RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST: C-ARM
Radiology Technologist - Performs a variety of technical procedures to include fluoroscopy and plain films as well as portable x-ray and c-arm operations in various locales. Examples of these procedures include but are not limited to barium studies, arthrography, myelography, fluoroscopic guidance for invasive procedures, etc. Provides appropriate care to patients and assures their safety from a physical and clinical perspective.
- Demonstrates functional understanding of various types of x-ray equipment and applications, to include c-arm, portable, R&F, etc.
- Provides optimal diagnostic images in an expedient manner as well as provides appropriate clinical information to the radiologist.
- Consistently follows departmental policies, procedures, and protocols.
- Demonstrates knowledge of human anatomy and physiology sufficient to allow optimum positioning of patients for imaging.
- Demonstrates knowledge and application of radiation safety.
- Keeps abreast of current techniques and protocols.
- Functions proficiently at computer applications within Medical Imaging and associated duties.
- Performs various support activities when needed, which may include transporting of patients, film library functions, scheduling and receptions duties.
- Maintains professional, effective and compassionate communication with patients and families who may be under physical and emotional stress.
- Demonstrates proficiency at fluoroscopic procedures such as barium studies, myelography, guidance for invasive procedures, arthrography, etc, as required.
- Must be available for on-call status and able to respond in required timeframe if applicable.
- Demonstrates understanding of the other modalities of Medical Imaging with regard to hours of operation, oncall procedures and other support services.
- Consistently able to take direction from the radiologist, collaborate effectively, and use good judgment.
- Accepts guidance and suggestions for improvement in a positive manner and acts upon the recommendations.
- Provides basic nursing care as required, i.e. taking pulse, blood pressure, O2 Sat, etc.
- Satisfactory completion of a formal radiological technology program.
- Washington Radiologic Technologist
- National Certification from American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
- National Provider BLS - American Heart Association
- 1 year Experience as a radiological technologist.
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The amounts listed are the base pay range; additional compensation may be available for this role, such as shift differentials, standby/on-call, overtime, premiums, extra shift incentives, or bonus opportunities.
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About the Team
Swedish is the largest not-for-profit health care system in the greater Seattle area. It is comprised of five hospital campuses (First Hill, Cherry Hill, Ballard, Edmonds and Issaquah); emergency rooms and specialty centers in Redmond (East King County) and the Mill Creek area in Everett; and Swedish Medical Group, a network of more than 128 primary care and specialty care locations throughout the Puget Sound. Swedish, named a LinkedIn Top Company to grow your career, employs nearly 13,000 caregivers (all employees), including nearly 1,400 providers. Whether through physician clinics, education, research and innovation or other outreach, we're committed to caring for the people in our region and beyond.
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