The Registered Radiology Technologist performs medical imaging examinations under the direction of a physician.
Ensures proper patient identification, order verification, and prepares the patient for the exam.
Is sensitive to the patients needs throughout the procedure. Sufficiently explains to the patient and family the procedure about to be performed in order to facilitate cooperation and alleviate patient anxiety. Addresses any patient concerns.
Performs radiologic exams that produce quality images and ensures patient and staff safety. Accomplishes this by following proper protocols, correct patient positioning, appropriate and effective use of equipment, and adherence to radiation protection and guidelines.
Utilizes sterile technique when performing invasive procedures.
Recognizes emergent patient situations and responds quickly and appropriately.
Thoroughly and accurately completes all required documentation, including time stamps and image storage.
Coordinates patient care and communicates pertinent information to other patient care providers following procedure.
Maintains a clean, neat, and safe environment for patients and staff. Ensures that supplies and equipment are stored in an organized and efficient manner.
Pursues individual education and career development opportunities, emphasizing those for new procedures and equipment.
As appropriate, assists and instructs students and other Radiology Techs in exam protocols, procedures, positioning, and equipment.
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Current Rad Tech license in state of practice (if working in Utah).
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Basic Life Support (BLS) certification for Healthcare providers.
May be required to complete the Medical Assistant (MA) Competency Checklist within 90 days of hire and perform the function of an MA (as required by Medical Group).
Carrying, Hearing/Listening, Lifting, Manual Dexterity, Pushing/Pulling, Seeing, Speaking, Standing, Walking.
**Scheduled Weekly Hours:**
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