Electrophysiology Tech I - ORMC Electrophysiology - Varies - Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC)
Asone of the largest tertiary facilities in the region, Orlando Regional MedicalCenter (ORMC) offers the most advanced care available for all your surgical,medical, rehabilitative and emergency care needs. In addition to a highlyqualified team of physicians, nurses and clinical staff, we offer the verylatest in technology and diagnostic imaging capabilities. ORMC is a home toCentral Florida's only Level One Trauma Center.
Performs diagnostic imaging and related procedures to demonstrate anatomy for interpretation and/or intervention for cardiovascular procedures.
The Electrophysiology Tech I is the entry level position for technical personnel in the EP Lab.
A graduate of an accredited school of:
Respiratory Care (RRT) or (CRT), or
Radiological Technology (RT), or
Cardiovascular Technology (CVT)
Maintain current BLS certification.
The following licensure or certification is required depending on the corresponding education above:
- CVT None required
- RRT-- Registered by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC). Licensed by the State of Florida (Department of Health). Renewed Bi-annually.
- CRT Certified by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC). Licensed by the State of Florida (Department of Health). Renewed Bi-annually.
- RT-- Valid Florida state license renewed every two years required. Valid American registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification. Renewed yearly.
- Works under the supervision of a preceptor and/or charge personnel.
- Delivers appropriate patient care and demonstrates competency while assessing patient conditions, age specific needs while ensuring successful completion of procedures and protocols.
- Ensure the patients understanding of procedure performed, provides patient and family education while ensuring the patients needs, safety and comfort are met while in the EP Lab.
- Demonstrates knowledge and use of Bloom stimulator and physician EP protocols.
- Acquires patients clinical history and assures that the information is accurately documented. Verifies report and records for completeness and accuracy of the patient involved in the study. Archives and amends demographic information to appropriate storage media.
- Positions patient, equipment, associated devices and manipulates technical factors to achieve high quality images and signals for interpretation.
- Assesses processed images for technical quality and patient identification, ensuring that all relative anatomy is demonstrated.
- Applies principals of radiation safety and protection to minimize exposure to the patient, self, and others.
- Provides physiological and hemodynamic monitoring during diagnostic and interventional procedures.