Top Patients Transporter Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Patients Transporter. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Patients Transporter resumes they appeared on. For example, 17.2% of Patients Transporter resumes contained Patient Transport Activities as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Patients Transporter actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Patients Transporter resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Transport Activities

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Here's how Patient Transport Activities is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Maintain full accountability for handling all aspects of day-to-day patient transport activities in support of organizational goals.
  • Document all patient transport activities accurately and ensure a proper transfer of care with medical personnel.
  • Confer with doctors and nurses and take orders for patient transport activities.

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2. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Assisted technologist in providing optimal patient care while ensuring comfort, dignity and confidentiality of patients during transport.
  • Validated patients' identity based on established department protocol and reported vital information pertinent to patient care.
  • Provide support to all multidisciplinary patient care departments by providing transport service for patients throughout the institution.
  • Provide assurance to patients through personal interaction to support a culture of exceptional patient care
  • Maximized positive communication suitably with patients to develop a relationship and ensure patient care.
  • Handled patient care equipment and maintained records of departmental volume and individual transactions.
  • Dedicated to providing excellent patient care assistance and safety during transport.
  • Transported patients throughout the hospital while maintaining appropriate patient care/ safety.
  • Perform inspections and disinfecting procedures on equipment utilized for patient care.
  • Developed collaboration skills necessary to provide high quality patient care.
  • Communicate brief knowledge to technicians about patient care/precautions.
  • Recognized for outstanding dedication to patient care.
  • Direct patient care, inter-department communication
  • Worked professionally with patients, families, hospital and Emergency Department staff, physicians and other professionals to ensure patient care.
  • Assisted nurses, doctors and other hospital personnel with a broad range of duties such as patient care and mobility.
  • Communicated with nursing staff to help provide excellent patient care within a hospital that had 26,687 admissions over 1 year.
  • Respond to on-call medical requests (Patient Care Records, Supplies, Medicare Signature Forms, and PCS forms).
  • Assist nursing staff in the management of patient care through the transportation of patients between nursing and ancillary departments.
  • Provided basic patient care activities as a care assistant or certified nursing assistant in accordance with standards of care.
  • Provide patient care, transporting patient to and from testing, providing the safest care to and from appointments.

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3. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Greeted customers and valeted vehicles for hospital patients and visitors in an organized and efficient manner; provided excellent customer service.
  • Apply strategic planning, prioritization, and customer service skills toward consistently achieving critical deadlines while maintaining high quality standards.
  • Transport patients throughout hospital in a coordinated and timely manner while performing customer service.
  • Provide outstanding customer service with a professional demeanor with working knowledge of hospital operations.
  • Provided excellence in customer service to enhance customer loyalty and reputation of the institution.
  • Provided excellent customer service to both patients and staff through timeliness and communication.
  • Provide excellence customer service while maintaining a very professional, yet friendly environment.
  • Provided excellent customer service to facility visitors and patients through support and attentiveness.
  • Provided patients with a variety of services that increased customer service efficiency
  • Coordinated schedules with management and patients to ensure excellent customer service.
  • Displayed excellent organizational, communication and customer service skills.
  • Provided customer service in a positive and professional manner.
  • Provided excellent customer service while tending to customer concerns.
  • Maintained confidentiality while providing excellent customer service and patient care
  • Provided exceptional customer service to patients and family members.
  • Provide exemplary customer service in a fast-paced environment.
  • Enhance patient experience by providing excellent customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service and patient satisfaction.
  • Provide outstanding customer service to visitors.
  • Provided customer service during transport.

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4. Oxygen Tanks

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Here's how Oxygen Tanks is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Adjusted liter flow and determined PSI in oxygen tanks; transfer oxygen regulators from one oxygen tank to another.
  • Managed all tubing including oxygen tanks, IV poles, catheters, wound vacs, and chest tubes.
  • Changed oxygen tanks and checked transport equipment such as gurneys and wheelchairs to ensure they were working properly.
  • Maintained oxygen tanks on wheelchairs and stretchers, and ensured all were in a clean working order.
  • Transport patients using stretchers, bed, or wheelchair with iv poles and oxygen tanks.
  • Maintained the cleanliness and serviceability of stretchers and other transport equipment, including oxygen tanks.
  • Maintain equipment such as; stretchers, wheelchairs, oxygen tanks, and heart monitors.
  • Maintain an adequate supply of oxygen tanks and wheelchairs for patients who required such.
  • Communicate with nurses, clear hallways, and check for full/empty oxygen tanks.
  • Transport patients back and forth to procedure, handling oxygen tanks and iv poles
  • Maintained carts, wheelchairs, linens, and oxygen tanks and supplies.
  • Performed oxygen therapy for patients; moved oxygen tanks to the basement
  • Placed oxygen tanks in appropriate areas of the patients' rooms.
  • Maintained oxygen tanks throughout the hospital and properly cleaned transport equipment.
  • Attend to code blues with oxygen tanks in hand.
  • Respond to hospital codes and restock empty oxygen tanks.
  • Replace empty oxygen tanks on all floors.
  • Trained in handling on Oxygen tanks.
  • Transported patients with portable oxygen tanks.
  • Handle oxygen tanks and patient charts.

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5. Treatment Areas

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Here's how Treatment Areas is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Provide safe transport of patients, lab specimens, & equipment from patient's room to diagnostic & treatment areas.
  • Assisted patients by lifting them on and off beds, and moving them from treatment areas, and operating rooms.
  • Transport equipment and patients by picking up requested orders: delivering them to assigned treatment areas and patient care areas.
  • Move patients to and from special service and treatment areas or operating room by using wheelchairs of movable beds.
  • Transport patients by assisting patients in and moving them to and from special service and treatment areas.
  • Move patients to and from treatment areas and operations, hospital beds and wheels chairs.
  • Prepared, maintained, and cleaned treatment areas after daily use of equipment.
  • Transported patients to and from special treatment areas, helicopters and operating rooms.
  • Pick up requisitioned orders to transport equipment and supplies to assigned treatment areas.
  • Deliver equipment and supplies to assigned treatment areas and patient care areas.
  • Moved patients to and from special service and treatment areas.
  • Transported patients within facility to special services and treatment areas.
  • Transport equipment and supplies to designated treatment areas.
  • Comforted patients and their families by offering support and encouragement Delivered equipment to assigned treatment areas and patient care areas.
  • Transport patients to and from Hospital Departments and treatment areas using safe transfer techniques .
  • Guide patients to and from their treatment areas and throughout the hospital.Compassionately comforts patients and family.Provides exceptional care to patients.

