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Epic Cardiovascular Services is seeking a highly-motivated candidate with a positive attitude who must be a Board Certified (ABCP) Perfusionist

Epic Cardiovascular Services is looking for a perfusionist with extensive ECMO/ECLS experience who would like to focus his/her career on providing ECMO care at a renowned Washington, DC hospital. Total ECMO will exceed 115 per year. This person will join a staff of 5 ECMO specific personnel at this hospital.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

A. The duties of the ECLS Specialist include, but are not limited to: 

1. Operates the extracorporeal circuit, pump, and related equipment.

2. Manages the ongoing process of healthcare delivery to patients and families per institutional policies.

3. Participates in patient rounds and possibly making suggestions to the Physician and ECLS team after assessing patient responses to ECLS therapy.

4. Reviews laboratory and blood gas results and treats within defined protocols prescribed by physician in charge.

5. Circuit adjustments including pump flow, gas exchange, hemofiltration, anticoagulation therapy, or other to maintain patient within limitations set by ECLS physician.

6. Troubleshoots the ECLS circuit and make replacements of circuit components as indicated and usually in the presence of the institutional Perfusionists and Physicians.

7. May assist in data collection and research activities associated with the institution or EPIC.

8. Attends ongoing classes of specific institution and/or EPIC as related to ECLS services.

B. Specific and ancillary responsibilities of the ECLS Perfusionist: 

1. Accurately assess pathophysiological changes within the patient during bypass.

2. Manages ECMO flow in relationship to patient management parameters

3. Performs all technical skills with efficiency, accuracy, safety, and in accordance with institutional and EPIC policy and procedures.

4. Operates all equipment according to policy and procedure: differentiate patient vs. patient problems and intervene appropriately.

5. Implements standing physician orders within established guidelines

6. Anticipates, intervenes, and manages crisis/emergency situations according to policy and

procedure; maintains professional composure.

7. Demonstrates effective assessment of the ECLS circuit.

8. Performs, manages, and troubleshoots anticoagulation per institutional protocol.

9. Demonstrates proper blood sampling techniques from the ECLS circuit.

10. Documents appropriately on all ECMO records including OnCloud EMR.

11. Demonstrates administration of all blood products into the ECLS circuit

12. Manages laboratory results and perform appropriate interventions as related by ECLS therapy.

13. Assesses clinical status of the patient, including vital signs and discuss possible intervention.

14. Provides feedback for improved patient outcomes to other care providers

15. Assimilates information and then provide documentation of the interventions that provide the chosen integrated plan of care.

16. Anticipates and communicates patient needs that will require intervention by other members of the care team.

17. Anticipates learning needs for patients/families/ and staff.

18. Assists others in defining learning outcomes and appropriate interventions.

19. Uses innovation in individualizing patient/family teaching to the individual patient/family needs.

20. Participates during patient management discussions and suggest clinical management option during discussions.

21. Maintains qualification licensure as per those licensure requirements.

22. Maintains communication within institutional and Epic standards and policies for delivery of ECLS care.

23. Maintains competencies in current topics of ECLS thru institutional journals, Internet, and networking with care providers of similar nature.

24. Punctuality, professional respect to all other team members, and professional behavior must be maintained at all times.

C. Personal demands on the ECLS Perfusionist include:

1. Participate in “on-call” scheduling, which is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

2. Must wear a pager or cell phone during “on-call” times and be available to respond within the designated call response time of the hospital.

3. Must be in good physical condition.

4. Must be able to endure long hours, both mentally and physically

5. Physical requirements include standing for long periods of time, lifting, stooping, sitting, stretching, and other bodily demands for extended intervals.

6. Exposure to noxious gases and bodily fluids with risk of infections and diseases.

7. Remain current on present perfusion technology procedures, techniques, and literature.

8. Establish and maintain a professional demeanor.

9. Re-enforce the integrity of Epic CV Services.

10. When directed, serve in supportive capacity for all clinical accounts relative to vacation relief, sick leave, and temporary staffing.

