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Submitter First: Jahala
Submitter Last: Williams
Submitter Phone: (417) 347-3660
Submitter Email: JJWilliams@freemanhealth.com

Job Title: Special Procedure Technologist (PRN – On call requ
Employer Title: Freeman Health System
RCIS Required: True Suggested: false

Location: Joplin,MO USA
Medical Field: Invasive CVT/El
How To Apply: Contact Jahala Williams JJWilliams@freemanhealth.com
Description: Department: OR – CV Job Summary In conjunction with the medical plan of care and under the direct supervision of the physician, independently performs appropriate diagnostic, therapeutic, and interventional procedures as indicated. Requirements Currently registered as a Radiological Tech (RT) through ARRT, Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS), or registered as a Cardiovascular Tech (CVT).


Submitter First: Andrea
Submitter Last: Oldendorf
Submitter Phone: 615-686-7240
Submitter Email: Andrea.Oldendorf@HCAHealthcare.com

Job Title: Cardiac Cath Lab Technologist
Employer Title: Medical City Las Colinas
RCIS Required: True Suggested: false

Location: Irving (Dallas/Fort Worth),TX USA
Medical Field: Invasive CVT/El
How To Apply: http://medicalcitylascolinas.com/careers/jobs/cardiac-cath-lab-technician-irving-texas-06742-99443
Description: *** Prior Cath Lab Experience Preferred, But May Be Able To Train *** Medical City Las Colinas, built in 1997, is a 100 bed full service, acute-care facility offering a wide range of services to the community and families we serve. We take pride in offering customer conveniences and state-of-the-art technology to exceed your expectations by providing an aesthetically pleasing environment and amenities. We set the standard for what you and your family should expect when visiting a hospital. In addition to our exceptional care and facilities, Medical City Las Colinas is fortunate to partner with over 400 highly trained physicians who practice on our campus. Many of these physicians are located in one of the three medical office buildings located directly on campus or in offices nearby. Cardiac Cath Lab Technologist Job Summary: • Prepares and assists in cardiac catheterizations, as well as vascular diagnostic and interventional procedures (including various radiology procedures). • Performs emergency procedures associated with catheterization procedure – to include but not limited to IAB and temporary pacer insertion. • Follows established standards and practices under the direction of a credentialed invasive cardiologist, or credentialed invasive radiologist. • Participates in CV CQI. Cardiac Cath Lab Technologist Job Requirements: • ARRT or RCIS • BLS-CPR Required • ACLS within 90 days • Prior cath lab experience preferred but not required


Submitter First: Human
Submitter Last: Resources
Submitter Phone: 631-676-3749
Submitter Email: info@heartsmartinc.com

Job Title: Cardiac Monitor EKG Analyst
Employer Title: Employer:Heart Line Diagnostics, LLC
CCT Required: True Suggested: false
CRAT Required: True Suggested: false

Location: Long Island,NY USA
Medical Field: ECG/Stress/Holt
How To Apply: Applicant should email resume to info@heartsmartinc.com
Description: The analyst will monitor and interpret EKG tracings transmitted by our wireless remote cardiac devices. You will monitor EKG data, assess and interpret EKG monitor strips. Patient and physician telephone communications. Create reports through our software platform. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. TECHNICIAN QUALIFICATIONS Minimum 3 years related experience. Must have CCI Certification of a Certified Cardiac Technician (CCT) or Certified Rhythm Analysis Technician (CRAT).


