Locum Cardiac Physiologist Careers Toolkit - The Definitive Guide To Working as a Locum Cardiac Physiologist

9 February  •  Locum
Locum Cardiac Physiologist Careers Toolkit - The Definitive Guide To Working as a Locum Cardiac Physiologist

Cardiac physiologists specialise in studying, testing and assessing heart health. Their role in the world of healthcare has grown in importance in recent years, as we improve our ability to diagnose and treat various heart conditions. Unfortunately, due to a shortfall of skills and staff, the healthcare industry has relied on locum cardiac physiologists to keep the quality of care up - making these workers unsung heroes of healthcare and the NHS. If you’re interested in working as a locum cardiac physiologist, then our guide aims to provide you with all of the information you need to get started. So, let’s dive into our definitive guide to working as a locum cardiac physiologist.

About Cardiac Physiology in the UK

Cardiac physiology is a field of healthcare that looks to test, diagnose and treat patients with heart conditions. Cardiac physiologists perform various tests such as echocardiograms and blood pressure measurements to effectively gauge heart health. Their work spans both patient-facing environments and laboratory work, making it quite a varied job. In certain hospitals, cardiac physiologists are also responsible for setting up and running clinics to monitor things like heart valve disease or chest pain in patients.

Most cardiac physiologists work with the National Health Service (NHS), but there are also many private research institutions that utilise their skills and expertise. If you’re interested in working as a cardiac physiologist, you will need to hold a relevant degree in cardiac physiology and register with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

What is Locum Work?

Locum work, sometimes known as agency work, is a specific type of working arrangement that lets you choose your own assignments. For cardiac physiologists, locuming offers many different benefits that make it a worthwhile approach to working. So, to help you decide whether or not it’s right for you, let’s go over a few of the benefits associated with locum work:

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