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Job Summary:   This job is responsible for performing surveillance of cardiac rhythms at a central monitoring station, and for recognizing, recording and reporting potentially dangerous rhythm changes and arrhythmias in accordance with established standards and procedures.  Work is primarily performed in a centralized monitoring unit, under the direction of a Registered Nurse.  Essential Duties: - Monitors patient’s cardiac rhythms and/or oxygen saturation using appropriate cardiac monitoring equipment; obtains a baseline ECG strip on all monitored patients according to department guidelines; records and posts cardiac strips in accordance with established procedures; may replaces electrode pads, wires and batteries as necessary. Updates and verifies patient data in information system; maintains unit/department specific records as assigned. - Recognizes rhythms with the potential to alter the patient’s physiology and obtains a documentary ECG strip; immediately reports all arrhythmias to the RN responsible for the patient in accordance with established protocols. - Maintains current knowledge of the technical operation and capabilities of the central monitoring station; maintains alarm systems according to established protocols and responds appropriately to monitor alarms; identifies/troubleshoots routine technical problems with the monitors and sends work orders for maintenance/clinical engineering repairs as necessary. - Handles incoming and outgoing communications, answers questions and assists staff in accordance with established procedures. - Maintains a safe work and patient environment, adhering to the hospital’s Safety, Risk Management and Regulatory Standards and if applicable infection prevention. - Maintains a neat and organized work environment; orders, stocks and replenishes supplies and equipment as necessary; identifies and reports problems with supplies or equipment; enters equipment repair requests in system, tags equipment and removes from service. - Participates in quality assurance/improvement initiatives and activities; participates in growth opportunities. - Performs related duties as required. - Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.  
Job ID
2021-155049
Department
Cardiac Telemetry
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
OPERATES PATIENT MONITORING EQUIPMENT      Maintains log of physician orders for telemetry monitors and for pulse oximetry      Initiates telemetry or pulse oximetry within 30 minutes of receiving physician order      Admits, discharges, suspends patients in the monitor bank.            Changes alarm limits as appropriate for safe monitoring and per order.      Verifies that leads are in place when tracing deviates from anticipated pattern or rhythm.             Locates and prints rhythms from “History”      Operates essential equipment in the central monitor station including transmitters, monitor banks, and printer              2.  PERFORMS EKG’S      Actively identifies the patient as the appropriate patient for the procedure           Applies EKG leads using cardiac landmarks and records ECG       Records patient demographics in the EKG cart prior to obtaining EKG   3. INTERPRETS CARDIAC RHYTHMS and PULSE OXIMETRY      Correctly measures PR and QRS interval and rate.      Identifies rate and rhythm of monitor strips      Recognizes significant changes in rate and/or cardiac rhythm.            Identifies life-threatening and/or potentially life-threatening arrhythmias.     Successfully completes annual dysrrythmia competency.      Identifies normal pulse oximetry readings and pulse oximetry range specific for each patient                      4.  DOCUMENTS CARDIAC RHYTHM and PULSE OXIMETRY      Records patient’s rhythm every 2 hours on appropriate form.      Documents ectopy and/or other transient rhythms.                         Obtains representative rhythm strip every 8 hours, analyzes and mounts for patient record.      Records rhythm strip to document significant changes in rate and/or rhythm.      Delivers representative rhythm strips and copy of unit telemetry log to assigned unit      Documents pulse oximetry readings every 8 hours.          5.  MAINTAINS EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES      When patient is admitted, verifies TTX number of transmitter with TTX number assigned room.      Verifies each shift the location of all transmitters, ECG cables, and pulse oximetry on assigned units and documents.      Cleans remote transmitters and cables between patient use.      Promptly reports malfunctions of monitoring equipment to clinical engineering.      Notifies supervisor when monitor inventory is low as defined in the policy      Notifies supervisor when monitor is discovered missing     6.  COMMUNICATES EFFECTIVELY       Notifies nurse on the patient care unit when unable to obtain patient ECG or pulse oximetry signal.       Notifies nurse of significant change in rate, rhythm of cardiac monitor or oxygen saturation reading of pulse oximetry.       Notifies nurse by emergency phone system in the event of life threatening dysrhythmia or pulse oximetry reading.       Escalates communication to supervisor when unable to receive a response to alerts when notifying the patient care unit       Communicates with the patient at a level that the patient can comprehend.       Explains the procedure to the patient       Ensures that communication in the presence of the patient is patient related.  
