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East Alabama Medical Center Opelika, AL, USA
Jan 18, 2020
Full time
East Alabama Medical Center (EAMC) in Opelika, AL is looking to fill 2 RN positions in the Cath Lab **$5,000 sign on bonus available**  For more than 30 years, EAMC has provided a full range of heart services to patients through East Alabama and West Georgia. Our Cardiovascular program continues to grow with the addition of EP in the Fall of 2018 and we will start a TAVR program within the next 12 months.  We provide cardiac support with the utilization of Impella, IABP, and ECMO.  We have a growing PE program where we utilize the Inari device and EKOS to care for these type patients.  We are working on becoming a referral center for PEs.  The heart program began in 1985 when Dr. John Mitchell performed the hospital’s first heart catheterization procedure. Two years later, in September 1987, Mr. Bobby Sizemore was the hospital’s first open-heart surgery patient.  Drs. David Cleveland and John Garrett performed the procedure on Sizemore, who was an EAMC Engineering employee and who installed some of the equipment in the cardiovascular operating room (CVOR). EAMC’s heart program has progressed over the years and earned several awards since its inception.   Job Summary: The Cardiac Cath Lab is where our cardiologists perform angioplasties, implants pacemakers and diagnoses cardiac conditions with an invasive catheterization procedure. As a Cath Lab nurse, a registered nurse assists the physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac conditions. Patient Assessment and Preparation: Registered Nurses who work in a Cardiac Catheter Laboratory assist physicians with patient assessments. Cardiac Cath Lab nurses prepare patients for catheterization, angioplasty, pacemaker implantation and cardiac procedures. Preparation of patients can include taking the patient's vital signs, oxygen levels and heart rhythm before the physician examines the patient. Registered Nurses ensure the patient’s chart and records are updated. A Cardiac Cath Lab nurse may begin an intravenous line while preparing patients for a catheterization or other cardiac procedures. Nurses help ease the patient's fear and answer questions regarding the cardiac procedure. Cath Lab nurses obtain patient consent for cardiac procedures. Assisting Physicians: The nurse closely monitors the patient's vital signs during the procedure. Patients may be awake during the procedure, which requires the Cardiac Cath Lab nurse to help keep them calm and reassured. Registered Nurses administer medication according to the physician’s instructions before, during and after cardiac procedures. In addition to scheduled procedures in the Cardiac Cath Lab, Registered Nurses must assist during emergencies and perform lifesaving procedures. After-Procedure Care: Patients recover from cardiac procedures in the recovery area of the Cath Lab. Cath Lab nurses monitor patients during their recovery in the Cardiac Cath Lab, monitoring the patient's vital signs, administering medications and updating the patient’s chart. During the recovery period, the Cath Lab nurse watches for signs of infection or side effects from the procedure. Nurses must be prepared to administer treatment if patients experience excessive bleeding, fever or other side effects from the cardiac procedure. Patient and Family Education: Registered nurses provide instructions and education to patients and their families before discharge from the Cardiac Cath Lab. Education and instruction can include information on medications, nutrition and care of a surgical site.
$6,496 - $9,294 monthly
UW Medicine University of Washington Medical Center, Northeast Pacific Street, Seattle, WA, USA
Jan 14, 2020
Full time
Join our growing EP program at University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC). Among the top dozen medical centers in the United States as rated by U.S. News & World Report, "America's Best Hospitals." UWMC prides itself on compassionate patient care, as well as its pioneering medical advances. UWMC is operated by the University of Washington (UW) and serves as a training site for UW’s School of Medicine. The University of Washington is proud to be one of the nation’s premier educational and research institutions. Our people are the most important asset in our pursuit of achieving excellence in education, research, and community service. Our staff not only enjoys outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty.  UWMC has an outstanding opportunity for a  CARDIOVASCULAR TECHNOLOGIST in the EP Lab, full-time (100%) .  Responsibilities include scrubbing, monitoring and circulating diagnostic and complex electrophysiology (EP) procedures. Case types include diagnostic EP studies, ablations (SVT, AVNRT, Afib, Aflutter, VT) and device implantations.  Responsibilities include: Instructs and prepares patients for cardiac procedures, including patching, prepping and draping. Selects appropriate equipment and supplies to use for procedure. Safely and correctly operates radiographic equipment; currently we have three room with both GE and Philips imaging. Collects hemodynamic data and maintains an accurate procedure log using a variety of equipment, including CardioLab and EPIC. Willing to learn to operate equipment, including CARTO, Precision, Cryo, MicroPace and others. Performs patient care in an environment that optimizes safety and patient comfort. Inputs patient charges, maintains accurate inventory and assists in the evaluation of new products. Participates in the education and competency training of other staff and fellows. Performs quality control testing on a variety of equipment. Signs up for EP Lab ‘late stay’ (there is no “Call” in the EP Lab) in accordance with department policy to ensure some predictability in completing the cases each day. Performs other related duties as assigned. This position provides opportunities  to work in a fast-paced, challenging, diverse and rewarding environment.  As an employee you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs.  For detailed information on Benefits for this position,  click here.
