POSITION SUMMARY: The Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory (CCL) Invasive Cardiovascular Tech is a professional who contributes his/her services to: patient care, patient and staff education, emotional support and education of families and the community in accordance in accordance with the standards, policies, and practices of Enloe Medical Center. The Invasive Cardiovascular Tech directly assists the physician with all Cardiac Catheterization procedures, prioritizes patient needs, coordinates patient care, and collaborates with other members of the patient care team to provide care in accordance with the medical plan of care. Works as part of an ON CALL TEAM with other Technologist and nurses to provide coverage for STEMI and other emergency and urgent cath lab procedures.
EDUCATION / TRAINING / EXPERIENCE: Desired: • Previous experience as an Invasive Cardiovascular Technologist
LICENSES / CERTIFICATIONS: Minimum: • Current ARRT certification • Current full Certificate of Radiologic Technology issued by the Department of Health Services, State of California (CRT) • Current Fluoroscopy permit • Current CPR recognition • IABP Certification within six months of employment (tracked by dept)
Desired: • CI certification (through ARRT) or CCI registry
SKILLS / KNOWLEDGE / ABILITIES: Must demonstrate technical competence, professional judgment, professional communication skills and sensitivity for the patient and family in crisis. Must be able to fulfill the essential functions of the position.
Internal Number: 1
About Enloe Medical Center
Enloe Medical Center is a 298-bed non-profit hospital with the mission of improving the quality of your life through patient-centered care. It is one of two Level II trauma centers north of Sacramento, houses the region’s only Level II neonatal intensive care unit and operates the FlightCare air ambulance service. Enloe’s comprehensive medical services include cardiac surgery and heart care, neurosurgery, orthopedics, total joint replacement, cancer care, maternity care, women's services and bariatrics.
Enloe caregivers are focused on engaging each other to achieve higher quality of care, reaching out to patients and families to create meaningful programs and building bridges with the community to support health and well-being.
Enloe is one of the few California hospitals still locally governed. The hospital’s community-based, volunteer Board of Trustees protects this local status and assures that dollars earned are reinvested to improve the health of the community.
Enloe Medical Center serves patients and community members throughout Butte County and California's North State.