Job ID
2021-162823
Department
Telemetry
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Vincent Hot Springs
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
AR-HOT SPRINGS
Position Summary: Provides continuous observation of monitored EKG patterns of patients on telemetry and reports significant information to appropriate nursing personnel; Functions within a designated hospital area to assist nursing personnel in the close observation in the monitoring of patients.   Position Responsibilities: - Continuous observation of monitored EKG patterns and pulse oximetry as ordered. - Sets up, calibrates and Maintains settings and alarms on telemetry module. - Obtains rhythm strip at beginning of shift, on admission and whenever changes occur. - Labels strip with patient identification, time, lead monitored, PR interval, ST interval, QRS interval - Trouble shoots telemetry equipment, Ensures monitors are functioning properly; ensure telemetry - supplies are readily available. - Accounts for all telemetry transmitters, Verifies daily telemetry charges - Identifies changes in rate, rhythm, or pattern, notifying RN of these changes. Responds appropriately to emergency situations, runs a continuous EKG strip and notifies appropriate staff - Assists in answering telephone, Ensures pull down desks are in upright position after posting EKG - strips on patient chart, keeps work area neat and clean, no food or drink in work station, Ensures - transmitters are properly cleaned between patients, electrical cords off floor - Demonstrates a commitment to personal growth and development by completing annual mandatory in-services and Code Validation within given time frame, attends unit-based in-services, attends monthly departmental meetings. - Demonstrates flexibility in responding to unit/service needs, i.e.floating to other areas
Job ID
2021-150499
Department
Telemetry
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Health - The Woodlands Campus
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
TX-THE WOODLANDS
GENERAL SUMMARY: Observes cardiac monitors for changes in cardiac rhythm and communicates this to the nurse caring for the patient of diverse ages. Documents cardiac status appropriately.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Monitors cardiac rhythms on telemetry units. - Obtain and interpret rhythm strips reporting identified changes. - Performs clerical duties (i.e., maintenance of rhythm strips in the patient record, answering phones, intercom, notify the assigned nurse). - Maintains telemetry supplies (i.e., paper, batteries, patches, and pouches). - Maintains knowledge of telemetry equipment set-up, maintenance and use. - Works rotating shifts, weekends and holidays, as scheduled.   MARGINAL FUNCTIONS: - Effectively assumes job responsibilities of nursing communication secretary during absence.  
Job ID
2020-135242
Department
Telemetry
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
Position Summary: Provides continuous observation of monitored EKG patterns of patients on telemetry and reports significant information to appropriate nursing personnel; Functions within a designated hospital area to assist nursing personnel in the close observation in the monitoring of patients.   Position Responsibilities: - Quality – completes work with accuracy and thoroughness. - Productivity – efficiently utilizes time in accomplishing work. - Customer Focus – lives organizational and departmental service standards. - Reliability – completes tasks assigned; follows up as needed. - Availability – meets attendance standards; is punctual; works when needed. - Decision Making – displays sound judgment; works with minimal supervision.   - Initiative – seeks out productive duties in absence of guidance; is a self-starter. #Missioncritical, monitor tech, monitor technician, EKG Tech
Job ID
2020-110067
Department
Telemetry Monitor Technicians
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Health - Memorial - Lufkin
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-LUFKIN
JOB SUMMARY - Responsible for 1) interpretation and documentation of the continuous ECG monitoring 2) communication of rhythm changes to the assigned nurse and/or charge nurse 3) maintenance and cleaning of transmitters 4) assuring proper lead placement on patient for clear signal on the non-critical patients on Telemetry. Participates as a member of the team.  