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Student Cath Lab Technologist

Washington Regional Medical Center

Washington Regional Medical Center

Fayetteville, AR, USA
Posted on Tuesday, April 2, 2024

Job Details

Washington Regional Med. Ctr. - Fayetteville, AR
High School Diploma or GED
Patient Care


Position Summary

The role of the Cath Lab Student Radiological Tech reports to the Cardiovascular Services Manager. This position, under close supervision of a Radiology Tech, is responsible for assisting in the performance of cardiovascular procedures as ordered by the physician.

Essential Position Responsibilities

  • Provide care to patients with procedures in the cardiac Cath lab and electrophysiology lab under supervision and direction of the physician or Radiology Tech
  • Assist with prepping patients and patient care areas for procedures
  • Maintain effective working relationships with internal and external clients
  • Assist with coordinating care between interdisciplinary teams


  • Education: Must be currently enrolled in an accredited radiologic technology program or registry eligible with temporary licensure
  • Licensure and Certifications: CPR, required.
  • Experience: Previous experience of radiologic practices as generally associated with completion of one year of an accredited radiology program, required.

Work Environment: This position spends 70% of time standing and/or walking while pushing, pulling, lifting, and/or carrying up to 50 lbs. This position spends 30% of time sitting while performing work in a standard office environment. This position serves a culturally and linguistically diverse patient population This position will be exposed to body fluids, radiation, and communicable disease.