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6. Emergency Room

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Here's how Emergency Room is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Assist code red patient's weather flown in on a Helicopter or Ambulance to the Emergency room to retrieve immediate care.
  • Transported in-house and emergency room patients by wheelchair, stretcher, and bed to and from Medical Imaging dept.
  • Received a patient satisfaction award for going above and beyond in aiding a patient in the emergency room.
  • Escorted patients on gurneys up to their rooms from the admission in the emergency room.
  • Volunteered in the equipment pool department, volunteer office, and in the emergency room.
  • Stationed and worked all hospital lobbies, and emergency room assisting visitors and families.
  • Checked emergency room patient vital signs to assist triage nurses, doctors and patients.
  • Responded to and assist with code blues as well as emergency room crisis.
  • Perform some front desk operations as well to patients entering the emergency room.
  • Handled patient care transport from the Emergency room to the patients admitting room.
  • Worked in a Hospital emergency room environment, under Doctors and Nurses.
  • Transported patients from the Emergency Room to their new assigned hospital room.
  • Assisted faculty in the Emergency Room for a better patient turnover rate.
  • Assist Emergency Room patients and visitors by providing information and directions.
  • Guide patients from the Emergency Room waiting area to Fast Track.
  • Delivered medical record charts to the nurse units and emergency room.
  • Transport and care of individuals admitted into emergency room of hospital.
  • Admit emergency room and direct admission patients to hospital bed.
  • Promoted within six months (Emergency Room Clinical Technician)
  • Assisted patients in the emergency room.

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7. Medical Equipment

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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Prepare medical equipment and have knowledgeable understanding of documentation for delivery to customer facilities.
  • Transport various required medical equipment and supplies to patients/departments in timely manner.
  • Transported specimens/sterile medical equipment between patients, medical staff and lab facilities.
  • Take sterilized medical equipment from Central Supply to the designated hospital units.
  • Disinfect medical equipment using medical grade cleaners before and after patient transport.
  • Delivered patient records, laboratory specimen and medical equipment to appropriate departments.
  • Delivered medical equipment and supplies to various departments within facility.
  • Transported patients and medical equipment between designated areas within hospital.
  • Transported patient throughout the hospital using the necessary medical equipment.
  • Provided assistance with medical equipment and ensured friendly customer service.
  • Maintain inventory levels for various medical equipment per management request.
  • Assisted in the delivery of various surgical/medical equipment.
  • Transported medical equipment from CSR to various departments
  • Honed deep understanding of medical equipment and products
  • Sanitize medical equipment as needed.
  • Transported and assembled medical equipment.
  • Ensured accurate, safe, and timely transportation of patients, patient-related items, and medical equipment to the proper destination.
  • Act as liaison, responsible for transporting patients, medical x-rays, and hospital /medical equipment to various medical facilities.
  • Handle medical equipment safely including IV pumps/poles oxygen tanks, PCA pumps, chest tubes, catheters, and traction.
  • Transported patients and medical equipment throughout the facility using wheelchairs, beds and stretchers, ensuring their safety and comfort.

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8. Radiology

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Here's how Radiology is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Transported non-narcotic medication from pharmacy or radiology to the designated care area; hand delivered the medication to the appropriate caregiver.
  • Ensured operational fluidity by transporting patients from various hospital divisions to the radiology department for examinations.
  • Assist with telephone coverage and other clerical tasks Radiology-Film Library/ Imaging Film Librarian Assistant.
  • Coordinated and actively participated in transporting patients to and from the radiology department.
  • Transported patients efficiently throughout the hospital from the emergency and radiology departments.
  • Assisted radiology technologists with patient care and transportation of patients.
  • Coordinated with radiology and nursing staff regarding patient transport.
  • Transport Patient from Emergency Department to Radiology procedure site.
  • Transported patients from units to Radiology Dept for diagnostic exams
  • Assist Radiology Techs with patient positioning when necessary.
  • Transported patients within the hospital for the radiology department
  • Tasked to transport patient to Radiology Department for testing
  • Transport patients to/from radiology and other departments.
  • Provide ancillary support to Radiology staff.
  • Transport patients to Radiology dept appointments
  • Transport patients from their rooms to their radiology procedures, and to monitor the patient between their rooms and procedures.
  • Transport patients to their in-patient bed and/or to and from other areas such as therapy, surgery or radiology.
  • Pick up medications from pharmacy, drop off blood specimens to STAT lab, Escort patients to Radiology Dept.
  • Transport patients from their rooms to radiology department to have x rays MRI CT ultrasounds or to nuclear medicine.
  • Transport patient to the Radiology department, Surgery department, Emergency room, inventory staff equipment and stocking supplies.

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9. Moveable Beds

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Here's how Moveable Beds is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Transported patients to treatment units, testing units, emergency rooms and other areas using wheelchairs, stretchers and moveable beds.
  • Transported patients to and from special service and treatment areas, and operating rooms; using wheelchairs or moveable beds.
  • Used Proper lifting techniques to transport patients on/off moveable beds and being culturally sensitive to comfort patients and their families.
  • Transport patients to areas such as operating rooms or x-ray rooms using wheelchairs, stretchers, or moveable beds.
  • Provide safe and courteous transportation while using wheelchairs or moveable beds.
  • Moved patients from service/treatment areas using moveable beds and wheelchairs.
  • Used wheelchairs or moveable beds to transport patients.
  • Transport patients in wheelchairs and moveable beds.
  • Transported patients to areas such as operating rooms or x-ray rooms using wheelchairs/moveable beds Maintained stocks of supplies and cleaned transport equipment

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10. Laboratory Specimens

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Here's how Laboratory Specimens is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Transported laboratory specimens by picking up requisitioned orders and delivering them to assigned areas including patient care areas.
  • Transported patients, equipment, supplies, and laboratory specimens to facilitate efficiency within the hospital environment.
  • Transported laboratory specimens by acquiring and conveying them to specified laboratories.
  • Transported laboratory specimens, transported deceased patients by protocol to morgue.
  • Transported laboratory specimens and needed equipment to proper scheduled treatment units.
  • Delivered laboratory specimens, medical equipment, and other supplies.
  • Transported laboratory specimens by picking-up and delivering them to laboratory.
  • Transported the laboratory specimens to the correct laboratory area.
  • Transport medical equipment and laboratory specimens around the hospital.
  • Transported laboratory specimens and delivered them to specified destinations.
  • Collected and distributed laboratory specimens to specified laboratory.
  • Deliver laboratory specimens to appropriate lab for testing.
  • Transported laboratory specimens to specified laboratories.
  • Collect and deliver laboratory specimens.
  • Moved patients from one area of a hospital to another, and delivered patient records, laboratory specimens and medical equipment.
  • Followed all protocols and procedures to ensure safe delivery of patients, their possessions, supplies and laboratory specimens.
  • Transported medical equipment, supplies and laboratory specimens to designated treatment, diagnostic and patient care areas.
  • Explain to patients what tests were scheduled, collect/log all blood, tissue & other laboratory specimens.
  • Collect and deliver laboratory specimens to technicians, move medical equipment, wheelchairs and stretchers.
  • Pick up laboratory specimens and deliver them to the specified laboratory as instructed to.

