CVT Contact Information
Hi, I’m Angela Sivadon and I am the Director of the Cardiovascular Technology Program at TCC. I began my nursing career as a graduate from the Tulsa Junior College Nursing Program in 1994 and completed my PhD in nursing research at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. I have been a cardiac nurse for the past 21 years and am excited about the new Cardiovascular Technology Program at the TCC Owasso location.
Hi, I’m Julie Hall and I am the Clinical Coordinator for the Cardiovascular Technology Program. I am a graduate of the Radiography Program at Tulsa Community College in 2000. I worked at St. John Medical Center for 16 years, most of them in the cardiac cath lab. I am happy to be a part of this new program and am looking forward sharing my knowledge of the profession with interested students.
If you like working in a challenging environment where every decision you make counts in the lives of those with cardiovascular disease, the CVT program may be right for you. Cardiovascular technologists are health care professionals, under the direction of a qualified physician, who are concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of patients with congenital and acquired heart and blood vessel disease. The invasive cardiovascular technologist is a member of the cardiac catheterization team and assists with coronary angiography, percutaneous coronary intervention, right heart catheterizations, and the implantation of arrhythmia management devices.
If you are interested in working in the health care field and enjoy a fast-paced, teamwork atmosphere, schedule a visit to our CVT lab in Owasso and see what this exciting profession is all about.
Allied Health Services Division
909 S. Boston Tulsa OK 74119
Angela Sivadon, RN, MSN, RCIS, PhD
Julie Hall, BSIS, RT