Candidates should also possess the following:

  • Ability to adapt to a challenging clinical environment.
  • Must possess good communication and troubleshooting skills.
  • Must be able to practice evidence based medicine; also to advise and participate in clinical decisions
  • with a team approach.
  • Must be willing to relocate to Washington, DC, or the immediate surrounding area.

Epic occupies a unique position in the industry, offering ample opportunity for professional growth through its diverse business approach.

We are interested in a long-term relationship ONLY for this position.

Epic Cardiovascular Staffing Benefits:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Relocation reimbursement
  • Paid vacation
  • 401K plan with company match
  • Incentives and bonuses for travel and additional opportunities
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance w/ voluntary life option
  • Short-term and long-term disability insurance
  • Professional liability insurance
  • Business Travel Accident Insurance

Contact: 

Ben Greenfield, MPS, CCP, LP

PDC Staffing

(402)432-1437

[email protected]

Epic Cardiovascular has an exciting opportunity for a registered nurse or respiratory therapist for a role as an ECMO Specialist at a renowned medical center!

The ECMO/ECLS (Extracorporeal Life Support) Specialist operates and maintains the extracorporeal circuit for long -term pulmonary and/or cardiac support. The Specialist functions independently following standing orders and parameters under the direction of the ECLS physician, and participates as a member of the multi-disciplinary team assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating comprehensive care services (therapies).

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

A. The duties of the ECLS Specialist include, but are not limited to:

1. Operates the extracorporeal circuit, pump, and related equipment.

2. Manages the ongoing process of healthcare delivery to patients and families per institutional policies.

3. Participates in patient rounds and possibly making suggestions to the Physician and ECLS team after assessing patient responses to ECLS therapy.

4. Reviews laboratory and blood gas results and treats within defined protocols prescribed by physician in charge.

5. Circuit adjustments including pump flow, gas exchange, hemofiltration, anticoagulation therapy, or other to maintain patient within limitations set by ECLS physician.

6. Troubleshoots the ECLS circuit and make replacements of circuit components as indicated and usually in the presence of the institutional Perfusionists and Physicians.

7. May assist in data collection and research activities associated with the institution or EPIC.

8. Attends ongoing classes of specific institution and/or EPIC as related to ECLS services.

B. Specific and ancillary responsibilities of the ECLS Specialist: 

1. Accurately assess pathophysiological changes within the patient during bypass.

2. Manages ECMO flow in relationship to patient management parameters

3. Performs all technical skills with efficiency, accuracy, safety, and in accordance with institutional and EPIC policy and procedures.

4. Operates all equipment according to policy and procedure: differentiate patient vs. patient problems and intervene appropriately.

5. Implements standing physician orders within established guidelines

6. Anticipates, intervenes, and manages crisis/emergency situations according to policy and

procedure; maintains professional composure.

7. Demonstrates effective assessment of the ECLS circuit.

8. Performs, manages, and troubleshoots anticoagulation per institutional protocol.

9. Demonstrates proper blood sampling techniques from the ECLS circuit.

10. Documents appropriately on all ECMO records including OnCloud EMR.

11. Demonstrates administration of all blood products into the ECLS circuit

12. Manages laboratory results and perform appropriate interventions as related by ECLS therapy.

13. Assesses clinical status of the patient, including vital signs and discuss possible intervention.

14. Provides feedback for improved patient outcomes to other care providers

15. Assimilates information and then provide documentation of the interventions that provide the chosen integrated plan of care.

16. Anticipates and communicates patient needs that will require intervention by other members of the care team.

17. Anticipates learning needs for patients/families/ and staff.

18. Assists others in defining learning outcomes and appropriate interventions.

19. Uses innovation in individualizing patient/family teaching to the individual patient/family needs.

20. Participates during patient management discussions and suggest clinical management option during discussions.

21. Maintains qualification licensure as per those licensure requirements.

22. Maintains communication within institutional and EPIC standards and policies for delivery of ECLS care.

23. Maintains competencies in current topics of ECLS thru institutional journals, Internet, and networking with care providers of similar nature.

24. Punctuality, professional respect to all other team members, and professional behavior must be maintained at all times.

