Hospital care in the heart of Denver! Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center (P/SL) provides state-of-the-art, complex medical care in the heart of Denver's Uptown neighborhood.
Our hospital and emergency room treat patients from all over the Rocky Mountain region.
We offer a range of services, including pediatric, high risk pregnancy, heart care and weight loss solutions.
Our full-service facility also offers a Cancer Center distinguished by the Commission on Cancer as a Center of Excellence, with the largest Bone Marrow Transplant Center in the Rocky Mountain region.
P/SL holds centers of excellence designations in neonatal intensive care, spine and joint care and bariatric surgery as well as stroke certification and level IV trauma.
This position supports the mission of Presbyterian/St Luke's Medical Center of optimizing the quality of life of all those served by expanding beyond the traditional focus on medical needs to the needs of the whole person. Works as a team member to assist the physician in performing the invasive cardiac procedures.
Duties include scrubbing, monitoring and X-Ray operation.
Performs ancillary duties related to the job such as QC, inventory and stocking as assigned by the supervisor.
Provides all customers with the service/tests needed in a safe, friendly and efficient manner.
The Cardiovascular Technologist's aim is to provide quality health care in the area of coronary angiography and cardiac or other vascular procedures as required by the Cardiovascular Department.
When need arises, will perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center expects our twelve core values to be reflected in the way every employee interacts with co-workers, patients and family members, and with others in the community. The intent of these values is to assure that P/SLMC creates the environment where individuals choose to work, and that patient care services are of the highest quality.
National registry in Cardiovascular Technology (CCI) or Radiology Technology (AART) and in good standing. RCIS required within 1 year. BLS required. ACLS and PALS within one year of hire.
Associates degree in a health sciences field preferred. Completed an accredited CV training program or Radiologic training program.
Two years experience on the job or graduate from associates degree program in radiology or cardiovascular technology. Both require certification within one year of hire.
Skills commensurate with formal training or on the job training such as operation of all cardiovascular lab equipment and instrumentation, scrub and monitor to include emergent procedures. Displays good communication and organizational skills. Adheres to departmental safety and quality controls. Must have a good working knowledge of radiographic, hemodynamic monitoring, recording equipment and/or devices relative to cardiovascular procedures as determined by the Director. Must have basic keyboard and computer skills.
Degree of supervision required:
Involves general guidance and direction by the Director of Cath Lab, Clinical Coordinator and Unit Manager. Employee will be expected to perform most job duties independently and in accordance with established departmental and hospital policies and procedures.
Ages of Patients Served:
This position requires knowledge of growth and developmental needs of patients and families. Personnel in this position must recognize and respond to the behaviors of patients and families in each age category. The employee must be able to demonstrate the special skills required to care for patients and their families according to standards. (The skills and knowledge needed to provide such care may be gained through education, training or experience.)