RRT / RPSGT / RST

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RRT / RPSGT / RST

Postby jricerrtrpsgtrst » Thu Jul 26, 2012 3:28 pm

I am currently an RRT, RPSGT, RST and clinical coordinator of a 5 bed lab and a 2 bed satellite lab. We are accredited by the AASM and I score 95% of the studies, manage the technicians, run day studies, order supplies, train technicians/technologists, make the schedule for the techs and help with scheduling patients. With over 8 years as an RRT and 6 as an RPSGT, I may be looking to relocate within the next 1-3 years. Any areas I should really look into for the best pay? I have an Associate's of Applied Technology in Respiratory and I am currently working on my Bachelor's in Healthcare Administration.
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Postby Mairi2 » Thu Jul 26, 2012 3:39 pm

Don't forget to compare cost of living with salary - i.e. San Francisco may have a high rate of pay, but it's one of the more expensive places to live. Salary isn't everything! And benefits can add a lot to the package.
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