Allevio Pain Management
Over the last 6 years, Allevio has grown to be among North America’s largest and most respected names in pain management. Allevio improves the way the world manages pain through trust, kindness, and value-based healthcare. We design and manage products and services that are easy to work with and are a win-win for everyone involved. We bridge knowledge and practice gaps between other physician specialties, the law and medicine. We learn from what we practice, and we focus on sharing our insights with our community.With everything we do, Allevio believes the system improves when patients are treated as if they are family, when the team is treated as collaborative equals, and when there are positive examples from which the industry can learn. What we do today is help people, what we will do tomorrow is apply our learning to fight opioid abuse, bring dignity to a debilitating condition, and share our positivity with a whole and open heart. We’re just getting started and having a ton of fun doing it! Do you have what it takes to join us in designing and providing services that will meaningfully improve the lives of people?
240 Duncan Mill Road #101, North York, M3B 3S6
• Assist anesthesiologists in the administration of anesthesia for clinical procedures.
• Collect and document patients' pre-anesthetic health histories.
• Verify availability of clinic room supplies and medications.
• Pretest and calibrate patient monitors.
• Examine and maintain medical instruments or equipment to ensure proper operation.
• Control anesthesia levels during procedures. Adjust settings or positions of medical equipment.
• Assist healthcare practitioners and monitor patient conditions during examinations, treatments, procedures, or activities, including nerve blocks, spinal and other injections.
• Respond to emergency situations by providing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), basic cardiac life support (BLS), advanced cardiac life support (ACLS), or pediatric advanced life support (PALS).
• Monitor and document patients' progress during post-anesthesia period.
• Monitor patient progress or responses to treatments.
• Administer anesthetic, adjuvant, or accessory drugs under the direction of an anesthesiologist.
• Administer anesthetics or sedatives to control pain.
• Participate in seminars, workshops, or other professional activities to keep abreast of developments in anesthesiology. Maintain medical or professional knowledge.
• Perform other duties as assigned
• Graduate of a recognized Anesthesia Assistant Program
• Current certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS).
• Demonstrated skill in CPR techniques.
• Comprehensive knowledge of current anesthesia assistant theory and practice within a client/patient centered model for care.
• Broad knowledge of the CAS clinical practice guidelines for Anesthesia Assistants.
• Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
• Demonstrated ability to communicate with and deal effectively with patients and their families, coworkers, physicians, other health care staff and staff of outside agencies.
• Demonstrated ability to work independently and in collaboration with others as a member of the interdisciplinary team.
• Demonstrated ability to establish workload priorities in collaboration with others.
• Demonstrated skill in the use of medical equipment and supplies appropriate to the clinical area
240 Duncan Mill Road #101