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Electrophysiologist Technologist

  • Location:

    Fort Worth

  • Sector:


  • Job type:

    Temporary & Contract

  • Salary:

    US$90.00 - US$95.00 per hour

  • Contact:

    Harsh Sajnani

  • Contact email:

  • Job ref:


  • Published:

    29 days ago

  • Expiry date:


  • Client:

    Medical Recruitment Strategies

Position Name: Electrophysiology Tech
Location: Fort Worth, TX
Duration: 13+ Weeks
Shift: DAYS - 10HRS: 0630-1700 (rotating days off) PLUS CALL


  • Demonstrates ability to operate equipment safely and accurately.
  • Operate monitor/recording equipment in all cardiac Cath lab procedures.
  • Able to balance and calibrate pressure transducers and amplifiers in all rooms electrically and mechanically.
  • Troubleshoots and corrects ECG tracing problems.
  • Operates tableside C-arm controls.
  • Insures all POC testing equipment is maintained according to established standards.
  • Applies prescribed three major principals of radiation safety always Collects, assesses, and maintains patient data.
  • Enters patient demographics into both monitoring and x-ray equipment.
  • Records all patient and monitor data on event log according to established guidelines. Archives procedure to CD-ROM.
  • Enters all data into computer system for accurate billing and patient procedure history.
  • Reduces all right and left heart data to basic form for physician interpretation and reporting.
  • Assesses and documents pulses distal to catheter insertion site pre- and post-surgical.
  • Recognizes rhythms and sudden hemodynamic changes. Assists invasive cardiologist with all invasive coronary procedures.
  • Ability to scrub in all procedures in diagnostic and Interventional Cardiac Cath Lab and EP.
  • Proficient in-patient preparation and sterile tray set up.
  • Assists the cardiologist with required catheter and wire manipulation while maintaining the required sterile technique. Core EP duties.
  • Operates monitor/recorder and intracardiac simulator for EP studies.