If you are seeking to join a stable and established organization with high employee and patient satisfaction ratings, then Tri-City Cardiology is for you! Tri-City Cardiology has been serving the healthcare needs of the East Valley for 40 years.
Due to growth, we are looking for a Cardiac Device Specialist to join our dynamic team. This department works closely with highly skilled staff, electrophysiologists and cardiologists to manage cardiac device needs. If you have a strong knowledge base in rhythm recognition, cardiology and implantable cardiac devices, this may be an ideal position for you!
Tri-City Cardiology has a vision “To be among the best providers of cardiovascular care in the entire country and be a place where employees want to work, patients want to receive care and physicians want to practice.”
Consistent with our vision, we constantly strive to improve our employee satisfaction. Tri-City Cardiology has been voted a Top Place to Work by the Phoenix Business Journal. Annual employee satisfaction surveys are conducted to obtain feedback on how we can continue to make Tri-City Cardiology the best place to work.
Join our exceptional Device team in a role that offers clinical and technical growth and development in electrophysiology which is an advancing and stable specialty within the healthcare industry!
This position is responsible for functions within the Device Department to assist the physicians with the management of cardiac devices for the patients of Tri-City Cardiology.
- Conduct initial and follow-up device interrogations and programming to achieve problem resolution in collaboration with and general supervision of a provider and within scope of knowledge at multiple locations.
- Proficient in the use of St Jude, Medtronic, Boston Scientific, Biotronik and ELA programmers.
- Management of remote device checks, alerts and patient enrollment, equipment requests utilizing Merlin, Latitude, Carelink and Biotronik websites.
- Responsible for remaining current on knowledge of implantable ICD’s, pacemakers, loop recorders and CRT/ICM devices for multiple manufacturers.
- To ensure quality management employee utilizes Device Representatives and Providers if an issue is outside the scope of knowledge or general practice.
- Acts as a resource and technical support of the physicians, peers, Device Technician, Clinical Care Coordinator and various support staff within the organization.
- Requires effective collaboration and communication with departmental and interdepartmental team members, company representatives and providers.
- Requires knowledge and ability to review, document and summarize of all acquired device information to be sent to provider for review.
- Assists and is a technical resource for process management of device recalls and advisories.
- Responds to all department emergencies as a BLS/ACLS certified employee.
Note: The essential functions outlined in this job description are intended to describe the general content and requirements of the position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive statement of all duties, responsibilities or qualifications associated with the position.
This position is a safety-sensitive position in accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes § 23-493 (9).