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11. Special Services

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Here's how Special Services is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Moved patients to and from special services and treatment areas, and operating rooms, using wheelchairs or movable beds.
  • Escort admitted patients to appropriate area ( rooms, special services, labs, etc.)

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12. Transport Equipment

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Here's how Transport Equipment is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Cleaned and returned transport equipment to designated area Maintained a log sheet of all activities performed
  • Maintained transport equipment and accessories/supplies to ensure availability, cleanliness, and proper utilization.
  • Inspected transport equipment and accessories to ensure availability, cleanliness, and proper utilization.
  • Located, monitored and maintained transport equipment in designated areas within the hospital.
  • Inspected transport equipment for cleanliness, operational ability and safety.
  • Transport equipment and supplies by picking-up requisitioned orders.
  • Assisted in sanitizing patient transport equipment.
  • Ensured that the transport equipment was in proper working condition, which saved the hospital 21% in annual repair expenses.
  • Ensured that transport equipment such as wheelchairs and stretchers are in proper working condition prior to patient pick up.
  • Clean and disinfect transport equipment, and performs bed-scale or standing weights on patients as requested.
  • Assist nursing personnel in transferring patients between beds and transport equipment such as wheelchair and stretcher.
  • Maintain stocks of supplies or clean and transport equipment on a daily basis.
  • Managed transport equipment, asset tracker repairs, collection, and terminal cleans.
  • Can safely transfer a patient from one mode of transport equipment to another.
  • Provided assistance to nursing staff in transferring patients between bed and transport equipment.
  • Run specimens to the lab, and transport equipment to requesting areas.
  • Transport equipment, beds and wheelchairs to and from floors and clinics.
  • Provide assistance in other ways such as sanitizing patient transport equipment.
  • Maintained adequate supply of transport equipment in lobbies and equipment rooms.
  • Assisted staff as needed, such as sanitizing patient transport equipment.

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13. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Gained CPR Certification and enhanced job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities.
  • Developed knowledge of different medical terminology as well as CPR certification.
  • Responded to hospital codes per departmental policy as well as initiate Code Rescue, Code Blues and CPR when appropriate.
  • Used my Basic Life Support and CPR certification and experience to aid in cardiovascular resuscitation efforts.
  • Respond to Rapids and Codes where we perform CPR if necessary, and assist nurses.
  • Be prepared to provide first aid or CPR to any participants needing care during transport.
  • Responded to paged calls for CPR assistance and any assistance needed around the hospital.
  • Be able to provide CPR in case of an emergency while in transport.
  • Perform and be CPR certified to assist patients of nursing staff if requested.
  • Certified in CPR, which is required for all employees in patient care.
  • Trained in the proper use of medical lift equipment and certified in CPR
  • Respond to all hospital codes, and perform CPR as needed.
  • Perform CPR when patient falls into Cardiac Arrest or stop breathing.
  • Be able to recognize patient conditions, and knowledge of CPR.
  • Certified in CPR and AED (Artificial External Defibrillator).
  • Received and maintained CPR/AED certifications from the American Red Cross.
  • Certified in CPR due to patients being in my care.
  • Obtain Basic Lifesaving Skills Certification (BLS) and CPR
  • Perform CPR on patients once code blue is called.
  • Maintained certifications in CPR and First Aid.

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14. Timely Transport

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Here's how Timely Transport is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Provided timely transportation of patients and equipment to designated hospital departments.
  • Ensured the safe and timely transportation of patients to and from their scheduled appointments within and outside of said facility.
  • Worked as a team player with other staff to accomplish optimal customer service, timely transportation, and patient satisfaction
  • Provided safe and timely transport of patients to and from patient care units and hospital departments.
  • Provided safe and timely transport of patients for testing and treatment within the hospital setting.
  • Provided safe and timely transport of 30-40 patients per day between rooms and ancillary department.
  • Provided safe and timely transport of patients to and from different areas of the hospital.
  • Played an important role in assuring timely transportation of patients to different areas in hospital.
  • Provided the safe and timely transport of patients to numerous locations for medical appointments.
  • Provided the safe and timely transport of patients to numerous locations throughout the city.
  • Exhibit superb customer service and timely transport of patients and hospital supplies
  • Excelled in ensuring the safe and timely transport of patients
  • Provided safe and timely transportation around the hospital grounds.
  • Secure and timely transportation of resident to specific doctor's appt* Ensuring van maintenance when needed

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15. Offering Support

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Here's how Offering Support is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Comforted patients and their families by offering support and encouragement while maintaining a safe, secure and healthy work environment.
  • Comforted patients and their families by offering support and encouragement.
  • Comforted patients by offering support and care.
  • Comfort patients and their families by offering support and encouragement.
  • Ensured patients were safe and comfortable, offering support, companion and comfort.
  • Comforted patients and their families by offering support and encouragement.

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16. MRI

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Here's how MRI is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Transported patients to various locations throughout the hospital for X-Rays, MRI's, Discharges, Chemotherapy, etc.
  • Transported patients between nursing units and also between hospital departments for testing such as CT scans and MRI.
  • Ensured safe patient transport from ER to various departments, including surgery, X-Ray, MRI, Etc.
  • Transported patients throughout the hospital including transporting trauma patients to XRAY, MRI, and CT scan.
  • Move patients about throughout the medical center for procedures including CAT Scans and MRI's.
  • Answered the phone service and transported patients to their admitted unit or Ultrasound/CT/MRI/Nuclear Medicine/etc.
  • Transported patients for MRI, X-Ray, Nuclear Medicine, and CT scans.
  • Ensured patients made timely appointments to MRI and other tests.
  • Assisted MRI Technologists - Prepared patients for MRI scans.
  • Transfer patient from their room to the MRI department.
  • Assist tech team with testing including, CT scans, MRI's, X-rays and surgical prep.
  • Transported patients and their charts to designated locations (MRI, CT-SCAN, X-RAY, etc.)
  • Transport patients to different testing sites (Cat scans, MRI, etc.)
  • Transported patients to and from MRI, CT scan, and X-Ray.
  • Transport patients from MRI, CT, X-Ray and ER.
  • Transported patients to MRI, CATSCAN, NUKEMED and X-Ray.
  • Bring Patient to MRI, CT Scans, Ultrasound
  • Monitor and alert nursing staff of patients condition, equipment status and follow-up instructions Preparation of patients for CT & MRI scans
  • Transfer patients between nursing units and also for tests such as CT scans and magnetic resonance imaging (MRIs).
  • Trained with the Geisinger Lift-Team to ensure patient safety and transport to and from critical and routine MRI's.

