The 7C/11K Monitor Technician (MT)/HUC is part of the health care team, providing support as the telemetry technician and Health Unit Coordinator. The MT assists nursing staff through constant observation of the telemetry monitoring system. The MT constantly observes hospital-wide telemetry, including rhythm and rate identification, documentation and immediate notification to nursing staff of any changes in the patients telemetry pattern. On 7C/11K, the MTs are cross-trained and serve as HUCs, where they provide unit clerical support, unit communication, and other miscellaneous activities including those outlined in the HUC position description.
At least 75% pass rate on OHSU rhythm interpretation exam in order to be considered
AND (if hired) 100% pass rate on OHSU rhythm interpretation exam within 1 month of hire
Demonstrated proficiency in computer skills and knowledge of medical terminology
Demonstrated effective communication skills
Demonstrated collaboration & team work skills
Ability to sit for long periods of time
Able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation
Current allied health science student with completion of a medical-surgical clinical rotation
Paramedic, EMT, EKG Technician, CNA, or military medic experience.
One (1) year experience as Telemetry Tech in an acute care facilit
Current unencumbered Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certification
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