Led by our Medical Director, Assoc Prof Harry Mond, our clinical team oversees 500k+ cardiac studies each year in ECG, Holter and Ambulatory BP services, delivering the highest reporting standards under our proprietary Quality Assurance system Learn more.
With 30+ years of medical excellence and leading technology, we offer excellent career development and ongoing education opportunities within our strong team environment.
Cardiac Technician required for various non-invasive cardiac testing and analysis. Experienced technicians looking to join our excellent working environment, will also benefits from:
Reporting to the Operations Manager, your responsibilities will include non-invasive cardiac testing and analysis, liaising with Cardiologists and clients & quality assurance related duties.
From our first foundations, led by cardiologists – including our founder and Medical Director Dr Harry Mond – we’ve always looked at advances that deliver faster, higher quality cardiac data.
This single idea, to speed up diagnosis to get to the heart of the matter for cardiologists and their patients, led us to BeatBox, our global cardiac platform.
Developed to meet own growing demand, it solved challenges of manual handling, error risks and time lag communication – and instead made mobile cardiac reporting and instant data access possible.
Today, we deliver among the fastest turnarounds on volume cardiac data globally and our medical knowledge remains at our core, with quality assurance standards that remain unmatched.
Now in eight countries, including the United Stated, Australia, United Kingdom and Asia, we continue to grow to meet demand for our leading cardiac monitoring services.
2020 has served a plethora of different clinical cases where we've explored and analysed fascinating conditions from Atrial Fibrillation, Wenckeback AV block to bizarre cases of dual chamber pacing. To wrap up 2020, we've rounded up the top 10 cases by order of popularity.Read more
New miniaturized waterproof devices shifted the conversation in cardiac monitoring a few years ago. No longer restricted by large, cumbersome devices and wired electrodes, patients were now fitted with lightweight wearable Holters – remaining comfortable, even showering and exercising, for longer periods of up to...Read more
As a relatively new indication for ambulatory ECG monitoring, the use of Holters for detection of atrial fibrillation in patients with cryptogenic stroke can be limiting without appropriate investigation methods. As part of Stroke Month, Medical Director Assoc Prof Harry Mond shares this clinical note...Read more
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, facility resources continue to be stretched. While most of these resources are being focused on responding to the coronavirus, other essential health services, including cardiac services, are important for patients to access. Cardiovascular disease remains the number one cause of...Read more
Cardiac Monitoring Service provides this Service Impact Statement for customers needing to manage COVID-19 and its emerging impacts in our health sector. We will continue to keep you notified of any changes to our services, as we remain focused on continued service at this time....Read more