We are looking for an organized, detail-oriented Radiologic Technologist Flex/PRN to be responsible for operating imaging equipment for diagnostic purposes. The Rad Tech will be following physicians' orders regarding the area of the body to scan, positioning patients and equipment, and answering patients' questions. Will use imaging equipment to capture images of tissues, bones, organs, and vessels, and may assist in the administration of radiation therapy treatments or radiopharmaceuticals. Our X-Ray Tech'sÂ are compassionate and have good communication and interpersonal skills when dealing with patients.Â
Radiologic Technologist Responsibilities:
Preparing examination rooms for patient examinations.
Administering radiopharmaceuticals to obtain clear, usable images.
Positioning patients and equipment, explaining the procedures, and ensuring patients' comfort.
Inserting commands and data into the computer to document and specify the scan sequences, and monitoring the video display to adjust the density or contrast.
Monitoring patients during examinations, ensuring their safety, and following procedures to prevent unnecessary exposure to radiation.
Producing diagnostic images, reporting important information to the Physician, and updating patients' records.
Organizing the daily procedure schedules for emergencies and monitoring radiographic supplies.
Performing administrative tasks, such as answering technical questions, scheduling appointments, and offering pre-procedure advice.
Performing scheduled maintenance and emergency repairs on radiographic equipment.
We have a very family-oriented, positive, friendly, and team supportedÂ staff who are willing to go the extra mile to help each other out.Â We are truly focused on patient care and our Directors and Managers are hands-on and provide excellent support to our team members and staff.Â Although we are a smaller facility, we do many in-house procedures at Logan Regional Medical Center.Â
Completion of an accredited program ofÂ Radiological Technology.
Licensed as a Radiology Tech (AART or RT) in the state of WV or a multi-state compact license.Â
BCLS and CPR certification.
Prefer 1 year of experience as an X-Ray Tech, willing to consider new graduates of an accredited Radiologic Technology program.
Ability to communicate both orally and in writing and to conduct self in a courteous and professional manner.Â ExcellentÂ patient care manners while recognizing the dignity and worth of each patient.Â Collaborates with other health care members to maintain a multidisciplinary approach to patient care.