Administers unstable atoms that emit radiation spontaneously (radionuclides) that are used to diagnose and treat disease. Operates radiation detection and imaging equipment.
- Graduate of a Nuclear Medicine Technology program approved by the American Medical Association and/or Technologist registered by the American Registry of Radiological Technologists, with previous training in Nuclear Medicine
- CPR certification
- Valid state credential, when applicable
- Ability to perform a variety of procedures which require independent judgment, ingenuity to apply prescribed ionizing radiation for radiographic diagnosis.
- Competency in components of nuclear medicine technology practice as appropriate
To provide a safe, healthy environment for our patients, employees and visitors, as of January 1, 2013 McLaren Bay will no longer hire individuals who use nicotine and will test for nicotine during the pre-employment process. Individuals whose health screening results are verified positive for tobacco/nicotine use will be disqualified from employment, their job offer will be rescinded, and they will be disqualified from reapplying for employment for six (6) months from the date of the health screening.
- One year experience in a hospital setting with experience focused in general Nuclear Medicine preferred.
McLaren Health Care - 13 months ago