Performs imaging procedures at a technical level. Meets the qualifications to provide care for patients in the specific age range on their assigned clinical area.
Knowledge of the Magnetic Resonance imaging process and safety in the Magnetic Resonance environment. Provides protection to patients and personnel in accordance with prescribed safety standards. Prepares and positions patients for Magnetic Resonance procedure; thoroughly explains exam and answers patients' questions. Performs Magnetic Resonance Imaging procedures including neuro, body, and extremity, following protocols set by a Radiologist. Performs venous access on all patients requiring IV contrast administration as directed by a Radiologist. Enters necessary data into radiology imaging system, IDX Imaging Suite, and picture archiving communcation system, Image Management Systems. Processes images as necessary. Ability to identify anatomy on images. Performs quality control tests of equipment; reports any irregularities. Notifies Team Leader and appropriate maintenance personnel of equipment malfunctions. Shares the responsibilities for ordering supplies; notifies appropriate personnel of supply levels. Acts as a Radiology liaison; provides radiological support to physicians as requested; refers problems to Team Leader. Imaging exams and procedure tray set up require access and handling of non-controlled medications. Work is typically performed in a clinical environment. Accountable for satisfying all job specific obligations and complying with all organization policies and procedures. The specific statements in this profile are not intended to be all-inclusive. They represent typical elements considered necessary to successfully perform the job.
Graduate from Specialty Training Program- (Required)
Minimum of 1 year-Clinical (Required), Minimum of 1 year-Related work experience (Preferred)
Certification(s) and License(s)
Certified Radiology Technologist - American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT); Certified MRI Technologist - American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT); Basic Life Support Certification - American Heart Association (AHA)
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