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The Cardiac Technician performs a variety of
electro-neurodiagnostic and non-invasive
electro-cardiographic procedures. At Pali Momi Medical
Center, the mission is to improve and advocate for the
health and well-being of our neighbors on Oahu. Pali
Momi is located in the suburbs of Honolulu, is a 116-bed
acute care, community-based hospital that offers the
residents of the West Oahu community quality medical
care delivered with a unique personal touch. They
provide the only cardiac catheterization program in West
Oahu and the state’s only Retina Center. The vision at
Pali Momi is to lead our community to a lifetime of
wellness through sate-of-the-art medical care and
excellent service. The only diagnostic and
interventional cardiac catheterization program in West
O‘ahu. Pali Momi has been nationally recognized in the
US News and World Report in it’s “Best Hospitals in
America” edition for excellence in the treatment of
coronary artery disease.
Hawai‘i Pacific Health is Hawai‘i’s largest health care
system including a network of four hospitals, 44
outpatient clinics & service sites, and over 1,300
dedicated physicians across the state. We are 5,400+
caring employees strongly committed to health care
excellence. Our facilities include: Kapi‘olani Medical
Center for Women and Children, Pali Momi Medical Center,
Straub Clinic & Hospital and Wilcox Memorial Hospital.
Minimum Qualifications: One to two years of college or
an equivalent combination of education, training, and/or
experience. Current BLS/HCP card.
Preferred: One year of EEG or EKG clinical experience
preferred. National certification in
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and does not unlawfully discriminate against any
applicant on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or
any other class protected by federal or state law.
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