Submitter First: Andrea
Submitter Last: Oldendorf
Submitter Phone: 615-686-7240
Submitter Email: Andrea.Oldendorf@HCAHealthcare.com

Job Title: Cardiac Cath Lab Technologist
Employer Title: Medical City Alliance

Location: Fort Worth,TX USA
Medical Field: Invasive CVT/El
How To Apply: http://medicalcityalliance.com/careers/jobs/cardiac-cath-lab-technician-fort-worth-texas-25121-101644
Description: Medical City Alliance is a full-service, 75-bed, acute care facility serving the communities of Fort Worth, Keller, Roanoke, Haslet, Saginaw and surrounding communities in northern Tarrant county and southern Denton county. The hospital offers a variety of services, specializing in women’s, cardiology, robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery, and emergency care. Medical City Alliance is a “green” facility, silver LEED certified for environmental and energy efficiency. The Cardiac Cath Lab Tech: • assists with all diagnostic and interventional procedures in the Cath and special Labs as scrubber, monitor or panner • operates radiographic equipment • assists with education of radiation safety principles and guidelines • prepares patients for examination & transports patients • documents appropriate information • responds appropriately in a "code" situation • assists with performance improvement Education/Skills: Associate’s or vocational degree required. Experience: Previous Cath Lab experience preferred Licenses, Registrations and/or Certifications: Current ARRT with TDH license and/or RCIS registry; BCLS required; ACLS and EKG certification within 90 days of hire. Contact: Andrea Oldendorf, Recruitment Specialist andrea.oldendorf@hcahealthcare.com


Submitter First: Scott
Submitter Last: Magliocco
Submitter Phone: 321-473-1790
Submitter Email: Scott.Magliocco@health-first.org

Job Title: Cardiac Device Technician
Employer Title: Health First

Location: Viera,FL USA
Medical Field: ECG/Stress/Holt
How To Apply: Apply at https://www.careers.hf.org/ and apply to job ID number 035122
Description: Join the Health First Medical Group, the largest multi-specialty physician group on Florida’s space coast! Apply at https://www.careers.hf.org/ and apply to job ID number 035122. To be fully engaged in providing Quality/No Harm, Customer Experience, and Stewardship by delivering superior direct and indirect care of patients with cardiac pacemakers and automatic internal cardiac defibrillator systems, in accordance with the department process. This technician will collaborate with the multiple health care disciplines in order to provide quality and continuity of care. Primary Responsibilities: ? Evaluates, manages and provides support in the delivery of quality clinical care of patients with cardiac pacemakers and automatic internal cardiac defibrillator systems. Demonstrates knowledge of devices, the effects of devices and utilizes critical thinking skills. Very specialized in health care procedures and how electrical medical devices function. ? Performs an independent daily review of remote transmission of the devices implanted within patients. Correlates information with the clinical condition of patients to assist in the management of arrhythmias. ? Responsible for performing interrogations and necessary reprogramming of devices in patients who are scheduled in the office setting, including urgent walk-in appointments, according to type of device, insurance restrictions and patient needs. ? Able to interpret arrhythmias, troubleshoot and reprogram settings of pacemaker/defibrillator according to patient’s needs and department protocols under the Physician’s supervision. ? Responsible for contacting patients in regards to any company recalls thus requiring closer and more frequent monitoring and taking appropriate measures for any further changes in the device that may be required. ? Is knowledgeable of assisting with job duties of all personnel in the department. ? Consistently encourages questions from patients and their families and offers guidance that fosters compliance. Provides patient education on all aspects of heart pacing. ? Performs trans telephonic checks on pacemaker patients requiring this mode of follow up due to age/type of pacemaker in between office follow up visits to check basic function and generator battery life status. Provides these reports to physicians. ? Schedules all trans telephonic checks via EMR system and notifies patients. ? Maintains the computer programmers for patient interrogations ? Work with the patient to ensure that all clinical and remote device check data reports are completed and entered into the device data base ? Reports abnormal findings, patient complaints, or concerns, to the provider and/or practice manager. ? Assures the accuracy and completeness of messages. Triages and prioritizes messages, communicating information to providers/patients in a timely manner. Demonstrates triage skills pertinent to determining normal and abnormal conditions. Reviews information regarding the patient’s device, health history, medications and all information pertaining to the patient’s heart failure status. ? Evaluates and triages pacemaker and defibrillator reports, both routine and those sent with alerts. Completes reports for physician review and interpretation. Requires familiarity with reports and data bases for all pacemaker and defibrillator companies ? Communicates effectively with internal and external customers, transfers calls when appropriate, staying on the line and announcing where and why call was transferred. ? Explains procedures and test results using language appropriate to patient's level of understanding. ? Serves as an advocate and liaison between patients, staff, providers and external customers by sharing necessary information to ensure continuity of care. Collaborates with other professional disciplines to ensure effective, efficient and safe patient care, for example, physiologists, Cardiologists, Surgeons, Cardiac Nurses and Device Nurses and device staff in other clinics. ? Provides consistent and accurate documentation of patient information, care and concerns in the EMR according to the guidelines provided in the Documentation Policy and as otherwise instructed. ? Completes and submits all charges generated for device interrogations and remote checks services provided in the device clinic ? Consistently completes vouchers, referrals and requisitions with all appropriate information including medical record number and services codes or using EMR. ? Completes all patient documentation within two full clinic business days after care and/or services have been provided according to the Missing Documentation policy guidelines. ? Documents and alerts manager of any related problems ? Provide superior customer service focused on professional and effective communication with patients and co-workers. ? Engage patients who have been waiting past their appointment time notifying the patients of any delays. ? Understand the impact of actions, attitudes, and the patient’s perception as it relates to overall customer satisfaction and be self-aware of how your role affects the customer’s experience. ? Provide coverage in other areas as needed with a positive attitude. ? Direct patients to appropriate staff for non- registration related questions. ? Manage up providers and staff to all patients and staff from other departments, applying AIDET standards. ? Utilize supplies/equipment with care in a safe, proficient and cost effective manner. ? Ensure computer data is appropriately entered for each procedure, – charged completely and appropriately for all procedure(s) performed and supplies used. ? Demonstrate effective time management skills ? Maintain flexibility, adapt to changes in workflow processes and the needs of the Health First organization based upon fluctuations in patient volume. Qualifications Required: • High School Diploma or GED • Cardiac Device Technician certification from a recognized device training school or Certified Cardiac Technician (CCT) or/and Certified Rhythm Analysis Technician (CRAT) • Telemetry and arrhythmia interpretation experience preferred • Excellent communication skills • Proficient computer skills


