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CRT/RRT - PRN Nights

CRT/RRT - PRN Nights

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Long Term Acute Care (LTAC)

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Who We Are


Cornerstone Healthcare Group is a leading long term acute care hospital group (LTAC) committed to improving the health and well-being of patients by providing an environment of continuous process improvement, teamwork, integrity, fiscal responsibility and endless customer service.  Cornerstone, with its recent merger of Solara Healthcare, is headquartered in Dallas and owns 16 hospitals in Texas, Louisiana, Arizona, West Virginia and Oklahoma. Additionally, the group manages 3 hospitals in Ohio.


Why Work for Us?


Our hospitals offer competitive compensation and benefits, but that is not why our employees come to work for us. As a Cornerstone employee, you are truly a valued contributor to our team. It is no wonder why our employees gave us high scores in both overall satisfaction and employee engagement in our latest Cornerstone Employee Partnership Survey.


Our Core Values are woven into the fabric of our culture and engrained in our employees and how they perform their jobs every day.


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The Registered Respiratory Therapist --also known as Respiratory Care Practitioners—evaluates, treats and cares for patients with breathing or other cardiopulmonary disorders.  Their primary responsibility is for all respiratory care therapeutic treatments and diagnostic procedures under the direction of the Licensed Independent Practitioner.  Patient population served will range from 18 years to geriatric who are experiencing medically complex conditions and general cardiopulmonary conditions with rehabilitation needs.  Active involvement with the primary physician and interdisciplinary team in developing the patients plan of care; assesses their respiratory disorders to improve their optimal functional level of independence and establishes and administers a treatment program with specific goals determined according to the patients capacity and tolerance.  


Education and/or Experience: 

Associates degree in Respiratory Care from an accredited Respiratory Care Education program required. Minimally required to have successfully completed the standardized national examination to receive the CRT credential.


Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: 

Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) is preferred; Respiratory Care Practitioner (RCP) recommended. Must maintain current Provider CPR certification throughout employment.  Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) recommended.