Radiology Technologist - Urgent Care - Washington Twp.
A licensed practitioner responsible for the administration of ionizing radiation to patients for diagnostic purposes.
Performs a wide variety of radiologic procedures in accordance with established and approved protocols and standards.
Operates all radiographic equipment in a safe and responsible manner following appropriate ALARA guidelines.
Supports the Virtua Mission and Vision statement and upholds the Virtua Values and STAR behaviors. Adheres to all Virtua policies and procedures.
• Performs radiologic procedures for all patient populations according to protocols established by the radiologist, while applying principals of radiation safety and protection at all times. Evaluates images with goal of producing radiographic images of the highest diagnostic quality.
• Consistently provides thorough and accurate documentation. Obtains pertinent medical information prior to the procedure, reviews and verifies physicians’ orders. Documents correct side, LMP etc.
• Demonstrates appropriate and effective use of all radiographic equipment and computer systems such as RIS, PACS, Web viewer, ADW workstation and other hospital based computer or PC systems.
• Provides instruction to and assists in training new staff or student radiologic technologists.
Graduate of an AMA approved school of Radiologic Technology.
Registered or registry eligible by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (A.R.R.T.)
NJDEP licensure required.
CPR certification preferred.
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