Cardiac Technician - Noninvasive Cardiology

Who you are:

As a Cardiac Technician in the Noninvasive Cardiology department at Catholic Medical Center (CMC), you will have an in depth knowledge of cardiac rhythm management, cardiac devices and cardiovascular physiology. You will aid physicians by conducting non-invasive diagnostic cardiac tests on both inpatients and outpatients, maintain equipment and gather cardiac testing data for physicians' review. Technical duties include remote and trans telephonic implanted device testing, performing all technical aspects of stress testing, nuclear stress testing, event and Holter monitor application, reviewing information from device and arrhythmia monitoring and preparing official report for Cardiologist to review, and performing Electrocardiograms (ECG/EKG) and bringing abnormal findings to Cardiologist attention when needed.

What you'll do:

  • Perform electrocardiograms, including placement of leads, length of recording and other similar procedures. Record data for interpretation and charging.
  • Apply Holter and Event Monitors
  • Train nurses and other designated personnel on correct use of the Electrocardiogram Machine, Holter Monitor, and Event Monitor equipment.
  • Review Electrocardiograms taken during closed department hours for completeness and reconciles Electrocardiograms as needed.
  • Ensure all Electrocardiogram reports are reconciled and assigns to the appropriate "In Box" at the Philips ECG reading station.
  • Perform routing cleaning and preventive maintenance to ensure continuing functioning of equipment. Maintain work area in a clean and organized manner.

What you'll bring:

Level I:

• High school diploma

• Basic knowledge of human cardiac anatomy, physiology, arrhythmias and acquired heart disease.

• Prior experience in a fast-paced hospital and clinic based in cardiology, preferred.

• Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required

• Currently registered with New Hampshire Board of Medical Technicians

Level II:

• High school diploma

• Course in basic arrhythmia interpretation required.

• Prior medical office experience as well as experience in computer software application is desirable

• Basic knowledge of human cardiac anatomy, physiology, arrhythmias and acquired heart disease.

• Prior experience in a fast paced hospital and clinic based in cardiology

• Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required

• Active effort to achieve Certified Cardiovascular Technician (CCT). For new hires, they will need to be certified by the first anniversary of their hire date. Existing employees will need to obtain CCT Certification within 2 years of signing off on the updated Job Description

• Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) certification preferred.

• Currently registered with New Hampshire Board of Medical Technicians

Who we are:

Catholic Medical Center ("CMC") is a nonprofit, regional health system committed to delivering the highest quality and most advanced healthcare to patients across New Hampshire. CMC is the home of the nationally-renowned New England Heart & Vascular Institute, rated among the top cardiovascular programs in the country.

We are driven by our mission to offer health, healing, and hope to every individual who seeks our care, and we live by our values of Respect, Integrity, Compassion, and Commitment.

CMC is proud to be named to the Forbes list of America's Best-in-State Employers for two consecutive years. This prestigious award is presented by Forbes and Statista, Inc., and is based on 2.1 million employer recommendations from employees working for companies with more than 500 employees in the United States.

With our award-winning clinical programs, primary care network and dedication to community, CMC is fostering a healthier New Hampshire, every day.

Catholic Medical Center is an equal opportunity employer and we embrace diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, national origin, mental or physical disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.