The Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute at Cleveland Clinic supports an EKG Laboratory performing over 100,000 EKGs each year. Technicians acquire EKGs in both in-hospital and outpatient settings from a variety of patients for healthy preventive testing to more complicated cases involving many types of cardiac diseases. This exciting setting provides a challenging and educational experience for technicians at Cleveland Clinic.
Job Responsibilities Include:
- Performs diagnostic electrocardiograms.
- Positions and applies electrodes as appropriate. Connects leads from electrocardiograph machine to electrodes on specified body areas.
- Reviews patients record and instructs patients prior to procedures. Monitors patient during procedures and reports any abnormal findings.
- Identifies and corrects for wandering, interference, and artifact. Edits and forwards results to attending physician for analysis and interpretation.
- Maintains EKG equipment and supplies.
- A high school diploma or GED.
- Minimum six months training as an EKG Technician or Cardiovascular Technician preferably in a hospital setting or completion of an accredited Cardiovascular Technology, Paramedic or Medical Assistant Program.
- Must be able to communicate effectively, stand and walk for long periods of time, transport equipment to various locations in the hospital.
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