High School Diploma, GED or equivalent training and/or experience and must be a second year Radiologic Technologist Student in an approved Radiologic Technology program required.
BLS Certification required, will obtain during orientation if needed.
Basic knowledge of sterile techniques, universal precautions, OSHA standards and personal radiation protection practices preferred.
Strong customer service and verbal/written communication skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to interact effectively with patients, families, healthcare professionals and external vendors.
Assists Tech’s with imaging exams, performs clerical duties including record keeping, and maintains high quality services.
Communicates effectively with patients/families and all care providers.
Adheres to established section and organizational protocols, QA guidelines, and regulatory requirements.
Assist with coordinating work assignments to ensure a smooth workflow.
Sets up the imaging room to coincide with the examination being performed to include the use of proper isolations precautions when needed.
Provide quality customer service, explains all studies to patient in a clear manner, and provide information and resources to patient and family.
Safely transfers patient to and from carts, beds and wheelchairs utilizing proper body mechanics and lifting devices as available and as needed.
Exhibits caring attitude when relating to patients.
Engages in professional and ethical conduct.
Maintains a clean, orderly, well-stocked room.
Accurately records patient exams and follow proper billing procedures.
Rotate within departments and clinics for proper coverage.
Assumes all other duties and responsibilities as necessary.
Compensation Details: Education, experience, and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended. Minimum hiring rate for this position is listed below.
PRN positions are not benefit eligible.
This position is patient facing and/or requires close interaction with other employees, or other factors that would compel mandatory vaccinations unless otherwise approved for a medical or religious exemption.
Memorial Health System is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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