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17. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Transported patients to treatment facilities, assisted in emergency medical transport, emergency blood delivery, and emergency material delivery.
  • Operate computerized PBX communication system/switchboard to receive and connect incoming and outgoing calls for Irwin Army Community Hospital.
  • Administer proper amounts of oxygen as well as assisting medical personnel with positive pressure ventilation efforts.
  • Performed administrative and housekeeping tasks and communicated daily reports to nurses based on patient requests.
  • Answer patient inquires based on knowledge of hospital organization, clinic services and administrative procedures.
  • Maintain positive and professional relationship with patients and follow safety precautions and infection control techniques.
  • Complete assignments from Transport Tracking System within established departmental time frames and productivity standards.
  • Maintained adequate and appropriate equipment or materials for an effective and efficient distribution operation.
  • Prepared patient for transportation between nursing units and departments then delivered them safely.
  • Optimize code usage to modify and execute individual job assignments according to priority.
  • Transported laboratory specimen by picking up specimen and delivering them to specified laboratory.
  • Performed pickup/delivery of emergency reports, specimens, and patient care equipment.
  • Transport patients and deliver medications to several locations and pick up specimens
  • Communicated with patient and hospital personal in an effective positive manner.
  • Verified each patient against transportation instructions before delivering to medical facilities.
  • Demonstrated a positive attitude when transporting and communicating with patients.
  • Complete proper paperwork, documenting where patient was picked up/delivered.
  • Used a computer database to input information concerning transport activity.
  • Transport patients within established departmental time frames and productivity standards.
  • Delivered specimens to and from the laboratory to designated area.

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18. Wheel Chair

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Here's how Wheel Chair is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Pick up and transport patients (ambulatory, wheel chair, and stretcher) to appointments while exercising proper safety guidelines.
  • Assisted the patient with moving from place to place, for instance from bed to wheel chair or commode, etc...
  • Transport Patients to special treatment areas, operating room using the proper medical equipment such as wheel chairs and movable beds.
  • Greet patients, take then in beds or wheel chairs to and from their appointment's in the hospital safely.
  • Assist the nurses/ medical staff with getting patient to and from wheel chair, bed, or stretcher.
  • Transported patients by cart, bed, wheel chair or motor vehicle to various areas of the hospital.
  • Transported patients and visitors utilizing stretchers, hospital beds and wheel chairs between hospital departments and to/from beds.
  • Transport patients to and from testing, treatment, and operating areas, via wheel chairs or beds.
  • Moved patients from one area of the hospital to another via wheel chair, bed, or gurney.
  • Transport bed ridden, wheel chair bound, medical patients to designated areas within the medical facility.
  • Ensured every used equipment such as wheel chairs, stretchers, and transport beds were fully operable.
  • Transport Patients via Stretcher, wheel chair, or bed throughout the hospital also do lab runs.
  • Assisted nurses to move patients from bed to gurney or wheel chair for testing if needed.
  • Assisted patients with getting into their beds, wheel chairs, and going to the restroom.
  • Assisted patients in walking, changing, and transferring from bed to stretcher or wheel chair.
  • Transport patients to test, appointments, transfer patients from wheel chair, bed, stretcher
  • Operated transport equipment, sliding boards, hospital beds, stretchers, and wheel chairs.
  • Meet incoming Patients and if needed push in Wheel Chair to and from Appointments.
  • Transferred and transported patients within the hospital by wheel chair, stretcher or bed.
  • Helped move patients in wheel chairs from one location to another in the hospital

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19. Procedure Schedules

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Here's how Procedure Schedules is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Perform duties punctually while being attentive to procedure schedules; demonstrating caring and cultural sensitivity.
  • Comforted patients & their families by offering support & encouragement; being punctual & attentive to procedure schedules.
  • Showed punctual and attentive to procedure schedules.
  • Maintain procedure schedules and minimize wait times.
  • Transport patients to and from various destinations Maintain punctual and attentive behavior to procedure schedules Demonstrate caring and cultural sensitivity

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20. Cultural Sensitivity

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Here's how Cultural Sensitivity is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Comfort patients and their families by offering support and encouragement, demonstrating caring and cultural sensitivity.
  • Demonstrated caring and cultural sensitivity.
  • Provided exceptional care as well as displayed cultural sensitivity, support, and encouragement to comfort patients and families.
  • Demonstrate caring and cultural sensitivity to patients on a day to day basis.
  • Comfort patients and their families by offering support and encouragement; demonstrating caring and cultural sensitivity.
  • Demonstrated caring and cultural sensitivity to residents and families.

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21. Following Standards

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Here's how Following Standards is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Maintain safe, secure, and healthy work environment by following standards and procedures, complying with federal and state regulations.
  • Maintain safe, secure, and clean work environment by following standards and procedures.
  • Maintained a safe,secure, and healthy work environment by following standards and procedures.
  • Maintained a safe, secure, and healthy work environment by following standards and procedures.
  • Maintained a safe, secure, and healthy work environment by following standards and procedures.
  • Maintain a safe, secure, and healthy environment by following standards and procedures.

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22. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Maintained patient confidentiality when transporting medical records to clinic appointments.
  • Collected and delivered laboratory packages and medical records.
  • Protected patient's confidential medical records during transports.
  • Carried documents and medical records between departments.
  • Transported patients throughout SHMC campus, implemented stringent compliance procedures, retrieved medical records, lab results, supplies and medications.
  • Escort Patient to given destination * Discharge Patient * Delivers messages, mail, medical records, and other items.
  • Transported patients to and from testing sites, handled confidential medical records, and assisted nursing staff as needed.
  • Transported medical records, delivered specimens from operating room to lab, and delivered deceased patients to the morgue.
  • Transport patients, medical equipment, medical records, packages, and other related Items to their destination.
  • Answer Phones and Take Messages Type up patient charts File Medical records Schedule Appointments Receive and Release Patient Records
  • Deliver messages, mail, medical records, lab specimens, and other materials to appropriate areas.
  • Transported specimens to labs, delivering and picking up medical records, supplies, x-rays and equipment.
  • Provided customer service and transported patients to x-ray, filed medical records and corresponded with Doctors.
  • Collect discharged patients medical files from the units, and take them to Medical Records.
  • Delivered medical records to doctors' offices, hospitals and other free standing facilities.
  • Delivered lab specimens, medical records, and mail to appropriate clinics and offices.
  • Retrieved Patients records from medical records to take with patient to their appointments.
  • Delivered mail, messages, medical records, or other items within facility.
  • Transported the patients and/or medical records to appropriated area within the hospital.
  • Ensured that patients had proper identification tags and medical records while transporting.

