EKG TECHN - PRN VARIOUS SHIFT HOURS
Categories: Allied Health Professionals
Department: University Hospitals
Full/Part Time/PRN: PRN
Experience and Education
Conducts computerized electrocardiogram testing. Uses proper chest and limb lead placement. Assesses quality of tracing as related to baseline stability, lack of electrical interference, and freedom from artifact.
Records technically accurate EKG tracing and places preliminary copy in patient's chart. Communicates presence of any life threatening arrhythmia to patient's nurse.
Performs Thoracic Bio-impedence procedure. Places completed report on patient's chart immediately post procedure.
Prints daily log and checks against daily transaction log. Enters charges as needed and credits for services not rendered. Places EKG final report on chart after read by physician.
Demonstrates ability to troubleshoot minor equipment problems. Reports malfunctions to manager and notifies Biomed.
Facilitates storage and retrieval of records. Checks and orders supplies, leads, electrodes and paper with consideration for cost containment.
Reports errors promptly and takes appropriate follow-up action to rectify error.
Serves as patient and family advocate. Responds to patient's and/ or family's complaints in approriate manner. Reports complaints to Manager or their designee in timely manner. Utilizes chain of command appropriately to resolve patient, operational, or personal work related problems.
Participates in performance improvement activities as directed. Attends at least 80% of scheduled staff meetings and attends 100% of mandatory educational sessions.
Works cooperatively with all staff and supports staff new to environment.
Performs other duties as assigned.
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