The Radiology Technologist II is responsible for performing all diagnostic radiology procedures including fluoroscopic, portables, C-arm and limited special procedure examinations, consistent with ALARA and Title 17 recommendations. Additionally, the Radiology Technologist II will be responsible for performing at least one of the following modalities with pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric populations: Mammography, Ultrasound, CAT Scan or Nuclear Medicine.
Major Responsibilities include:
* Performing safe and diagnostic radiographs for interpretation based on the current knowledge of equipment, techniques and film processing.
* Completing radiology examinations in a timely manner to comply with department and hospital standards specific to patient care, including interacting with patients, physicians, staff and visitors while providing patient-care obligations.
* Protecting patients and staff in accordance with hospital and state radiation standards, and providing prompt and accurate notification of equipment failure and/or related concerns regarding departmental operations.
* Maintaining a smooth patient flow regarding patient transportation, processing, scheduling and appointment changes, x-ray master jacket preparation and terminal digit filing.
* Complying with JCAHO standards as determined by the Hospital Administration and maintaining a level of professionalism with patient and staff at all times.
* CT Experience
* High School Graduate or equivalent
* Graduate of an accredited school of radiology
* Current ARRT
* Current CRT and Fluoroscopy license state of California
* Current license for Ultrasound, Mammography and Nuclear Medicine, experience and technical skill knowledge is necessary to qualify for the CAT Scan modality
* Current CPR
The Radiology Technologist II must have the mandatory technical skills or licensure to perform one or more of the following modalities:
* Current CRT and/or ARRT-M
* Current CRT and/or ARDMS Eligible
* Current CRT, plus necessary CAT Scan experience with proven technical skills and knowledge
* Current CRT and/or CNM Nuclear Medicine License
Mission Community Hospital will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Ordinance.