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23. Hospital Beds

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Here's how Hospital Beds is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Delivered equipment including hospital beds and stretchers to various departments.
  • Assist in transfer of patients from hospital stretchers to hospital beds, assist Nurses and Techs with any patient care needed.
  • Assisted nursing staff with patient movement to and from various platforms to include stretchers, hospital beds, and wheelchairs.
  • Worked with different teams in the hospital to keep supplies of wheelchairs and hospital beds at adequate amounts.
  • Assist patients to various locations in the hospital with wheelchairs, patient carts, and hospital beds.
  • Ensured the proper use of equipment and medical devices such as wheelchairs, stretchers and hospital beds.
  • Transported patients in wheelchairs, or on stretcher or hospital beds to and from exams and/or procedures.
  • Transport patients (hospital beds/stretchers/wheelchairs) to different testing sites and/or back to their rooms.
  • Assist patients in and out of hospital beds, stretchers, and wheelchairs.
  • Transported patients by wheelchairs and by hospital beds to exams rooms.
  • Control and maneuver different hospital beds, wheelchairs, etc.
  • Sanitize wheelchairs and hospital beds and stage in there appropriate locations
  • Clean and disinfect equipment such as wheelchairs and hospital beds/stretchers.
  • Assist with patient transfers from stretchers to hospital beds.
  • Clean stretchers and hospital beds if needed.
  • Ensured that hospital beds have cleaned lines.
  • Transferred patients from gurneys/wheelchairs to hospital beds using various transferring maneuvers and lifting equipment.
  • Carried, lifted, and pushed over 700 patients in wheelchairs, standard hospital beds, and bariatric equipped beds.
  • Transported patients from one destination to the next with caution and care using stretchers, wheelchairs, and hospital beds.
  • Transport patients using stretchers,wheelchairs, Hospital beds.

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25. Protocols

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Here's how Protocols is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Clean and sanitize transportation equipment according to Infection Control protocols.
  • Utilized hospital protocols to validate patient identity.
  • Transport deceased patients by following protocols.
  • Followed specific protocols set by the Hospital Administration that helped me to provide a safe, efficient and healthy work setting.
  • Designated dispatcher to other transporters as well as training new employees in proper procedure and transportation protocols.
  • Transport deceased patients by following protocols and delivering them to the mortuary.
  • Make sure of patient safety and follow all hospital protocols.
  • Complied with protocols in transporting deceased patients to mortuary.
  • Adhered to all department policies and protocols.
  • Adhered to strict company policies and protocols.
  • Followed all safety protocols at the hospital.
  • Assisted nurse managerin developing efficiency protocols -Coordinated, prioritized transports within hospital -Aided nursing staff and child life specialist with ER duties
  • Transported and monitored patients under stroke/cardiac protocols; Monitored patients assigned fulltime surveillance
  • Transported deceased patients to the morgue while following protocols and being punctual and attentive to procedural schedules.
  • developed training program for new hires Assisted in the development of infectious control protocols and evacuation protocols

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26. Jcaho

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Here's how Jcaho is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Maintained a safe and secure environment following hospital procedures, federal/state regulations and JCAHO requirements.
  • Maintain a safe and healthy work environment by complying with federal and state legal regulations & JCAHO requirements.
  • Transported patients to designated locations per physician orders while upholding HIPAA and JCAHO standards.
  • Comply with regulatory agency standards, including federal, state and JCAHO.
  • Complied with federal and state legal regulations and Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) requirements.
  • Contributed to successful department JCAHO accreditation.

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27. Patient Rooms

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Here's how Patient Rooms is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Transported patients around hospital facilities Answered phone calls regarding patient rooms Knowledge of HIPPA regulations
  • Transported patients from surgical procedures and prepared/ sanitized surgical and patient rooms.
  • Employed as a Patient Transporter involving moving patients from their inpatient rooms safely and promptly to various locations within the hospital.
  • Transport inpatients and outpatients to and from patient rooms, diagnostic/therapeutic areas, lobbies, physician offices, etc.
  • Perform terminal cleaning of patient rooms and prepare for new occupant; follow isolation procedures in isolation rooms.
  • Provide safe and efficient transport of patients to, nursing units, patient rooms, and diagnostic areas.
  • Cleaned and sanitized patient rooms, equipment, bathrooms, examination rooms, or other patient areas.
  • Transported patients to and from special service and treatment areas, emergency room, patient rooms.
  • Transported patients to and from patient rooms for testing, for room or floor changes.
  • Escorted patients from patient rooms to hospital pharmacy and front of hospital after discharged.
  • Assist Environmental Services when needed with cleaning of rooms and getting patient rooms ready.
  • Escorted visiting family members to patient rooms or to requested destinations within the hospital.
  • Transport and escort patients to and from patient rooms and patient care service areas.
  • Transported in all areas including the laboratory department, operating department & in-patient rooms.
  • Transport patients safely to/from ER, patient rooms, testing areas, etc.
  • Disinfect and sanitize patient rooms, emergency room, and operation room.
  • Transported patients to and from hospital service areas/patient rooms as directed.
  • Discharged and stocked patient rooms and moved patients to appropriate locations
  • Transported emergency room patients to tests and to patient rooms.
  • Make phone calls to patient rooms to obtain meal selections.

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28. Picking-Up Specimens

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Here's how Picking-Up Specimens is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Inspect and maintenance hospital equipment Transport laboratory specimens by picking-up specimens and delivering them to specified laboratory
  • Transported laboratory specimens by picking-up specimens and delivered them to specified laboratory.

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29. Medical Staff

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Answer questions for family members and notify medical staff of specific questions regarding procedures/appointments.
  • Transported patients within facility - Assisted medical staff as required
  • Transported incapacitated inpatients via wheelchair to medical staff.
  • Present Provide exceptional customer service and assist medical staff in transporting patients and equipment in a safe and timely manner.
  • Assisted medical staff with transporting patients to certain areas, which allowed for other hospital staff to sanitize room.
  • Interview and collect data provided by medical staff and patients to create accurate birth records of newborns.
  • Interact with Doctors, Nurses, and other Medical staff to become familiar with patient status.
  • Assisted medical staff in transportation of patients to testing areas as well as patients being discharged
  • Developed interpersonal skills through daily hands on work with patients and medical staff.
  • Advocated for the patient; ensured procedural efficiency with appropriate medical staff.
  • Fostered relationships between patients and medical staff to ensure trust and satisfaction.
  • Assist medical staff with lifting patients on/off beds and moving equipment.
  • Transport patients to diagnostic areas under the directions of medical staff.
  • Assisted patients and medical staff in any way they required.
  • Close interaction with patients as well as medical staff.
  • Performed tasks as directed by nursing and medical staff.
  • Acted as a liaison between patients and medical staff
  • Assist medical staff with responding to code blues.
  • Assisted medical staff with daily duties upon request.
  • Filed documents and organized rooms for medical staffed.

