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Job Description: Interventional Pediatric Radiologist, Ped Radiology (Physician, Pediatrics) Nemours Children’s Specialty Care, Jacksonville, is currently seeking an Interventional Pediatric Radiologist to join seven Radiologists with CAQs in pediatric radiology. Nemours is a pediatric tertiary care subspecialty clinic located in Jacksonville, Florida. The position involves full-time responsibilities as an attending Interventional Radiologist at our freestanding outpatient facility and at Wolfson Children’s Hospital. Wolfson is a 216-bed pediatric hospital where all imaging modalities are utilized. An opportunity for academic appointment to the Mayo Medical School is available. Interested candidates should forward their formal CV and references to: Debbie J Merinbaum, MD Chairman, Department of Medical Imaging Nemours Children’s Clinic 807 Children’s Way, Jacksonville, FL 32207 dmerinbaum@nemours.org Jacksonville is Florida’s River City by the Sea. With 840 square miles, it is the largest city in the United States. It is a city that still has a small town atmosphere, but has grown to become a sophisticated business city with a penchant for culture, sports and exceptional quality of life. EverBank Field, home of the Jacksonville Jaguars, hosted the 2005 Super Bowl. Often referred to as a “Gracious Southern Lady,” Jacksonville is blessed with a natural beauty, located on the northeast tip of Florida. Tucked in and around boundless acres of water, this is Florida’s First Coast. The area is home to over 35 miles of sandy, white beaches; more than 55 world-class golf courses, including the Stadium Course at Sawgrass, home of the legendary 17th hole; beautiful state parks; luxurious spas and resorts. Cultural attractions include the Jacksonville Symphony; the Florida Theatre, which offers national performers on stage nearly every night of the year; touring Broadway shows; and the Museum of Science and History. With a mild year-round climate, Jacksonville offers a wide array of leisure activities for everyone to enjoy, including golf, tennis, boating, deep-sea fishing, kayaking, horseback riding, shopping and much more! With three clinic locations in the Jacksonville area, Nemours is a leading provider of pediatric specialty care in north Florida with many of our pediatric specialists regularly recognized as the “Best Doctors in America®.” We offer comprehensive, family-centered care in more than 30 pediatric specialties. Several of those specialties, offered in collaboration with Wolfson Children’s Hospital, have been named among the best in the country by U.S. News & World Report. As an equal opportunity employer, Nemours is committed to focusing on the best-qualified applicants for our openings. Don’t miss out on important health care news and updates from Nemours – connect with us on… Facebook (Fan Page) | YouTube | Twitter | Flickr Career, Employment, Jobs, Opening, Occupation, Compensation, Salary, Hospital, Health Care, Healthcare, Medical, Clinical, Pediatrics, Pediatric, Children, Child, Neonatal, Adolescent, Allergy, Allergist, Anesthesiology, Anesthesiologist , BC, BE, BE/BC, Board, Brain, Cardiac, Cardiology, Cardiologist, Cardiovascular, Cardiothoracic ,Care, Career, Certified, Child, Children, Clinical, Compensation, Congenital, Consultant, Cord, Critical, Cytogenetics, Cytopathology, Dermatologist, Dermatology, Dermatopathology, Diabetes, Diagnostic, Disabilities, Diseases, DO, Doctor, Doctor, Ear Nose Throat, ENT, ED,ER, Electrophysiology, Eligible, Emergency, Employment, Endocrinology, Endocrinologist, Failure, Family, Family, Fellow, Fellowship, Gastroenterology, Gastroenterologist, General, Genetics, GP, Hand, Head, Health, Healthcare, Heart, Hematology, Hematologist, Hepatology, Hospital, Hospitalist, Immunologist, Immunology, Infectious, Informatics, Injury, Internal, Internist , Interventional, Jobs, MD, Medical, Medicine, Metabolism, Neck, Neonatal, Neonatologist, Nephrology, Nephrologist, Neurodevelopmental, Neurological, Neuromuscular, Neuropathology, Neurophysiology, Neuroradiology, Neurosurgeon, Neurology, Neuropsychologist, Neurotology, Nuclear, Occupation, Occupational, Oncology, Oncologist, Opening, Ophthalmology, Ophthalmologist, Optometrist, Optometry, Osteopathic, Otolaryngologist, Otolaryngology, Pediatric, Pediatrician, Pediatrics, Perinatal, Perioperative, Physical, Physician, Plastic, Practice, Practitioner, Preventive, Psychiatry, Psychiatrist, Public, Pulmonary, Pulmonology, Pulmonologist, Radiology, Radiologist, Rehabilitation, Research, Rheumatology, Rheumatologist, Salary, Sleep, Specialist, Spinal, Sports, Surgeon, Surgery, Surgical, Thoracic, Toxicology, Transplant, Trauma, Urology, Urology, Urologist, Vascular

