Kalispell

Interventional Technologist I - Cardiology

US-MT-Kalispell
Requisition ID
2017-3338
# of Openings
1
Category
Licensed (non-nursing)
Pay Period Status
80
Shift
Days
Schedule
M-F 4x10 hr shifts, plus call including rotating weekends and holidays

Overview

The Interventional Technologist will provide technical support for procedures in the Cardiac Cath Lab and Electrophysiology Lab.

Responsibilities

  1. *Performs/reviews patient history. Evaluates patient response to diagnostic or interventional maneuvers during procedures.
  2. *Provides patient care in interventional lab as directed by the physician. Assists with procedures performed by cardiologists and radiologists.
  3. *Operates and maintains per specifications and guidelines, all diagnostic and therapeutic equipment used for procedures.
  4. *Monitors patients during procedures.
  5. *Assists with maintenance of inventory for interventional labs.
  6. *Sets up procedures trays prior to procedure start. Participates/coordinates patient care and flow.
  7. *Demonstrates proper safety as appropriate to the area: this includes proper radiation safety for all who enter the room. Reports all malfunctioning equipment and or errors. Documents all safety related issues and outcomes.
  8. *Participates in developing and updating procedures and protocols.
  9. *Maintains accountability to technologist competency/quality control standards.
  10. *Actively continues education and stays abreast of current technology and trends in the interventional cardiology and electrophysiology fields.
  11. *Participates in on-call coverage for interventional labs.

Qualifications

  1. Graduate of an accredited school of Radiologic Technology.
  2. AART Certification in Radiology (R) required.
  3. Current X-Ray License required.
  4. BLS and ACLS required (ACLS-within 6 months of employment).
  5. Current Montana Radiologic Technology License (upon hire).
  6. Experience in Interventional Cardiology preferred.

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