Would you like to work in a facility that will allow you to have work/life balance?
Would you like to be in a small community hospital and have impact on outcomes and not be just an employee of a large system?
Would you want to live within 3 large cities or even be able to live in 2 of them and have a 30 minute or less drive to work?
The position is responsible for performing radiographic/fluoroscopic procedures to produce diagnostic images.
Provides procedural-related patient care and education.
Maintains records and documentation for procedures.
Participates in performance improvement activities of the department and daily management of infection prevention and control activities.
-Performs routine, emergent, operative and mobile radiographic and fluoroscopic imaging procedures by correctly using imaging equipment, related accessories and contrast agents. Upholds radiation safety standards and department protocol.
-Prepares patient and exam room for imaging procedure. Helps patient with appropriate dress. Provides a comfortable, friendly, secure atmosphere for all patients. Provides patient and family education related to imaging procedure.
-Communicates with other caregivers to ensure continuity and appropriateness of patient care.
-Maintains manual and computerized patient, department and hospital records. Performs associated data entry and clerical tasks as needed. Responsible for ordering and stocking department supplies.
-Performs and documents equipment quality control according to department protocol. Performs routine cleaning and preventative maintenance. Recognizes and reports any malfunction to appropriate person or department.
-Available to cross-train to CT area. Available to take call outside of normal working hours.
-Treats patients and families with dignity and respect. Ensures confidentiality of patient records. Interacts professionally with patients and families and provides explanations and verbal reassurance as necessary.
American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) registration required.
Ohio Department of Health Radiologic License required.
BLS certification within 30 days of employment required.
1yr experience preferred. Previous CT experience preferred but will cross train if not.
The position is located west of Columbus.