CV Arrhythmia Technician
Job Code: 2505
Performs diagnostic testing including electrocardiograms, cardiac stress testing, scanning Holter monitors, application of event/Holter monitors and functions as a part of a first response team. This position requires population specific competencies. Adheres to National Patient Safety Goals as appropriate based on the level of patient contact this position requires.
INTEGRIS Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All applicants will receive consideration regardless of membership in any protected status as defined by applicable state or federal law, including protected veteran or disability status.
The CV Arrhythmia Technician responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
* Performs Cardiac Stress Tests independently, recognizes dysrhythmias, performs accurate BP before, during and after TM.
* Connects patients to Holter Monitors and Event monitors, able to explain procedures to patients and families.
Reports to assigned Supervisor or Manager.
Required Physical Demands (Subject to Reasonable Accommodation):Keyboarding/Dexterity: Frequently; activity exists from 1/3 to 2/3 of the time
Standing/Walking: Frequently; activity exists from 1/3 to 2/3 of the time
Strength (Lift/Carry/Push/Pull): Medium (Exerting 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, or 10 to 25 pounds of force constantly to move objects)
Talking (Must be able to effectively communicate verbally): Yes
Color Acuity (Must be able to distinguish and identify colors): No
This position may have additional or varied physical demand and/or respiratory fit test requirements. Please consult the Physical Demands Project SharePoint site or contact Risk Management/Employee Health for additional information.
Frequent exposure to possibility of electrical shock by plugging/unplugging equipment in a wide range of situations and locations. Frequent exposure to infectious patients with a variety of diseases inclusive of: HIV, Hepatitis, Herpes, Tuberculosis, CMV, Upper Respiratory Infections, Blood Borne Pathogens and other infectious materials as defined by OSHA. Occasional exposure to blood and body fluids. Occasionally exposed to sight of blood, smell of burnt flesh, patient incontinence, patients on respirators, surgical patients. Exposed to constant interruptions in performance of office duties. Daily exposed to corrosive disinfectants when cleansing equipment for entry and exit of surgery or isolation areas. Occasionally required to work on very sick and uncooperative neonates and children. Required to work a variety of shifts. Required to wear universal safety protective clothing when required.
All applicants will receive consideration regardless of membership in any protected status as defined by applicable state or federal law, including protected veteran or disability status.
* Training in Dysrhythmia recognition within 90 days of employment
* CPR and introduction to code training and simulation to be obtained within 90 days after employment
* Previous computer experience preferred
* Must be able to communicate effectively in English
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