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Job Description: CT (CatScan) Tech needed for SW Houston Supplemental Healthcare is searching for qualified CT Techs' for upcoming day and nights shift rotations (11p-7a) for a minimum of 6 weeks to ongoing with one of our clients, a major Hospital Organization in South West Houston. For more information and to apply, please contact Amber Mitcehll or Matt Fehr @ SHC Houston. Brief Job Description is below. *Positioning patients for CT scans using immobilization and protective equipment as necessary *Appropriately setting the controls of the related equipment, monitoring equipment and patient, making adjustments as necessary *Assisting radiologist with imaging procedures, starting IVs, and injecting contrast, if applicable *Dispensing oral contrast to patients for CT scans *Assisting radiologist with interventional CT procedures *Evaluating CT scans for technical quality, collating processed images in sequence of exposure and appropriately labeling *Scheduling patients for procedures and assisting with some clerical functions *Charging procedures and supplies used to the patient record *Loading and operating power injections for contrast media administration *Maintaining accurate patient records for all procedures performed, maintaining patient confidentiality, and adhering to all HIPAA standard

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Job Description: CT MRI Technician PRN CT MRI Tech - PRN (As Needed)   Job Summary\: Performs superior / quality CT & MRI scans on all ages under the direction of a Radiologist. Maintains a safe and therapeutic diagnostic environment based on practice standards, magnet safety guidelines. Participates in departmental Improvement Activities.   Education/Experience Required\: Graduate of AMA approved school of Radiology Technologist. Registered with the state of Texas. High School graduate or GED required.    Licensure/Certification Required\:  Must be certified by the ARRT and / or appropriate state licensure and have six month supervised clinical MRI scanning; or, if the technologist was performing MRI prior to 1996, must have competence assessed by radiologist. Maintains Healthcare Provider BLS certification   Knowledge, Skills & Abilities\:  Magnet Safety; CT competence preferred. Must be able to take call and respond to acute care needs.

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Job Description: MRI Tech Work Schedule\: Monday-Friday 12p-8\:30p plus call   Operates Magnetic Resonance Imaging equipment to produce clinical diagnostic MRI studies as directed by physician and/or radiologist following established standards and practices. * One year MRI experience * Current ARRT (MR) * Current Texas State License * Current BLS issued by the American Heart Association

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Job Description: MRI Technologist PRN MRI Tech - PRN (As Needed)   Performs superior/quality MRI scans on all ages under the direction of a Radiologist Maintains a safe and therapeutic diagnostic environment based on practice standards, magnet safety guidelines Participates in departmental Improvement Activities Requirements\: Graduate of AMA approved school of radiology technology ARRT MRT State of Texas MRI Certification through ARRT required by December 31. 2012 Current American Heart Association BLS provider. If current employee participating in a cross-training program, all training will be completed under direct supervision of registered technologist. Certification in alternate modality is required within 6 months of completion of training.

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Job Description: ARRT Radiology Tech   Work Schedule\: Full-Time Days, Rotating Weekends Performs superior/quality diagnostic images under the guidance of a Radiologist on all ages Maintains a safe and therapeutic diagnostic radiological environment based on practice standards, radiation safety guidelines that include monitoring. Participates in departmental Performance Improvement activities Job Requirements Include\: Graduate of AMA approved school of radiology technology ARRT, MRT State of Texas Current American Heart Association BLS provider. If current employee participating in a cross-training program, all training will be completed under direct supervision of registered technologist. Certification in alternate modality is required within 6 months of completion of training.

