Kettering Medical Center Network Hamilton , OH 45011
Do you want to work with a team of highly engaged healthcare providers where you can make a direct impact on patient care for our community? If so, this Cardiac Technician position is for you!
Kettering Physician Network employs more than 400 providers, including physicians and advanced practice providers, throughout the Greater-Dayton and Cincinnati areas. Offering an extensive range of specialties and expertise, our physicians provide comprehensive care at more than 120 locations.
Responsibilities & Requirements
Under the supervision of the physician, assists in providing patient care cardiac technician responsibilities (e.g. coordinate the pacemaker/ICD clinic, assist in non-invasive testing, patient scanning and monitoring), and performs medical assistant duties (e.g. charting, vitals, preparing injections). May be requested to substitute for other office personnel and conduct responsibilities of front desk/check-out. Any other assigned duties by physician(s) or practice manager.
Completion of high school diploma or equivalent.
Basic knowledge of EKG interpretation required.
Must either have six months experience as a Medical Assistant, OR have graduated from an accredited MA or Medical Office Management program that meets nationally accepted standards.
Within one year from date of hire, continued employment will require Successful attainment and retention of CCMA, CMA (AAMA) or NCMA certification or RMA plus documented completion of a Medical Assisting program through an accredited institution of higher learning.
If employee's practice has a KPN issued AED, the employee is required to obtain and maintain current BLS certification.
Any other duties relating to the business operation of the medical practice that may be assigned by the physician(s) or practice office manager.
Previous experience in a medical environment to gain practical knowledge in the following areas is preferred: cardiac education, examination process, diagnostic and treatment room procedures, medical equipment and instruments, safety hazards and precautions, confidentiality/discretion.
Ability to communicate and relate well with office staff, ancillary departments and public, follow direction, accept orders and perform repetitive tasks, be patient, courteous and tactful.
Computer literate in use of word processing and email.