The Clinical Coordinator III will be responsible for assisting the daily clinical operations of the Nuclear Cardiology and Cardiology PET laboratorywithin the Cardiology Division. S/he will triage all clinical questions and concerns from patients, provide education support regarding different cardiac stress protocols, and obtain/review lab results under the direction of the MD. S/he will assist in cardiac imaging research programs and quality improvement projects.
Documenting all clinical information in the electronic health record system.
Monitoring the phlebotomy room and supplies.
Placing orders as needed.
Performing basic procedures as requested by treating physicians, which include administering IV medications and radioisotopes.
Performing electrocardiograms, checking blood pressure, and conducting phlebotomy for designated patients.
Assisting in cardiac imaging research programs and quality improvement projects.
Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus four years of nursing experience.
BLS and ACLS certification required.
Must be a certified RN with a current NYS license.
Must have excellent personal qualities and customer service skills.
Must be a team player.
Highly effective written and verbal communication skills necessary.
Must have experience with data collection and basic analysis.
Four years of experience in cardiology, critical care, or med-surgical nursing preferred.
Must successfully complete systems training requirements.
Participation in Medical Surveillance Program.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 508643
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