Job Summary The Rad Tech position is responsible for performing high quality radiological procedures in the cardiovascular labs in accordance with governing regulations and standards. Includes using ingenuity, initiative, and independent judgment of patients in a safe and timely manner as ordered by physician. Responsible for quality control and maintenance of department aprons and radiology equipment used in the CCL/EP/IR labs. Stocks all supplies as necessary. Responsible for providing surgical scrub assistance to physicians. Assists the RN with direct patient care.
Independently demonstrates the ability to utilize evidence-based clinical knowledge to assist the physician with the diagnoses and treatment plan of the cardiovascular patient through the set up and operation of the diagnostic and treatment devices in the cardiovascular suite. Operates the medical radiology equipment as well as the role of scrub assistant to the physician in the cardiovascular suite.
Works in collaboration with the medical staff and department leadership to recommend and maintain the supply chain of products in the cardiovascular suite.
Works in collaboration with the medical staff and department leadership to train and monitor the performance of all personnel working in the cardiovascular suite.
Remains current with the organization's regulatory standards and CMS regulations.
Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.
Education Associate's Degree from an accredited NLN/CCNE or ARRT Vocational/Specialized Training such as related coursework, seminars or certifications Required
Experience 2 years Radiologic Technology Required 2 years Network float position: two (2) years recent experience Required
Licenses and Certifications Radiology\ARRT - Radiology Tech License AZ State Licensure & ARRT Upon Hire Required Valid and current Arizona state licensure from Medical Radiologic Technology Board of Examiners (MRTBE) and American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and BLS/ACLS Required
Internal Number: 2019-16149
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