The Queen’s Medical Center is seeking a Cardiac Invasive RADIOLOGIC SPECIAL PROCEDURES TECH!
We are a Magnet facility. Located in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Level 1 Trauma Center, largest acute care hospital with 505 licensed beds.
Only hospital in Hawaii to be certified by MD Anderson Cancer Network®, a program of MD Anderson Cancer Center, to bring world-renowned cancer expertise to patients in the state.
S. News & World Report 2017-18 recognizes The Queen’s Medical Center as a Best Hospital in Honolulu.
Job Summary: • Performs a variety of special radiologic and interventional procedures. • Provides patient care during procedures.
EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE: • Current Hawaii State license as a Radiologic Technologist. • Current BLS/HCP certification. • Current status as a Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS) or one (1) year experience in a cardiac cath lab and special procedures.
• ACLS required within 90 days of entry into the job.
Queen’s also offers world-class benefits, including:
Excellent Medical and Dental Insurance Plans
Generous Retirement Plans – Including a Defined Benefit Pension Plan and 401k Match
Paid Time Off
Basic Life, Long-Term Disability, and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
Flexible Spending Accounts
Employment Assistance Program
The Queen's Medical Center is an EEO/AA Employer
Internal Number: 121268
About Queen’s Health Systems - Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu
The Queen’s Health Systems is dedicated to providing access to comprehensive, high quality care to all the people of Hawaii. The primary practice site for this position will be The Queen’s Medical Center, which serves as the flagship medical center of The Queen’s Health Systems and is the leading medical referral center in the Pacific Basin. It is located in downtown Honolulu and is a non-profit, acute medical care facility. It is the largest private hospital in Hawaii, licensed to operate with 575 acute care beds. The medical center has more than 4,400 employees and over 1,300 physicians on staff.
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