Registered Respiratory Therapist (FT and PRN shifts available!)

Description

Phoebe Putney Health System is seeking motivated Respiratory Care Professionals for full time and PRN roles (all shifts available!). Sign-on bonus and relocation opportunities available!At Phoebe, our RRTs diagnose, recommend treatment and make a direct impact on patients' lives. You'll work with a supportive team of physicians, nurses and other members of the healthcare team to deliver medication, promote bronchial hygiene, manage mechanical ventilators and monitor the oxygenation status of our patients. Experience the satisfaction of joining the area's premier health system as a Registered Respiratory Therapist.What sets Phoebe apart:
  • The area's best RRT training program, offering cross-training, case variety and more opportunity than any other hospitals in the region
  • Huge opportunity for growth, with no better place to gain a wealth of knowledge and skills in the field of respiratory therapy
  • A variety of settings and diversity of tasks, whether working in different areas of an advanced hospital such as OR, ER, neonatal or critical care or within one of our smaller community facilities
  • Great incentives for RRTs, including shift differentials and tuition assistance
  • Our exceptional benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision coverage, retirement plans, education assistance and much more
  • Many advantages and perks, including wellness programs, day care, onsite gym and more
About Phoebe Putney Health SystemPhoebe Putney Health System is a not-for-profit network of more than 4,500 physicians, nurses, professional staff and volunteers. With four hospitals and a physician network, we are one of Georgia's largest regional medical centers and a key access point for high-quality care in Southwest Georgia. Join us in providing a better way to health and wellness for our entire community.

Qualifications

To join the Phoebe family, you'll need:
  • Associate's degree in Respiratory Therapy
  • ACLS, PALS and BLS certification
  • RRT licensure (NRP required for NICU therapists)
  • 1-2 years of recent experience preferred