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Job Description: Special Procedures Technol ogist PRN Capital Regional Medical Center is a 198-bed acute care hospital with 44 additional beds currently being built and will be ready for patients in early 2013. Capital Regional offers a Comprehensive Breast Center, Cancer Center, Family Center, an accredited Chest Pain Center, 24/7 Emergency Services, Heart & Vascular Services, Surgical Services and more.   To learn more about Capital Regional Medical Center please visit\: www.MoreCareerChoices.com /northflorida   POSITION SUMMARY\: Under general supervision, the Special Procedures Technologist will cooperate with the Interventional Radiologist, nurses, anesthesia personnel and all staff members to ensure a safe outcome for the patient. The Special Procedures technologist will perform after hours call including availability to answer questions regarding service. He/she will operate the technical imaging equipment related to patient care imaging, image processing, image transmission, importing of images and all aspects of the Radiology Information System as required of the Special Procedures technologist. The Special Procedures Technologist will perform imaging procedures using standardized protocols, producing the highest quality images for interpretation by the Radiologist. He/she will assist the Radiologist with special procedures to include the administration of contrast media, procedure/room set up and assist with biopsies/drainages, procure lab specimens as directed by the Radiologist. The special procedures technologist is required to know sterile technique and perform as a "scrub tech" for the radiologist. The special procedures technologist will be responsible for the maintenance and preventative maintenance of the special procedures room. He/she will order and maintain all supplies and be responsible for monitoring expiration dates. The Special Procedures Technologist will assure that charge reconciliation has been performed daily. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS\: 1. Selects and operates equipment, selecting proper technical factors on an individual patient basis, selects proper film size or given exam. Ensures proper identification and collimation, using appropriate markers, verifies the proper labs needed and that the lab values are within the limits specified by the Radiologist. 2. May assist in the use of a variety of equipment or procedure not routinely taught. 3. Handles equipment in a responsible, professional manner. 4. Transfers and properly position patients for examinations in order to obtain desired radiographic results according to physician specifications. Provides immobilization as required and protection in accordance with prescribed safety standards. 5. Assists physician during special procedures, working with specialized equipment. Assists physicians in performance of examinations by programming injectors, administering opaque media, holding and turning patients, assisting in sterile procedures. 6. Demonstrates Customer Service principles and behaviors appropriately. 7. Receives verbal orders for examination from a responsible practitioner in keeping with their state license. 8. Adheres to prescribed standards for Radiation Safety. Participates in Quality Improvement and Safety Programs. 9. Performs a variety of clerical tasks to include; pulling jackets, inputting/editing exams, and completion of requisition prior to setting films to be read. 10. Takes advantage of opportunities for continuing education as provided by the department or seminars available for the various specialties, cross training in specialized areas. 11. Ensures appropriate recording of hours worked, adhering to hospital policy. 12. Actively seeks ways to control costs without compromising patient safety, qualify of care or the services delivered. 13. Demonstrates knowledge of the occurrence reporting system. Uses system to report potential patient safety issues. 14. Follows established guidelines for reporting a significant medical error or unanticipated outcome in the patient's care which results in patient harm. 15. Attends in-service presentations and completes all mandatory education requirements. 16. Uses Performance Improvement Plan to improve patient safety. 17. Regular, punctual and dependable attendance. 18. Other duties as assigned. 19. Coordinate special procedures exams with nurses, physicians, and the various imaging modalities needed. PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS\: A. Core Competencies\: 1. Service\: Strives to meet expectations/needs of customers; responds to concerns with sense of urgency; seeks win-win solutions for unreasonable patient/customer expectations 2. Quality/Ethics/Integrity\: Seeks opportunities for improvement; prevents small problems from becoming large ones; pays attention to detail; follows instructions and protocol/procedures; adheres to company code of conduct; maintains integrity in all aspects of his/her work 3. Relationships\: Builds effective working relationships; finds and provides information to clarify situations; expands on original ideas; contributes own ideas; places high priority on other team members' goals; gains team agreement to support ideas; clearly explains rationale behind ideas/goals; demonstrates sensitivity to differing cultural views and needs; meets attendance and punctuality requirements 4. Adaptability\: Seeks to understand changes in work tasks/processes; actively seeks information about new tasks/processes; treats change and new tasks/processes as opportunities for learning and personal growth; speaks positively about changes to others; quickly modifies behavior to deal effectively with change B. Job Specific\: As defined in department specific competencies    EDUCATION REQUIRED AND/OR PREFERRED\: * Associate Degree or equivalent in Radiological Technology required LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION\: * ARRT registry required * State of Florida license required * BLS - AHA Healthcare Provider required * ACLS - AHA Healthcare Provider required EXPERIENCE REQUIRED OR PREFERRED\: * Must be able to demonstrate sterile technique and be able to coordinate care between multiple modalities that need special procedures. * Possess skill in 1 or additional areas and be assigned the majority of scheduled hours in that area Required

