In other words, he gets paid a lot of money to work in a nice clean environmentHmmm...that's definitely a "dad joke" for sure. I should've known better.
Since you asked...I do diagnostic and interventional cardiology and diagnostic and interventional cardiac electrophysiology. Things like coronary stents...peripheral-vascular stents...pacemaker & defibrillator implants...cardiac ablations to treat arrhythmias. In layman's terms, it's a little bit of plumbing and a little bit of electrical work here and there. Junk like that. It's neat work and can be pretty exciting at times while other stuff can be hours of boredom followed by seconds of terror...which generally increases your "SPF" -- Sphincter Pucker Factor. This year is my 31st year doing this kind of work and I wouldn't have it any other way. It's been a great career!
Just messing with you. Having followed some of my PTs into the cath lab, that is some awesome work to watch for sure! It's really cool when you see those coronary arteries open up.