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30. Hippa

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Here's how Hippa is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Maintained patient confidentiality by following all printed HIPPA guidelines.
  • Verify identity, handle medical specimen, medical charts, paperwork, and assist nurses and doctors while following HIPPA policies.
  • Attended team training seminars on HIPPA policies, proper care of Endoscopic tools, cleaning equipment and patient care.
  • Demonstrated appropriate use of PPE, and follows HIPPA, OSHA, and the hospital's policies and procedures.
  • Monitored general health of patients while delivering them to their assigned destinations, while adhering to HIPPA standards.
  • Demonstrated appropriate use of confidential information, and followed HIPPA, OSHA, and hospital policy.
  • Communicate with nurses and technicians concerning the care of patients while maintaining HIPPA confidentiality.
  • Gather and submit paperwork per client for insurance billing while maintaining HIPPA guidelines.
  • Followed HIPPA provisions governing exchanges of health care information and privacy protection.
  • Follow the HIPPA, OSHA, and Florida Hospital policies and procedures.
  • Maintained appropriate protocols in terms of patient confidentiality and HIPPA laws.
  • Demonstrate proper understanding and use HIPPA and Tenet policies and procedures.
  • Adhered to HIPPA laws and other patient confidentiality rules.
  • Maintained up-to-date knowledge of OSHA and HIPPA regulations.
  • Perform HIPPA AND OSHA guidelines while patient transporting.
  • Maintain patient privacy using HIPPA guidelines.
  • Follow HIPPA and JACO regulations.
  • Maintained HIPPA privacy during transport.
  • Determine a patient's data by using HIPPA -Carries patients luggage, while assisting them in walking to prevent accidents.
  • Clean and disinfected equipment (stretchers and wheelchairs) Maintain utmost discretion when dealing with sensitive topics (HIPPA)

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31. Hospital Staff

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Here's how Hospital Staff is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Maintained ethical mannerism by displaying confidentiality while assisting various hospital staff members.
  • Maintain professional and positive working relationships with hospital staff and personnel.
  • Exemplified excellent communication and verbal skills between patients and hospital staff.
  • Worked independently to support entire hospital staff.
  • Coordinated transportation efforts with hospital staff.
  • Cooperated with doctors, nurses, and other hospital staff to ensure patients received the appropriate and necessary care.
  • Communicated closely with a variety of hospital staff to assure patients were transported to testing locations.
  • Coordinate with hospital staff to safely escort patients throughout hospital and when discharged home.
  • Communicated with hospital staff in order to help meet the needs of patients.
  • Interacted directly with hospital staff and patients in a courteous and professional manner.
  • Assisted physicians, hospital staff and outpatients in a professional and courteous manner.
  • Remained available to hospital staff at all times to deliver equipment as needed.
  • Assisted hospital staff with routine patient-care need and distributing supplies and equipment.
  • Assisted hospital staff in the transportation of patients throughout hospital campus.
  • Confirm with hospital staff the point of destination for each patient.
  • Worked well with team members as well as other hospital staff.
  • Communicate with patient, family, and other hospital staff.
  • Provided clinical support to floor Nurses and other hospital staff.
  • Established and maintained good rapport with hospital staff.
  • Coordinate with hospital staff on patient's status.

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32. Clinical Staff

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Verified patient identifiers and communicate patient's arrival and/or departure to appropriate clinical staff.
  • Assisted clinical staff in preparation for patient transports and developed positive working relationships.
  • Work collaboratively with ICU clinical staff to ensure efficiency of critical transports.
  • Communicate with clinical staff concerning patient readiness and/or special needs.
  • Assisted clinical staff in transporting patients to and from beds, wheelchairs, stretchers, and various areas of the hospital.
  • Provided direct support to clinical staff by safely transporting patients, equipment, and supplies to and from destinations.
  • Assisted clinical staff in the transportation of both inpatients and outpatients to various tests and procedures within the facility.
  • Assisted clinical staff with moving current patients from beds, wheelchairs and stretchers for operations or other procedures.
  • Worked closely with assisting clinical staff in moving patients from beds to various areas of the hospital.
  • Assist clinical staff with moving equipment such as intravenous drips, monitoring devices and oxygen tanks.
  • Assisted clinical staff with moving patients to and from beds, wheelchairs, and stretchers.
  • Provided direct support to clinical staff when transferring patient to and from transport equipment.
  • Demonstrate good verbal communication skills to interact with patient, guests and clinical staff.
  • Worked together with clinical staff to prepare the patient in any way necessary.
  • Communicate with all clinical staff of the arrival and departure of patients.
  • Assist clinical staff to prepare and move patient to and from equipment.
  • Assist clinical staff with lifting and moving patients for transfer and transport.
  • Assist clinical staff with patient needs and other duties as assigned.
  • Communicated to clinical staff of patients' arrival and departure.
  • Assisted with patient care when requested by Clinical staff.

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33. Job Knowledge

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Here's how Job Knowledge is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Updated job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities.

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34. Test Sites

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Here's how Test Sites is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Transport patients properly and safely by wheelchair, stretcher, or bed to test sites, rooms, or as discharges.
  • Admitted patients into hospital, transferred patients from room to room, transported patients to varies test sites.
  • Transported patients from hospital rooms, test sites, surgical procedures as well as being discharged from hospital.
  • Perform transfers and transport patients via stretcher or wheelchair to and from test sites within the facility.
  • Assisted Various types of patients who are admitted, safely get to their test sites for diagnostics.
  • Consisted of scheduling patient times for test sites, and making sure patients arrived on time.
  • Transport patients to and from test sites, transport blood products, pharmacy items, equipment
  • Verify patient Identify, safely transport to different test sites throughout the medical center.
  • Transport patients as well as medications to and from test sites and pharmacies.
  • Transport patients to test sites, surgery prep, and when discharged.
  • Use of phone making calls to and receiving calls from test sites.
  • Provided transport to patients within the hospital to different test sites.
  • Transport patients to and from test sites and surgeries and also discharges
  • Conduct In Safe Travel For Inpatient Test Sites To and From
  • Transport patients to and from different test sites throughout the hospital
  • Transport patients to test sites as well as room transfers.
  • Transport patients throughout the hospital to test sites and other areas
  • Answered calls from test sites on patient inquiries.
  • Transport patients to and from test sites.
  • Transport patients to various test sites

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35. Different Departments

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Here's how Different Departments is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Deliver medical supplies to different departments in hospital.
  • Transport patients to different departments around hospital.
  • Transport patients within the hospital to different departments for exams such as x-rays, EKG'S, CT Scans, etc.
  • Transported inpatients and outpatients by bed, stretcher, or wheelchair to scheduled appointments throughout the different departments within the hospital.
  • Retrieved patients from all areas of the hospital and took them to their rooms or to different departments.
  • Transferred and transported patients to and from different departments, floors or rooms using gurneys and wheelchairs.
  • Transport patients within the hospital to different departments depending on the doctor's request for tests.
  • Escorted patients from their rooms to different departments in the hospital or to be discharged.
  • Transport patients to the different departments with safe movement of all age of patients.
  • Take patients to and from different departments throughout the hospital for procedures and appointments.
  • Drop off and pick up patients for various tests and procedures to different departments
  • Navigate patients to and from different departments, hospital for procedures and examinations.
  • Build trauma beds and specialty beds for different departments around the hospital.
  • Transport patients back and forth between different departments and their room.
  • Transported patient via wheelchair or stretchers to different departments in hospital.
  • Transport patients to different departments on wheel chairs and stretchers.
  • Transported patients from different departments within the hospital by gurney.
  • Transport patients to and from different departments within the hospital.
  • Transport in-patients and out-patients to different departments for testing.
  • Transport patients from different departments throughout the Hospital.

