St. Luke’s Hospital is one hospital with a laser focus on our patients. We are low on bureaucracy and high on care. Physician-led care teams make decisions based on what’s best for our patients.
When you join the St. Luke’s Hospital team, you become part of a thriving community hospital that has served the greater Toledo area for over a hundred years. There’s good reason why our turnover is so low, as compared with others in our market. We have intentionally built a culture of caring for each other, as we care for our patients. We trust and empower our staff to make decisions and move patient treatment in the right direction. In other words, we recognize the fact that the people we’ve chosen to join our team are intelligent human beings who are here to do their best work.
Located in the charming city of Maumee, Ohio, St. Luke’s Hospital is an ideal environment for medical professionals who want to work with the resources of a large hospital while enjoying the sense of togetherness found in a tight-knit community facility.
Near the Toledo Metro area, St. Luke’s Hospital is conveniently located just off SR 24 (Anthony Wayne Trail). At U.S. 23/I-475.
St. Luke’s Hospital is a nicotine free campus, which includes cigarettes, smokeless tobacco and e-cigarettes.
This is a skilled position that provides on-going surveillance of patient care monitors to detect abnormal pattern variations for patients throughout the institution. Provides Registered Nurses with immediate notification of any changes in cardiac rhythms and/or vital signs. Performs duties with understanding of patient’s specific age factors. Work is performed under general supervision and is subject to inspection during progress and upon completion. Effective performance requires the ability to adjust to new methods, techniques, and procedures.
Maintains a safe work environment.
Monitor central and remote cardiac rhythm patterns on the hospital’s heart monitoring system and records patient information in computerized documentation system(s).
Provide patient rhythm variation and alarm trend reports.
Demonstrate collaboration/cooperation with medical staff and bedside nursing staff.
Documents telemetry monitoring and maintains telemetry supplies.
Performs related accountabilities/responsibilities as required or directed.
Required- Graduate of an associate degree program in cardiovascular technology, health care related field or graduation from an approved school of practical nursing and/or two (2) years relevant experience working in an acute care setting as a trained telemetry monitor technician.
Required- Current certification in CPR.
Preferred - National certification through Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI).
Completion of Basic EKG/Arrhythmia course
Required- Minimum of two (2) years as a monitor technician in a hospital setting or E-ICU
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: . Ability to remain focused and maintain concentration over extended period of time.
Working knowledge of medical terminology.