Save lives and have work-life balance.
SpecialtyCare continues to grow and we’d like you to grow with us. Our clinicians and technicians participate in over 400,000 surgeries each year in 45 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. We serve more than 1,100 hospitals and support more than 13,500 surgeons.
By participating in such a large number of surgeries and by working with world-class surgeons, we are the most experienced provider of outsourced clinical services in the industry. We are always interested in building our team by hiring and training smart, dedicated people who share our values and our commitment to excellence.
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Become an Autotransfusion Associate
SpecialtyCare autotransfusion technicians play a vital role in the health and well-being of our patients. Autotransfusion, also called cell salvage, is the process of collecting shed blood, separating the red cells from the plasma, washing the red cells, and re-administering them to the patient. We run the equipment that purifies the patient’s blood and then returns the blood to the patient.
Recycling the patient’s own blood, instead of transfusing donor blood, has been shown to reduce recovery time and prevents the adverse effects that can occur with donor blood. We also provide cell-based therapies, such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and bone marrow aspirate concentrate.
If you’re searching for autotransfusion careers, SpecialtyCare can provide rewarding opportunities. Come join our community of lifesavers.
Autotransfusion Training from SpecialtyCare
SpecialtyCare provides specialized training for autotransfusion technicians. We will train you to work in and around the operating room with specialized instruments and equipment. You will work with top clinicians on local teams across the country and develop specific expertise that allows you to provide autotransfusion for patients. This important process helps patients heal more quickly after surgery. And, with our outstanding training and education programs, plus opportunities in attractive markets nationwide, no other company can match our commitment to you, your career, and your success.
Additional Benefits of Autotransfusion Careers
SpecialtyCare offers a range of opportunities to grow autotransfusion careers and your clinical expertise through a variety of clinical settings and in a variety of locales. You can also build autotransfusion careers through managerial opportunities—locally, regionally, or at our corporate offices in Nashville, TN. We offer competitive compensation and a robust benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, and life insurance plans; generous paid time off; 401(k) with matching funds; tuition reimbursement; certification test preparation and support; and professional development and membership allowances.
Why Work with SpecialtyCare?
Here at SpecialtyCare, the patient is our first and last priority. Whether it’s autotransfusion, perfusion, intraoperative neuromonitoring, deep brain stimulation and so much more, we all do what we do to keep the patient safe and comfortable.
From our clinicians in the field to our physician teams to our business officers at headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee, we all come together to be the industry leader in patient care that you can always trust. Team with us to find out why we are the leaders in the medical field. Then, together we will shape the standards of clinical care. We also encourage you to explore our various training and education opportunities.
Listen to our OR Innovation Podcast.
Scrubbing In, powered by SpecialtyCare, is a medical podcast about innovation in the OR. In these discussions, we will be speaking to industry leaders in healthcare and those making a positive impact on health care, in the operating room, and in the perfusion industry. This medical podcast is designed to reach all of those within the medical field specifically those in the OR, including; surgeons, nurses, perfusionists, surgical assistants, hospital management, neurophysiologists, supply chain associates, medical researchers, and all those that assist in making surgery safe and successful.
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