Radiologic Technologist III
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Under general supervision, operates radiographic equipment, including whole body CT scanners and angiography equipment, develops x-ray film, maintains adequate records, assists physician in fluoroscopic examinations, operates portable x-ray equipment, and follows standard radiation and safety procedures.
- Patient Procedures and Activities.
- Explain test procedures and purpose.
- Demonstrate equipment for patient.
- Assist physician during minor surgical procedures, and in developing new techniques and procedures.
- Assist in obtaining tissue specimens.
- Assist provider in patient examinations and procedures.
- Follow standard infection control procedures.
- Lift patients.
- Modify treatment techniques which do not require change in physician orders.
- Monitor and evaluate test readings during procedures.
- Observe, monitor, and evaluate patient condition during and after procedures.
- Prepare and position patients for diagnostic imagining tests.
- Respond to emergencies (i.e., stat pages, Code Blue) and stat requests.
- Shave and apply antiseptic solutions to patient skin areas.
- Transport patients to/from procedure area.
- Assist physician with fluoroscopic examinations.
- Assist in cardiovascular procedures.
- Develop digital or film images and make prints if applicable.
- Load and unload imaging film in radiology equipment.
- Mix and administer barium to patients.
- Perform whole body CT scans.
- Take radiographs.
- Assist physician with inpatient and outpatient pacemaker procedures.
- Perform radiation safety monitoring.
- Clean darkroom, procedures room, and work area.
- Records patient information.
- Review patient charts to evaluate patients and identify significant conditions.
- Compile data for Quality Assurance.
- Complete diagnostic examination requisitions, forms and records, and requisitions for pre-op work.
- Equipment and Instruments.
- Check emergency equipment.
- Restock supplies in examination rooms.
- Select and set out appropriate tubings and sterile supplies.
- Set up instruments and surgical trays.
- Operate radiology equipment, and portable x-ray equipment.
- Arrange for repair of equipment.
- Inspect equipment and instruments for damage.
- Maintain equipment in good working order.
- Materials and Supplies.
- Fill requests for equipment and supplies.
- Maintain and order supplies.
- Dispose of expendable medical supplies, and of used syringes and contaminated materials.
- Inventory equipment and supplies.
- Maintain solutions, chemicals, and automatic equipment.
- Replenish supplies and equipment.
- Maintain patient information material.
- Administrative and Other.
- Instruct radiology students in Radiologic technology.
- Orient and train new or less experienced personnel.
- Attend conferences, meetings, and in-service training programs.
- Serve as resource person to co-workers by answering procedural questions and assisting in problem solving.
- Conduct in service training.
- Maintain current licensure/certifications, and proficiency in clinical skills.
- Assume other activities and responsibilities from time to time as directed.
• Must have three (3) years of recent Radiologic technology experience, including one (1) year of recent experience in whole body computerized tomography.
• May substitute one (1) year CT experience with successful completion of the department's formal CT training program.
• Possesses and maintain current California (CRT) and American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Certification.
• Fluoroscopy certification required.
• Certificate in Venipuncture.
• American Heart Association approved BLS
• Technical skills and knowledge required may vary by location and area.
• Operates radiographic and/or fluoroscopic equipment as well as film processing equipment.
• Note: Education/License/Certification and Qualifications required for Moreno Valley Community Hospital employees acquired through Kaiser Permanente's purchase of Valley Health System's Moreno Valley Community Hospital: Employees shall meet the minimum position qualifications as listed on their previous Valley Health System job description.
- Per Diem position - will take call on rotational basis