ACCOUNTABILITIES - ESSENTIAL - Communication: Alerts primary nurse to life threatening arrhythmias immediately. Alerts primary nurse to significant changes immediately. Communicates with primary nurse whenever an antiarrhythmic drug is given. Maintains good public relations with patients, families, visitors, doctors, and other employees. Provides an accurate report to oncoming shift and notes rhythm changes. - Documentation: Obtains a brief history of patient and documents on Telemetry record. Is aware of lead placement and documents this in Telemetry record. Keeps track of patient's activity and notes such. Documents and labels a strip initially, every four hours and PRN. - Professional & Educational: Clocks in and out per policy. Gets Director/AD approval before working overtime. Knows rationale and advantages of various lead placements. Knows current monitoring system and capabilities and has ability to troubleshoot system. Attends 100% of all mandatory meetings. Attends 6 or more unit meetings. Orients new personnel as assigned. Actively participates in Performance Improvement initiatives. Serves on Telemetry Documentation Team.  Answers patient call light courteously and promptly.  Assures that assigned nurse or designee responds promptly for patient needs.   Maintains annual unit specific competencies.  Completes annual Rhythm Interpretation Competency test with a score of 85%.   - Privacy: Assures privacy of all patient information to protect patient rights and meet HIPPA guidelines. Reports suspected violations immediately. - Environment & Patient Safety: Maintains patient and work environment to maximize safe working space. Promptly removes all used and soiled equipment, linen, etc. to appropriate location. BMV scanning rates comply with current policy. Reports all patient safety and hazard concerns immediately. - Supplies: Maintains accurate documentation of charges and supplies used to ensure adequate supply replacement and efficient use of allocated funds. Tests and recycles transmitter batteries.   Physically examines &/or replaces patient transmitter leads to assure proper signal.  Cleans and maintains transmitters according to vendor recommendations. - Time Management: Clocks in and out according to policy to ensure work is started and completed on time and to lead by example. Obtains Director/designee/House Supervisor approval before working overtime shifts. - Performs other duties as assigned to meet the organization`s needs.
Job ID
2021-167107
Department
Telemetry Monitoring
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Joseph Health
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-BRYAN
JOB SUMMARY - Responsible for 1) interpretation and documentation of the continuous ECG monitoring 2) communication of rhythm changes to the assigned nurse and/or charge nurse 3) maintenance and cleaning of transmitters 4) assuring proper lead placement on patient for clear signal on the non-critical patients on Telemetry. Participates as a member of the team.  ACCOUNTABILITIES - ESSENTIAL - Communication: Alerts primary nurse to life threatening arrhythmias immediately. Alerts primary nurse to significant changes immediately. Communicates with primary nurse whenever an antiarrhythmic drug is given. Maintains good public relations with patients, families, visitors, doctors, and other employees. Provides an accurate report to oncoming shift and notes rhythm changes. - Documentation: Obtains a brief history of patient and documents on Telemetry record. Is aware of lead placement and documents this in Telemetry record. Keeps track of patient's activity and notes such. Documents and labels a strip initially, every four hours and PRN. - Professional & Educational: Clocks in and out per policy. Gets Director/AD approval before working overtime. Knows rationale and advantages of various lead placements. Knows current monitoring system and capabilities and has ability to troubleshoot system. Attends 100% of all mandatory meetings. Attends 6 or more unit meetings. Orients new personnel as assigned. Actively participates in Performance Improvement initiatives. Serves on Telemetry Documentation Team.  Answers patient call light courteously and promptly.  Assures that assigned nurse or designee responds promptly for patient needs.   Maintains annual unit specific competencies.  Completes annual Rhythm Interpretation Competency test with a score of 85%.   - Privacy: Assures privacy of all patient information to protect patient rights and meet HIPPA guidelines. Reports suspected violations immediately. - Environment & Patient Safety: Maintains patient and work environment to maximize safe working space. Promptly removes all used and soiled equipment, linen, etc. to appropriate location. BMV scanning rates comply with current policy. Reports all patient safety and hazard concerns immediately. - Supplies: Maintains accurate documentation of charges and supplies used to ensure adequate supply replacement and efficient use of allocated funds. Tests and recycles transmitter batteries.   Physically examines &/or replaces patient transmitter leads to assure proper signal.  Cleans and maintains transmitters according to vendor recommendations. - Time Management: Clocks in and out according to policy to ensure work is started and completed on time and to lead by example. Obtains Director/designee/House Supervisor approval before working overtime shifts. - Performs other duties as assigned to meet the organization`s needs.
