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  • Radiologic Technologist PRN - CC Rehab

    Job Location US-TX-Corpus Christi
    ID
    2018-10549
    Category
    Clinical Ancillary
    Facility
    PAM Rehabilitation Hospital of Corpus Christi
    Type
    PRN
    # of Openings
    2
  • Overview

    Radiologic Technologist / X-Ray Tech 

     

    The Radiologic Technologist is responsible for:  

    • Providing clinical radiology support and quality control
    • Performing prescribed procedures for inpatients and outpatients working in a safe manner by following established guidelines, policies, and applicable state requirements

    • Positioning the patient appropriately to achieve the desired view
    • Utilizing appropriate radiation safety techniques to protect both the patient and any assisting personnel
    • Utilizing technical knowledge to develop all exposed radiographs to produce a quality diagnostic film
    • Maintaining all equipment; troubleshoots and takes corrective action
    • Assisting Radiologist in all fluoroscopic procedures
    • Maintaining an accurate inventory level of radiology supplies
    • Exhibiting the ability to completely provide services to the age groups above in regards to development, communication and data collection
    • Scheduling monthly processor cleaning and preventative maintenance
    • Scheduling appropriate calibrations and inspections as required
    • Maintaining appropriate documentation for State guidelines
    • Scheduling patient exams and notifies assisting personnel
    • Ensuring tests are completed in timely manner and reports are sent to requesting physician

    Radiologic Technologist must:

    • Have attended and received certification from an accredited school of Radiology Technology
    • CT scan experience highly desired

    Post Acute Medical/Warm Springs Hospitals provide competitive employee benefits packages, 401K, life insurance, bonuses, and more!

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