C. Personal demands on the ECLS Specialist include:

1. Participate in “on-call” scheduling, which is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

2. Must wear a pager or cell phone during “on-call” times and be available to respond within the designated call response time of the hospital.

3. Must be in good physical condition.

4. Must be able to endure long hours, both mentally and physically

5. Physical requirements include standing for long periods of time, lifting, stooping, sitting, stretching, and other bodily demands for extended intervals.

6. Exposure to noxious gases and bodily fluids with risk of infections and diseases.

7. Remain current on present perfusion technology procedures, techniques, and literature.

8. Establish and maintain a professional demeanor.

9. Re-enforce the integrity of Epic CV Services.

10. When directed, serve in supportive capacity for all clinical accounts relative to vacation relief, sick leave, and temporary staffing.

QUALIFICATIONS: 

A. Registered Nurse or Registered Respiratory Therapist licensed in the state of employment.
B. Minimum of two (2) years intensive care or related experience.
C. Satisfactory completion of an ECLS Training Course.
D. Satisfactory completion of the Perfusion.com clinical assessment examination.
E. A minimum of 60 hours of Clinical Pump time.
F. Full understanding of circuit components utilized for the service of a particular ECLS center.
G. Ability to remain calm under pressure and a mechanical inclination is preferred.

Must relocate to Washington, DC, or the surrounding area

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: 

A. Director of ECLS Services (ECMO Coordinator)
B. Vice President
C. Hospital Director of ECLS Services / Intensivist

CREDENTIALING: 

If required, the ECLS Specialist will submit all necessary documentation to Epic and the hospital credentialing committee, for credentialing as a non-physician medical staff member as required.

Serious inquires only please.

Epic Cardiovascular Staffing Benefits:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Relocation reimbursement
  • Paid vacation
  • 401K plan with company match
  • Incentives and bonuses for travel and additional opportunities
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance w/ voluntary life option
  • Short-term and long-term disability insurance
  • Professional liability insurance
  • Business Travel Accident Insurance

Contact:

Ben Greenfield, MPS, CCP, LP

Director of Recruiting

Epic Cardiovascular Staffing (formerly Perfusion.com)

2250 McGregor Blvd., Suite 3300

Fort Myers, FL 33901

(402)432-1437

[email protected]

Epic Cardiovascular has an exciting opportunity for an ECMO trained perfusionist or other Advanced Practice Professional!

The ECLS Coordinator provides clinical and administrative guidance to the ECLS Department. The management of the ECLS Department includes 24-hour accountability and authority for maintaining a quality program customary to Epic Cardiovascular policies. The ECLS Coordinator acts as a liaison between Epic Cardiovascular Services and the client hospital. A comprehensive understanding of the philosophies and goals of the ECLS Department and Epic Cardiovascular are fundamental for suitable implementation. Evident managerial experience and skills are necessary, with an enthusiastic approach to the position. Leadership qualities are important but recognizing and using the potential of ECLS specialists is significant in daily activities. Periodic assessments of personnel to recognize their potential is beneficial for furthering personal and company-wide goals. The assessment process will also identify opportunities for the staff members’ professional growth.

The ECLS Coordinator will be responsible for the following managerial functions:

A.   Oversees policy and procedure (P&P) formation.

B.    Oversees compliance, review, and performance of annual update of the P&P.

C.    Provides oversight for Data Management Program.

D.   Oversees compliance with monthly and quarterly CQI responsibilities.

E.    Oversees the departmental monthly meeting.

F.    Employee appraisals and Competency Reviews.

G.   Generation of reports, memos, budget, and inventory requirements.

H.   Assures stable, daily operation of department functions.

I.      Provides in-service training to the client hospital.

J.     Assists staff members in formation of in-service topics as well as the delivery of these topics.

K.   Provides clinical and non-clinical guidance for less experienced perfusionists.

L.    Forwards appropriate questions to the Director of Operations for their region.

M.  While executing his/her duties in the surgical area, he/she will be under the direction of the primary surgeon.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES WHEN IN CLINICAL ROLE:
The clinical duties of the ECLS Coordinator include, but are not limited to:

1.     Operates the extracorporeal circuit, pump, and related equipment.

2.     Manages the ongoing process of healthcare delivery to patients and families per institutional policies.

3.     Participates in patient rounds and possibly making suggestions to the Physician and ECLS team after assessing patient responses to ECLS therapy.

