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Travel Electrophysiology Tech - $2,820 per week in Sacramento, CA

Company: AlliedTravelCareers
Location: Sacramento
Posted on: July 6, 2024

Job Description:

AlliedTravelCareers is working with Amare Medical Network to find a qualified Electrophysiology Tech in Sacramento, California, 95819 Pay Information $2,820 per week About The Position The job of an EP Technician includes placing a cardiac electrophysiology catheter in a patient, reading electrocardiograms, and interpreting the data to help diagnose heart problems. They are responsible for maintaining the equipment in the lab and answering patients' questions about the procedure. 8982582EXPTEMP Job Requirements Required for Onboarding BLS Color Vision Mandatory Exam Core Mandatory Part I Core Mandatory Part II (Allied) Core Mandatory Part III Electrophysiology - Skills Radiology Technologist Top Reasons to Work in Travel Healthcare Adapting to new environments and overcoming challenges cultivates critical thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making skills. The ability to experience different climates and seasons broadens your horizons and enriches your appreciation for the natural world. The autonomy to choose your assignments and locations gives you the freedom to tailor your career path to your personal preferences and goals. Travel assignments often come with sign-on bonuses and incentives, rewarding you for your commitment and dedication to providing quality patient care. Travel healthcare allows you to take sabbaticals and extended breaks between assignments, allowing you to recharge and pursue personal passions.

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