Cath/EP Lab Technologist

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Position Overview

We are currently seeking a Cath/EP Lab Technologist for our Cardiac Cath Lab departments at Evanston and Skokie Hospitals in Evanston and Skokie, IL. This is a full-time position, 40 hours per week, and is benefits eligible. Hours will be scheduled on first shift with on-call and rotating shift times required. May float to all four hospitals as needed.


In this role, you will:

  • Be under the direct supervision of the manager and the overall supervision of the director of Cardiac Electrophysiology.
  • Perform a variety of technical and clinical duties which require independent judgment and self motivation to function as an integrated part of the laboratory team of technicians, nurses and physicians performing diagnostic and interventional electrophysiology procedures.
  • Provide rhythm and hemodynamic monitoring during routine and complex cardiology procedures.
  • Provide monitoring during cardiogenic shock, acute MI, and cardiac arrest
  • Interpret EKG rhythm disorder and hemodynamic abnormalities.
  • Maintain responsibility for proper patient records and procedure logs


Our ideal candidate will have:

  • Two year degree in an allied health field from an accredited school or equivalent.
  • ACLS certification required within three months of employment
  • CPR certification
  • One year Cath Lab or related health care experience preferred.
  • Will become familiar with IABP and systemic and pulmonary hemodynamic waveform recognition

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