Be inspired to enhance patient outcomes, and advance your career at Reading Health System.
The CardiacElectrophysiology Technologist in this role is responsible for the interrogation, interpretation and re-programming of cardiac devices, including pacemakers, defibrillators and loop monitors. You will troubleshoot and resolve critical device issues as you collaborate with physicians regarding status, and accurately document device analysis in EMR for review;
educate patients on all aspects of their device, including remote monitoring and follow-up protocol; ensure charges are accurately captured for device interrogation; and assist EP nurses, non-physician practitioners and physicians in the delivery of patient teaching and care.
Minimum high school diploma; Associate’s degree preferred
Active Medical Assistant certification (or related certification) required
Ability to serve as a resource to physicians and other practice employees regarding device patients and services
Ability to maintain equipment in good working condition and notify appropriate personnel of problem areas or safety issues
Participation in professional development activities and maintain professional affiliations
Telemetry accreditation (CRAT, NTI), graduate of a cardiovascular training program (RCIS, RCES, etc.), IBHRE CCDS certification, and prior experience in cardiac rhythm device interrogation preferred
Advancing Health. Transforming Lives. At Reading Health System, located in scenic Berks County, advancing the health and wellness of our community is our mission. Reading Health Physician Network is a physician-directed, multi-specialty group of healthcare professionals who participate with Reading Health System in managing population health and promoting wellness, delivering health care that is readily accessible, compassionate, and of the highest quality and value, and engaging in clinical research and the education of healthcare professionals and the communities it serves.
Apply online and search via Requisition # 1666869.
We believe that good health is the cornerstone of progress. We are firm in our resolve to make exemplary health care accessible and affordable to all, dedicated to lowering the high rate of cardiovascular disease, including stroke, in minority populations and committed to advocacy and diversity. We are guided by ethical principles in all transactions and strive for excellence in our training and skills.