This is for the Pediatric Neonatal Transport team, which
requires 2,000 hours of experience in a NICU level II or III.
Additional requirements needed.
Qualified Candidates will be eligible for a sign on package and
Critical Care pay incentive. For more information please call Becky
at 239-343-9959 or email at Rebecca.Kennedy@LeeHealth.org.
Functions as an expert in critical care areas (pediatric,
neonatal and adult critical care) and is utilized as a resource for
less experienced staff. Administers all therapeutic, diagnostic,
and mechanical modalities under the purview of Respiratory Care
Services, for which the Therapist has demonstrated appropriate
proficiency, and has been documented as competent to perform these
procedures. All of the criteria-based duties within this document
will be performed according to established policies, procedures and
guidelines within the department and the hospital. Responsibility
for the delivery of Respiratory Care to all patients, to include
all therapeutic treatments, oxygen therapy, arterial blood gas
draws and analysis, ventilator management, and airway management
and to include intubation with proper certification. May assess
staff blood gas competencies if qualified as a Technical
Degree/Diploma ObtainedProgram of StudyRequired/
BS required to perform duties of a Technical Consultant
Minimum Years RequiredArea of ExperienceRequired/
Preferredand/or2 YearsCritical CareRequired
State of Florida Licensure Requirements
Preferredand/orRegistered Respiratory Therapist
Licensed by the State of Florida Department of Health, Division
of Medical Quality Assurance, Credentialed by the National Board
for Respiratory Care as an RRT-NPS or RRT-ACCS.
Preferredand/orBLS (American Heart Association / Basic Life
Support)RequiredandACLS (American Heart Association / Advanced
Cardiac Life Support)Required
BLS, ACLS, ACCS, Intubation Certification, System and unit based
orientation and competency completion. In pediatric/neonatal areas
BLS, PALS, NRP, NPS, Intubation Certification, STABLE, is required.
Specialty certifications such as ACLS, PALS, NRP must be
appropriate to specific job function and population served?