Centra Care X-RAY TECH/BMO -FLOATER (ALL LOCATIONS)
Performs the duties of the staff radiological/laboratory technician under the orders of the physician on duty. Assumes responsibility for performing radiographic examinations that are technically satisfactory, properly positioned and processed adequately. Performs laboratory procedures following accepted OSHA precautions and policy guidelines; responsible for clerical duties directly related to laboratory and radiology. Works closely with the physician and other staff members to care for patients ranging in age from pediatric to geriatric in the walk in clinic setting. Complaints range in severity from minor illness/injury, physical exams and drug screening to serious medical complications requiring preparation and transport to the nearest emergency room. Actively participates in maintaining JCAHO, OSHA, HRS, BLS and other regulatory standards. General duties include assisting with patient flow, taking vital signs, preparing the patient for exam, assisting the physician with procedures as directed, drug screen collections, corporate client testing, patient referrals and all associated paperwork.. Employee must remain current in all policies and procedures to ensure consistent quality of knowledge and performance.
Note: Job duties will vary by experience and orientation.
Must have reliable transportation due to extensive travel within 4 counties and 22 Centra Care locations.
Must be available to work all shifts, evenings & days as well as every other weekend as necessary.
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Must have current Florida State certification license as a Basic Machine Operator (BMO) or RT .
BLS validation required. Must be able to communicate with patients and staff in a clear, professional manner and maintain a high standard of customer service and patient relations.
Medical Assistant experience and/or national certification or registry a plus!
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Centra Care Administrative Offices
901 N. Lake Destiny Dr.
Staff / Associate
Yes, 100 % of the Time
May 2, 2013, 11:08:19 AM
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