Performs and demonstrates proficiency in a variety of routine to moderately complex radiographic procedures at a technical level for diagnostic, therapeutic, and pre-operative purposes.
Operates radiographic equipment to perform a variety of routine to complex radiographic studies. Performs routine studies including chest, extremities, spine, head and facial series. Must be able to execute contrast studies including all bladder, IVP, myelogram, arthrogram, lumbar puncture, venogram, hysterosalpingogram, spinal injections, PICC line placements, and routine fluoroscopy (under gastrointestinal and barium enema).
Assists radiologists with fluoroscopic, complex, and sterile invasive procedures.
Performs trauma radiography in Emergency Department setting and in department. Performs bedside radiography and procedures in sterile and/or surgical environment. Performs contrast injection and may assist with IV set-ups.
Registered with American Registry for Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)
AHA CPR for Healthcare Providers certification must be maintained and kept current.
Completion of a two to four year training program from a recognized School of Radiological Sciences.
Continual updating of knowledge and skills is required to keep current with the changing concepts and procedures in the Radiologic Sciences field.
Must have excellent communication, people skills, and ability to have empathy. Must be flexible and self-motivated. Must be professional in demeanor and appearance. Must have a willingness to learn, critical thinking skills, and pay attention to detail. Must have knowledge of hospital and department policies and procedures.
HCA Inc - 23 months ago
The largest medical facility in the region, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (EIRMC) is a modern, Joint Commission-accredited, 336-bed...