4.     Reviews laboratory and blood gas results and treats within defined protocols prescribed by physician in charge.

5.     Circuit adjustments including pump flow, gas exchange, hemofiltration, anticoagulation therapy, or other to maintain patient within limitations set by ECLS physician.

6.     Troubleshoots the ECLS circuit and make replacements of circuit components as indicated and potentially in the presence of the institutional Perfusionists and Physicians.

7.     May assist in data collection and research activities associated with the institution or Epic.

8.     Attends ongoing classes of specific institution and/or Epic as related to ECLS services.

Specific and ancillary clinical responsibilities of the ECLS Coordinator:

1.     Accurately assess pathophysiological changes within the patient during bypass.

2.     Manages ECMO flow in relationship to patient management parameters

3.     Performs all technical skills with efficiency, accuracy, safety, and in accordance with institutional and Epic policy and procedures.

4.     Operates all equipment according to policy and procedure: differentiate patient vs. patient problems and intervene appropriately.

5.     Implements standing physician orders within established guidelines

6.     Anticipates, intervenes, and manages crisis/emergency situations according to policy and procedure; maintains professional composure.

7.     Demonstrates effective assessment of the ECLS circuit.

8.     Performs, manages, and troubleshoots anticoagulation per institutional protocol.

9.     Demonstrates proper blood sampling techniques from the ECLS circuit.

10.  Documents appropriately on all ECMO records including OnCloud EMR.

11.  Demonstrates administration of all blood products into the ECLS circuit

12.  Manages laboratory results and performs appropriate interventions as related by ECLS therapy.

13.  Assesses clinical status of the patient, including vital signs and discuss possible intervention.

14.  Provides feedback for improved patient outcomes to other care providers

15.  Assimilates information and then provides documentation of the interventions that provide the chosen integrated plan of care.

16.  Anticipates and communicates patient needs that will require intervention by other members of the care team.

17.  Anticipates learning needs for patients/families/ and staff.

18.  Assists others in defining learning outcomes and appropriate interventions.

19.  Uses innovation in individualizing patient/family teaching to the individual patient/family needs.

20.  Participates during patient management discussions and suggests clinical management options during discussions.

21.  Maintains qualification licensure as per those licensure requirements.

22.  Maintains communication within institutional and Epic standards and policies for delivery of ECLS care.

23.  Maintains competencies in current topics of ECLS through institutional journals, Internet, and networking with care providers of similar nature.

24.  Punctuality, professional respect for all other team members, and professional behavior must be maintained at all times.

Personal demands on the ECLS Coordinator include:

1.     Participate in “on-call” scheduling, which is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

2.     Must wear a pager or cell phone during “on-call” times and be available to respond within the designated call response time of the hospital.

3.     Must be in good physical condition.

4.     Must be able to endure long hours, both mentally and physically

5.     Physical requirements include standing for long periods of time, lifting, stooping, sitting, stretching, and other bodily demands for extended intervals.

6.     Exposure to noxious gases and bodily fluids with risk of infections and diseases.

7.     Remain current on present ECLS technology procedures, techniques, and literature.

8.     Establish and maintain a professional demeanor.

9.     Re-enforce the integrity of Epic Cardiovascular Staffing.

10.  When directed, serve in supportive capacity for all clinical accounts relative to vacation relief, sick leave, and temporary staffing.

QUALIFICATIONS:
A.   Certified Clinical Perfusionist, Registered Nurse or Registered Respiratory Therapist licensed in the state of employment.

B.    Minimum of two (2) years intensive care or related experience.

C.    Satisfactory completion of an ECLS Training Course.

D.   Satisfactory completion of the Epic Cardiovascular clinical assessment examination.

E.    A minimum of 60 hours of Clinical Pump time.

F.    Full understanding of circuit components utilized for the service of a particular ECLS center.

G.   The ability to remain calm under pressure and a mechanical inclination is preferred.

H. Candidate must relocate to Washington, DC, or the surrounding area

Serious inquires only please.