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36. Different Areas

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Here's how Different Areas is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Managed the supply elevator to deliver crucial medical materials to different areas of hospital.
  • Job Duties: Transported patients throughout the hospital to different areas for appointments, room changes, morgue transfers and discharges.
  • Transport patients from there room to different areas of testing within the hospital in a timely and efficient matter.
  • Assisted patients to different areas of the hospital per doctor orders, assisted patients with various tasks.
  • Transport patient to different areas of the hospital for testing, lab work, and room transfers.
  • Handle patients with the utmost care while transporting them to different areas of the hospital.
  • Transported patients by bed, stretcher and wheelchair to different areas throughout the hospital.
  • Transport patient in a safe and professional manner to different areas within the hospital.
  • Transported hospital patients from their rooms to different areas of the hospital for tests.
  • Transported patients to different areas of the hospital.
  • Transport patients to many different areas in the hospital using a variety of different methods.
  • Transported patients around hospital in wheelchairs safely by following procedures Cleaned and organized equipment Dispatched other transporters to different areas when needed
  • transport patients throughout hospital from room to different areas in hospital .

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37. Medical Professionals

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Here's how Medical Professionals is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Communicated effectively with medical professionals, patients and their family members, regarding sensitive and confidential matters.
  • Interacted with medical professionals and understood medical terminology.
  • Coordinate with doctors, nurses and other medical professionals to transport patients throughout hospital to all departments.
  • Display clear, effective communication between physicians, nurses, technicians, and other medical professionals.
  • coordinate with doctors, nurses and other medical professionals to take patients from their rooms to various locations.
  • Coordinate with medical professionals to take patients from rooms to various locations (i.e.
  • Coordinate with doctors,nurses and other medical professionals.

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38. Hospital Equipment

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Here's how Hospital Equipment is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Transfer patients in need of additional assistance between various hospital equipment.
  • Provided minor repairs to hospital equipment when necessary.
  • Deliver specific hospital equipment to designated locations.
  • Handle all hospital equipment carefully and responsibly.
  • Deliver and retrieve hospital equipment.
  • Understand hospital equipment and technology.
  • Transport blood to the labs & hospital equipment (lift equipment, iv poles/pumps/channels and heart monitors) to floors.
  • Follow proper procedures for basic handling of catheters, heart or chest tubes, hospital equipment, and oxygen.
  • Operate different types of hospital equipment and work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Maintain and QC all hospital equipment associated with patient transport.
  • Maintained hospital equipment by cleaning, inventory, and storage.
  • Transported patients, hospital equipment, and lab specimens.
  • Stock and supply units with appropriate hospital equipment.
  • Keep hospital equipment maintained and clean.
  • transported patients to and from hospital rooms, maintained clean hospital equipment

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39. Medical Supplies

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Monitored and maintained inventory of medical supplies.
  • Transport medical supplies from central services up to the floors of the hospital.
  • Covered courier routes picking up and delivering medical supplies to Mercy locations.
  • Order supplies, stock facility, and do billing for medical supplies.
  • Transported patients & medical supplies & equipment throughout the hospital.
  • Ensured medical supplies were sanitized and organized at all times.
  • Transport of medications, blood products, and medical supplies
  • Delivered medical supplies and equipment in a timely matter.
  • Deliver medical supplies, specimens, and medications.
  • Restock medical supplies and keep stock clean.
  • Restocked medical supplies in the department.
  • Order and purchase medical supplies.
  • Transport patients and medical supplies.
  • Provided transportation for patients to and from rehabilitation appointments * Transported surgical instruments and other medical supplies to and from medical facilities
  • Assist in discharging patients.Material Management Tech- unload and load trucks, deliver medical supplies to different units around the hospital.
  • Cleaned equipments and wheelchairs, and restocked medical supplies.
  • Maintain and deliver equipment Escort family and friends Delivering medical supplies inside medical center
  • Transport Patients Stocking Medical Supplies Patient Cae

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40. Hipaa

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Here's how Hipaa is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Maintained patient confidentiality in compliance with HIPAA regulations.
  • Maintained confidentiality and HIPAA Compliance with work-related information.
  • Validated patients' identity based on established department protocol (HIPAA).
  • Follow HIPAA guidelines to verify patient records before transporting.
  • Maintain privacy according to legislation defined by HIPAA.
  • Uphold patient privacy laws (HIPAA).
  • Followed patient identification protocol and handoff procedures; complied with patient HIPAA requirements.
  • Abided by HIPAA compliance and upheld professionalism while cooperating with physicians, nurses, and technicians.
  • Transported patient charts in an efficient and confidential manner abiding by HIPAA rules and regulations.
  • Adhered to HIPAA regulation while handling sensitive records and information pertaining to patients health.
  • Maintained organization within front office while maintaining HIPAA compliances of files and records.
  • Followed HIPAA rules and regulations Used computer to schedule transports and room turnover
  • Transported Knowledgeable with hospital procedures and HIPAA compliance.
  • Provide empathetic and conscientious transport for all patients Maintain professional demeanor and composure at all times Maintain patient confidentiality (HIPAA)
  • Transport patients Confirm patient identity in compliance with HIPAA Keep and maintain a log sheet for production Dispatcher

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41. Ultrasound

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Here's how Ultrasound is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Coordinate with doctors, nurses and other medical professionals to take patients from their rooms to the ultrasound department for tests.
  • Transported patients to get various test done like X-rays, chemotherapy, and ultrasounds.
  • Transported patients to surgeries, x-ray appointments, and ultrasounds.
  • Transport of patients to various scheduled exams such as X-ray, Cath Lab, Pre-Op, Dialysis, Ultrasound, etc.
  • Transport patients to and from surgery to the surgery room to recovery from ultrasound and x ray and so on
  • Transport patients to get test done, Ultrasound, X-ray,Dialysis
  • Transport patients to and from on ultrasound and XRay

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42. Medical Tests

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Here's how Medical Tests is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Escorted patients for medical procedures such as; x-rays, scans and other medical tests while ensuring proper identification.
  • Provided exceptional customer service while transporting patients by stretcher or wheelchair to and from their appointed medical tests.
  • Transferred patients to/from medical tests and delivered sterile specimens/orders to technicians and physicians (22 hrs)
  • Transported patients to X-rays, scans, surgery and other medical tests or procedures.
  • Transport patients to and from medical tests and procedures Transport patients to critical care units Dispatch patient transportation routes

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43. Support Areas

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Here's how Support Areas is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Transport patients to and from clinical and support areas via wheelchair, stretcher, or beds as requested from Clinical staff.
  • Transported patients to and from clinical, ancillary, and support areas via wheelchair, stretcher, and van service.
  • Coordinated transport services for patients to and from clinical, ancillary and support areas.
  • Transported patients to and from clinical, ancillary and support areas as requested.
  • Transported patients to and from clinical, ancillary and support areas via wheelchair or stretcher Participated in emergency codes and fires.
  • Transported patients to/from ancillary, clinical and support areas via wheelchair, or stretcher as requested or required.

