Responsible for performing radiographic diagnostic procedures and for selecting technique factors and positioning.
Under the supervision of the Diagnostic Radiology Manager, responsible for performing diagnostic procedures on an assigned shift as scheduled.
The employee is subject to call back and overtime as required by the hospital.
Performs all high-quality radiographic procedures on patients of varying ages.
Proficient use of all diagnostic radiographic equipment.
Operation and care of computerized processing system.
Provides an explanation for pre and post-instruction to patients.
Assists the radiologist and physicians in performing radiographic procedures or tasks.
Practices and maintains safety regulations established or required and completes incidents reports.
Ensures the proper segregation and safe disposal of hazardous pharmaceutical waste.
Contributes to a positive work climate and the overall team effort of the department.
Skills and proficiency in the technical field of Radiologic Technology. Such proficiency is acquired through completion of a formal education program in Radiologic Technologic (ARRT) that is accredited by AMA.
LICENSURE, REGISTRATION, CERTIFICATION:
Current CPR certification.
Responsible for maintaining a current license with the ARRT.
Is proactive and ensure the availability of a current license, does not let the license lapse at the end of the birth month. Notifies any know problems with their license immediately to the Director.
Proficiency in performing MRI.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Consistently smiles and is pleasant to patients, visitors, and co-workers. Cheerfully adheres to and promotes the "Quality Plus" and departmental "Service Excellence" expectations standards.
Must demonstrate computer skills necessary to interact with a Radiology Information System (RIS) and Picture Archive Communication System (PACS).