- published: 26 Oct 2015
- views: 5490
Jewish Hospital & St. Mary's HealthCare offers careers across multiple facilities and spectrums. Watch Robby, a patient transporter at Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital as he describes his job and offers a glimpse into his daily routine. If you know someone interested in joining an expanding organization with opportunities for career growth please visit www.jhsmhcareers.org.
transport of bloodpacks between hospitals
Rapid transport of patient from home to hospital because his status was getting worse
A combination of pharmacy robots and pneumatic tube system enables the complete automation of all processes from prescribing through to dispensing medications. Pharmacy robots cut blisters into unit doses, collect the medications for every patient according to the prescription and pass them on to a pneumatic tube system which enables the efficient and safe transport to the wards. A multi-layered monitoring system and the complete documentation turn all processes transparent and traceable. https://sumetzberger.at http://www.sintecorobotics.com
The 24/7 Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital Transport Team travels anywhere via plane, helicopter or ambulance to carry medically fragile children back to our main campus to receive specialized care not available in their home towns. Learn more here. http://ololchildrens.org/pediatric-transport-team
For the Nye Akershus University Hospital in Oslo (Norway) MLR realized an automatic goods transport system (AWT), in which the free-navigate underrun tractor type CAESAR goods from the main reception centers (kitchen, laundry, pharmacy, sterile center) to the examination, treatment and care areas convey. To the extensive complex includes in addition to the 22 free-moving vehicles stainless steel, automatic recovery techniques, the equipment for transfer stations, a container washing system with vertical conveyors and 250 containers of different versions. The control of the AWT system takes over the MLR own control and control software LogOS Hospital, which carries out the procurement and the traffic flow of 22 automatic vehicle coordinates and conveyors, elevators and fire doors built in...
When seriously ill baby or child requires transportation to more specialized care, our critical care transport team and CHETA are ready to go. The registered nurses and respiratory therapists who staff our Children’s Hospital Emergency Transport Ambulance (C.H.E.T.A.) are specially trained in emergency medical care. With their skills and CHETA’s life-sustaining equipment, we can transport children ranging from neonates to teenagers. Every CHETA transport is supervised by a UW Health attending physician who is an expert in transport medicine and pediatric critical care.
City hospital transporter
A preview of what UTMB patients and their loved ones can expect on the day of patient transport to the new Jennie Sealy Hospital. All characters in the video are UTMB employees. Some photos in the video are used courtesy of HDR Architecture, Inc.; © 2016 Dan Schwalm/HDR | Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
The Neonatal Transport Program at Children's Hospital provides critical and back transport services by way of a fleet of ground ambulances and fixed wing airplane. This special transport is for infants requiring acute stabilization and specialized care during transport to our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. This video shows the Neonatal Transport team in action. http://childrenshospital.vanderbilt.org/neonataltransport
Pediatric Transport nurse Nicole Dougherty, RN talks about why she likes working at Nemours Children's Hospital in Orlando, FL. Nurses reflect the heart of our Nemours mission every day. That’s why we are committed to recruiting and retaining nurses who share a dedication to helping children grow up healthy. We give nurses the opportunity to do the work they love and pursue their professional goals by offering: collaborative family-centered care, including patient family rounding clinical and academic partnerships interdisciplinary inpatient and outpatient care research and education opportunities great benefits and flexible schedules respectful working environment Visit www.nemours.org to learn more.
Pregnant Teenager Dropped Twice By Clumsy Paramedics As She Is Transported From Ambulance To Hospital Bungling paramedics drop a pregnant teen twice in seconds The shocking video was filmed by an onlooker to the scene This shocking clip shows how paramedics carrying a pregnant teenager dropped her twice as they tried to get her out of the ambulance. The 16-year-old patient was being lifted from the ambulance on a stretcher in order to be moved into hospital for treatment. As the stretcher is taken from the ambulance, one of the medics loses her grip and the stretcher topples, meaning the semi-conscious teenager falls sideways onto the tarmac. Then the medics set up the legs of the stretcher to transport the teen into hospital - but they collapse, meaning the girl falls onto the floor ...
While moving ventilated patients -for instance between Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and operating room (OR) or X-ray department-, the respiratory equipment and any additional equipment as infusion pumps needs to go along with the patient during transport. This cart is at the bedside of the patient and includes all associated equipment necessary during transport. Possible equipment on the cart: - Maquet servo-i - Drager oxylog - Hamilton - Philips MP30/MP50 - Drager Delta infinity - GE B650 - infusion pumps (BBraun, Alaris, etc.) Dockable to: - ICU beds (Hill-rom, Stryker, Oostwald, Linet, etc.) - OR tables (Maquet, OPT, Drager, etc.) - Stretchers (stryker, Novymed, etc.)