Company :Allegheny Health Network
Job Description :
This individual will assist in the performance of diagnostic and interventional cardiac, peripheral, and EP procedures. As an effective team member, the individual works directly with the physician, nurse and other team members to provide safe, quality, cost effective, professional patient care services to obtain expected outcomes.
- Integrates knowledge of cardiovascular and peripheral vascular physiology, pathophysiology, and procedural techniques being performed, and assists accordingly. (45%)
- Maintains expertise in current radiographic imagery techniques as they relate to invasive cardiac and peripheral procedures. (15%)
- Operates laboratory equipment; troubleshoots equipment malfunctions and contacts proper support personnel. (15%)
- Assists in monitoring the effects of procedural activities by identifying adverse reactions/conditions and properly responding. (15%)
- Completes all required documentation for procedures e.g. regulatory, billing protocols and image storage and archival. (10%)
- Radiography Certification and Registration with The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) within 6 months of hire
- BLS Certification
- ACLS Certification
- 1 year in a Cath Lab, Interventional Radiology or Radiology
- Associate Degree.
- 1 year experience in OR or EP
- Current registration with Cardiovascular Credentialing International as a Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist.
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