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Monitor Tech Full Time Nights Sign On 3K
Up to $3000 Sign-On bonus for experienced Monitor Tech Summary A Monitor Technician is responsible for monitoring the heart rhythm pattern of patients to detect abnormal pattern variances using telemetry equipment. Reviews patient information to determine normal heart rhythm pattern, current pattern, and prior variances. Observes cardiac monitor and listens for alarms to identify abnormal variation in heart rhythm. Informs Assistant Nurse Manager and/or Registered Nurse of variances to initiate examination of patient. Education High school diploma or equivalent Experience Successful completion of EKG class. Familiar with Medical Terminology BLS from American Heart Association


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