Be a part of TEAM HCCA at Tulare’s Hospital!
HealthCare Conglomerate Associates (HCCA) is a performance driven organization dedicated to providing the highest level of service to our patients, our physicians, our teammates, and our community. HCCA's vision is to develop a high quality, affordable integrated delivery system focused on improving the wellness and health of the community. Our goal is to be recognized as the best integrated delivery system in the country by being the BEST place to work, practice and receive care.
Tulare’s Hospital’s commitment to providing greater access to medical care is demonstrated through its Healthcare Centers located in the surrounding communities of Lindsay and Earlimart, as well as right here in the city of Tulare. Its first-class Evolutions Fitness and Wellness Center epitomizing Tulare Hospital’s fresh approach to health and wellness.
To develop a best-in-class, performance-driven, integrated delivery systems focused on wellness and improving the health status of the community.
Provide high quality, lower cost integrated delivery system focused on wellness and improving the health status of the community. To be recognized as one of the best integrated delivery systems in the county.
HCCA is an equal opportunity employer.
The Surgical technicians, assist in surgical operations under the supervision of surgeons, registered nurses, or other surgical personnel. Surgical technicians are members of operating room teams, which most commonly include surgeons, anesthesiologists, and circulating nurses.
Before an operation, surgical technicians help prepare the operating room by setting up surgical instruments and equipment, maintaining a sterile field, sterile drapes, and sterile solutions. They apply and maintain sterile technique to all surgeries. They have a working knowledge of anatomy and physiology as applied to surgical procedures. They assemble both sterile and non-sterile equipment, as well as, check and adjust it to ensure that it is working properly.
During surgery technicians pass instruments an d other sterile supplies to surgeons and surgical assistants. They may hold retractors, cut sutures, and help count sponges, needles, supplies, and instruments. Surgical technicians help prepare, care for, and dispose of specimens taken fro laboratory analysis and help apply dressings.