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Job Description: Diagnostic Imaging of Salem is currently recruiting for a full-time, MRI/CT Technologist. We offer a competitive wage and an excellent benefits package including medical, dental, and 401(k).  Website: www.salemimaging.com DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Receives and interprets examination and/or clerical requests from medical practitioners for MRI and CT examinations to be performed on patients Determines, and/or follow the direction of the Radiologist, the appropriate imaging techniques which will provide diagnostic information for the referring physician.  Is able to follow prescribed directives to produce accurate MRI/CT scans Follows all safety standards set for MRI, CT, and other diagnostic imaging equipment required by state and/or federal law Efficiently manages workflow of Radiology Information System (RIS) and Picture Archival and Communication System (PACS) systems Ensures thorough data acquisition and information gathering for proper functioning of RIS/PACS for each examination performed.  Verifies all necessary data is present prior to closing each examination in the RIS/PACS systems Explains procedures to patients and make sure that any concerns about the contraindications of MRI and CT are addressed and understood.  Obtains accurate information for all patient consent forms.  Includes Radiologist review with patients when necessary Prepares films for interpretation for Radiologist when necessary.  Assembles and digitizes film studies to be included in PACS for comparison/interpretation by the Radiologist Orders the materials/supplies needed for MRI and CT exams.  Insures that PAR level inventories are maintained and that excessive inventory is avoided Assists the Administrator with state and other agency accreditation, as needed   MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS: Minimum 2 year American Medical Association (AMA) approved radiology program approved for American Registry for Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and State licensure Minimum three years of experience in MRI and CT ARRT license with advanced certification in MRI (MR) and CT (CT) required Oregon Board of Medical Imaging (OBMI) license eligible.  Successful candidate will be required to obtain OBMI certification immediately upon acceptance of offered position Adaptability; following Policies and Procedures; flexibility Strong knowledge of cross sectional anatomy required   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: Knowledge of federal and state regulations regarding diagnostic imaging equipment and radiation protection Knowledge of standard MRI protocols and procedures including MRA and breast imaging. Knowledge of advanced MRI protocols required Knowledge of CT protocols and procedures including CTA and virtual imaging.  Knowledge of advanced CT protocols required Ability to troubleshoot and correct problems with image quality.  Strong understanding of high resolution imaging as well as signal to noise improvement necessary   HOW TO APPLY FOR POSITION: Email resume to:     jenniferw@diaradiology.org  Mail resume to: Attn: Jennifer Whybark, HR Director Diagnostic Imaging Associates, Inc. 1165 Union St. NE, Ste. 100 Salem, OR 97301

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Job Description: Ultrasound Technician - Breast Center - Per Diem Performs diagnostic ultrasound procedures and assists radiologist in interpretation of all procedures to all pt populations, demonstrating competency based upon the area of assignment; as well as the ability to work with pts growth and development. High school or GED BLS Graduate of an AMA approved school of diagnostic ultrasound Must have ARDMS and RVT

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Job Description: Radiology Technician / FT Nights POSITION SUMMARY\: Under the direction of the Radiologist, performs Radiology Services procedures at a technical level requiring no constant supervision of technical detail. Performs a variety of technical procedures that will require independent judgement, with ingenuity and initiative to apply prescribed ionizing radiation. Assumes responsibility for designated areas or procedures required. Recognizes the purpose employment is to prioritize the patient as number one, and to put forth the utmost quality as a Technologist. Performs examinations on patients of various ages from pediatric to geriatric.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS\: 1.      Selects and operates equipment, selecting proper technical factors on an individual patient basis, selects and loads proper film cassettes, using film markers correctly and consistently, develops film as required. 2.      Transfers and properly positions patients for examinations in order to obtain desired radiographic results according to physician specifications. Provides immobilization as required and protection in accordance with prescribed safety standards. 3.      Assist physicians in performance of examinations by mixing and pouring contrast media, administering opaque media, holding and turning patients, assisting in sterile procedures, and other related duties as required. 4.      Performs a variety of clerical tasks to include\: inputting/editing exams, and completion of requisition prior to sending images to radiologist for interpretation. 5.      Receives verbal orders for examinations from a responsible practitioner in keeping with the state license. 6.      Demonstrates Customer Service/Service Plus principles and behaviors appropriately. 7.      Other duties as assigned.     EDUCATION REQUIRED AND/OR PREFERRED\: (list required and preferred separately) High School Graduate. Associate Degree or equivalent in Radiological Technology required. Must have been either "Grandfathered" by the state of Texas or passed with a certificate from a Radiology program accredited by the American Registry of Radiological Technologists, American Society of Registered Technologists, and American College of Radiologist required.   LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION\: (list required and preferred separately) Texas Department of Health MRT certification required.   Current BCLS certification required.                  ARRT registered or registry eligible preferred   EXPERIENCE REQUIRED OR PREFERRED\:  (list required and preferred separately) Comprehensive knowledge of anatomy, positioning, radiographic techniques, and radiation protection concepts and techniques required. Knowledge of radiographic physics, knowledge of medical terminology required.   SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND ABILITIES\: Reads and writes basic English, with the basic skills necessary to interpret physician's orders. Ability to lift in excess of 100 pounds with assistance from other staff.                 Knowledge of department, hospital and universal infection control policies.                 Must have effective communication and listening skills.                 Must attend all department/hospital-mandated classes such as infection control, fire, safety, etc, in a twelve-month period.             Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred.  

