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Cardiovascular Specialist
UM Upper Chesapeake Health


Bel Air, MD
Per Diem
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Job Description
Reporting to the Manager of Interventional Angiography/Cardiac Cath Lab Services, the Cardiovascular Specialist is an integrated position consisting of team members with the following certification or licensure: Registered Radiology Technologist (RTR), or Registered Nurse (RN). The team member is expected to perform a variety of specialized invasive cardiovascular diagnostic and therapeutic procedures that assist in the diagnosis, management, and treatment of cardiovascular disease.The duties of the Cardiovascular Specialist are limited by licensure and state regulations where applicable. The incumbent will function in accordance with the mission and values of University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health.

Required Skills and Certifications
Education & Training: Successful completion of an accredited Radiographic or Nursing program. Must possess a current Maryland license in the employed profession (Nursing or Radiologic Tech). BLS required. ACLS required within 90 days. RTs must also possess a current ARRT certification.Work Orientation & Experience: Previous one year experience in Cardiovascular Imaging or in a Critical Care setting. Newly employed specialists may require up to 6 months of job orientation, training, and competency assessments to perform the full range of duties assigned to the Cardiovascular Specialist.

Cardiovascular Interventional, Radiography/X-Ray


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