An Electrophysiology EP Technologist focuses on planning and providing care for patients undergoing diagnostic Electrophysiology studies Radiofrequency ablations pacemaker and pacing cardiodefibrillator implants and other procedures involving the cardiac electrical and vascular systems. Incumbents in this position assist physicians by performing a plan of care following the standards of nursing care O.R. sterile technique and radiographic imaging techniques.
An EP Specialist must also demonstrate a good working knowledge of cardiac anatomy electrophysiology electrophysiological testing and interventional principles. An EP Specialist must maintain moderate to advanced operating and troubleshooting skills on all equipment utilized in the EP Lab.
This position is multi-campus with rotations at SLH and SLE.
Less than 1 year
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
American Heart Association or Red Cross, Basic Life Support
American Heart Association or Red Cross
Day (United States of America)
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