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Working in both an inpatient and outpatient setting the majority of the work of a cardiographer will involve performing electrocardiograms (ECG’s) on patients under cardiac investigation. The ECG is a fundamental tool in the diagnosis of cardiac disease and a caring, professional manner is therefore an essential requirement.
Additional duties will include the fitting & removal of ambulatory ECG and BP monitors, together with the downloading of information to patient databases. A conscientious attitude and attention to detail are more important than an understanding of computer technology. Full training in all areas will be offered. Further training in cardiac arrhythmia recognition will be made available at a later date.
Administrative and housekeeping duties will include the detailed logging of all investigations performed and the maintenance of disposable stock levels. An extended role in the booking of patient appointments may also be required as well as some basic Health Care duties
The position of cardiographer is very much team orientated although the ability to work independently and unsupervised is integral.
The successful applicant will be committed to this pivotal role, have good inter-personal skills and ideally have experience of working with the general public. You must be able to travel independently between sites in your own vehicle.
This is a full time post working 37.5 hours per week, Monday – Friday. Part time applicants may be considered as a job share.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Duncan Sleeman, Principal Cardiac Scientist, Cardiology Department. Telephone [Click here to apply].
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