Hillcrest Medical Center
This technologist must be able to perform nuclear medicine, schedule procedures, and be able to initiate new procedures. Must possess a knowledge and understanding of regulatory mandates for quality control. Must be familiar and coordinate radiopharmaceuticals to patient procedures. The incumbent must be able to demonstrate proficiency in operating the PACS Computer System. Will participate in performance improvement initiatives. Will assist with other activities as deemed necessary for the day to day operation of the department.
The technologist must be registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (A.R.R.T.) with advanced certification in Nuclear Medicine or the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board
(N.M.T.C.B.) or be a graduate of an approved School of Nuclear Medicine Technology and be registry eligible. If registry eligible upon hire, they must become registered within one year of employment and maintain their registry while employed.
The incumbent must be able to maintain a high standard of imaging and positioning to acquire a quality scan.
Must be able to handle multiple demands simultaneously and keep a helpful attitude towards patients, their families, office personnel, physicians, and associates. Must be able to coordinate patient prepping and scanning to maximize smooth patient flow. Must be available for 24-hour call back with a 60-minute response time. Must be able to help move patients when needed.
Position Reports to: Nuclear Medicine, Neurophysiology Supervisor