Epic Cardiovascular Services Benefits:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Relocation reimbursement
  • Paid vacation
  • 401K plan with company match
  • Incentives and bonuses for travel and additional opportunities
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance w/ voluntary life option
  • Short-term and long-term disability insurance
  • Professional liability insurance
  • Business Travel Accident Insurance

Contact:

Ben Greenfield, MPS, CCP, LP

Director of Recruiting

Epic Cardiovascular Services (formerly Perfusion.com)

2250 McGregor Blvd., Suite 3300

Fort Myers, FL 33901

(402)432-1437

[email protected]

We are seeking a highly-motivated candidate with a positive attitude who must be Board Certified (ABCP) or eligible – new graduates are accepted to apply.

About the Hospital

The cardiovascular team at this facility provides comprehensive care for a variety of diseases and conditions, from common to the most complex.

Providing care for 350 hearts with minimal ECMO, the largest and most experienced team in the region includes: non-invasive and interventional cardiologists; cardiac, three thoracic and vascular surgeons; advanced practice providers; nurses; therapists; and diagnostic technicians.

This hospital in Andover, KS (Wichita), is a centralized home for advanced services and facilities.

• Cardiac Care Unit – a specially designed cardiac floor where resources needed to care for cardiac inpatients are located in close proximity to patient rooms.

• Catheterization laboratories

• Electrophysiology laboratory

• A pre- and post-catheterization care unit

• Hybrid operating room

• Cardiac and vascular intensive care unit

• Echo suite

Why choose this job? 

– Spacious procedure rooms with state-of-the-art equipment

– Advanced imaging

– Specialized structural heart room to perform both Watchman and TAVR procedures

– Capability to do peripheral vascular work

– Private patient rooms for both pre- and post-procedure care

Candidates should also possess the following:

  1. Ability to adapt to a challenging clinical environment.
  2. Must possess good communication and troubleshooting skills.
  3. Must be able to practice evidence based medicine; also to advise and participate in clinical decisions with a team approach.
  4. Must be willing to relocate to Andover, KS, or the immediate surrounding area.
  5. New Grads or part-time perfusionists will be considered.

PDC/Epic occupies a unique position in the industry, offering ample opportunity for professional growth through its diverse business approach.

We are interested in a long-term relationship ONLY for this position.

 Epic Cardiovascular Services Benefits:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Relocation reimbursement
  • Paid vacation
  • 401K plan with company match
  • Incentives and bonuses for travel and additional opportunities
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance w/ voluntary life option
  • Short-term and long-term disability insurance
  • Professional liability insurance
  • Business Travel Accident Insurance

Contact: 

Ben Greenfield, MPS, CCP, LP

PDC Staffing

(402)432-1437

[email protected]

Epic Cardiovascular Staffing is seeking a highly motivated candidate with a positive attitude who must be Board Certified (ABCP) with at least 0-5 years of experience as a practicing Cardiovascular Perfusionist for our contract at St. Francis Hospital in Columbus, Georgia. This is an excellent opportunity to help build/shape your own practice and perfusion team within a large educational hospital setting.

***Candidate must have graduated from an accredited American school and be American Board certified (CCP) or CCP eligible.​​​***

Key Features

  • Relocation assistance
  • Excellent starting salary based on experience
  • Team of 3 perfusionists and 1 Atx Specialist
  • Adult practice
  • 2 Surgeon Practice
  • Approximately 165 hearts annually
  • Amazing Work/Life balance

Candidates should also possess the following:

  • Must be US citizen
  • Ability to adapt to challenging clinical environment
  • Experience with blood management is preferred
  • Must be willing to relocate to Columbus, GA or the immediate surrounding area
  • Approximately 33% call at this institution is anticipated
  • Must possess good communication and troubleshooting skills

Serious inquires only please.

Contact: 

Ben Greenfield, MPS, CCP, LP

Epic Cardiovascular Staffing

(402) 432-1437

[email protected]

Awesome Opportunity for a New Grad or an Experienced Perfusionist!

