Putnam Hospital Center (PHC) is a 164-bed, not-for-profit, acute care hospital located in Carmel, New York, offering the highest quality medical, surgical, psychiatric, pediatric and obstetrical/gynecological care, as well as 24-hour emergency services, home health care and community based services.
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Comprehensive Health & Dental Insurance Options
Generous Paid Time Off program
Employer Paid Group Life and AD&D Insurance
Employee Assistance Program
Tuition Reimbursement program
Tax-Deferred Annuity program
Long Term Disability (full time positions)
Long Term Illness Bank
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Putnam Hospital Center is an affiliate of the Health Quest hospital system. Health Quest is the Mid-Hudson Valley''s largest healthcare network providing the highest quality care across a broad spectrum of services. Offering the full range of hospital services, pre-hospital emergency care, homecare and nursing home care, the Health Quest system provides immediate and caring service to the one million people who reside in the New York counties of Columbia, Dutchess, Ulster, Orange, Putnam and northern Westchester. The not-for-profit system includes three hospitals with 647 beds, 29,000 patient admissions and 81,000 emergency room visits.
Putnam Hospital Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Bio Medical Tech II
Assumes responsibility for calibration, repair and documentation of the routine use and maintenance of all assigned biomedical equipment in accordance with department, hospital and regulatory agencies upon request in order to ensure the efficiency of patient care.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Maintains knowledge of electrical requirements, its routine employment and conscientious record keeping in order to perform all maintenance repair and inspection of biomedical equipment.
Modifies an existing instrument to satisfy the special requirements of a particular clinical situation to ensure efficiency of patient care required.
Requisitions replacement and repair parts as needed to minimize equipment downtime.
Coordinates the maintenance, repairs and calibration for a specialty.
Associates Degree in Electronics or Biomedical Engineering, or equivalent.
Specialty equipments: with one to three years of experience on this equipment.
Eligiblility for A.A.M.I. Certification