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How to become a Cath Lab RN

As with any other nursing specialty, the first step to becoming a Cardiac Cath Lab RN is to graduate with an Associates degree or Bachelors degree in nursing and pass your NCLEX-RN to become licensed as a Registered Nurse. What’s next? Because the Cath Lab is more advanced, many healthcare facilities prefer to hire more experienced nurses…

January 22, 2019
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How to become a Cath Lab Tech — Part 2

This is the second article of a two-part series on becoming a Cath Lab Tech. There are two different paths that can be taken when pursuing a career as a Cath Lab Tech; the second is through a Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS) certification from Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI). What’s the difference between an RCIS…

January 9, 2019

Acquiring a medical license through the IMLC

Updated as of February 8, 2019. The licensing process used to be pretty easy. Physicians would graduate from medical school, complete their residency and maybe a fellowship or two, get a job and a state license, and then stay in one place for the majority of their career. But thanks to growing physician demand and…

January 7, 2019

Meet the Team: Administrative Assistant, Rebecca Cornell

How long have you been with CardioSolution? What did you do before this? I’ve been at CardioSolution for a year and a half now! Prior to my role here, I was a Safety & Recruiting Administrator. I enforced compliance company-wide for all drivers, ran all necessary checks per Department Of Transportation regulations, and recruited contract…

December 20, 2018

Managing burnout during the holiday season

The holidays are here and the year is coming to an end. Everywhere you look, there are twinkling lights, shopping, and holiday gatherings galore. This time of year creates a whirlwind of emotions that can leave anyone feeling burned out, physicians especially. While many industries slow down during the holiday season, healthcare does not. As…

December 12, 2018