Performs diagnostic, interventional, and/or therapeutic procedures for patients of all ages (neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric) in a manner that ensures an accurate and complete examination/treatment by complying with established policies and procedures. Organizes and documents all aspects of assigned patient care in coordination with radiologists, nursing personnel, and other areas of department to ensure accurate and timely performance of radiology procedures. Participates in performance improvement activities by participating in the collection of data for performance improvement activities to ensure quality is consistent with established standards. Assumes responsibility for professional growth and development by participating in educational activities to promote continuous improvement and compliance with patient care standards.
Details:Education: High school diploma or GED equivalent Graduate of an approved Radiologic Technology school, Registered by the ARRT or registry eligible Should be licensed with the Texas Department of Health according to regulations. Experience: No experience required Certification & Licensure: License Number: Expiration Date: ARRT MRT Skills: Computer, Communication, Manual dexterity, Written skills, Documentation skills, Priority-setting skills, Critical thinking skills, equipment competency, and competency, and Medical terminology skills. , Analytical skills.
Associated topics: arrt, cardiac, cath laboratory, catheterization, mri, ndt, rad, radiographer, radiologic, x rayby Jobble
Associated topics: arrt, catheterization, computerized, ct scan, mammographer, ndt, radiographer, radiologic, tomography, x ray