Posted on: January 19, 2023
JOB TITLE: Radiologic Technologist REPORT TO: Radiology Director
/ Chief Medical Officer BASIC FUNCTION: Under the general
supervision of the Radiology Director, assists medical
professionals by providing high quality care and accurate
radiography procedures. Performs other related duties as required.
REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: The duties recorded below are intended to
Accurately represent the duties of the class and are not intended
to cover every single duty of the job.
- Prepare exam room and radiographic equipment to conduct
examinations in accordance with infection, patient safety,
protocols policies and procedures and ALARA principles.
- Review patient medical history and supporting clinical
- Evaluate any contraindications, insufficient patient
preparation, and the patient's inability or unwillingness to
tolerate the examination, documents appropriately.
- Communicate with the patient in a manner appropriate to the
patient's ability to understand.
- Use proper patient positioning tools, equipment adjustment, and
ergonomically correct techniques to ensure both patient and
technologist comfort and safety.
- Apply independent judgment during the radiographic examination
to ensure that appropriate anatomical, pathological, and clinical
conditions are accurately captured in the examination images in a
safe and efficient manner.
- Identify and documents clinical indications as well as any
reason for limitations to the radiographic examination for the
- Adheres to accepted professional and ethical standards.
- Provide patient services consistent with the Scope of Practice
and Clinical Standards for a Radiologic Technologist.
- Assists in scheduling appointments and referrals.
- Insures all ordered exams are done timely and results are
available in PACS and EHR.
- Attends and participates in the Innercare in-service education
program and external educational resources. Continues education
through current journals, participation in workshops and
- Maintains current awareness and adherence to Innercare's
policies and protocols as determined by administration. EDUCATION
AND EXPERIENCE: Must be California licensed CRT(R) Must have and
maintain a current CPR card. ARRT and Bilingual in English and
Spanish helpful. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of method,
practices and terminology used in x-ray operations; knowledge of
the use and care of x-ray equipment, supplies and instruments;
knowledge of standard record-keeping procedures and regulations.
Knowledge of modern office practices and technology, including
computers. Ability to take x-rays with skill and accuracy. Ability
to learn, interpret and/or communicate rules, regulations,
procedures, and policies. Ability to follow oral and written
directions. Ability to establish and maintain cooperative
relationships with co-workers, supervisors, professionals and
patients. Ability to react professionally and effectively in
emergency medical situations. Ability to learn new information and
skills to enhance job performance. Ability to prepare reports and
records with accuracy and to maintain patient confidentiality as
required. WORK DIRECTION, LEAD AND SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Not applicable-no assigned permanent staff to supervise. PHYSICAL
EFFORT: Must be in good health and mental health. Must be
responsible a person, willing to accept and utilize constructive
criticism. Ability and willingness to work irregular shifts,
overtime and weekends. Standing and walking for long periods of
time. Sitting, standing, and stooping occasionally. Help to lift up
patients from exam tables. Good oral and writing communication.
Subject to constant pressure and interruptions. CONTACTS:
Supervisor, co-workers, physicians, other Innercare personnel,
pharmacists, patients, vendors, hospital personnel, Health
Department personnel, and the general public. WORKING CONDITIONS:
Worker risks exposure to odors, toxic/poisonous agents,
communicable disease, and pathogenic substances. Work is performed
under stressful conditions. Must comply with the Innercare
Corporate Compliance Program. HIPAA/Compliance Maintain privacy of
all patient, employee and volunteer information and access such
information only on a need to know basis for business purposes.
Comply with all regulations regarding corporate integrity and
security obligations. Report unethical, fraudulent or unlawful
behavior or activity. NOTE: THIS JOB IS NON-EXEMPT UNDER FLSA
PROVISIONS. Innercare is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In
compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Innercare will
provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals.
Innercare encourages both incumbents and individuals who have been
offered employment to discuss potential accommodations with the
employer. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Must be California licensed
CRT(R) Must have and maintain a current CPR card. ARRT and
Bilingual in English and Spanish helpful. PI201120617
Keywords: Innercare, Yuma , Radiologic Technologist, Other , Blythe, Arizona
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