Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist
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- Performs MRI studies according to established imaging protocols, and consults with the radiologists, if needed for alternative imaging sequences.
- Ensures patient and staff safety which includes explaining safety protocol, requesting removal of hazardous metal objects, and, alerting staff of the danger of carrying metal near magnet.
- Performs all routine aspects of MRI procedures, including but not limited to
- QC, start-up procedures, and image processing.
- Interviews patients to obtain information that would manifest patient safety concerns.
- Uses appropriate coils and sequences for desired examination or procedure.
- Follows established departmental guidelines for administration of intravenous (I.V) contrast.
- Reviews images to ensure diagnostic quality.
- Process and archive images to the PACS.
- Complete required information in the RIS system.
- Demonstrates an understanding of the cognitive, physical, emotional and chronological maturation process in delivery of services to patients of the age group served.
- Identifies the impact of cultural diversity and lifestyle choices on patient condition and makes accommodations for such differences.
- Utilizes proper Body Mechanics.
- Documents clinical activities and required image information in a timely, comprehensive, and accurate manner.
- Observes all organizational, regional, medical service area and Diagnostic Imaging Department policies and procedures.
- Maintains standards of professional behavior established to enhance quality of service.
- Demonstrates effective communication skills.
- Demonstrates professional behavior in all interactions with patients and staff.
- Maintains equipment, supplies and work area in accordance with department guidelines.
- May perform other duties as required and assigned.
- May substitute three (3) year MRI experience with successful completion of the department's formal MRI training program.
License, Certfication, Registration
- Fluoroscopy Permit issued by the State of California Department of Public Health.
- Valid Certificate of Completion in Intravenous Administration of Contrast Materials as stipulated in the California H&S Code.
- Registration as a Registered Radiologic Technologist (Radiography) issued by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT-R).
- American Heart Association approved BLS, health care provider level.
- Ability to demonstrate knowledge of and to utilize theories, principles, practices and techniques of MR Technology.
- Consistently demonstrates the knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors necessary to provide superior and culturally sensitive service to each other, to members, customers, contracted providers and vendors.
- Advance certificate in MR (ARRT) preferred.