The demand for ECMO is growing.
SpecialtyCare is growing and we’d like you to grow with us. As the market leader in perfusion, ECMO, and patient blood management services, we can offer our associates an exceptional training program, excellent benefits, and an opportunity to travel. We perform over 130,000 procedures requiring perfusion each year. Our 500 perfusionists perform over 45,000 or 1 in 8 open-heart procedures conducted in the nation.
The need for ECMO programs in hospitals has seen a dramatic increase, opening up a number of career expansion opportunities for nurses and perfusionists. From 2006 to 2011 ECMO cases for adults jumped 433 percent. ECMO was used extensively during the influenza H1N1 pandemic of 2009 and has continued progress, becoming an essential tool for adults and children with severe cardiac and pulmonary cases. SpecialtyCare’s is continuing to evolve its ECMO services for our clients as a response to this growing need. Because there is a critical shortage of perfusionists, other clinicians will need to be trained to perform ECMO to meet the growing need for patients. Start your ECMO career with SpecialtyCare today
ECMO Careers at SpecialtyCare
If you are looking for an opportunity to use ignite your passion for healthcare and be surrounded by associates who are patient-centered and continue to learn and grow every day, then look no further than SpecialtyCare. We are a company that values its employees because they are our product. We deliver exceptional patient care because we hire awesome, talented people who truly want to make a difference.
Compensation and Benefits
SpecialtyCare offers our associates competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, and life insurance plans, and 401(k) with matching funds.
CONNECT WITH A RECRUITER
Healthcare professions can be demanding, physically and emotionally. There are long shifts, emergencies, and unexpected hours added on to shifts. SpecialtyCare understands this and makes every effort to ensure relief is on the way. We take every measure to avoid burnout by offering a generous paid time off benefit so our clinicians can get the rest they need to be 100 percent in the OR.
Education and Professional Development
We believe strongly in providing the tools to make each associate better at their craft. Our leadership is incredibly supportive of anyone who wants to grow their career. SpecialtyCare training is second-to-none because. We invest time and resources into our training programs to ensure our associates are prepared for their role and are confident when they step into the OR. We offer tuition reimbursement, professional development funds and certification test preparation and support.
Opportunity for Travel
One major benefit to new associates is that SpecialtyCare partners with more than 1,000 hospitals across the country. This is an incredible opportunity for anyone to experience a new location or to travel.
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