds, OB and occupational health. NURSE ANESTHETIST The Nurse Anesthetist is an essential member of the surgical team. He or she is a skilled and highly educated specialist who, under the direction of a physician, administers anesthetics to patients for all types of surgery. They also practice in the obstetrics department, with psychiatric patients, in the respiratory therapy department, the emergency room and in dental offices. Attention to vital signs and changes in the patient s condition is one of the important functions of the Nurse Anesthetist. NUTRITIONAL SERVICES FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISORS Food Service Supervisors are responsible for providing food services in hospitals and other facilities. Typical responsibilities include assisting with menu preparation, production schedules and the standardization of recipes. They are involved in patient care services consisting of processing dietary menus, helping patients with menu selection, and writing routine modified diets according to established patterns. REGISTERED DIETICIAN Dietitians educate patients about nutrition and administering medical nutrition therapy as part of the health care team. They may also manage the food service operations, overseeing everything from food purchasing and preparation to managing staff. SCIENCE & ENGINEERING BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN With the increasing use of more complicated diagnostic equipment, it has become necessary to have hospital staff that can repair or modify machines immediately. The Biomedical Equipment Technician maintains, repairs, adapts, and sometimes even constructs to order, the medical electronic equipment used daily in hospitals.

6 Surgical Technologist (cont d) - The Technologist, if qualified, may also operate sterilizers, lights, suction machines, and diagnostic equipment and may become specialized in certain areas of operating room surgery. Various programs exist to become a Certified Surgical Technologist. This certification requires continual knowledge, growth and peer development. NURSING CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT (CNA) Certified Nursing Assistants or Aides provide basic patient care under direct nursing supervision. One of the most important duties of the Nursing Assistant is to be sensitive to changes in the symptoms and needs of patients. Notifying nurses of changes can have an important effect on the quality of care a patient receives. Nursing Assistants may bathe and feed patients, take patient s vital signs, make beds, and provide other assistance to the nurse. LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE (LPN) A Licensed Practical Nurse works under the supervision of a registered nurse giving nursing care to patients in situations that are routine and uncomplicated, and works very closely with a registered nurse in giving care to patients in more complex situations. The LPN is qualified to also give routine bedside care and selected portions of the individual s plan of care. REGISTERED NURSE (RN) Nursing is an art and science directed at the promotion of health, prevention of disease and care of the sick. It is practiced in a variety of settings such as hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, industry, schools, and homes. Nurses are called upon to perform a wide range of services requiring a high level of knowledge and judgment. The profession provides an array of intellectual challenges and a host of career opportunities. Today s nurse operates and interprets intricate life-saving equipment and understands, administers and evaluates the effects of a wide range of medications. They also participate in patient care evaluation, discharge planning and patient teaching. The nurse is responsible for assisting the patient in lifestyle changes and promoting self care for patients with chronic/self-limiting health concerns. MENTAL, PHYSICAL & SOCIAL SPECIALTIES ATHLETIC TRAINER An Athletic Trainer is an integral part of the complete athletic program. The trainer s duties consist of implementing prevention-of-injury programs and immediate treatment and rehabilitation procedures for the injured athlete as directed by the team physician. More specifically, an Athletic Trainer is professionally educated to recognize and evaluate injuries associated with competitive sports, provide immediate treatment and then determine if an injury requires further specialized care, implement prevention-of-injury programs, plan and implement rehabilitation of injury regimens, educate and counsel athletes concerning health care, and organize an athletic training program. AUDIOLOGIST SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST Audiology and Speech Language Pathology are professions which have developed out of concern for people with speech and hearing disorders. Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathologists, or Speech Therapists as they have formerly been called, devote themselves to helping both children and adults overcome speech and hearing problems. Speech-Language Pathologists primarily specialize in helping people with problems of speech, language and voice disorders. They primarily diagnose and evaluate the individual s speech and language ability, they plan, direct and conduct a treatment program to restore or develop patient s communication skills. Audiologists concentrate on individuals with hearing problems. They assess the type and degree of hearing impairment, then plan, direct, and conduct rehabilitation and training programs. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST Occupational Therapy is the use of purposeful activities as rehabilitation for persons with physical injury or illness, psychosocial dysfunction, developmental or learning disabilities, poverty and cultural differences or the aging process. The ultimate goal of Occupational Therapy is to help the patient reach his or her highest level of functioning in normal activities of daily living.