Job ID
2021-167105
Department
Telemetry Monitoring
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Joseph Health
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-BRYAN
JOB SUMMARY:Observes, identifies and documents cardiac rhythms and pulse oximetry readings of patients monitored through the central monitor station.  Responds appropriately to the occurrences of the life-threatening or potentially life-threatening arrhythmias.  Communicates patient’s rhythm and monitor alerts effectively with RN caring for patient and other department personnel as applicable.   - OPERATES PATIENT MONITORING EQUIPMENT      Maintains log of physician orders for telemetry monitors and for pulse oximetry      Initiates telemetry or pulse oximetry within 30 minutes of receiving physician order      Admits, discharges, suspends patients in the monitor bank.            Changes alarm limits as appropriate for safe monitoring and per order.      Verifies that leads are in place when tracing deviates from anticipated pattern or rhythm.             Locates and prints rhythms from “History”      Operates essential equipment in the central monitor station including transmitters, monitor banks, and printer              - PERFORMS EKG’S     Actively identifies the patient as the appropriate patient for the procedure           Applies EKG leads using cardiac landmarks and records ECG       Records patient demographics in the EKG cart prior to obtaining EKG   - INTERPRETS CARDIAC RHYTHMS and PULSE OXIMETRY      Correctly measures PR and QRS interval and rate.      Identifies rate and rhythm of monitor strips      Recognizes significant changes in rate and/or cardiac rhythm.            Identifies life-threatening and/or potentially life-threatening arrhythmias.    Successfully completes annual dysrrythmia competency.      Identifies normal pulse oximetry readings and pulse oximetry range specific for each patient                                 - DOCUMENTS CARDIAC RHYTHM and PULSE OXIMETRY      Records patient’s rhythm every 2 hours on appropriate form.      Documents ectopy and/or other transient rhythms.                         Obtains representative rhythm strip every 8 hours, analyzes and mounts for patient record.      Records rhythm strip to document significant changes in rate and/or rhythm.      Delivers representative rhythm strips and copy of unit telemetry log to assigned unit      Documents pulse oximetry readings every 8 hours.          - MAINTAINS EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES      When patient is admitted, verifies TTX number of transmitter with TTX number assigned room.      Verifies each shift the location of all transmitters, ECG cables, and pulse oximetry on assigned units and documents.      Cleans remote transmitters and cables between patient use.      Promptly reports malfunctions of monitoring equipment to clinical engineering.      Notifies supervisor when monitor inventory is low as defined in the policy      Notifies supervisor when monitor is discovered missing     - COMMUNICATES EFFECTIVELY       Notifies nurse on the patient care unit when unable to obtain patient ECG or pulse oximetry signal.       Notifies nurse of significant change in rate, rhythm of cardiac monitor or oxygen saturation reading of pulse oximetry.       Notifies nurse by emergency phone system in the event of life threatening dysrhythmia or pulse oximetry reading.       Escalates communication to supervisor when unable to receive a response to alerts when notifying the patient care unit       Communicates with the patient at a level that the patient can comprehend.       Explains the procedure to the patient       Ensures that communication in the presence of the patient is patient related
Job ID
2021-162367
Department
Telemetry Monitoring
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-LITTLE ROCK
JOB SUMMARY:Observes, identifies and documents cardiac rhythms and pulse oximetry readings of patients monitored through the central monitor station.  Responds appropriately to the occurrences of the life-threatening or potentially life-threatening arrhythmias.  Communicates patient’s rhythm and monitor alerts effectively with RN caring for patient and other department personnel as applicable.   - OPERATES PATIENT MONITORING EQUIPMENT      Maintains log of physician orders for telemetry monitors and for pulse oximetry      Initiates telemetry or pulse oximetry within 30 minutes of receiving physician order      Admits, discharges, suspends patients in the monitor bank.            Changes alarm limits as appropriate for safe monitoring and per order.      Verifies that leads are in place when tracing deviates from anticipated pattern or rhythm.             Locates and prints rhythms from “History”      Operates essential equipment in the central monitor station including transmitters, monitor banks, and printer              - PERFORMS EKG’S     Actively identifies the patient as the appropriate patient for the procedure           Applies EKG leads using cardiac landmarks and records ECG       Records patient demographics in the EKG cart prior to obtaining EKG   - INTERPRETS CARDIAC RHYTHMS and PULSE OXIMETRY      Correctly measures PR and QRS interval and rate.      Identifies rate and rhythm of monitor strips      Recognizes significant changes in rate and/or cardiac rhythm.            Identifies life-threatening and/or potentially life-threatening arrhythmias.    Successfully completes annual dysrrythmia competency.      Identifies normal pulse oximetry readings and pulse oximetry range specific for each patient                                 - DOCUMENTS CARDIAC RHYTHM and PULSE OXIMETRY      Records patient’s rhythm every 2 hours on appropriate form.      