Senior-Level Healthcare Professional Skilled and experienced Healthcare profession with over 20 years of combined experience in Electrophysiology, Cardiac Cath Lab, and Radiology, seeking to apply extensive background, ARRT, ACLS, and BLS certification, medical acumen, and ability to confidently interact with medical experts to a position of greater challenge and reward.
Possess exceptional ability, education, and experience to navigate complex healthcare sector, with capability to cultivate and maintain lucrative relationships with key decision makers.
Accomplished professional with the ability to translate healthcare intelligence into profitable solutions.
Able to challenge conventional thought, offer unique perspectives and conceive more innovative solutions.
Collaborate with the cross-functional brand and enterprise-wide teams in execution of the managed markets tactical plan to achieve brand/integrated solutions objectives.
Actively shape thinking on how technology solutions can enable and progress the goals of assigned business functions and the overall organization.
05/2013 to Current
Electrophysiology TechnologistNorthside Hospital – Atlanta, GA
Ensured safety and well-being of patients.
Scrubs: Assists physician with all EP procedures within the sterile field.
Circulates: Performs various functions outside the sterile field.
Monitors patient hemodynamic status.
Administers medications and maintains medication supplies. This task is limited to Registered Nurses only.
Keeps documentation associated with all procedures.
Maintains current clinical/technical knowledge base and skills.
Maintains electrophysiology equipment.
Fulfills required annual clinical and/or hospital related competencies
01/2011 to 05/2012
Clinical Applications SpecialistToshiba America Medical Systems – Atlanta, GA
Act as project manager for the final step in the implementation of a diagnostic imaging modality, including consultations with physicians and clinicians regarding best clinical practices.
Facilitate expert technical training, customer excellence, and represent company and products with professionalism and a focus on delivering a positive customer experience.
Educate customers to operate equipment proficiently and safely, ensuring customer satisfaction.
Coordinate with medical professional to ensure that appropriate protocols are installed and system is operating at performance levels in accordance with published specifications.
Evaluate new and existing systems to ensure that they are performing properly, and provide excellent support service through performance troubleshooting.
Support sales staff as requested to perform sales demonstrations to potential customers, including; basic system.
01/2007 to 01/2011
Electrophysiology TechnologistWellstar Kennestone Hospital – Kennesaw, GA
Acted as first assistant in the scrub role of diagnostic, interventional, and acute procedures.
Maintained asepsis throughout the course of procedures such as ablations, ICD, BiV, and temporary and permanent pacemakers.
Displayed effective utilization of equipment, and became Super user for the portable OEC 9800 C-arm.
Constantly researched ways to maintain EP lab efficiency, by accomplishing departmental goals, cost effective projects and enhancing overall team performance, by being a top performing EP technologist.
Provided training to new EP Lab hires with regard to scrubbing and monitoring.
Developed excellent and helpful rapport with patients, staff, families, and physicians.
Assisted the physician in administering direct/indirect care to patients undergoing invasive cardiac procedures.
Developed advanced clinical practice skills and grew both the clinical and technical applications of devices and equipment used in the EP Lab.
01/2005 to 01/2006
Cardiac Cath SpecialistSt. Joseph Medical Center – Towson, MD
Operated all radiographic equipment and assisted physician to obtain the best quality images.
Assisted physicians in the role of Scrub, and monitored diagnostic and interventional issues with peripherals and temporary and permanent pacemakers.
Responded and assisted medical stall in life-saving emergencies.
Carried out all radiographic imaging, physiologic monitoring and recording, patient care and safety, and physician assistance in the performance of cardiac catherization procedures.
Performed imaging of cardio/vascular procedures at a highly technical level using independent judgment.
Assisted Cardiologist/Specialist during procedures due to superior knowledge of the anatomy, as well excellent knowledge of specialized equipment.
01/2003 to 01/2004
Cardiac Cath Lab Tech InternFuqua Heart Center of Atlanta – Atlanta, GA
Acquired significant on-the-job training to learn proper sterile scrub technique for Left and Right Heart Cath, Rotoblator, Angiojet, and Intra Aortic Balloon Pump (IABP).
Engaged in cardiac monitoring, and anatomy and physiology testing using hemodynamic equipment.
Took part in critical activities such as monitoring, recording, circulating, and operating X-ray equipment.
Received certifications in Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS).
Scrubbed for procedures to provide physician assistance for coronary and electrophysiology procedures and other functions performed according to established policies and procedures.
Demonstrated ability to operate, program, and troubleshoot the electrophysicology recording and pacing and imaging systems and pacemaker insertion devise analysis for key medical decision makers.
Associate of Science: Biology Atlanta Metropolitan State College - Atlanta, GA
Diploma: Grady Hospital School of Radiology Technology - Atlanta, GA
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certification year to present