7 Occupational Therapist (cont d) - Occupational Therapists work closely with other health care professionals and with the patient and family to provide education regarding the nature of the disability, precautions, home programs, and community resources. CERTIFIED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT (COTA) Occupational Therapy Assistants aid therapists in rehabilitation activities. Duties may include educational, vocational, and recreational activity programs, teaching and assisting patients, and making reports on the patient s progress to the therapist. They may also order, prepare, and lay out materials, help to make splints and braces, and maintain tools and equipment. PHARMACIST Pharmacists are primary dispensers of medicines and health supplies. They make available thousands of items used in health care, ranging from the drugs and chemicals used in compounding prescription medication to sickroom supplies. Pharmacists serve the community as a prime source of information on health topics by helping patrons maintain their health and well-being by giving them the health information they need, or by telling them where they can get the help they should have. PHYSICAL THERAPIST Physical Therapists work with patients to restore function, prevent disability, and relieve pain after disease or injury. Treatment is directed toward normal movement and independence. Therapists review records, conduct assessments of joint motion, muscle strength, posture, gait, sensory perception, reflexes, muscle tone, endurance and cardiac status. Treatment programs are designed with an emphasis on the patient s reintegration into society and his/her home environment. Methods of treatment include therapeutic exercise, gait and transfer training, cardiac rehabilitation, and the use of pain relieving modalities. PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT (PTA) The PTA helps the professional Physical Therapist in patient related activities by carrying out the tasks for which he or she was educated under the Physical Therapist s supervision. PTA s perform routine treatment procedures in accordance with planned programs, assist the physical therapist in carrying out more complex procedures, and observe and report patient behavior to their supervisor. RESPIRATORY THERAPIST, REGISTERED (RRT) A career in Respiratory Therapy offers an individual the opportunity to blend hi-tech and scientific responsibilities with the human aspect of patient care to treat a person with heart and lung abnormalities. This health care specialty offers a set of unique challenges in the areas of prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of people with lung problems. RESPIRATORY THERAPIST, CERTIFIED (CRT) Respiratory Therapy Technicians work under the supervision of both the therapist and the physician. Their duties are essentially the same as those of the therapist. However, they make fewer decisions and have less responsibility in performing treatments, due to their clinical education which is less comprehensive than that of a Registered Respiratory Therapist. SOCIAL WORKER Social Workers in hospitals often spend a great deal of time helping patients adjust to serious and prolonged illnesses and the effect illnesses have on the daily process of living. They are skilled in applying professional knowledge to the complex situation people encounter when illness strikes. The Medical Social Worker is skilled in helping the patients and family deal with the personal problems that result from severe or long illness, or disability. The social worker has become an important link for the patient between hospitalization and return to normal life in the community. The Psychiatric Social Worker concentrates on helping people who have mental health concerns. They may work in clinics or with inpatients in psychiatric hospitals. These social workers also serve as a link between the family and the other members of the health care team. SURGICAL TECHNOLOGIST The Surgical Technologist, also referred to as an Operating Room Technician, is supervised by a registered nurse and performs tasks that are essential to the continuity of the surgical procedure. The Technologist arranges supplies and instruments, keeping an accurate count of the latter at all times, helps the surgical team members scrub and dress for surgery, passes instruments and other sterile supplies to the surgeon during the operation, helps apply dressings, and helps prepare and preserve specimens taken for testing.

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