Cardiovascular Technician Jobs Howard Beach NY

Local resource for cardiovascular technician jobs in Howard Beach. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to medical schools, cardiovascular technician degree programs, cardiology courses, and hospital job listings, as well as advice and content on finding a career in healthcare.

Personnel Options, Inc.
(212) 710-3585
1603 Avenue U Ste 200
Brooklyn, NY
Type of Service
temporary, temporary/part time, part time

Sound Advice Consulting Services
(212) 696-0852
139 E 35th St Apt 7K
New York, NY
Type of Service
long-term, part time

Mitchell Martin
(212) 943-1404
80 Wall St
New York, NY
Main Industries / Positions
Information Technology, Healthcare

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National Employer Services
(212) 766-0150
1 Liberty Plaza 23 Fl
New York, NY
Type of Service
temporary, temporary/part time, payroll

Empire Staffing
(516) 487-1147
500 Northern Blvd
Great Neck, NY
Main Industries / Positions

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gotham per diem, Inc.
(212) 477-3600
75 Maiden Lane
New York, NY
Main Industries / Positions
Healthcare, Service

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Green Key Resources LLC
(212) 683-7121
475 Park Ave S Fl 7
New York, NY
Type of Service
temporary, long-term, temporary/part time, part time, payroll

Ambition 24 Hours Inc
666 3rd Ave
New York, NY
Type of Service

The TemPositions Group of Companies
(212) 490-7400
420 Lexington Ave Rm 2100
New York, NY
Type of Service
temporary, long-term, temporary/part time, part time, managed services, payroll

Goodwill Industries, Inc.
(212) 986-9566
219 E. 44th Street
New York, NY
Main Industries / Positions
Healthcare, Admin & Clerical, Other

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Cardiovascular Technician

How to become a Cardiovascular Technician

Cardiovascular technicians and technologists can be trained in a number of different ways. Some cardiovascular technicians and technologists receive on the job training, but most receive training in a vocational school or a community college. Two to four year programs are common, with two year programs at a community or junior college being the way that most cardiovascular technicians and technologists are trained. Four year programs are becoming much more popular, however. First the core classes are taken and then the aspiring technician or technologist receives specialized instruction in his or her area.

The Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Professionals (CAAHP) accredits education programs for cardiovascular technicians and technologists. After a program is completed, the cardiovascular technician or technologist can receive additional on the job training.

What does a Cardiovascular Technician do?

Cardiovascular Technicians and technologists assist cardiologists with patients. They may schedule appointments, perform procedures such as ultrasounds or cardiovascular procedures, maintain files, and explain different cardiovascular tests to patients. There are three areas of specialty for cardiovascular technicians and technologists:

Vascular technology involves circulatory disorders, and cardiovascular technicians who work in vascular technology are known as vascular technologists. These technologists take the medical history from patients, take the patient's pulse, and to help with different vascular tests.

Invasive cardiology is another area in which cardiovascular technicians work, referred to as cardiology technologists. Cardiovascular technicians working in invasive cardiology help cardiologists with cardiac catheters, which can be used for diagnosis and treatment of many cardiac problems. They may also assist with procedures such as open heart surgery.

Non-invasive cardiology is the final area in which a cardiovascular technician or technologist may work. Cardiovascular technologists who work in this area assist with tests that are non-invasive, such as sonograms and ultrasounds.

What skills or qualities do I need to become a Cardiovascular Technician?

Cardiovascular technicians and technologists need a variety of skills and qualities to be good at their job. They must be good with various diagnostic tools and gadgets, as there are many different tools used in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular problems and illnesses. In addition, cardiovascular technicians should be good with people, since most of their work will be directly with patients, and they may work with patients who are distressed or have just received bad news.. A cardiovascular technician will usually need to communicate well with both the physician and the patients.

What do Cardiovascular Technicians make?

Cardiovascular technicians made a median annual salary of $42,300...

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