Documents ectopy and/or other transient rhythms.                         Obtains representative rhythm strip every 8 hours, analyzes and mounts for patient record.      Records rhythm strip to document significant changes in rate and/or rhythm.      Delivers representative rhythm strips and copy of unit telemetry log to assigned unit      Documents pulse oximetry readings every 8 hours.          - MAINTAINS EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES      When patient is admitted, verifies TTX number of transmitter with TTX number assigned room.      Verifies each shift the location of all transmitters, ECG cables, and pulse oximetry on assigned units and documents.      Cleans remote transmitters and cables between patient use.      Promptly reports malfunctions of monitoring equipment to clinical engineering.      Notifies supervisor when monitor inventory is low as defined in the policy      Notifies supervisor when monitor is discovered missing     - COMMUNICATES EFFECTIVELY       Notifies nurse on the patient care unit when unable to obtain patient ECG or pulse oximetry signal.       Notifies nurse of significant change in rate, rhythm of cardiac monitor or oxygen saturation reading of pulse oximetry.       Notifies nurse by emergency phone system in the event of life threatening dysrhythmia or pulse oximetry reading.       Escalates communication to supervisor when unable to receive a response to alerts when notifying the patient care unit       Communicates with the patient at a level that the patient can comprehend.       Explains the procedure to the patient       Ensures that communication in the presence of the patient is patient related.
Job ID
2021-162366
Department
Telemetry Monitoring
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-LITTLE ROCK
The Monitor Technician  is responsible for the continuous observation and documentation of cardiac rhythms and identification of any changes.  As Training Specialist, conducts training sessions for all new hires and nursing personnel. - Set up telemetry equipment for new admissions according to established procedures. - Use knowledge of basic cardiac arrhythmia to interpret rhythm strips according to hospital policy. - Maintain documentation on telemetry patients. - Maintain correct flow of communication for quality patient care (i.e., troubleshooting, patient status, and quality issues)
Job ID
2021-157483
Department
Telemetry Monitoring
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Memorial Chattanooga
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TN-CHATTANOOGA
The Monitor Technician  is responsible for the continuous observation and documentation of cardiac rhythms and identification of any changes.  As Training Specialist, conducts training sessions for all new hires and nursing personnel. - Set up telemetry equipment for new admissions according to established procedures. - Use knowledge of basic cardiac arrhythmia to interpret rhythm strips according to hospital policy. - Maintain documentation on telemetry patients. - Maintain correct flow of communication for quality patient care (i.e., troubleshooting, patient status, and quality issues)
Job ID
2021-157479
Department
Telemetry Monitoring
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Memorial Chattanooga
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TN-CHATTANOOGA
Job Summary:   This job is responsible for performing surveillance of cardiac rhythms at a central monitoring station, and for recognizing, recording and reporting potentially dangerous rhythm changes and arrhythmias in accordance with established standards and procedures.  Work is primarily performed in a centralized monitoring unit, under the direction of a Registered Nurse.  Essential Duties: - Monitors patient’s cardiac rhythms and/or oxygen saturation using appropriate cardiac monitoring equipment; obtains a baseline ECG strip on all monitored patients according to department guidelines; records and posts cardiac strips in accordance with established procedures; may replaces electrode pads, wires and batteries as necessary. Updates and verifies patient data in information system; maintains unit/department specific records as assigned. - Recognizes rhythms with the potential to alter the patient’s physiology and obtains a documentary ECG strip; immediately reports all arrhythmias to the RN responsible for the patient in accordance with established protocols. - Maintains current knowledge of the technical operation and capabilities of the central monitoring station; maintains alarm systems according to established protocols and responds appropriately to monitor alarms; identifies/troubleshoots routine technical problems with the monitors and sends work orders for maintenance/clinical engineering repairs as necessary. - Handles incoming and outgoing communications, answers questions and assists staff in accordance with established procedures. - Maintains a safe work and patient environment, adhering to the hospital’s Safety, Risk Management and Regulatory Standards and if applicable infection prevention. - Maintains a neat and organized work environment; orders, stocks and replenishes supplies and equipment as necessary; identifies and reports problems with supplies or equipment; enters equipment repair requests in system, tags equipment and removes from service. - Participates in quality assurance/improvement initiatives and activities; participates in growth opportunities. - Performs related duties as required. - Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.  
