Imager Radiologic II ARRT PRN

US-GA-Decatur (DeKalb Medical at North Decatur)
Employee Type
PRN
Department
107210 - Radiology-Diagnostic
Shift
Other
Days of the Week for Employee
All shifts
DeKalb Medical at North Decatur
Posted on Monster
No

Overview

 

Responsibilities

JOB SUMMARY:

The Imager Radiologic ARRT is responsible for performing a variety of imaging procedures with minimal supervision. Works with the physicians and all other staff members to ensure patient care is performed with the highest quality and efficiency.

Provides patient care, treatment, and services within the scope of their license, certification, registration, and/or assessed competencies. Practice will be in accordance with laws and regulations and will adhere to established policies, procedures and practice guidelines.

 

JOB RESPONSIBILTIES:

Use technical skills to obtain quality images

Practice radiation safety

Operate equipment according to the operation standards

Assists in student training and supervision

Manages workflow efficiently

Participates in continuous quality improvement teams and activities.

Participates in supporting the organization’s vision, mission and values and adheres to DeKalb Medical Standards of Behavior.

Performs other duties as assigned to meet the goals and objectives of DeKalb Medical.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Education, Experience and Licensure Required:

Registered or registry eligible by ARRT OR registered or registry eligible by ARDMS or have completed a accredited US program OR registered by ARRT or NMTCB registered or registry eligible

BCLS certified

Attend inservices required by DeKalb Medical Center and Imaging Services specific

 

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

Performs skills and competencies as defined in orientation checklist and annual departmental competency checklist if applicable.

Demonstrates and maintains competencies specific to patient population served.

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