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Steve Beck, SPHR, MS
Platte Valley Medical Group (Clinic Positions)
Responsible for organizing, planning and developing arrhythmia clinics in primary clinic and outreach locations. Provide clinical services dedicated exclusively to ambulatory cardiac monitoring. Scans rhythm recordings and creates reports directly under the general supervision of cardiologist within the protocols established. Works with nursing department supervisor and physicians concerning issues and problems related to patient care and provision of related services. Reviews, updates and initiates department protocols. Performs duties as needed.
Monday – Friday
8:00am – 5:00pm
Insure adequate coverage for support and cardiovascular holter services.
Insure reports are resulted within 2 business day.
Implements and maintains protocols regarding cardiovascular services.
Schedules time with outreach clinics to support and install holter services.
Evaluates holter services processes and implements changes within accepted standards of care.
Accesses educational needs of cardiology staff including clinical and outreach.
Assist with patient care in cardiology pod.
Submits billing for cardiac monitoring services electronically.
Have advanced education in the area of cardiology.
Must be BLS and ACLS certified.
Requires knowledge of cardiac theory and skills.
Requires good interpersonal and communication skills in order to maintain effective contacts with staff, physicians, patients and families.
Responsible for assisting physicians and clinic departments by providing technical assistance and/or patient care. Works under supervision and follows established routines for procedures, scheduling, and communications. Actual duties and responsibilities will vary depending on area of assignment.
8:30am – 5:00pm
Brings patients to exam rooms.
Takes vital signs: height, weight, blood pressure O2 rates and temperatures.
Prepares patients for procedures per protocol.
Escort patients to the hospital for testing.
Take specimens to lab.
Assists with storage of supplies.
Cleans and restocks exam rooms.
Keeps work area neat, clean and safe.
Monitors equipment to be sure it is in proper working order.
Cooperates with other personnel to maintain good employee and public relations.
Attends required meetings.
Informs supervisor or clinic manager of concerns or problems.
Must be CPR Certified
No prior work experience required
Requires knowledge of technical skills
Requires good interpersonal and communications skills to effectively interact with physicians, patients, families and clinic staff
Must be able to see, hear, read and write
Must be able to stand up to 80% of the time