Compensation
Range

$62,654 – $82,168

Role in Manitoba’s Health System

Cardiology technologists perform non-invasive cardiac tests – including electrocardiograms, exercise stress testing, and Holter monitoring – to record the cardiac activity of their patients. The results of these tests are used by clinical practitioners to diagnose, monitor, and treat heart disease.

Career opportunities exist across Manitoba in rural, northern and urban settings. Visit the current opportunities page to view job postings or fill out this form to connect with a recruiter.

To learn more about becoming a cardiology technologist, visit the prospective students page.

Nadia, a cardiology technologist, stands in front of a stairwell at Selkirk Regional Health Centre

“I am grateful for the amazing care my father received while he was a cardiac patient and went into this career believing it would be a fulfilling path. Being able to provide that same care to my patients today is an honour.

It’s the greatest feeling when a patient comes back and they let us know, if it wasn’t for you taking me to emergency that day, I wouldn’t have got my stents and I wouldn’t be here.

To know that because of my profession, because I’m trained to read the tracings on these reports, that someone’s mother, father, brother, sister is still around, is very rewarding.”

– Nadia, Cardiology Technologist

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