Job ID
2021-155048
Department
Cardiac Telemetry
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
Job Summary:   This role is responsible for performing surveillance of cardiac rhythms at a central monitoring station, and for recognizing, recording and reporting potentially dangerous rhythm changes and arrhythmias in accordance with established standards and procedures.  Work is primarily performed in a centralized monitoring unit, under the direction of a Registered Nurse.  Essential Duties: - Monitors patient’s cardiac rhythms and/or oxygen saturation using appropriate cardiac monitoring equipment; obtains a baseline ECG strip on all monitored patients according to department guidelines; records and posts cardiac strips in accordance with established procedures; may replaces electrode pads, wires and batteries as necessary. Updates and verifies patient data in information system; maintains unit/department specific records as assigned. - Recognizes rhythms with the potential to alter the patient’s physiology and obtains a documentary ECG strip; immediately reports all arrhythmias to the RN responsible for the patient in accordance with established protocols. - Maintains current knowledge of the technical operation and capabilities of the central monitoring station; maintains alarm systems according to established protocols and responds appropriately to monitor alarms; identifies/troubleshoots routine technical problems with the monitors and sends work orders for maintenance/clinical engineering repairs as necessary. - Handles incoming and outgoing communications, answers questions and assists staff in accordance with established procedures. - Maintains a safe work and patient environment, adhering to the hospital’s Safety, Risk Management and Regulatory Standards and if applicable infection prevention. - Maintains a neat and organized work environment; orders, stocks and replenishes supplies and equipment as necessary; identifies and reports problems with supplies or equipment; enters equipment repair requests in system, tags equipment and removes from service. - Participates in quality assurance/improvement initiatives and activities; participates in growth opportunities. - Performs related duties as required. - Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.  
Job ID
2021-155046
Department
Cardiac Telemetry
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
Job Summary:   This job is responsible for performing surveillance of cardiac rhythms at a central monitoring station, and for recognizing, recording and reporting potentially dangerous rhythm changes and arrhythmias in accordance with established standards and procedures.  Work is primarily performed in a centralized monitoring unit, under the direction of a Registered Nurse.  Essential Duties: - Monitors patient’s cardiac rhythms and/or oxygen saturation using appropriate cardiac monitoring equipment; obtains a baseline ECG strip on all monitored patients according to department guidelines; records and posts cardiac strips in accordance with established procedures; may replaces electrode pads, wires and batteries as necessary. Updates and verifies patient data in information system; maintains unit/department specific records as assigned. - Recognizes rhythms with the potential to alter the patient’s physiology and obtains a documentary ECG strip; immediately reports all arrhythmias to the RN responsible for the patient in accordance with established protocols. - Maintains current knowledge of the technical operation and capabilities of the central monitoring station; maintains alarm systems according to established protocols and responds appropriately to monitor alarms; identifies/troubleshoots routine technical problems with the monitors and sends work orders for maintenance/clinical engineering repairs as necessary. - Handles incoming and outgoing communications, answers questions and assists staff in accordance with established procedures. - Maintains a safe work and patient environment, adhering to the hospital’s Safety, Risk Management and Regulatory Standards and if applicable infection prevention.  - Maintains a neat and organized work environment; orders, stocks and replenishes supplies and equipment as necessary; identifies and reports problems with supplies or equipment; enters equipment repair requests in system, tags equipment and removes from service. - Participates in quality assurance/improvement initiatives and activities; participates in growth opportunities. - Performs related duties as required. - Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.  
