Under the direction of the Chief of Nuclear Medicine, performs a wide variety of technical procedures requiring the use of radiopharmaceutical agents as prescribed by authorized users named on our institutional license.
1-3 years clinical experience
Associate's degree or equivalent experience
Must be certified/registered within 18 mths of DOH
Nuclear Medicine - ARRT or CNMT or eligible
Performs quality control and instrument calibrations as required.
Receiving, safe use of, and proper disposal of all radiopharmaceuticals and source materials.
Proper reconstitution, activity assay, and administration of radiopharmaceuticals as stated in dose schedules and per authorized user order.
Safety and care of patients during examinations and while waiting within the department.
Proper operation and care of all equipment in Nuclear Medicine. Reports any malfunctioning equipment to the supervising technologist.
Completion of all pertinent technical and clinical data on requisitions.
Familiarity with State and Federal regulations, provides documentation of all activities as required.
Ability to locate and identify records required for regulatory inspections.
Monitors and maintains par levels of supplies/drugs.
Provides stand-by call coverage on a rotational basis.
Exeter Hospital - 5 months ago
MedPro Healthcare Staffing
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Exeter Hospital, Inc., is a not-for-profit, community-based hospital that serves 32 towns in New Hampshire's Seacoast region. The hospital s...