Epic Cardiovascular is seeking a staff perfusionist to join our staff in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This position requires a dependable and highly-motivated candidate with excellent communication and clinical skills who can advise and participate in decisions as a team player. The work is fast-paced, demanding, and above-all, extremely rewarding.

Location, Location, Location

Outside of the work, you can also find a bounty of rewards in the Springs area itself. The obvious attractions include the Rocky Mountains, the center of nearly every kind of recreational activity you can imagine. Colorado Springs is an outdoor lover’s paradise. From hiking and biking, to snow skiing or paragliding, there is always something to do!

Why EPIC?

Epic (formerly PDC) is a clinician owned and operated company. Our perfusionists believe in providing the best care during their perfusion services. We put patients first, but we are also proud of the work we have put into the practice of perfusion, and as such our team is committed to applying the best clinical practices into our partners’ ORs throughout the nation. When you work with EPIC, you work for a team who believes in providing the best quality of care and with the best perfusion experience the industry can provide.

Penrose boasts a team of 3 perfusionists and 3 surgeons performing around 400 cardiac procedures annually.

Great Salary and Benefits Including:

  • Day 1 medical coverage (including dental and vision)
  • 401k matching program
  • Weekly Pay
  • STD/LTD/Life Insurance covered by the Epic
  • Great work/life balance
  • Malpractice insurance covered
  • Generous CEU Reimbursement

Requirements

Candidates should also possess the following:

  1. Ability to adapt to a challenging clinical environment.
  2. Must possess good communication and troubleshooting skills.
  3. Must be able to practice evidence-based medicine; also to advise and participate in clinical decisions with a team approach.
  4. Experience with blood management is preferred.
  5. Must be willing to relocate to Colorado Springs, Colorado or the immediate surrounding area.

We are interested in a long-term relationship ONLY for this position.

***Candidate must have graduated from an accredited American school and be American Board certified (CCP) or CCP eligible.​​​***

Serious inquires only please.

Contact: 

Ben Greenfield, MPS, CCP, LP

Perfusion.com, Inc.

17080 Safety St., Suite 109

Fort Myers, FL 33908

(402)432-1437

[email protected]

Now hiring Autotransfusionist in Denver, CO! Apply now to be the first to hear more details about this position.

Key Responsibilities:

An autotransfusionist is responsible for setting up, calibrating, and maintaining autotransfusion machines while troubleshooting any equipment issues that arise. Their primary role involves collecting and processing surgical blood for reinfusion, ensuring it adheres to safety and quality standards. They must meticulously document every stage of the autotransfusion process and maintain comprehensive records to ensure compliance with established protocols. Patient safety remains paramount, requiring the autotransfusionist to closely adhere to regulations and collaborate seamlessly with the surgical team. This collaboration extends to providing timely updates and assisting in training initiatives related to autotransfusion within the surgical team.

Qualifications:

  • Degree or certification in a related health science field.
  • Specialized training or certification in autotransfusion is preferable.
  • Familiarity with autotransfusion equipment and related technologies.
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills.
  • Dedication to patient safety and care.

Epic Cardiovascular Services Benefits:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Relocation reimbursement
  • Paid vacation
  • 401K plan with company match
  • Incentives and bonuses for travel and additional opportunities
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance w/ voluntary life option
  • Short-term and long-term disability insurance
  • Professional liability insurance
  • Business Travel Accident Insurance

Contact:

Ben Greenfield

Director of Recruiting

Epic Cardiovascular Services (formerly Perfusion.com)

2250 McGregor Blvd., Suite 3300

Fort Myers, FL 33901

(402)432-1437

[email protected]

Now hiring Autotransfusionist in Denver, CO! Apply now to be the first to hear more details about this position.

Key Responsibilities:

An autotransfusionist is responsible for setting up, calibrating, and maintaining autotransfusion machines while troubleshooting any equipment issues that arise. Their primary role involves collecting and processing surgical blood for reinfusion, ensuring it adheres to safety and quality standards. They must meticulously document every stage of the autotransfusion process and maintain comprehensive records to ensure compliance with established protocols. Patient safety remains paramount, requiring the autotransfusionist to closely adhere to regulations and collaborate seamlessly with the surgical team. This collaboration extends to providing timely updates and assisting in training initiatives related to autotransfusion within the surgical team.

