Sr. Exercise Physiologist - Cardiology Brigham and Women’s Health, Boston MA Full-time
Reporting to Administrative Director of Cardiovascular Procedures, the Sr. Exercise Physiologist assists in the daily activities of clinical exercise studies; works independently on complex exercise evaluation protocols. We are seeking a highly motivated individual who can assist in the organization of clinical databases, keep track of study results, assist on active clinical evaluation protocols, regulatory documentation, patient interviews, recording and tabulating patient data, and general data entry.
The Sr. Exercise Physiologist is responsible for the performance of pulmonary function testing: spirometry, including slow vital capacity (SVC), and maximum voluntary ventilation (MVV). Performs tests and procedures to assess and manage patient condition in accordance with physician. This position attends and participates in hospital educational programs and patient care rounds. Responsibilities will be split approximately 80/20, with 80% CPET cases and associated duties, 20% Cath Lab clinical support where appropriate.
Clinical background: CVT, RT, or Exercise Physiologist
Minimum experience: Prior experience performing cardiopulmonary exercise testing preferred. Experience in an accredited cardiac catheterization lab or related field preferred. Bachelor of Science degree required. Masters educational level required.
Completion of BLS and ACLS certification within 3 months preferred; within 6 months required.
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