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RT Cath Lab Tech II

NH-United States-Dover Apply View Saved Jobs Job ID 3195405 Date posted 11/02/2022
RT Cath Lab Tech II-(3195405)


Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, a subsidiary of Massachusetts General Hospital, is renowned as one of the largest acute care hospitals in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire and Southern Maine. At Wentworth-Douglass, we value people who contribute to patient-centered care that enhances community health; we recognize and reward those who share our values and transform our patients' lives. We invite you to explore opportunities, cultivate community wellness and professional growth.

Rad Tech applicants will also be considered. Great opportuntiy to work in our Invasive Cardiology department.

1. Provides individualized age specific care that supports physical functioning.
a. Laboratory data- ensures that all pertinent information is relayed to nursing/physician before, during and after procedure.
b. Pain Management - Alleviates and reduces pain to a level of comfort acceptable to the patient

2. Provides individualized, age-specific care that supports homeostatic regulation
. Intravenous Therapy- assists in the sorting and preparation of IV administration.
a. Prepares patient - procedural preparation, completes pre-procedure chart and gathers all necessary equipment for specific procedure being done.
b. Assists procedural physician / monitors patient vital signs and ensures procedural efficiency.
c. Oxygen Therapy - Administers oxygen and monitors its effectiveness
d. Respiratory Monitoring- utilizes ACLS guidelines for insuring patent airway and emergency airway support.
e. Skin Surveillance- prepares patient for procedure, including shave and sterile skin preparation.
f. Surgical Preparation - Provides care to a patient immediately prior to surgery and verifies required procedures.
g. Sheath Access Device Maintenance-maintains arterial and venous sheath devices/or manual assistance, and is knowledgeable of complications
h. Wound Care - Prevents wound complications and promotion of wound healing

3. Provides age-specific, individualized care that supports psychosocial functioning and facilitates lifestyle changes
. Active Listening - Attends closely to and attaches significance to a patient's verbal and nonverbal message.
a. Emotional Support - Provides reassurance, acceptance and encouragement during times of stress
b. Teaching Disease Process - Assists patients to understand information related to a specific disease process

4. Provides age-specific, individualized care that supports protection from harm
. Code Management: Coordinates emergency measures to sustain life
a. Fall Prevention - Institutes special precautions with patient at risk for injury from falling
b. Infection Control - Minimizes the acquisition and transmission of infectious agents
c. Physical Restraint - Applies, monitors, and removes mechanical or manual restraining devices which are used to limit the physical mobility of the patient
d. Surveillance: Safety - Collects and analyzes information about the patient and the environment for use in promoting and maintaining patient safety
e. Vital Signs Monitoring - Collects and analyzes cardiovascular, respiratory and body temperature data to determine and prevent complications

5. Provides age-specific, individualized care that supports the family unit
. Family Involvement - Facilitates family participation in the emotional and physical care of the patient

6. Provides care that supports effective use of the health care delivery system.
. Delegation - Transfer the responsibility for the performance of patient care while retaining accountability for the outcome
a. Discharge Planning - Prepares for moving a patient from one level of care to another within or outside of the health care institution
b. Documentation - collects and files pertinent patient data in a clinical record/procedure computer (WITT)
c. Patient Rights Protection - Protects the health care rights of a patient, especially a minor, incapacitated, or incompetent patient unable to make decisions
d. Technology Management - Uses technical equipment and devices to monitor patient condition or sustain life

7. Acquires and maintains current knowledge and competency in cardiovascular professional practice
. Participates in ongoing educational activities related to practice area and professional issues.
a. Acquires knowledge and skills appropriate to the specialty area and practice setting
b. Maintains a personal portfolio that documents ongoing professional cardiovascular competence
c. Seeks certification when eligible
d. Seeks constructive feedback regarding his or her own practice

. Allergy Management - Identification, treatment, and prevention of allergic responses to food, medication, insect bites, contrast material, blood and other substance
a. Anxiety Reduction - Minimizing apprehension, dread, foreboding, or uneasiness related to unidentified source of anticipated danger
b. Dysrhythmia Management - Prevents, recognizes and facilitates treatment of abnormal cardiac rhythms
c. Airway Management - Facilitates patency of air passages
d. Emergency Care - provides life-saving measures in life-threatening situations
e. Examination Assistance - Providing assistance to the patient and another health care provider during a procedure or exam.
f. Teaching: Procedure/Treatment - Preparing a patient to understand and mentally prepare for a prescribed procedure or treatment.
g. Transport - Moving a patient from one location to another

