Nexus Health Systems

Maintenance Staff - Spring

Spring, TX
Offering pediatric and adult patients a comprehensive continuum of care after an acquired or traumat

Job Description

Maintenance Staff

Posted: Tuesday, 1/9/2024

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Maintenance Staff assists the Director Plant Ops to ensure maintenance of facility/hospital physical plant operations and equipment are being maintained and inspected as required.

JOB-SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

Your exceptional skills

Requirements
  • Troubleshoots and repairs a broad variety of hospital equipment and systems.
  • Performs preventive maintenance on hospital equipment and systems.
  • Operates a broad variety of hospital equipment and systems.
  • Performs construction tasks to prepare the hospital for furnishings, equipment, and systems.
  • Responsible for maintaining parts and material inventory to ensure maintenance and repair functions can be completed.
  • Pursues educational improvements and provides training on procedures, equipment, and system operations.
  • Serves as a maintenance resource to monitor hospital equipment and systems' operation status and condition.
  • Works to ensure the department provides high-quality, cost-effective maintenance support for the hospital.
  • Serves as a maintenance source to monitor equipment and systems' operating status and condition.
  • Responds to customers’ comments or informal complaints about hospital systems or operations and has a recommendation to the supervisor within 24 hours.
  • Maintains and completes maintenance journals, logs, and time sheets daily.
  • Performs air balance, water, steam, refrigerant, and temperature control measurements/adjustments on systems to achieve optimum performance. Measures air velocity, pressure, flow, and temperature

Nexus Health Systems At A Glance

Offering pediatric and adult patients a comprehensive continuum of care after an acquired or traumatic brain injury, sudden accident, or illness, Nexus Health Systems is the national leader in physician-driven clinical neuroscience. Our medical model of care supports our patients from the earliest stages throughout the entire recovery process, delivering a holistic rehabilitation approach extending beyond traditional physical, occupational, and speech therapies. Multi-disciplinary teams develop individualized treatment plans addressing interpersonal, behavioral, cognitive, physical, and emotional issues to ensure underlying challenges are identified making rehabilitation more successful. Since 1992, Nexus Health Systems has offered a continuum of care for pediatric and adult patients recovering from an acquired or traumatic brain injury, sudden accident, disease, or illness. Through individualized and comprehensive rehabilitation, Nexus addresses the medical, interpersonal, behavioral, cognitive, physical, and emotional issues affecting patients. Extending beyond traditional therapies, Nexus treats the entire person – an approach that helps make rehabilitation more successful. The company, which is privately owned and headquartered in Houston, Texas, has continued to be a national leader in physician-driven clinical neuroscience as well as a pioneer in the neurobehavioral field. In order to meet patient demand, Nexus has continued to expand its services to multiple facilities – including freestanding specialty hospitals and a residential rehabilitation campus – throughout the greater Houston area and in Orange, California. Our Facilities Nexus Neurorecovery Center (formerly Touchstone Neurorecovery Center), located in Conroe, Texas has offered neurobehavioral rehabilitation programs ranging from short-term to life-care needs since 1992. Nexus Neurorecovery Center provides practical treatment designed to meet the behavioral, vocational, and community re-entry needs of residents with brain and other neurological injuries. In addition to traditional physical, occupational and vocational therapy and speech-language pathology, our 26-acre campus offers a variety of unique therapeutic activities from fishing to horticulture. Nexus Specialty Hospital in Shenandoah, Texas and The Woodlands, Texas offers a place for individuals who have been discharged from the hospital, but still needs specific care delivered by a medical team. Offering two locations just minutes apart, our family-oriented settings provide the critical care our patients need while beginning to treat impairments caused by acquired and traumatic brain injury or other illness or disease. Whether our patients need an ICU or ICU step-down setting, require ventilator support, IV drips, or telemetry monitoring, Nexus Specialty Hospital provides varying degrees of medical and rehabilitative care for adults. Nexus Children's Hospital (formerly HealthBridge Children's Hospital) in Houston, Texas is a pediatric specialty hospital which opened in 1999. Its focus is the provision of step-down ICU and rehabilitative care to technologically dependent medically fragile children from birth to age 21. Nexus Children’s Hospital transitions all types of patients through the care they need, acting as the bridge between the acute hospital and home. Nexus Children's Hospital (formerly HealthBridge Children's Hospital) in Orange, California was established in 2000 as a pediatric facility licensed as an acute care pediatric hospital to accommodate both acute care pediatric needs and long-term sub-acute care. Nexus is reshaping the standards of neurorehabilitation by concentrating on the person as a whole as we focus on mending minds.
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