Submitter First: Catherine
Submitter Last: Rodriguez
Submitter Phone: (212) 305-7693
Submitter Email: car9111@nyp.org

Job Title: Electrophysiology Technician
Employer Title: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
RCES Required: True Suggested: false
RCIS Required: True Suggested: false

Location: New York,NY USA
Medical Field: Invasive CVT/El
How To Apply: https://nyp.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/nypcareers/job/NYPWeill-Cornell-Medical-Center/Technician-Electrophysiology---EP-Lab_00743159
Description: Step into NewYork-Presbyterian, and thrive in a dynamic, high-volume environment that’s shaping the future of cardiac care and caring. As one of the nation’s best hospitals for Cardiology & Heart Surgery (U.S.News & World Report), we perform over 7,500 modern, life-changing procedures each year, while working with the latest in technology. And with three new electrophysiology (EP) labs, a new cath lab reporting system, and the construction of new facilities, we’re poised to deliver health and healing on a higher, more inspiring level. Find out how you can help Make It Possible. Join a new team of EP Techs, responsible for assisting physicians with the setup, operation, and maintenance of equipment used for diagnostic and interventional procedures. Prepare patients for procedures while providing instruction to them and their families as needed. Serve as an educational resource for staff. Regularly evaluate lab technology, and recommend improvements while building on our extraordinary patient satisfaction scores. Preferred Criteria 1 year experience as an Electrophysiology Technician in a hospital environment Required Criteria RCES Credential or RCIS Certification within 12 months of hire BCLS and ACLS Certifications within 3 months of hire High School Diploma/GED Completion of accredited program in cardiac electrophysiology, cardiovascular technology or equivalent education and experience Demonstrated experience in EP Lab devices and equipment Knowledge of hemodynamics and cardiovascular anatomy and physiology


