Under general supervision of the clinical Director, the Exercise Physiologist is responsible and accountable for the delivery of skilled, EKG, Holter monitor, Treadmill testing, skilled cardiac rehabilitation, education and exercise training.
Minimum Education: - Bachelorâs degree in exercise physiology or kinesiology/exercise science.Minimum Experience/Knowledge:- One (1) year EKG experience or 12-Lead EKG course or certification.- Knowledgeable in medical terminology.- One (1) year experience providing safe and effective evidence based exercise programming, preferably with an older adult population.Required License/Certification:- BCLS/ACLS certification required via American Heart Association. - Training certification from nationally recognized body (NSCA, ACSM) or acquired within 6 months of hire.As part of Keck Medicine of USC, USC Verdugo Hills Hospital is the only community hospital in the Foothills area of Los Angeles backed by an academic medical center. With its 40-year legacy of personalized care from expert physicians, experience nurses and a dedicated staff the community has come to know and trust, USCâVHH brings patients the latest medical advancements and 24/7 emergency services. Join this world-class team providing highly-specialized care, up-to-the-minute research and innovative clinical trials.
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