Catholic Health Initiatives Resident in HOUSTON, Texas
Telemetry House Officers are responsible for the initial evaluation and manage of patients admitted to their area of coverage by members of the Teaching Medical Service (TMS). In their area of coverage, Telemetry House Officers will also provide cross coverage management to patients admitted by members of TMS. They are not responsible for initial evaluation and management of patients admitted to their area of coverage by physicians who are not members of the TMS but will provide cross coverage management to those patients if there is a TMS member consulting on the case. Telemetry House Officers will provide cross coverage management in their area of coverage to all patients, both teaching and non-teaching, in emergency situations. Telemetry House Officers are responsible for notifying members of the TMS of any significant change in the status of their patients.
Respond to all codes occurring on patients in your areas of coverage.
Responsible for initiating admitting notes and admitting orders on all patients admitted to the Teaching Medical Service (TMS) to those units under your coverage unless otherwise specified by the admitting staff physician.
Responsible for timely evaluation of new medical problems as they occur on any TMS patient within those locations under your coverage.
Responsible for being physically present in the hospital during the entire telemetry shift. During a telemetry shift you will not have concurrent clinical responsibilities.
Responsible to do cross-coverage for non-teaching patients admitted to the Telemetry Service in emergency situations. Emergency situations include but not limited to: chest pain, shortness of breath, hypotension, arrhythmias, and altered mental status.
Other duties as assigned.
Education and Licensure
- Texas Medical License, DEA, DPS, ACLS
1 Year Medical Residency in Internal Medicine
Approval from Program Director for Moonlighting
Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Telemetry House Officers should be capable of evaluating and managing patients with problems admitted to Internal Medicine Service. They should be skilled at interpreting and managing typical arrhythmias found in patients admitted to a Telemetry bed. They should be ACLS certified and be capable of initiating emergency care.
The above statements reflect the general details considered necessary to describe the essential functions of the job as identified, and s
Primary Location TEXAS-HOUSTON-ST LUKES MEDICAL CENTER
Daily Schedule 1
Scheduled Hours per 2-week Pay Period 0
Weekends Required Occasional
Req ID: 2018-R0152739