***WE ARE OFFERING A $10,000 SIGN-ON BONUS FOR NEW EMPLOYEES***
Completion of an AMA approved course curriculum in Radiologic Technology, either in a hospital or college based school of Radiologic Technology.
Must have passed or is eligible for the examination of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Continued employment is provisional based on completion and certification by the ARRT within six months. Registered technologists must be in good standing.
Previous experience as a Staff Technologist preferred, but not required.
BCLS requirement annually.
Works under the supervision of the Munson Medical Center Urgent Care Manager.
AGE OF PATIENTS SERVED
Cares for patients in the age category(s) checked below:
Neonatal (birth-1 mo) Young adult (18 yr-25 yrs)
Infant (1 mo-1 yr) Adult (26 yrs-54 yrs)
Early childhood (1 yr-5 yrs) Sr. Adult (55 yrs-64 yrs)
Late childhood (6 yrs-12 yrs) Geriatric (65 yrs & above)
Adolescence (13 yrs-17 yrs) X All ages (birth & above)
- Supports the mission statement of Munson Medical Center (MMC): Munson Medical Center is the core of a regional health system. In partnership with physicians, we provide quality, compassionate, comprehensive and cost-effective services for improvement of the health of our patients and the communities we serve.
- Embraces and supports the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) philosophy of Munson Medical Center: We are committed to the name "Munson" meaning excellence. We will provide services that meet our customers' requirements every time.
- Has basic understanding of Relationship-Based Care (RBC) principles, meets expectations outlined in Commitment To My Co-workers, and supports RBC unit action plans.
- Acknowledges that safety is a self-responsibility. Knows the physical requirements of the job and works within those guidelines. Performs job duties safely at all times, utilizing learned body mechanics and transferring/lifting techniques. Plans actions to promote safety. Reports any unsafe situation/equipment according to Hospital Policy/Procedure.
- Is responsible for the care of those patients assigned to him/her from the time the patient arrives until they leave. Must be courteous, tactful and discrete in handling patients, with quality care and patient safety being the first concern.
- Transfers and properly positions patients for examinations in order to obtain desired radiographic results according to physician specifications. Provides immobilization as required and protection in accordance with prescribed safety standards.
- Selects and operates equipment, selecting proper technical factors on an individual patient basis. Handles equipment in a responsible, professional manner. Reports equipment failure to service engineer using proper forms and maintaining appropriate records.
- Selects and loads proper imaging cassettes, using imaging markers correctly and consistently. Has images processed as required.
- Is responsible for producing acceptable quality radiographs.
- Practices sterile techniques and prevents cross contamination. Maintains orderliness and cleanliness, including provision for the contamination free condition of rooms, equipment, and personnel.
- Is responsible for the care of the radiographic room assigned and if unassigned, to those duties and responsibilities relating to his/her reassignment. Secures and returns supplies. Maintains room stock.
- Maintains professional appearance by adhering to Dress policy of the hospital and Urgent Care clinic.
- Performs a variety of related clerical tasks as necessary.
- Takes advantage of opportunities for continuing education as provided by the department or seminars available for the various specialties.
- Adheres to prescribed standards of Radiation Safety, proper collimation and patient shielding.
- Performs various Urgent Care clinic duties and responsibilities, but not limited, to those listed below:
Performing patient intake and completing appropriate documentation in the EHR.
Point of Care Testing (POC)
Urine Pregnancy test
Set-up and assist providers in various clinic procedures (ie. suture, pelvic exam, etc.)
Splinting and crutch training