Submitter First: Catherine
Submitter Last: Rodriguez
Submitter Phone: (212) 305-7693
Submitter Email: car9111@nyp.org

Job Title: Angioplasty Specialist
Employer Title: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
RCIS Required: True Suggested: false

Location: New York ,New York USA
Medical Field: Invasive CVT/El
How To Apply: https://nyp.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/nypcareers/job/NYPWeill-Cornell-Medical-Center/Angioplasty-Specialist---Days_00733637
Description: Feel the Pulse of Amazing Things: Heart Services Make It Possible Angioplasty Specialist - Cardiac Catherization - Days NewYork-Presbyterian is a shining example of premier, personalized care. It's where foremost medical minds make time to know patients - and each other. It's a leading institution, with a heart for the community. Now, you can help Make It Possible. Bring your passion and professionalism to the center ranked #3 in the nation for Cardiology and Heart Surgery. Assist Cardiac Catherization Physicians in all phases of invasive and interventional cardiology procedures. Collect patient data, assist in patient preparation, evaluate patients for emergency situations, and review diagnostic and interventional angiograms post-procedure. Play a vital role in world-renowned care, using the newest paradigms and best practices in heart care. Preferred Criteria Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS) registration Required Criteria High School Diploma/GED At least 3 years experience applicable to the specialty At least 1 year experience scrubbing into cardiac cath lab procedures Knowledge of Interventional Cardiology, Hemodynamic Monitoring, Cardiovascular Anatomy and Physiology


Submitter First: Joanna
Submitter Last: Fink
Submitter Phone: 7032052166
Submitter Email: careers@inova.org

Job Title: Sonographer, Non Invasive Vascular
Employer Title: Inova Health System
RCS Required: True Suggested: false
RVS Required: True Suggested: false

Location: Leesburg,Virginia United States
Medical Field: Cardiac/Vascula
How To Apply: www.inovacareers.org
Description: The Inova Heart & Vascular Institute – Schaufeld Family Heart Center is the hub for advanced cardiovascular care in Loudoun County, VA. Our 15,000 square-foot facility is located on the Lansdowne Campus of Inova Loudoun Hospital and cares for more than 10,000 cardiovascular patients annually. We are your trusted source in diagnosing, treating, and managing a wide spectrum of heart and vascular conditions. Our full spectrum of care includes invasive and non-invasive cardiac services, interventional radiology, vascular ultrasound and clinics for vascular disease. Job Description: Provides clinical services according to specialized ultrasound practice standards and acts as a resources to students, nurses, fellows and other technologists, to ensure optimal department functions. Administers sound patient care practices according to hospital and department policies and procedures, to ensure the safety of the patients. Demonstrates safety for patients, staff and self as outlined in department protocols and regulatory guidelines, to ensure the safety of patients and staff. Maintains equipment, exam rooms and work areas in a neat and safe condition, to ensure the safety of the patients and employees. Completes ancillary tasks to ensure efficient and consistent departmental operations. Requirements: - One year experience in a hospital/healthcare environment in the performance of Specialized Diagnostic Medical Sonography. - Graduate of accredited school/program of diagnostic medical sonography or five years specialized training in a hospital/healthcare setting. - ARDMS, CCI or ARRT registered. Must have RVT/RVS/VS with specialty in Vascular or Neurosonology; or RDCS/RCS with a specialty in Adult Echo, Fetal Echo or Pediatric Echo; or RDMS/ARRT with at least two sonographer specialties (ie: OB/GYN, Breast, AB); BLS - Effective interpersonal skills, ability to multi task and make clinical decisions to facilitate patient care. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and spreadsheets as needed to facilitate clinical care as well as EMR and PACS trouble shooting as required. Capability to perform on-call, shift, holiday, and weekends when required. Highly preferred :Candidate should be credentialed RCs or RDCS with at least 3 years of experience in the field. Must be able to function independently performing adult acute echo: TEE, 3D Strain, and standard TTE protocols. EEO: M/F/Vets/Disabled To Apply: Visit www.inovacareers.org and search job title Sonographer to view our current openings.


