Why Blue Mountain Hospital District & Grant County?
The Blue Mountain Hospital District (BMHD) is located in Grant County, Oregon, at the heart of the John Day River, in beautiful, rural, Eastern Oregon. Our District is comprised of a Critical Access Hospital (CAH), Family & Rural Medicine Clinic, Home Health and Hospice, Emergency Medical Services, an Intermediate Care Center and all of the supporting ancillary departments necessary to care for the health and wellness of our community.
Our District spans from John Day to Prairie City, nestled in a valley surrounded by the Blue Mountains. The Strawberry Mountain Range and John Day River Valley offers a variety of outdoor activities, from abundant hiking/mountain biking/horse riding trails, to high and low lakes and ponds. Our area is known to be a “go to” place not just for recreation, but also for big game hunting and fishing!
Join our family-like team and settle into a lifestyle that is hard to beat!
For more information on our area, visit our Grant County Chamber of Commerce page at: https://www.gcoregonlive.com/
- Assists with patient’s goals and needs by providing quality care: Conducting pulmonary function tests; assessing and interpreting evaluations and test results; determining respiratory therapy treatment plans in consultation with patient’s physician.
- Supports life by administering medicated inhalants; operating and managing mechanical ventilators, BIPAP therapy, therapeutic gas administration apparatus, environmental control systems, and aerosol generators and cardio-pulmonary resuscitation.
- Administers respiratory therapy treatments by performing broncho-pulmonary drainage; assisting with breathing exercises; monitoring physiological and clinical responses to therapy, such as vital signs, arterial blood gases, SPO2 and clinical appearance.
- Is present for all new born deliveries and C-sections, assessing the newborn and providing appropriate intervention when needed. (ventilation, CPAP therapy, suctioning etc.
- Assists in discharge planning by consulting with physicians, nurses, social workers, and other health care workers; contributing input during patient care conferences.
- Documents patient care services by charting in patient and department records.
- Protects patients and employees by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols.
- Ensures proper operation of equipment by performing pre-test calibrations and maintenance requirements; troubleshooting malfunctions; calling for repairs when needed.
- Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending in-service training programs, educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies..
- Complies with federal, state, and local legal and certification requirements by studying existing and new legislation; anticipating future legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions.
- Friendly and compassionate bedside manner. Works well independently but is also a team player. Communicates well with doctors, nurses, patients and their families. Creates a safe, and effective environment by practicing infection control. Sound clinical judgment and a good knowledge of respiratory diseases and conditions. Maintains patient confidentiality.
For more information, contact:
Holly Thompson, Human Resources Generalist
firstname.lastname@example.org | (541) 575-3820