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Job Description: Special Procedure (Interventional Radiology) Technologist, PRN Position Summary\:        Under the supervision of the Radiologist and supervisor, performs diagnostic and therapeutic angiographic procedures for patients ages adolescents through geriatric. Generates appropriate paperwork including requisitions, film jackets, charges and provides a complete history of patient.  Responsible for maintaining expert technical and patient-care skills and provide quality diagnostic results. Responsible for supply/inventory management.   Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center expects our Code of Conduct Value Statements to be reflected in the way every employee interacts with co-workers, patients and family members, and with others in the community.   We recognize and affirm the unique and intrinsic worth of each individual We treat all those we serve with compassion and kindness We act with absolute honesty, integrity, and fairness in the way we conduct our business and the way we live our lives. We trust our colleagues as valuable members of our healthcare team and pledge to treat one another with loyalty, respect and dignity. Education\: Completion of an AMA approved Radiology Technology training program. Current ARRT certification.   Licensure / Certification\: Completion of an AMA approved Radiology Technology training program.  Current certification by ARRT. With advanced certification in Interventional Radiology (IR). New hires or transfers from a different modality must achieve advanced certification within one year of that assignment.  Must maintain current registry. Attends continuing education activities to maintain knowledge and skill level.  Must maintain BLS.   Experience\:  Prefer 2 years recent hospital angiographic interventional experience. Skills commensurate with formal training required.   Special Qualifications\:      Degree of Supervision Required\:  General - close supervision until proficiency established, then daily supervision is limited.  Must be reliable and self motivated to maintain schedule and proper operation of service.  Follow Practice Guidelines and protocols.  Exceptions referred to Director or Radiologist.

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Job Description: MRI/CT Technician PRN 1.      Under the direction of a Radiologist , performs MRI imaging procedures at a highly Technical level using independent judgment.  The person in this position must be able to assist the Radiologist during the procedure and know cross sectional anatomy of the body at a superior level plus the use of specialized equipment.  Assumes responsibilities for non-technical duties such as clerical, transportation, receptionist, etc..  Is capable of producing excellent imaging balancing quality and quantity while giving good patient care.  Demonstrates proficiency in field and is competent according to their license/registry.  Performs other duties as assigned. Education/Certificates/Licenses\:   American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) American Registry of Radiologic Technology (MRI)or eligible and Certified Registered Radiologic Technologist (CRT) required .   Three years experience in MRI preferred.   California State full license - Radiologic certificate, if R.T (R.) or R.T(N.) RMRIT/MRI is also a certificate this position may have in addition to mandatory requirements.

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Job Description: Radiology Technician - Full-time Mixed Shift Position Description\: The Staff Radiologic Technologist is responsible for taking radiographs according to the standards and practices set forth by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist. The Radiologic Technologist demonstrates knowledge of the human structure and functions, patient care, positioning, principles of radiographic sciences, radiation protection and specialized techniques. These activities are performed within the Radiology Department and with portable units outside the Department. Exercises professional judgment in performance of services and maintains a demeanor complementary of medical ethics. 1.Consistently produces films of optimal diagnostic quality on patients ranging form neonatal to geriatric. 2.Clinical responsibilities\: -Completes required documentation on forms, logs and in computer. -Images are labeled and identified according to protocol. -Reviews written orders, assesses patient identification and ensures indicators are appropriate prior to procedures. -Provides Radiologist with additional information about injury or illness and reason for non-standard images. -Functions independently and problem solves effectively, considering alternatives. -Obtains all pertinent patient history, and relays it to the Radiologist to assist in the diagnosis or treatment. 3.Administer contrast media in accordance with the contrast policies & procedures. 4.Is aware of radiation safety at all times. 5.Follows Patient Care and Safety Policies and Procedures. 6.Provides full support by performing job-related duties. 7.Performs clerical responsibilities as required. 8.Participate in team-building and self- improvement activities. Education/Experience\: Required\: Graduate of an America Medical Association- approved program in Radiologic Technology or meet requirements for Texas certification of Medical Radiologic Technologist on an education-equivalent basis. Licenses/Certifications\: Required\: American Registry of Radiologic Technology and Texas Certification of Medical Radiologic Technology, or ARRT eligible and Texas-Certified MRT or Texas Certification of Medical Radiologic Technology.

