Located just 10 minutes north of Denver, North Suburban Medical Center, an HCA HealthONE hospital, has established a reputation as a facility responsive to patient and community expectations. Our mission, vision, and values were developed as guides so that we continuously understand and respond to our patient and community needs.
North Suburban, licensed for 157 beds, leads the north Denver area in Core Measure quality ratings and is one of just two hospitals in the state of Colorado to continually be named as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission.
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When it comes to treating a heart attack, every minute counts. At North Suburban Medical Center, we get our patients lifesaving procedures quickly. The national standard set by the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association is 90 minutes, beginning when the patient enters the emergency room. With our Cardiac Alert program, we are able to consistently meet or exceed the national standards.
We offer you a generous benefits package including: •Medical, Dental, Disability and Life Insurance •Flexible Spending Accounts •Paid Time Off •Employee Discount Program •Employee Stock Purchase Program •Tuition Reimbursement •Student Loan Repayment
Assists the Physician in performing diagnosticand interventional cardiovascular procedures. Works independently within our cardiovascular team philosophy and communicates knowledgeably, timely, and professionally with patients (and patient families), co-workers, healthcare colleagues, and physicians. Able to work in and display critical thinking abilities in stressful situations. Available to fulfill the department requirements of being on-call for after hours emergency procedures and be with in the required thirty minute response time. Is physically able to meet the job requirements:
Perform effective CPR.
Physically move procedural equipment.
Patient transport in a cart / bed.
Assist in bed to bed patient transfer.
Able to stand for prolonged periods of time during a procedure wearing a leaded apron and vest.
Able to see and manipulate interventional equipment in dimly lit procedural suite.
Has patient assessment knowledge and ability. Is a department resource for co-workers in cardiovascular procedures and equipment use. Conducts individualized orientation for new employees to ensure a smooth transition to the Cath Lab team. Responsible for professional development, teamwork, and quality of care through observation, in-services, verbal critique, coaching. Facilitates outreach educational opportunities outside the CV department i.e. other healthcare institutions, patient care units, and the community. Works with CV services manager in evaluating and developing action plans that aids in meeting the clinical needs of the department.
Currentregistration as Registered Radiology Technologist (RTR), or current certificationas Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS); current BCLScertification, current ACLS certification.
Graduate of an Accredited School ofNursing, accredited RTR and/or RCIS training program.
2 yearsexperience in interventional radiology procedures (RTR) preferred. 2 years experience in cardiovascular labsetting preferred (RCIS).
Available to fulfill the departmentrequirements of being on-call for after hours emergency procedures and be within the required thirty minute response time.
Provides safe and appropriate patient carewithin the Standards of Nursing Practice at NSMC.
Communicates positively andprofessionally with all internal and external customers.
Has patient assessment knowledge andability.
Degree of Supervision Required:
During orientation periods the new employeewill be under the direct supervision of a designated preceptor. Once off orientation it is expected that theemployee works independently within our cardiovascular team philosophy.
3 to 6 months depending onexperience. Continuous evaluations willbe done to determine employees’ competence.
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