Job ID
2021-152308
Department
Cardiac Telemetry
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
GENERAL SUMMARY: Provides constant, real-time video monitoring for patients in need of continuous monitoring in order to enhance patient safety.  Patients identified as those who are at high risk for fall, are confused, or are ambulatory patients at risk for injury.  Serves as the first line of action to verbally redirect the patient from engaging in at risk behaviors and communicates with the nursing staff directly if the patient requires assistance, as needed.  Monitors, records and communicates patient activity.     ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Promptly recognize patients discomfort and at risk behaviors, respond, and report as appropriate. - Monitors patients’ mobility, speaks directly with patients to encourage them to stay in bed as well as preventing patients from falling from bed. - Effectively escalates notification process to appropriate staff as necessary by seeking assistance from the hospital nurse when patient is in need, communicating directly and effectively with unit staff in the event that a patient is at risk for a fall, and also activates established protocol immediately in the event that a patient fall is imminent. - Provides excellent customer service to all patients, staff, physicians, and family members. - Performs clerical duties (i.e., maintains accurate and up-to-date department logs/records, answering phones, intercom, notify the assigned nurse). - Identifies interventions to maintain patient privacy. - Works rotating shifts, weekends and holidays, as scheduled.   MARGINAL FUNCTIONS: - Department Support Assistant Backup.
Job ID
2021-157150
Department
Cardiac Telemetry
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
Full time, 7a-7p, Saint Joseph Main Hospital, South ICU
Job ID
2021-149738
Department
Coronary Care
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Saint Joseph Health System
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
KY-LEXINGTON
Full time, day shift, Saint Joseph Main Hospital, South ICU
Job ID
2021-149737
Department
Coronary Care
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Saint Joseph Health System
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
KY-LEXINGTON
Full time, 7a-7p, Saint Joseph Main Hospital, CTVU
Job ID
2021-152012
Department
Cardiovascular ICU
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Saint Joseph Health System
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
KY-LEXINGTON
Full time, 7p-7a, Saint Joseph East Hospital, Float Pool
Job ID
2021-166644
Department
Nursing Float Personnel
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Saint Joseph East
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
KY-LEXINGTON
Provides continuous observation of monitored EKG patterns of patients on telemetry and reports significant information to appropriate nursing personnel; Functions within a designated hospital area to assist nursing personnel in the close observation in the monitoring of patients.   1. Continuous observation of monitored EKG patterns and pulse oximetry as ordered. Sets up, calibrates and Maintains settings and alarms on telemetry module. Obtains rhythm strip at beginning of shift, on admission and whenever changes occur. Labels strip with patient identification, time, lead monitored, PR interval, ST interval, QRS interval   2. Trouble shoots telemetry equipment, Ensures monitors are functioning properly, ensure telemetry supplies are readily available. Accounts for all telemetry transmitters, Verifies daily telemetry charges   3. Identifies changes in rate, rhythm, or pattern, notifying RN of these changes. Responds appropriately to emergency situations, runs a continuous EKG strip and notifies appropriate staff   4. Assists in answering telephone, Ensures pull down desks are in upright position after posting EKG strips on patient chart, keeps work area neat and clean, no food or drink in work station, Ensures transmitters are properly cleaned between patients, electrical cords off floor   5. Demonstrates a commitment to personal growth and development by completing annual mandatory in-services and Code Validation within given time frame, attends unit-based in-services, attends monthly departmental meetings. Demonstrates flexibility in responding to unit/service needs, i.e., floating to other areas      
Job ID
2021-155735
Department
Cardiac Telemetry
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Health–Patients Medical Center
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-Pasadena
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