Cincinnati Children’s looks to fill 55 positions at Liberty Campus

Cincinnati Children’s completed an expansion of its Liberty Campus in 2015, adding a new patient floor and making other renovations. GREG LYNCH / STAFF
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Cincinnati Children’s completed an expansion of its Liberty Campus in 2015, adding a new patient floor and making other renovations. GREG LYNCH / STAFF

Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Campus plans to hold an open house today for 55 new jobs.

The jobs are for a Transitional Care Center on the fourth floor the campus opened in 2015 and include a variety of positions including 15 respiratory therapists, 20 registered nurses, 20 monitor techs and patient care attendants, according to Cincinnati Children’s officials.

Scheduled to occur between 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. today in its LA4 conference room, the event includes a tour of the unit, possible on-site interviews and information gathering. Those who do attend are advised to bring a resume and should expect to be on-site for about an hour.

“At the Transitional Care Center, we provide comprehensive, coordinated care for medically complex pulmonary patients and their families,” according to Cincinnati Children’s website. “Our goal is to achieve medical stabilization and to provide family support, education and resources that allow patients and families to successfully manage care at home. We treat children of all ages who have pulmonary conditions that require tracheotomies and long-term ventilatory support.”

For more information, e-mail nurses4kids@cchmc.org.

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