RANA, a leader in respiratory care, offers the unique opportunity to create sustainable change in a client's life. At the end of each work day, you'll go home knowing that you were instrumental in helping people breathe easier and get a good night's sleep.
RANA's leadership team truly believes our caring people are our competitive advantage.
Our employees are members of the RANA Care Core, a team who works fiercely to coordinate, deliver and provide life changing therapy and on-going care to our clients. They do it by living our values of Caring, Relationships, Quality, Accountability and Teamwork each and every day.
With over 100 employees in western Canada, RANA offers some of the most rewarding careers in health service. We show our appreciation and commitment to our employees by:
In 2016, RANA Respiratory Care Group was awarded the Canadian Businesses Excellence Award for Delighted Customers, Engaged Employees, and a Culture of Innovation. RANA's earned this prestigious award through their higher standard of quality care.
CSCs provide exceptional service over the phone to our clients. They are our clients' first point of contact with RANA and are instrumental in shaping a positive first impression. A typical day includes answering incoming calls, orienting clients to our services and process, booking appointments and performing administrative functions. They ensure our RANA Care Core team members have the information needed to provide high quality care.
Similar to a medical office assistant position, Clinical CSCs are located in our local offices and provide support and direction to clients. They are often our clients first in-person contact with RANA and are instrumental in building on the initial positive impression. Whether it is answering questions over the phone or assisting in-person at the reception area, Clinical CSCs make a client's experience effortless.
Clinic Liaisons meet with RANA's community partners, family doctors, respirologists, allied healthcare professionals and the general public to build strong relationships and provide education on the programs we offer. They also gather important feedback from these stakeholders that enables us to tailor and improve our processes and services.
Our Home Care Service Technicians provide prompt and reliable service for those requiring repair to sleep and oxygen medical equipment. They work in RANA's Morden, Manitoba office, where we operate our authorized Canadian service and warranty repair centre for respiratory equipment.
HOTs are the primary point of contact for RANA's home oxygen clients. They visit client homes to set up and maintain oxygen systems, as well as replenish portable oxygen supplies. HOTs are known to go above and beyond to show RANA's dedication to helping our client's live comfortably and confidently at home. Often, they become cherished members of our clients' support system.
RRTs are highly skilled healthcare professionals who evaluate, treat and maintain a client's cardiopulmonary function as part of the healthcare team. Our RRTs educate and equip RANA's clients with the tools they need for successful therapy, while monitoring to ensure effective treatment. RANA's RRTs find great satisfaction in developing long-term relationships with clients, something that is often not possible in hospital environments.
Our Communications, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, and Materials Management teams work behind the scenes, so the focus of our front-line RANA Care Core team remains on the client. They work relentlessly to continuously improve the knowledge, tools and processes of the entire RANA Care Core team. Our corporate teams are instrumental in RANA's ability to provide industry leading client service and care.
Current job postings for RANA Respiratory Care Group can be found on sites including:
For Registered Respiratory Therapists, we also post job openings on these sites: