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CATH LAB - CARDIAC CATH LAB TECH - FT at McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center

CATH LAB - CARDIAC CATH LAB TECH - FT

McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center Springfield, OR (On Site) Full-Time
Hourly Base Rate: $39.08 - $59.07

Shift: Day

Shift Hours Per Week: 40 hours/week, 10-hour shifts plus call

Date Posted: 11/29/2021

Job Summary:

Under the supervision of interventional physician and department management team, performs all routine diagnostic, interventional and therapeutic angiographic or catheterization procedures. Assures equipment is functioning properly. Produces and evaluates data, information and images used by the physician in the performance of the procedure. Assists team members in all aspects of patient care, monitoring patients vital signs, interpreting status information and function in one or more of the following: monitor, scrub or circulating technologist. Educates patients, family members and Cath team. Processes results, archives images and stocks inventory with monthly outdates checked. Education/Licensing: Current American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) and Oregon State License. Current ACLS and BLS required upon hire.

Qualifications/Skills:

Previous general diagnostic / interventional vascular and cardiology preferred. Previous EP experience highly preferred. Must have the ability to work efficiently, responsibly and in a team-oriented atmosphere with multiple work demands. Must be able to respond appropriately in emergency situations that may arise in high risk procedures. Ability to perform essential job functions and job specific competencies. Knowledge of basic cardiac anatomy and physiology, cardiac pharmacology and basic ECG interpretation skills. Proficient in the operation, maintenance and trouble-shooting of all equipment in the interventional areas. Must possess strong interpersonal relations skills with a high sensibility to the needs of others, including the ability to communicate effectively with physicians, patients and their families, supervisors, peers, volunteers and other customers. Call as required.

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