Research Medical Center
is one of Kansas City's premier acute-care hospitals serving not only residents of Kansas City but the 150-mile surrounding region. Positioned on 60 acres, the campus is home to the 511-bed hospital, medical buildings, Research College of Nursing, and Research School of Nuclear Medicine in addition to the Radiology School. Fully accredited by the Joint Commission, the highest national healthcare governing body, Research Medical Center provides a wide variety of services and specialties including a Cancer Center, Transplant Institute for kidney and pancreas transplants, Certified Stroke Center, and an award winning Cardiovascular Department.
Research Medical Center would like you to become a part of our growing professional team. This facility and its rich heritage continue to search for those individuals who wish to be a part of a strong tradition and great culture. Those who choose to work at Research Medical Center will enjoy the many experiences and opportunities they are afforded, as well as the teamwork and camaraderie that is promoted within. Research is known for its creative and innovative style of medical treatment. The nurses strive to provide excellent care. When you join this facility you must believe in providing the highest quality care.
Research Medical Center offers a full range of medical, life, dental, disability, and vision, benefits, a PTO plan, paid sick leave, an attractive retirement and savings plan comprised of an employer funded retirement program, matching 401(k) savings plan, as well as on-site child care. Live your dream…..join the Research team !!
Under general direction of the Cardiology Nurse Manager, the Cardiology Technician is responsible for assistance in the performance of exercising and pharmacologic stress testing, application, removal and scanning of Holter monitors and performing EKGs. The Cardiology Technician provides appropriate care to all patients including infants, adolescents and adults. The Cardiology Technician demonstrates a basic knowledge of cardiac arrhythmias and the cardiac disease process. Assists with transcription and distribution of confirmed EKGs, performs filming of reports and any other activity assigned by manager to assure the department runs efficiently.
Education: High school graduate or GED required. Prefer graduate of approved program for Cardiology Technician, BLS certification and successful completion of dysrhythmia course within 6 months of employment.
BCLS Certification required and maintained. EKG recognition course required within 6 months of employment. Effective interpersonal communication and team skills required. Basic computer knowledge preferred.
Experience: 1 year experience in related field preferred.
Equipment/Machine Skills: Basic equipment and machine skills preferred.
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