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Cardiac Svcs Monitor Tech at HCA Healthcare

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Type: Full Time
Location: Overland Park, Kansas





Job Description:

Job Code: 09723-50605

Full-time

Days (rotating weekends)

MENORAH MEDICAL CENTER is currently looking for a CARDIAC MONITOR TECHNICIAN. FULL TIME - DAYS

Menorah Medical Center, a full-service, acute care hospital located on the corner of 119th and Nall in Overland Park, serves the community's healthcare needs by providing compassionate care and some of the most advanced treatment options available in the Kansas City area. The hospital has a comprehensive medical staff with more than 600 physicians who offer exceptional experiences and extraordinary medicine for adults, newborns, children and teens.

EXCELLENT BENEFITS: Educational Reimbursement for Full and Part-time employees, Medical, Dental, 401K and Paid Time Off.
POSITION SUMMARY:

Appropriately recognize/communicate changes in patient cardiac rhythm through uninterrupted visual observation of Central Station Cardiac Monitoring equipment. Must be able to work independently.
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EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

High school graduate or equivalent

Completion of competency exam in interpretation of rhythm abnormalities required
LICENSURE/CERTIFICATIONS:

One year prior experience in a health care setting involving knowledge of cardiac dysrhythmia or individuals with a clinical foundation such as emergency medical technician, patient care technician, certified nurse assistant or completed fundamentals of nursing course is preferred.

Individuals with no prior experience of cardiac dysthymia must complete a Basic Dysrhythmia Class within 30 days of hire

Last Edited: 05/14/2018

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