Cardiovascular Technologist I -Cardiology Cath Job in San Antonio
CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital - Medical Center (CSRH-MC), located in the South Texas Medical Center, provides a high-level of care through compassionate hands, experience physicians, and advanced technology, including the da Vinci Surgical Robot System and the Mako™ Robotic-Arm Assisted System. Services at the 178- bed facility include Acute Care of the Elderly Unit, cardiology, diabetes care, emergency care, general surgery, kidney transplantation at the CHRISTUS Transplant Institute, orthopedics, outpatient rehabilitation and aquatic therapy, Senior Behavioral Health Center, urology, and the Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center.
This position is responsible for professional patient care and assisting the Cardiologist, Vascular Suregon and / or Radiologist in performing cardiac diagnostic, cardiac interventional and invasive radiology procedures of the cardiac, vascular and circulatory systems. This position utilizes the patient care process to ensure safe and competent quality patient care. The CVT I assists in all procedures performed in the invasive cardiology area and supports the medical care of all patients requiring any cardiac or peripheral catheterization and/or intervention under the direction of the Medical Staff pursuant to the Mission and objectives of the organization.
High school graduate or GED required.
Completion of an Allied health Cardiovascular program is preferred
Associates Degree in Allied Health preferred
Cardiac Cath Lab one (1) to three (3) years of current experience is preferred
Must have basic knowledge of Cardiac Anatomy and EKG rhythms
Must be eligible to obtain Registry as a Registered Cardiac Intervention Specialist (RCIS) and obtain certification within (30 months) of hire or re-hire date or transfer date.
BLS for Healthcare workers is required upon hire/re-hire/transfer
ACLS is required within 90 days of hire/re-hire/transfer into the department.
PALS is required within 90 days of hire/re-hire/transfer into the department, if pediatric patients are seen.