Texas Health

Scrub Tech

Regular Full-Time
Regular Work Hours
Days 10:30am-7pm


Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southlake is a hospital where employees want to work, physicians want to practice medicine and patients receive exceptional health care. We are passionate about operational and service excellence. Do you have what it takes to part of the Texas Health Southlake team? Recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Healthcare and as one of The Best Companies to Work for in Texas, Texas Health Southlake has an exciting opportunity. We are looking for an Experienced Scrub Tech to add to our Team.


We are looking for an Experienced Scrub Tech to add to our Surgical team. Job Description: Assists in providing care to patients during intra-operative phase, functioning primarily in the scrub role and assisting in the circulating role. Responsible for aseptic technique in preparation of supplies and equipment. Expertise in safety principles, sterile technique and universal precautions. Applies and shares knowledge with others. Perform all scrub technologist functions for all cases done in surgery. Candidates must posses the ability to prioritize and have excellent organizational skills with attention to detail, and the ability to work effectively in stressful situations. Our team member's strives to maintain a steady level of productivity. You will need to be a Motivated, Positive, Flexible, Compatible, Supportive & a Team Player. In addition, the Scrub Tech will provide a patient care environment that promotes and supports the Hospitals' CHOICE values.


  • High School Graduate or equivalent
  • Graduate of an accredited training program
  • Minimum 1 year surgical experience in ortho or spine preferred
  • Current BLS certification from American Heart Association
  • Good interpersonal, teamwork and PC skills
  • Must be willing to take call
  • Certified Surgical Technologist required



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