The Cardiovascular Radiologic Technologist performs a variety of technical medical functions and patient care activities involved in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with cardiopulmonary ailments and arrhythmias.
The primary function is the operations and administration of Fluoroscopy in the EP/Cath Labs. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to: monitoring cases, scrubbing cases, unit development projects, assist with supply and equipment management/stocking, and all other talents that are part of the full success of the EP/Cardiac Cath Team.
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