Records and manages the information of the electrical conduction of the heart muscle on an electrocardiogram recorder to assist the physician in the diagnosis of cardiac disease.
- Recognizes and reports abnormal changes in EKG recording.
- Removes Holter monitor recorders.
- Gathers data for pacemaker evaluation transmits.
- Immediately reports to station calling code or MRT, prepared with EKG equipmen
- Effectively manages EKGs within the Pyramis ECG management system.
- Correctly calibrates and adjusts electrocardiograph equipment.
- Recognizes artifact and takes appropriate steps to eliminate same.
- Performs proper lead placement.
- Obtains stat readings within one hour and disseminates to appropriate providers.
- Assists with orientation of new employees to department.
- High school diploma or equivalency required.
- Completion of EKG course preferred. Will consider candidates with relevant on-the-job experience in lieu of course.
- Previous or related experience preferred.
Licenses and Certifications:
- BLS required.
Required Knowledge and Skills:
Knowledge of medical terminology. Must be able to use computer and keyboard.
Works in a normal hospital environment with frequent exposure to sick or injured patients.
Daily potential for exposure to blood and/or body fluids.
Sitting – Occasionally
Standing/Walking – Frequently
Kneeling/Stooping – Rarely
Bending/Climbing – Rarely
Reaching above shoulder, at waist or below waist – Rarely
Lifting/Pushing or Pulling up to 40 pounds – Rarely
Lifting/Pushing or Pulling over 40 pounds – Rarely
Typing/Filing – Frequently
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
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