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Job Description: RN/ Diagnostic Radiology/ FT with call/ 9%5C:30a-6p 4 days The person in this position will be a Registered Nurse, who, under the supervision of the Director of Radiology and the Radiologist staff, and within the framework of the Nurse Practice Act of the State of Florida, performs specialized nursing care in all disciplines of the Department of Radiology Services.  The Radiology Nurse may also have indirect supervision by the Chief Nursing Officer.  The radiology nurse's role requires a high level of knowledge, expertise and independence because the department provides services to a wide variety of patients with diverse needs and about whom information may be limited.  This nurse will routinely start or check peripheral IVs, assess infusaports, administer medications, monitor vital signs, suction patients, insert foleys and help patients with their personal needs.  The nurse must also inform the technologist or radiologist of any unusual patient needs and perform specialized nursing duties, such as administering IV sedation or analgesia during special procedures and closely monitoring patients with a cardiac/pulse oximeter.   The nurse informs the technologist or radiologist of special patient needs such as isolation status, do-not-resuscitate (DNR) status, allergies, impaired communication skills, anxiety, pain, altered level of consciousness, or patient dissatisfaction. This nurse will be called upon to care for radiology patients that have been transported from intensive care, radiology patients in emergency situations and pediatric patients, infants, and others needing sedation.  Instructing patients (prior to and after radiology services), patient families, students, technologists, other nurses, radiologists and physicians about patient care, and also teach the radiology staff new nursing policies and national standards as such changes occur.  This position devotes a lot of time to quality improvement and infection control programs, such as\: collecting data, keeping records and reporting results.  The person in this position will help write patient care policies, design flowsheets or patient instruction sheets and develop protocols or care plans for use in the Department of Radiology Services.  This position provides quality nursing care to a large, transient group of patients of all ages, acts as a spokesperson for patient care and a teacher to other staff members on patient care issues.  The radiology nurse will also participate in regularly scheduled orientations for new employees and include topics such as nursing policies and patient care in Radiology.  The radiology nurse will regularly reassure, assist and direct outpatients and their families.  The radiology nurse will also perform daily checks of the exam rooms to ensure that all supplies, medications, and patient care equipment are ready for use.  Depleted nursing supplies are ordered and patient care equipment or purchases are requested when needed.  Emergency supplies, in particular, must be available at all times.  The radiology nurse must see that patient care supplies are well-organized and that their location is familiar to staff members who need them.   The Radiology Nurse will also perform patient assessment and re-assessment during interventional procedures and update patient plans of care where appropriate.   The Radiology Nurse will also assist with MRI patient transportation, assessment, re-assessment, and general patient care during the exam.  This will only be required when the Radiology Nurse is not engaged in interventional procedures and time permits.      rn license, acls,bls      Mon-fri 11a-5\:30p with rotating call

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Job Description: Imaging Technologist, PRN Performs routine radiographic examinations to patients of all ages, maintaining advanced technical knowledge. Accountable for adhering to the ORMC mission including meeting behavioral expectations (I AM ORMC), providing excellence in health care delivery, supporting dignity of all persons and for the responsible stewardship of resources. Radiology Practical Technicians may only perform exams for modules passed on the ARRT administered Utah examination i.e. Chest, Extremities, Skull/Sinuses, and Spine. Maintains and coordinates patient x-ray activities, ensuring quality and expedient service, and availability of supplies and equipment. Performs examinations in assigned areas, correlating previous examinations and requests.  Assists radiologist in fluoroscopic exams. Cleans and maintains department, films and cassettes; inspects equipment for mechanical and electrical safety hazards.  Tests x-ray machines, processors, cassettes, and other equipment maintaining quality assurance. Maintains policies and procedures relating to radiation safety and protection, specifically shielding activities. Ensures that equipment is clean, neat and stocked for the next day's working schedule. Trains radiology students in proper techniques and procedures. Performs other duties as may be assigned such as cleaning screens, stocking rooms, etc.  Assists other special areas of radiology as required. Administers contrast media, oral and intravenous as directed by radiologist. Follows guidelines that maintain safety for oneself, patients, visitors and co-workers and if classified as a category I or II employee under OSHA regulations, adheres to OSHA standards by wearing personal protective equipment, following universal precautions and being knowledgeable about blood borne pathogens. Performs other duties as may be assigned. Graduate of an accredited Radiologic Technologist program. Requires 2 years radiologic technology training at an accredited school.Current Utah State licensure, in good standing, as a radiologic technologist, or be enrolled in an accredited radiologic technologist program, have completed a minimum of 750 hours of clinical training in radiologic technology, and have passed the Utah State examination for a Radiology Practical Technician. Certification of graduation and registration with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists; and State of Utah License.    Graduate of an accredited Radiologic Technologist program. Requires 2 years radiologic technology training at an accredited school.