Qualifications:

  • Degree or certification in a related health science field.
  • Specialized training or certification in autotransfusion is preferable.
  • Familiarity with autotransfusion equipment and related technologies.
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills.
  • Dedication to patient safety and care.

Epic Cardiovascular Services Benefits:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Relocation reimbursement
  • Paid vacation
  • 401K plan with company match
  • Incentives and bonuses for travel and additional opportunities
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance w/ voluntary life option
  • Short-term and long-term disability insurance
  • Professional liability insurance
  • Business Travel Accident Insurance

Contact:

Ben Greenfield

Director of Recruiting

Epic Cardiovascular Services (formerly Perfusion.com)

2250 McGregor Blvd., Suite 3300

Fort Myers, FL 33901

(402)432-1437

[email protected]

Please note that this is a travel-based role, fulfilling open perfusionist positions nationwide on a short-term basis. Shifts are not necessarily located in the city/state as advertised.

Highly motivated candidates with a positive attitude should be board certified with at least 5 years current clinical experience.

Candidates should also possess the following:

  1. Flexible schedule and availability to travel at least 50-75% of the year throughout the US.
  2. Current ECMO and pediatric experience is preferred.
  3. Ability to adapt in highly varied clinical environments.
  4. Traveling experience is preferred.
  5. Contractors may be considered, but you will need to be available to Perfusion.com at least 2 months per year.

Epic Cardiovascular Services occupies a unique position in the industry, offering ample opportunity for professional growth through its diverse business approach. Candidate would be joining a traveling team of 20 perfusionists providing coverage throughout the US and Canada. We are interested in long-term relationships ONLY for this position.

Please apply online and send 3 letters of reference to [email protected].

Epic Cardiovascular Services Benefits:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Relocation reimbursement
  • Paid vacation
  • 401K plan with company match
  • Incentives and bonuses for travel and additional opportunities
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance w/ voluntary life option
  • Short-term and long-term disability insurance
  • Professional liability insurance
  • Business Travel Accident Insurance

Contact:

Ben Greenfield

Director of Recruiting

Epic Cardiovascular Services (formerly Perfusion.com)

2250 McGregor Blvd., Suite 3300

Fort Myers, FL 33901

(402)432-1437

[email protected]

Very Rare Opportunity in Fort Myers, Florida!

We are seeking a highly motivated candidate with a positive attitude who must be Board Certified (ABCP) or eligible!

 

Candidates should also possess the following:

  1. Ability to adapt to a challenging clinical environment.
  2. Must possess good communication and troubleshooting skills.
  3. Must be able to practice evidence-based medicine; also to advise and participate in clinical decisions with a team approach.
  4. Experience with blood management is preferred.
  5. Must be willing to relocate to Fort Myers, FL, or the immediate surrounding area.
  6. New Grads or part-time perfusionists will be considered.

Epic Cardiovascular Services (formerly PDC Staffing) occupies a unique position in the industry, offering ample opportunity for professional growth through its diverse business approach. The candidate would be joining a total team of 6 perfusionists, 4 fast surgeons at Healthpark Hospital in Fort Myers, FL performing about 586 Cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) procedures per year with 400 standby cases and minimal non-cardiac autotransfusion and ECMO.

Job Perks:

  1. Call is 1 out of 5 weeks!
  2. Meals provided free in physician’s lounge.
  3. Physician parking.
  4. Private perfusion office space.
  5. Highest level of professional respect.
  6. Minimal ECMO for such a busy hospital.
  7. Extremely fast and efficient surgeons.
  8. About 350 days of sunshine and beautiful temperatures!

We are interested in a long-term relationship ONLY for this position.

Note: After applying through the job site, you will be directed to our website for the FULL application. Please make sure you complete the full application.

Contact: 

Ben Greenfield

Director of Recruiting

Epic Cardiovascular Services (formerly Perfusion.com)

2250 McGregor Blvd., Suite 3300

Fort Myers, FL 33901

(402)432-1437

[email protected]

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