Department Name CENTRAL MONITORING Job Description POSITION SUMMARYNonexempt (Hourly - Eligible for overtime) To observe patient monitors and report significant changes or abnormal patterns of heart rhythms to registered nurse.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTSHigh School diploma or GED and completion of Cardiac Arrhythmia Course required.
CORE JOB RESPONSIBILITIES AND SKILLSLogs patient data on an hourly basis and whenever necessary in the rhythm log book.
Records maintenance issues in maintenance log book and notifies appropriate personnel.
Restocks monitor area prior to end of each shift.
Ensures an organized work environment for assigned area.
Observes monitors, identifies significant rhythm changes and notifies patient's nurse of the data.
Records strips on patients each shift with significant changes.
Labels patient ECG strips and rhythm sheets and maintains in patient's chart.
Other Requirements CONTACTSToddler:
1 year and 1 day - 3 years Adolescent:
12 years and 1 day - 18 years Geriatric:
60 years and 1 day or older Young Adult:
18 years and 1 day - 28 years Preschool:
3 years and 1 day - 5 years School:
5 years and 1 day - 12 years Neonate:
Birth - 1 year Adult:
28 years and 1 day - 60 yearsPHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS / ENVIRONMENTBody Fluid Exposure:
No Twist Occasionally, up to 20% of the time Carry/Lift SUPERVISORY / BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIESNo fiscal responsibility.
No supervisory responsibility.
Preferred Qualifications LICENSES / CERTIFICATIONS / REGISTRATIONSNone specifiedKNOWLEDGE / SKILLS / ABILITIESWritten and verbal communication skills Ability to multi-task Interpersonal skills Ability to operate various office machines including printers, computers and various software packages Analytical skillsPosition Status Regular Shift Nights Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time Hours Per Week 36 Location Princeton Baptist Medical Center Address Line 1 701 Princeton Ave State Alabama City Birmingham Zip Code 35211 Auto req ID 1804BR Removal Date 03-Apr-2015

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