HCA North Florida

In communities across North Florida, more than 13,000 of your neighbors, friends and colleagues are committed to building a Healthy Community – a community with dedicated neighborhood groups, active little leagues, charities helping those in need, first class institutions that contribute to the overall well-being of the community, and businesses committed to making the communities they serve a better place. We are the 14 hospitals in North Florida and Central Florida affiliated with HCA and their more than 14,000 employees, committed to a Healthy Community.

HCA North Florida
Oct 01, 2019
Full time
North Florida Regional Healthcare is an organization centered around the community hospital in Gainesville, Florida — North Florida Regional Medical Center (NFRMC). NFRMC is a 432-bed, full-service medical and surgical acute care center serving North Central Florida and offering comprehensive cardiovascular care, oncology, orthopedics, neurosciences, minimally-invasive laparoscopic and robotic surgery, weight loss surgery and treatment, senior care, women's health and wound therapy, among other services. Your benefits include: 401k Paid Time Off Medical, dental, flex spending, life, disability benefits Tuition reimbursement Employee discount program Employee stock purchase program Student loan repayment  Position Summary:   Serves in the capacity of the cardiovascular tech; assisting inpatient care through procedures.  Additionally is directly involved in assisting with EP procedures and the development of protocols. Cross trains cath lab staff to EP procedures to achieve a level of comfort in working with the new procedures and meet developed competencies that are developed. Regulates the equipment used to archive X-ray images. Responsible for recognizing all pressure forms and hemodynamic parameters recorded. Utilizes supplies and equipment with efficiency. Asses the physiological and psychological needs of each patient that is admitted to the CVL holding area. Documents all appropriate information in complete, concise, neat, and accurate manner. Responsible for acting as a preceptor. Shows evidence of preparedness for specific invasive procedures. Confirms current supplies prior to opening to prevent waste. Aware of the patient's allergies prior to the selection of local anesthesia, prep, and contrast agent. Drapes patient appropriately maintaining sterility of entry site and field. Adheres to radiation protection measures reflected by low badge readings. Informs the patient prior to draping or any patient contact. Effectively achieves hemostasis causing minimum discomfort and bleeding. Notifies the nursing floor of transport prior to leaving CVL. Signs patient in and out from floors per hospital policy. Accurately relays all pertinent patient and case information to the receiving nurse. Operates equipment while performing a variety of procedures.   Responds to call back within 30 minutes