. Cardiac Care - Limits complications resulting from an imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and demand for a patient with symptoms of impaired cardiac function
a. Angioplasty/cardiac catheterizations- assists cardiologist and is familiar with all interventional/diagnostic equipment, supplies, procedures.
b. Bleeding Precautions - Reduction of stimuli that may induce bleeding or hemorrhage in at risk patients.
c. Bleeding Reduction - Limitation of loss of blood volume during an episode of bleeding.
d. Radiology- knowledgeable of concepts and principles of radiology exposure and protection/demonstrates ALARA
e. Circulatory Care: Arterial Insufficiency - Promotion of arterial circulation
f. Circulatory Care: Mechanical Assist Device - Temporary support of the circulation through the use of mechanical devices or pumps
g. Hemodynamic Regulation - Optimization of heart rate, preload, afterload and contractility.
h. Shock Prevention - Detecting and treating a patient at risk for impending

. Angiographic care- Limits complications resulting from contrast studies of the arterial, venous, lymphatic and pulmonary vasculature.
a. Radiography- Assists vascular surgeon/cardiologist and is familiar with all interventional/diagnostic equipment, supplies and procedures.
b. Bleeding Precautions- reduction of stimuli that may induce bleeding or hemorrhage in at risk patients.
c. Radiology- Knowledgeable of concepts and principles of radiology exposure and protection/demonstrates ALARA.
d. Circulatory Care- Arterial Insufficiency- Promotion of arterial circulation.
e. Circulatory Care- Mechanical Assist Device - Temporary support of the circulation through the use of mechanical devices or pumps.
f. Shock Prevention - Detecting and treating a patient at risk for impending shock.


Experience Minimum Required
• RCIS upon hire and/or ARRT credential.

Experience Preferred/Desired
• 2+ years catheterization and angiography laboratory experience
• Electrophysiology experience

Education Minimum Required
• Graduate of an approved radiology/cardiology program or Military equivalent program

Education Preferred/Desired
• BS in radiology/cardiology services or equivalent

Special Skills Minimum Required
• A working knowledge of all cardiology aspects desired.
• Computer manipulation, verbal and written communication skills, mechanical attitude.
• Ability to work in a collaborative manner.
• Make effective judgments and decisions based on objective criteria.
• BLS and ACLS

Licensure and/or Certifications Required
• NH State Medical Imaging License after December 31, 2018

EEO StatementEqual Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
· The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)

Primary Location

:NH-Dover-WDH Main Hospital

Work Locations

WDH Main Hospital
789 Central Ave


:Nursing Support-Other


:Wentworth-Douglass Hospital(WDH)


Standard Hours:40


:Day Job
Posted Shift Description:7a - 3:30p; weekday call and every 3rd w/e.

Employee Status

Recruiting Department:WDH Invasive Cardiology

Job Posting

:Nov 30, 2022


"The best thing about my job at Wentworth-Douglass is my co-workers; they are like family and I genuinely love to come to work!"

Environmental Services Staff


"I chose to come to WDH for many reasons: the location, the friendliness, and the welcoming environment I was surrounded with when I first entered. Walking into WDH you immediately feel at ease. It's like you aren't even in a hospital; it's clean, calming, and everyone is so friendly and welcoming. My department is a constant learning experience due to the need of radiology throughout the hospital. Anyone thinking of working here…DO IT! You won't regret it. If you're looking for an incredible job, full of wonderful experiences and great staff, don't hold yourself back. "

Registered Nurse


"When I began at WDH I was amazed at the technology and access to resources that are available to me which supports my day to day job function enabling me to be accurate, efficient and collect supportive data to make a difference for the future of the hospital, physicians, staff and our patients. Since being at WDH I have vastly built on my skill set as a Case Manager thanks to the expertise of the physician advisors, my manager and team of seasoned, expert Case Managers. WDH offers, encourages and supports professional growth with a strong team atmosphere. I have been encouraged to become involved in committees that promote positive change within my team. I feel I have a voice and can make a difference for the better.
My career as a Registered Nurse has become a lot clearer since joining my WDH team. I would say to anyone looking to advance his or her career, feel supported and belong to an awesome organization has a commitment to their community health; WDH is the place for you. "

Case Manager


"I chose to come to WDH because of its reputation. I had always heard such great things about the hospital and the staff. Coming here, I have found the teamwork is what I have enjoyed most; the staff have been so welcoming and have treated me like family. I love my job and the management is by far the best I have ever experienced. Anyone thinking of applying to WDH should definitely do it!"

ED Tech


"I did not know what I wanted to pursue as a career, but I knew I wanted to be in the medical field. I took a Phlebotomy course to get my foot in the door and got hired at WDH. Ten years later, I am still here and loving it every day. Not only do I love my coworkers, who have become my close friends, but I love the diversity of my job. Often times I feel people overlook what we do, but not only do we provide compassion and skill in our job to the patients, but we also get to see behind the scenes; working closely with the medical staff ensuring patients are getting accurate results. I feel rewarded at the end of everyday knowing that I have played a role in helping the patients get the proper treatment they need."



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