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Job Description: Radiology Technician - Nights Position Description\: The Staff Radiologic Technologist is responsible for taking radiographs according to the standards and practices set forth by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist. The Radiologic Technologist demonstrates knowledge of the human structure and functions, patient care, positioning, principles of radiographic sciences, radiation protection and specialized techniques. These activities are performed within the Radiology Department and with portable units outside the Department. Exercises professional judgment in performance of services and maintains a demeanor complementary of medical ethics. 1.Consistently produces films of optimal diagnostic quality on patients ranging form neonatal to geriatric. 2.Clinical responsibilities\: -Completes required documentation on forms, logs and in computer. -Images are labeled and identified according to protocol. -Reviews written orders, assesses patient identification and ensures indicators are appropriate prior to procedures. -Provides Radiologist with additional information about injury or illness and reason for non-standard images. -Functions independently and problem solves effectively, considering alternatives. -Obtains all pertinent patient history, and relays it to the Radiologist to assist in the diagnosis or treatment. 3.Administer contrast media in accordance with the contrast policies & procedures. 4.Is aware of radiation safety at all times. 5.Follows Patient Care and Safety Policies and Procedures. 6.Provides full support by performing job-related duties. 7.Performs clerical responsibilities as required. 8.Participate in team-building and self- improvement activities. Education/Experience\: Required\: Graduate of an America Medical Association- approved program in Radiologic Technology or meet requirements for Texas certification of Medical Radiologic Technologist on an education-equivalent basis. Licenses/Certifications\: Required\: American Registry of Radiologic Technology and Texas Certification of Medical Radiologic Technology, or ARRT eligible and Texas-Certified MRT or Texas Certification of Medical Radiologic Technology.

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Job Description: Radiology Technician - Nights Position Description\: The Staff Radiologic Technologist is responsible for taking radiographs according to the standards and practices set forth by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist. The Radiologic Technologist demonstrates knowledge of the human structure and functions, patient care, positioning, principles of radiographic sciences, radiation protection and specialized techniques. These activities are performed within the Radiology Department and with portable units outside the Department. Exercises professional judgment in performance of services and maintains a demeanor complementary of medical ethics. 1.Consistently produces films of optimal diagnostic quality on patients ranging form neonatal to geriatric. 2.Clinical responsibilities\: -Completes required documentation on forms, logs and in computer. -Images are labeled and identified according to protocol. -Reviews written orders, assesses patient identification and ensures indicators are appropriate prior to procedures. -Provides Radiologist with additional information about injury or illness and reason for non-standard images. -Functions independently and problem solves effectively, considering alternatives. -Obtains all pertinent patient history, and relays it to the Radiologist to assist in the diagnosis or treatment. 3.Administer contrast media in accordance with the contrast policies & procedures. 4.Is aware of radiation safety at all times. 5.Follows Patient Care and Safety Policies and Procedures. 6.Provides full support by performing job-related duties. 7.Performs clerical responsibilities as required. 8.Participate in team-building and self- improvement activities. Education/Experience\: Required\: Graduate of an America Medical Association- approved program in Radiologic Technology or meet requirements for Texas certification of Medical Radiologic Technologist on an education-equivalent basis. Licenses/Certifications\: Required\: American Registry of Radiologic Technology and Texas Certification of Medical Radiologic Technology, or ARRT eligible and Texas-Certified MRT or Texas Certification of Medical Radiologic Technology.

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Job Description: Ultrasound Technologist   Colleton Medical Center is proud to be the leader of Healthcare Services to Colleton and Surrounding Counties. Our 135 bed facility is able to provide the most comprehensive care to improve the health of our community, and we have been serving the community for over half a century. We are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and offer a full-range of diagnostic, therapeutic, emergency and surgical services.   The Diagnostic Medical Sonographer is responsible for daily operations of the Ultrasound Department, patient schedule, equipment maintenance, the report of equipment failures, and quality assurance (QA).  The sonographer mainains a high standard of medical ethics at all times and self-motivated to increase level of understanding and knowledge of the field, disease, and new procedures as they evolve.   1.) Performs and is responsible for Diagnostic and Vascular Ultrasound.  Non-Invasive procedures under the direction of a Radiologist and in accordance with the rules and regulations of the ACR & ARDMS. 2.) Completes all ultrasound logs, worksheets, Meditech and PACS. 3.) Assumes responsibility for the safety, mental and physical comfort of patients while they are in the sonographers care. 4.) Explains and educates the patient about the procedures to assure understanding and cooperation.  5.) Maintains ultrasound equipment and work area, and maintains adequate supplies. 6.) Performs quality control testing according to regulations. 7.) Presents images and preliminary findings to the radiologist or attending physician. 8.) Assists Radiologist during invasive procedures. 9.) Some clerical and transporting duties are included. 10.) Assist in covering call and holidays. 11.) Ultrasound techs are responsible for maintaining their credentials and obtaining the required CEU's for certification. FT Day Shift.  Must be able to take call, rotate weekends as needed and work holidays.   Education\: Graduate school of Diagnostic Medical Sonography.   Licensure/Certification/Registration\: ARDMS or RVT or ARRT(S) or ARRT(VS) Certification, American Heart Association BLS certification   Experience\:    Performs in accordance with delineated job responsibilities and satisfactorily completes a yearly evaluation based on these responsibilities.   Must possess the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively meet the needs of the patient / internal and external customer.   Experience preferred in Diagnostic Ultrasound to include clinical hours from a school of Diagnostic Medical Sonography.   Special qualifications\:   Must have the ability to effectively read, write and speak fluent English.    Effective communication skills; both orally and written.    Computer skills needed.    Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and to work with others within a team to ensure quality patient care.