University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health
Jan 06, 2020
Full time
University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health offers excellent career opportunities in our progressive laboratories in two hospitals serving communities in Northern Maryland. We are recognized for our commitment to quality, and this reaches deeply into team member appreciation. This professional manages all activities and staff within the Cardiac Catheterization, Interventional Angiography Laboratories and Cardiovascular Prep & Recovery.  Will develop programs, plans and policies to meet patient, team member and management needs; oversee the operating budgets; ensure that training and staffing objectives are met; and coordinate patient flow so that daily routines run smoothly within the laboratories.
$27.00 - $43.00 hourly
Denver Health
Jan 03, 2020
Full time
Denver Health was founded as City Hospital in 1860 to serve the health care needs of the rapidly developing city of Denver. Since then, we have grown alongside the community to become a complete health care system, proudly providing care for all residents -- at every point in their lives. We believe healthy people are the foundation of a vibrant community, and Denver Health has been treating and healing the people of Denver for more than 150 years.   Today, Denver Health delivers preventative, primary and acute care services. We are committed to making our community a healthy place to live, work and raise a family. You’ll see that commitment in the programs we offer, through the care we provide and in our determination to achieve continuous improvement so our community always has the best care available.    As a comprehensive, integrated organization, we provide hospital and emergency care to the public, regardless of ability to pay. This integration promotes continuity of care for each patient and assures health care that is delivered in the most efficient, cost-effective setting.
Cleveland Clinic Cleveland, OH, USA
Jan 03, 2020
Full time
JOB SUMMARY: Provides regular professional nursing care to patients undergoing diagnostic or therapeutic services to hospitalized patients in a variety of healthcare settings.   RESPONSIBILITIES: Provides professional nursing care to patients undergoing diagnostic or therapeutic services to hospitalized patients in a variety of healthcare settings. Assesses patient; completes nursing assessment, documents findings in patient records and notifies physician of abnormal findings. Establishes a care plan in collaboration with the patient, family and health care team. Coordinates ongoing care. Identifies discharge needs and facilitates discharge planning as appropriate. Provides telephone triage and call rotations per department needs. Performs nursing procedures and treatments as directed by physician or LIP in the treatment and management of patient care. Evaluates, initiates and maintains standards of care consistent with CCHS policies and procedures. Assists with specialized patient care equipment as required by the clinical department and medical specialty assigned. Administers medications and treatments as ordered by a physician or LIP. Directs, coordinates and participates in the evaluation and supervision of nursing care provided to patients. Establishes patient care priorities and delegates nursing activities according to the patient needs and staff qualifications and capabilities. Serves as charge nurse when assigned to ensure efficient operations and continuity of care. Participates in education, research and performance improvement activities. Provides health education to patients and families. Develops, evaluates, adapts and documents education to meet learning needs and abilities of patients and families. Assists in the preparation of department specific education for patients and colleagues. Covers other nursing roles in the department. Maintains core competency in nursing (CPR, skills labs). Other duties as assigned.
MedStar Health
Jan 03, 2020
Full time
Cutting-edge Cardiovascular Services + YOU Now hiring for our Franklin Square Medical Center Cardiovascular Lab. We’re looking to hire an enthusiastic and skilled Cardiac Interventional Technologist to join our team and provide cutting-edge cardiovascular care to patients. Our ground-breaking Cardiovascular Lab is responsible for performing a variety of advanced procedures that push the envelope of what’s possible. Assist our Cardiac Interventionalist as part of an interdisciplinary team focused on safe patient care and quality patient outcomes.  Don’t miss out on this opportunity to impact the lives of our patients and your career. Visit  today and apply to be a part of our innovative team. EOE-M/F/D/V
Allina Health
Dec 18, 2019
Full time
Responsibilities Req ID: 56799 Assists the physician while scrubbing invasive diagnostic and interventional electrophysiologic procedures and monitoring patient hemodynamic and electrophysiologic status while collecting, interpreting and processing data from procedures Safely and effectively utilize a wide variety of electrophysiology equipment providing quality diagnostic data and interventional care Ensure a safe and positive experience for all patients in the Electrophysiology Lab Effectively assist physicians in the scrub role withall electrophysiology procedures Effectively function in the monitor/circulator role for all electrophysiology procedures



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