The Orthopedic Technologist is a member of the orthopedic team who works with all the healthcare professionals in delivering patient care and assuming appropriate responsibilities concerning all surgical and non-surgical procedures
High School or equivalent
- Certified Orthopedic Technologist by the accrediting body NAOT or Registered Orthopedic Technologist by the accrediting body ASOP.
- BLS for Healthcare providers required within 3 months of hire.
- One year Orthopedic experience.
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