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Cardiovascular Electrophysiology Technician, Orlando Regional Medical Center Electrophysiology


Position Summary

Located on the downtown Orlando campus, Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC) has served the Central Florida area for more than 100 years. Orlando Health is a 3,238-bed system that includes 23 hospitals and emergency departments – 18 of which are currently operational with five coming soon. Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center is honored to receive ANCC Magnet Recognition®, the most prestigious distinction a healthcare organization can earn for nursing practice and quality patient care. Research shows that Magnet hospitals and healthcare organizations have better outcomes, patient satisfaction and nurse retention. Orlando Health ORMC is the only adult acute care hospital with Magnet designation in Orlando.


ORMC Electrophysiology Unit

There are four (4) Electrophysiology labs located on the 5B Southeast Expansion area. The patients served range from cardiovascular and electrophysiological diagnoses, requiring acute and chronic care. Comprehensive care is provided for all cardiovascular diseases with majority of patient population from adult and geriatric. Invasive Cardiology procedures provide patient information regarding cardiovascular hemodynamics, cardiac function, structure and physiology.

Performs diagnostic imaging and related procedures to demonstrate anatomy for interpretation and/or intervention for cardiovascular procedures.




    Provides direct patient care.

  • Delivers advanced patient care and demonstrates competency while recognizing patient conditions, age specific needs while ensuring successful completion of procedures and protocols.
  • Serves as a preceptor and/or charge.
  • Presents at least one educational lecture for department per year.
  • Demonstrates knowledge and proficiency in use of Bloom stimulator and physician electrophysiology protocols.
  • Evaluates and independently resolves equipment problems, notifies Biomed and/or equipment company as appropriate to resolve the problem and report the issue to the supervisor.
  • Coordinates the orientation process for new staff and assists in annual clinical review and knowledge updates for the staff.
  • Communicates and collaborates with the medical staff and management to effectively plan and manage the department.
  • Serves as a role model for staff and supports the hospital and department's goals and strategies.
  • Coordinates care and delegates tasks and duties to team members in accordance with the patient's needs and the team member's capabilities and qualifications.
  • Ensures the patient's understanding of procedure performed, provides patient and family education while ensuring the patient's needs, safety, and comfort are met while in the electrophysiology Lab.


A graduate of an accredited school of:

  • Respiratory Care (RRT) or (CRT), or
  • Radiological Technology (RT), or
  • Cardiovascular Technology (CVT)


  • Maintains current BLS and ACLS certification
  • Registered Cardiovascular Electrophysiology Specialist (RCES), A Bachelor's degree in healthcare or science related field may substitute for RCES certification.

The following licensure or certification is required depending on the corresponding education above:

  • CVT--Must have valid Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS). Must maintain 12 CEUs per year or 36 every three years.
  • RRT-- Registered by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC). Licensed by the State of Florida (Department of Health). Renewed Bi-annually.
  • CRT— Certified by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC). Licensed by the State of Florida (Department of Health). Renewed Bi-annually.
  • Rad Tech-- Valid Florida state license renewed every two years required. Valid American registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification. Renewed yearly.

Three (3) years hospital experience in the Electrophysiology Lab required.