Florida's best cardiovascular center is right here in Citrus County. With over a decade of experience in providing open-heart surgery, the Citrus Memorial Heart and Vascular Center has evolved into a regional powerhouse. In fact, Citrus Memorial's heart surgery program has been awarded the highest 3 Star Quality Rating for Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery from The Society of Thoracic Surgeons and was named among America's 50 Best Hospitals for Cardiac Surgery in 2015 by HealthGrades.
Simply put, we provide the area's best heart attack care. Our team provides an array of treatment options from cardiac catheterization and coronary intervention procedures with drug eluting stents to open blocked arteries that can cause heart attack. We provide pacemaker and defibrillator implants to help correct abnormal heart beats and use advanced peripheral vascular treatments such as renal and femoral artery stenting to help restore normal blood flow to affected areas throughout the body. And, we’re well known for being among the best in the nation for open heart surgery.
Celebrating more than a 50-year history of healing, Citrus Memorial Hospital is the leading provider of healthcare in Citrus County and the surrounding area. More than 150 physicians and 1,000 employees at the 198-bed acute care hospital offer a wide range of services including 24-hour emergency room care, heart and vascular surgery, orthopedic and spine surgery, and women’s services.
Position Overview: The Cardiovascular Tech (CV Tech) establishes, implements, evaluates and revises as appropriate, the Plan of Care, based upon continuous assessment and interpretation of biological, psychosocial and environmental data in order to meet the identified patient care / significant other's needs.
Assists the physicians with scrubbing and recording cardiac diagnostic and interventional procedures, peripheral diagnostic and interventional procedures, device implants, and TAVR procedures.
Demonstrates accuracy in documentation of all treatments, medications, IV therapies, and blood products. Utilizes a collaborative and interdisciplinary process to provide appropriate patient/family education, based on the plan of care and participates in a coordinated process of care, based on the patient's assessed needs, spanning the illness-to-wellness continuum.
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For more information, please contact Jennifer Sullivan at Jennifer.Sullivan3@hcahealthcare.com.