Submitter First: Joanna
Submitter Last: Fink
Submitter Phone: 7032052166
Submitter Email: careers@inova.org

Job Title: Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist
Employer Title: Inova Health System
RCES Required: True Suggested: false
RCIS Required: True Suggested: false

Location: Falls Church,Virginia United States
Medical Field: Invasive CVT/El
How To Apply: www.inovacareers.org
Description: The Inova Heart and Vascular Institute Electrophysiology labs performed approximately 2700 procedures in 2016 making use of 11 procedural rooms, 4 of which are dedicated to Electrophysiology procedures. There is also one hybrid OR and a 40 bed admission and recovery unit. The Interventional Electrophysiology suites are equipped with state-of–the-art digital imaging equipment and hemodynamic monitoring systems. We are hiring Cardiovascular Invasive Specialists for multiple shifts and schedules. Our technologists are essential partners in our team and provide diagnostic and therapeutic extensions of care on a daily basis. Inova Fairfax offers the technologists an opportunity to expand their expertise and skill sets. This includes the diagnosis and intervention on a wide variety of complex arrhythmias (including multifaceted a-fib treatment), and a variety of procedures including epicardial ablations, leadless device implants, laser lead extractions, and Watchman devices. The labs make use of the latest Cryoballoon, ablation and 3D mapping technologies. The department is also leading the way in multiple research studies. Clinical Practice and Case Management: Provides safe and therapeutic care in a holistic and caring way. Incorporates differences into the provision of care. Integrates knowledge, skill and experiences to meet the needs of the patient. Technical Expertise: Assists the physician with diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in the cath lab with the preparation of the sterile field, selection and preparation of instruments and supplies, manipulation of cardiac catheters, guidewires etc. and injection of contrast media and other medication as directed by the physician. Teamwork: Communicates effectively and works cooperatively with others. Has respect for and understanding of other clinical disciplines. Uses an integrated approach toward patient outcomes. Quality/best practice: Uses standards and guidelines for cost -effective care delivery. Incorporates data and information to continuously improve care and practice to enhance outcomes. Professional Development: Ensures improvement in practice settings by assuming responsibility for self development in life long learning. Provides direction and guidance to others regarding practice, serves as a resource, preceptor, and mentor. Leadership skillls demonstrated in decision making and problem solving. Requirements: - 1 to 3 years of experience in an interventional Cardiac Cath Lab or Electrophysiology Lab performing Cardio Invasive Specialist duties. - Experience in Electrophysiology is strongly preferred. - Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and /or Graduate of an accredited, school of Cardiovascular Technology or radiology Technology or equivalent education and experience. - RN or BS Degree with specialized training in an interventional Cardiac Cath Lab or Electrophysiology Lab preferred. - Registered in one of the following: RCIS, RCES , RTR VI, RTR CV; unless a graduate of an accredited school of nursing. - If don’t possess one of the above registries, must be licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia as a Registered Nurse. - RCES or CEPS is suggested within 1 year of hire. - BLS certification. - ACLS certification - PALS preferred. - Must be available for call on weekends, holidays and shift. - Verbal and written communication skills and computer skills required EEO: M/F/Vets/Disabled Apply Online: Visit www.inovacareers.org and search "Cardiovascular" to view our available positions.


