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Senior Cardiac Physiologist ( B6)- Wimpole street

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
£42,471 to £50,364 a year £42,471 - £50364 p.a. inclusive of HCA + RRP £5275
Closing date
21 May 2024

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This is an exciting prospect for an motivated and enthusiastic, highly Specialised Cardiac Physiologist to join our clinic at a time of further growth and development. The successful candidate will be responsible for the day-to-day clinical running of the Non-Invasive service and the further development of this facility to ensure we are at the forefront of evolving diagnostic strategies.

The team operates a flexible shift working pattern to meet the needs of the clinic (8am - 8pm) while maintaining a positive work/life balance for employees. The clinic is based in the bustling Bond Street/Oxford street area, with easy commuter access and a wide variety of restaurants/shops in close proximity.

Main duties of the job

The non-invasive department is a small team that offers pacing, exercise testing and ambulatory HR/BP monitoring and analysis. The main duties of this position include but are not limited to: Holter/event fitting and analysis, leading of ETT's independently, performing/reporting CPETs (desirable but not essential, as full training can be provided), stock management and equipment services.

About us

Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals is the UK's largest post-graduate specialist heart and lung centre, with an international reputation as a centre of excellence. In February 2021, The Royal Brompton and Harefield joined Guys and St Thomas' bringing together world leading expertise in the care and research of heart and lung disease.

In 2016, the trust launched its private outpatient and diagnostic facility located in the Harley Street medical area. Our private care services are built on the dedication of NHS services at Royal Brompton and Harefield hospitals, which have a long history of advancing heart and lung care. Stories of innovation, collaboration and progress that continue today with our world-class consultants and services.

The Trust offers a supportive and respectful environment providing you with the opportunity to develop your skills in a progressive and expanding organisation and supporting your career development by offering internal and external training opportunities.

Job description

Job responsibilities

To perform a range of non-invasive cardiology investigations including but not limited to:
  • Holter/event monitoring and analysis
  • Exercise Tolerance Testing
  • Cardio-Pulmonary Exercise Testing
  • Performs stock rotation and orders where necessary to meet sufficient par levels
  • Manage the daily running and operation of non-invasive service dealing with any staff or patient related enquires both clinical or non-clinical when required.

Person Specification

Personal Qualities


  • Ability to work within a team and independently


  • Empathy with both staff and patients
  • Understanding of other people or department needs.

Skills and Abilities


  • Technical skills enabling measurement and analysis of physiological parameters.


  • Prior Experience of Pacenet ( Pacing database).
  • Understanding of stock rotation and ordering.

Experience and knowledge


  • Experience in wide range of non-invasive techniques involved in assessment and therapy provision for patients with cardiac disease, including but not limited to CPET, ETT, Holter /event monitor fitting and analysis.
  • Experience of CRM follow up


  • Independent CRM follow up
  • Previous remote monitoring experience

Education and qualifications


  • BSc Clinical Physiology (PTP or older style BSc) or recognised equivalent qualifications with knowledge & experience.
  • At least 3 year post qualification experience
  • Immediate Life Support (ILS)


  • BHRS/IBHRE accreditation
  • RCCP/HCPC registered/eligible

Employer details

Employer name

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust


Wimpole street




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