Radiologic Technologist II
Performs a variety of standard radiographic procedures in a safe and efficient manner; reviews and transmits films and reports to appropriate physicians. Performs reception and clerical duties within the Radiology Department and prepares required departmental reports.
- Prepares patient for radiographic procedures by accurately assessing patient's needs and providing patient education.
- Performs radiographic and/or fluoroscopic procedures.
- Practices accurate and timely completion of scheduled and unscheduled work to maximize productivity.
- Demonstrates skills for IV placement and injection of contrast materials.
- Operates computer and radiographic equipment for image production and documentation of images.
- Performs quality control measures for the purpose of ensuring optimal quality images.
- Enters and properly completes all patient information including exam charges and supplies into the Radiology Information System (RIS) and/or other KP application.
- Prepares films for interpretation by the radiologist in an accurate and timely manner.
- Exhibits flexibility and adaptability to unique needs of the department and respond appropriately.
- Communicates abnormal situations to proper sources in a way that facilitates resolution and/or tracking.
- Actively engages other health care providers (radiologist, ordering practitioners) to ensure quality, continuity and appropriateness of care.
- Follows department procedures/processes/policies.
- Practices safety measures in radiography by adhering to all governing regulations.
- Follows universal precautions, infection control guidelines and sterile technique.
- Complies with all governing regulations.
- Stocks and cleans exam rooms/work areas.
- Takes rotational call for after hours facilities and is responsible for coverage if unable to take call.
- May be responsible for clinical instruction of student technologist.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Applies the profession's code of ethics in all aspects of practice.
Basic Qualifications:Experience- One (1) year as a Radiological Technologist.Education- N/A.Licenses, Certifications, Registrations- ARRT Radio Logic Technologist registration from an accredited radiograph program.- BLS (Healthcare Provider) card by start date.
Additional Requirements:- General knowledge of EH&S, OSHA, DHR, Radiation Safety and Protection.- General knowledge of exam protocols.- Basic PC (keyboarding&navigation) skills.
Preferred Qualifications:- Two (2) years experience as a Radiologic Technologist.
Primary Location: Georgia,Atlanta,Glenlake Medical Offices
Scheduled Weekly Hours: 40
Workdays: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
Working Hours Start: 08:00 AM
Working Hours End: 05:00 PM
Job Schedule: Full-time
Job Type: Standard
Employee Status: Regular
Employee Group/Union Affiliation: GTC|UFCW|Local 1996
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Department: Glenlake Medical Offices - Radiology-General - 2808
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