Play a vital role in cardiovascular care. Train for your career as a Cardiovascular Technologist.
Career Type Key Facts
Salary Range Potential:
$75,000 – 120,000+ /YEAR
COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
DEXTERITY, COMPUTER SAVVY, ANALYTICAL THINKING, MATHEMATICS, ATTENTION TO DETAIL, COMMUNICATION, PROBLEM SOLVING
HOSPITALS & CLINICS, PHYSICIANS' OFFICES, EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES, MEDICAL CENTERS, NONINVASIVE CARDIOVASCULAR LABS, ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY LABS, MOBILE DIAGNOSTIC UNITS
Today’s Cardiovascular Technologists are an important part of the cardiovascular care team. As a Cardiovascular Technologist, you will conduct or assist with diagnostic testing on patients’ pulmonary and cardiovascular systems. These tests include cardiac catheterizations, pulmonary functions and lung capacity.
Cardiovascular Technologists work in hospitals, physicians’ offices, educational facilities, noninvasive cardiovascular labs, mobile diagnostic units and other settings.
Hospitals are the primary employer, but employment is expected to grow more rapidly in physicians’ offices and medical diagnostics laboratories.
Employers typically require completion of community college coursework and a certificate program. This could be the perfect career for you, so take a few minutes to learn more about training options in Mississippi.
Cardiovascular Technologist $75,000 – $120,0000%
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