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44. Special Equipment

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Here's how Special Equipment is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Transported patients with oxygen tanks, intravenous pumps, drips and special equipment to various locations within the hospital.
  • Requested to include transport of patients with oxygen tanks, intravenous pumps, drips and special equipment.
  • Transported patients with oxygen tanks, intravenous pumps, drips and special equipment using careful handling methods.
  • Operated vans with special equipment, such as wheelchair lifts to transport people with special needs.
  • Assisted patients with oxygen tanks, intravenous pumps, drips, and special equipment.
  • Transport patients include oxygen, I Med's other special equipment.

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45. ICU

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Here's how ICU is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Assist Technologists with difficult patients either in achieving the desired position or observing for the safety of altered or incompetent patients.
  • Transported patients from high acuity units CCU, ICU, SICU, and CVCU to and from tests and procedure.
  • Work in all areas and with all staff including the ER, ICU, ambulatory surgery and post-op area.
  • Provide new hires with guidance in handling difficult or complex problems or in resolving escalated complaints or disputes.
  • Work included: Transporting patients from surgery, the ICU, and other general areas of the hospital.
  • Assisted Physicians and Medical Imaging personnel with the calming down of and lifting up of difficult patients.
  • Transported inpatients, ICU patients, and visitors to and from various locations throughout the hospital.
  • Maintained particular care of hurting patients while transferring them due to broken bones and open wounds.
  • Transferred patients in all departments of the hospital including the ICU, CCU, and pediatrics.
  • Provided a safe and caring environment for patients and families during transport and difficult situations.
  • Transferred patients to regular hospital rooms from ICU, also delivered plasma to the floors
  • Collect and transport equipment such as wheelchairs, beds, ICU monitors and stretchers.
  • Make sure to treat patients with courtesy and minding their particular needs.
  • Assist is all extracurricular work events, promoting the Presbyterian name.
  • Observed patients for any difficulties or discomforts they may have.
  • Assisted in ICU transports across hospital.
  • Operate various transport devices such as wheelchairs and stretchers and how to deal with difficult patients * Maintain charts.
  • Certified in basic life support Efficiently communicate with patients and their family members during difficult times.
  • Received training on dealing with difficult patients and was a key member of the code grey team.

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46. Treatment Units

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Here's how Treatment Units is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Transport patients to various treatment units, using a wheelchair or stretcher in a safe yet timely manner.
  • Transport patients to treatment units, testing areas, and other various areas
  • Transported patients to treatment units using a wheelchair and stretcher.
  • Transport patients to treatment units, testing units, operating rooms, or other areas using wheelchairs, stretchers
  • Key Results: * Transport patients to treatment units, using a wheelchair or stretcher.
  • Transport patients to treatment units, using a wheelchair or stretcher.

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47. Ensure Patient Trust

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Here's how Ensure Patient Trust is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Communicate with patients to develop a relationship and ensure patient trust.

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48. Emergency Situations

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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Patients Transporter jobs:
  • Respond quickly and effectively in emergency situations.
  • Assist patients transport medical or personal devices, anticipate patients' needs, and respond to emergency situations.
  • Assist doctors, nurses, and other hospital personnel during emergency situations.
  • Crash carts are the emergency medical carts used in emergency situations.
  • Organized transportation needs on a daily basis and in emergency situations.
  • Responded to emergency situations (code team)
  • Care for the patients Respond to the emergency situations

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20 Most Common Skill for a Patients Transporter

Patient Transport Activities22.4%
Patient Care12.1%
Customer Service7.3%
Oxygen Tanks5.3%
Treatment Areas5%
Emergency Room4.7%
Medical Equipment4.1%
Radiology4.1%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Patients Transporter

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Transport Activities
Patient Transport Activities
17.2%
17.2%
2
2
Patient Care
Patient Care
9.3%
9.3%
3
3
Customer Service
Customer Service
5.6%
5.6%
4
4
Oxygen Tanks
Oxygen Tanks
4.1%
4.1%
5
5
Treatment Areas
Treatment Areas
3.9%
3.9%
6
6
Emergency Room
Emergency Room
3.6%
3.6%
7
7
Medical Equipment
Medical Equipment
3.2%
3.2%
8
8
Radiology
Radiology
3.2%
3.2%
9
9
Moveable Beds
Moveable Beds
2.8%
2.8%
10
10
Laboratory Specimens
Laboratory Specimens
2.8%
2.8%
11
11
Special Services
Special Services
2.7%
2.7%
12
12
Transport Equipment
Transport Equipment
2.6%
2.6%
13
13
CPR
CPR
2.4%
2.4%
14
14
Timely Transport
Timely Transport
2.2%
2.2%
15
15
Offering Support
Offering Support
2.1%
2.1%
16
16
MRI
MRI
1.9%
1.9%
17
17
IV
IV
1.9%
1.9%
18
18
Wheel Chair
Wheel Chair
1.8%
1.8%
19
19
Procedure Schedules
Procedure Schedules
1.8%
1.8%
20
20
Cultural Sensitivity
Cultural Sensitivity
1.7%
1.7%
21
21
Following Standards
Following Standards
1.7%
1.7%
22
22
Medical Records
Medical Records
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Hospital Beds
Hospital Beds
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Legal Regulations
Legal Regulations
1.3%
1.3%
25
25
Protocols
Protocols
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Jcaho
Jcaho
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Patient Rooms
Patient Rooms
1%
1%
28
28
Picking-Up Specimens
Picking-Up Specimens
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Hippa
Hippa
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Hospital Staff
Hospital Staff
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Clinical Staff
Clinical Staff
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Job Knowledge
Job Knowledge
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Test Sites
Test Sites
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Different Departments
Different Departments
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Different Areas
Different Areas
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Medical Professionals
Medical Professionals
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Hospital Equipment
Hospital Equipment
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Medical Supplies
Medical Supplies
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Hipaa
Hipaa
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Ultrasound
Ultrasound
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Medical Tests
Medical Tests
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Support Areas
Support Areas
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Special Equipment
Special Equipment
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
ICU
ICU
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Treatment Units
Treatment Units
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Ensure Patient Trust
Ensure Patient Trust
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Emergency Situations
Emergency Situations
0.5%
0.5%

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