Submitter First: Joanna
Submitter Last: Fink
Submitter Phone: 7032052166
Submitter Email: careers@inova.org

Job Title: Echo Vascular Tech
Employer Title: Inova Health System
RCS Required: True Suggested: false
RVS Required: True Suggested: false

Location: Alexandria,Virginia United States
Medical Field: Cardiac/Vascula
How To Apply: www.inovacareers.org
Description: At Inova Heart and Vascular Institute at Inova Alexandria Hospital, our heart specialists use advanced technologies to provide cardiac patients with services that include evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, education and rehabilitation. Our diagnostic and treatment capabilities include catheterization, electrophysiology, cardiovascular magnetic resonance and cardiac surgery. Inova Health System is hiring an experienced Echo Vascular Technician for Inova Alexandria Hospital. Job Description: Must be able to perform echocardiograms and vascular ultrasound procedures of the carotids, peripheral, and abdominal vessels to assist physicians in the diagnosis of disorders/deaseases affecting circulation in accordance with established practices and procedures. Produces two-dimensional ultrasonic recordings and Doppler flow analyses of heart and related structures, using ultrasound equipment, for use by physician in diagnosis of heart disease and study of heart. on call rotation required: Every 4th weekend, and 1 to 2 days during week. Must respond to call-in within 30 minutes of hospital. Requirements: - Minimum two years experience in an Echo/Vascular Laboratory. - Graduate of an accredited Ultrasound program or 5 years directly relevant on the job training. - ARDMS Registered with RDCS Certification or CCI Registered with RCS Certification for Echo. Must be ARDMS with RVT or CCI with the RVS Certification for Vascular or Registry eligible and must obtain within 2 years of hire. - BLS. - Must possess an excellent working knowledge of cardiac and pulmonary anatomy/pathology, the cardiac patient, and treatment of cardiac diseases. Working knowledge of vascular arterial anatomy for carotid and peripheral vasculature. Excellent communication skills. Good computer skills. Possess a strong work ethic and a high level of professionalism. EEO: M/F/Vets/Disabled To Apply: Visit www.inovacareers.org and apply to job ID 37503BR or search by title for additional openings.


Submitter First: Joanna
Submitter Last: Fink
Submitter Phone: 7032052166
Submitter Email: careers@inova.org

Job Title: Cardiac Diagnostics Sonographer
Employer Title: Inova Health System
RCS Required: True Suggested: false
RVS Required: True Suggested: false

Location: Falls Church,VA United States
Medical Field: Cardiac/Vascula
How To Apply: www.inovacareers.org
Description: Inova Heart and Vascular Institute's state-of-the-art flagship location on Inova Fairfax Medical Campus is one of the most complete, technologically-advanced medical and research centers in the United States. Inova is hiring Sonographers for the Cardiac Diagnostics department. A variety of shifts and schedules are available. Job Description:Provides clinical services according to specialized ultrasound practice standards and acts as a resources to students, nurses, fellows and other technologists, to ensure optimal department functions. Administers sound patient care practices according to hospital and department policies and procedures, to ensure the safety of the patients. Demonstrates safety for patients, staff and self as outlined in department protocols and regulatory guidelines, to ensure the safety of patients and staff. Maintains equipment, exam rooms and work areas in a neat and safe condition, to ensure the safety of the patients and employees. Completes ancillary tasks to ensure efficient and consistent departmental operations. Requirements: - One year experience in a hospital/healthcare environment in the performance of Specialized Diagnostic Medical Sonography. - Graduate of accredited school/program of diagnostic medical sonography or five years specialized training in a hospital/healthcare setting. - ARDMS, CCI or ARRT registered. Must have RVT/RVS/VS with specialty in Vascular or Neurosonology; or RDCS/RCS with a specialty in Adult Echo, Fetal Echo or Pediatric Echo; or RDMS/ARRT with at least two sonographer specialties (ie: OB/GYN, Breast, AB); BLS. - Effective interpersonal skills, ability to multi task and make clinical decisions to facilitate patient care. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and spreadsheets as needed to facilitate clinical care as well as EMR and PACS trouble shooting as required. Capability to perform on-call, shift, holiday, and weekends when required. EEO: M/F/Vets/Disabled To Apply: Visit www.inovacareers.org and search by title Sonographer to see our current openings.