St. Mary's General Hospital, located in Passaic, NJ, is a community-based tertiary medical center focused on providing quality, compassionate care. It is an acute care hospital providing a broad range of services including cardiovascular services as well as a comprehensive program for cancer care. The hospital is also a center of excellence for maternal-child health and outpatient behavioral health services. It is the only hospital in Passaic and with over 550 physicians and 1,000 employees, and is one of the largest employers in the county. Every member of the St. Mary's General team is committed to providing respectful, personalized, high-quality care. St. Mary's General Hospital is a member of Prime Healthcare, which has been lauded as a "Top 15 Healthcare System" by Truven Health Analytics. For information, visit www.smh-nj.com.
Under the general direction of the Cardiology Medical Director, will monitor patients' exercise ability and adjust daily exercise sessions to meet physical and psychosocial aspect of care. Ensures all maintenance of exercise equipment and inventory. Monitors par level of supplies. Participates in departmental staff meetings and performance improvement activities and the training of new staff.
Education and Work Experience
1. Graduate or currently enrolled in a Masters Program in a field related to Exercise Science or equivalent with skills and experience in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation.
2. 6 months of recent and relevant experience, preferred
3. Basic Life Support (BCLS) upon hire and maintained current
4. Dysrhythmia Course completion within 30 days of hire
5. ACLS preferred
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