The electrocardiographic technician works collaboratively with health care providers to provide direct and indirect care to patients undergoing procedures in the Cardiac Non Invasive Services Department and throughout the hospital. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, performance of 12 lead electrocardiograms, holter and event monitor application and removal, stress testing, and cardiac rhythm analysis.
Completion of an ECG technician training course from a recognized technical/vocational school; OR
One year experience assisting with cardiac testing procedures in a physicians office, clinic, hospital, or similar setting; OR
An equivalent combination of training and experience and related courses
Effective utilization of oral and written communication skills with staff and the public
Fluency in oral and written English
Proficiency in computer skills including word processing and databases
Ability to prioritize and coordinate multiple tasks
Strong customer service skills
Proficiency in organizational skills, time management and creativity with scheduling patients
Ability to work independently and autonomously, self-motivated
Ability to report to work regularly, on time, and prepared
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation
Knowledge of cardiac noninvasive procedures
Proficiency in obtaining and analyzing 12 lead ECGs
Familiarity with electrocardiography and stress testing equipment
ECG technician certification
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