Cardiology Technician I - Cardiology York

York, PA | Physician Practices | Tracking Code: 69688

Schedule & Location

Full Time Day (80 hours every two weeks)

Apple Hill Medical Center 25 Monument Road York PA

Job Description

Under general supervision, performs pacemaker parameter testing, transtelephonic pacemaker analysis and event recorder monitoring, including the calculation of data and recognition of potential life threatening cardiac irregularities. Performs electrocardiograph and other related examinations for patients as directed according to established standards and practices.

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Performs and records transtelephonic pacemaker analysis and event monitor recordings. Performs device implant site checks. Removes sutures as necessary.
  2. Identifies type of pacemaker by manufacturer and mode (e.g., Medtronic, CPI, Pacesetter, Intermedics). Interrogates and verifies pacemaker thresholds. Identifies rhythms, pacing and generator status of device. Takes appropriate and immediate action when abnormal results are identified.
  3. Performs electrocardiograph examinations and others as ordered.
  4. Prepares and secures electrodes to ensure interpretable results; explains methods and procedure to patient; evaluates patient's total condition throughout the test.
  5. Records and calculates all necessary parameters and interprets EKG tracings for diagnostic purposes.
  6. Submits EKGs to physician for interpretation; types and files interpretations; types EKG reports into the computer.
  7. Schedules patient appointments within established parameters.
  8. Obtains patient history, answers patient questions, and explains procedures.
  9. Prepares written documentation as required by the profession and the department, such as evaluation results, individualized treatment plans, progress reports, and other such reports.
  10. Maintains records of examination data and other pertinent information on patients.
  11. Enters and/or retrieves data from established computer files using knowledge of various computer software applications.

 

 

Required Education / Experience

  • High School or GED
  • Basic EKG course for cardiac arrhythmias/rhythm recognition

 

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  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Life and accidental death insurance
  • Supplemental life insurance
  • Retirement savings plan
  • Paid time off (PTO)
  • PTO bridging
  • Short-term disability
  • Educational assistance
  • Forgivable loan
  • Flexible spending
  • Credit union
  • Employee recreational activities
  • Childcare
  • Complimentary medicine discounts

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