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Job Description: Echo / Vascular Sonographer / Radiology Dept / Per Diem / Varied Hrs as Needed Under the direction of the Director of Radiology, Ultrasound Supervisor and the Medical Director of Vascular lab, the Vascular/Ultrasound Tech is to perform diagnostic exams ordered by physicians.  Duties include but are not limited to\: Perform exams according to departmental protocol - Performs exam following defined protocols.  Assure that exams are placed in "taken" status in Meditech with proper data prior to radiologist interpretation.  Completes appropriate documentation for physicians for exams performed - Completes data sheet following exam prior to being forwarded to radiologist with pertinent information. Performs vascular exams - Performs carotid studies, peripheral arterial l studies, and peripheral venous studies as assigned. Maintains appropriate documentation for ICAVICAL - Maintains logs and documentation necessary for ICAVICAL certification. Must perform quality exams - Will be measured through departmental quality control program.  Documents patient teaching - Explains various examinations, verifying patient understanding and completion of required documentation.  Collects relevant information. Proper utilization of equipment - Competency check off sheets completed for each piece of equipment utilized. Assures comfort of patient - Observe patient condition, assess needs during clinical exam and transport Other Duties as Assigned - Make sure rooms are kept in an orderly and respectable fashion with adequate supplies and other duties as assigned.     Required\:  Associate Degree from accrediteted radiology program or approved hospital based program or RVT certified   Preferred\:  Certification in Vascular Ultrasound (RVT or RDMS) within 1yr of hire date CPR  

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Job Description: Radiology Technician PRN Position Description\: The Staff Radiologic Technologist is responsible for taking radiographs according to the standards and practices set forth by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist. The Radiologic Technologist demonstrates knowledge of the human structure and functions, patient care, positioning, principles of radiographic sciences, radiation protection and specialized techniques. These activities are performed within the Radiology Department and with portable units outside the Department. Exercises professional judgment in performance of services and maintains a demeanor complementary of medical ethics. 1.Consistently produces films of optimal diagnostic quality on patients ranging form neonatal to geriatric. 2.Clinical responsibilities\: -Completes required documentation on forms, logs and in computer. -Images are labeled and identified according to protocol. -Reviews written orders, assesses patient identification and ensures indicators are appropriate prior to procedures. -Provides Radiologist with additional information about injury or illness and reason for non-standard images. -Functions independently and problem solves effectively, considering alternatives. -Obtains all pertinent patient history, and relays it to the Radiologist to assist in the diagnosis or treatment. 3.Administer contrast media in accordance with the contrast policies & procedures. 4.Is aware of radiation safety at all times. 5.Follows Patient Care and Safety Policies and Procedures. 6.Provides full support by performing job-related duties. 7.Performs clerical responsibilities as required. 8.Participate in team-building and self- improvement activities. Education/Experience\: Required\: Graduate of an America Medical Association- approved program in Radiologic Technology or meet requirements for Texas certification of Medical Radiologic Technologist on an education-equivalent basis. Licenses/Certifications\: Required\: American Registry of Radiologic Technology and Texas Certification of Medical Radiologic Technology, or ARRT eligible and Texas-Certified MRT or Texas Certification of Medical Radiologic Technology.

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The number of radiology jobs in the U.S. is expected to increase by 28% between 2010 and 2020, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s double the average for expected growth across all occupations in the U.S. economy!

This jump in radiology jobs is partly in response to the needs of our aging population. As people get older, they’re more prone to breaking bones. Naturally, with more and more fractures occurring every year, the demand for qualified radiologic technologists continues to increase as well.

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The number of radiology jobs in the U.S. is expected to increase by 28% between 2010 and 2020, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s double the average for expected growth across all occupations in the U.S. economy!

This jump in radiology jobs is partly in response to the needs of our aging population. As people get older, they’re more prone to breaking bones. Naturally, with more and more fractures occurring every year, the demand for qualified radiologic technologists continues to increase as well.

Advancements in technology are also responsible for the expansion of the medical imaging field. There are so many different types of diagnostics that new radiologist jobs are constantly being created to ensure the right professionals are tasked with performing x-rays, MRI scans, computed tomography scans, nuclear medicine scans and ultrasounds.

The option to specialize in any particular technique makes radiology jobs that much more attractive in the healthcare industry. And whether you want to be an MRI technologist or a sonographer, you can find the position you want right here on the ADVANCE job board. Our radiology jobs are easy to search, easy to sort and, most importantly, easy to apply to using our convenient resume creator.