Midwest Radiology, P.A.
Casual Imaging Technologist-US (Finance)
Perform all ultrasound exams and procedures according to established protocols to provide quality images and patient care in a timely manner.
Obtain patient history, answer questions, and provide the patient with information about the exam and/or procedure so they are comfortable and thoroughly understand it.
Work with the radiologists, referring clinics and/or patients to ensure the appropriate exams, films and medical records are correct and prepared for the exam.
Ensure all necessary paperwork is accurate and complete for the radiologist, referring clinic and the patient's medical records.
Incorporate company values into daily interactions with internal and external customers.
Other duties may include, but are not limited to, training new employees, stocking and/or ordering department supplies and assisting in other departments.
RDMS or RDMS/RT (R) required.
RDMS (OB), (RVT) registration required within one year of employment.
6-12 months ultrasound experience preferred.
CPR certification required.
Knowledge of basic sonography principles, procedures, methods and techniques required.
Knowledge of anatomy and physiology required.
Excellent patient care, problem solving, organizational, communication and technical skills required.
Ability to work independently, in a team, and with all levels of the organization required.
Ability to prioritize tasks and take initiative required.
Demonstrate knowledge of safety-related work behaviors to ensure a safe work environment.
Must be competent in using a computer keyboard, email, Imagecast and PACS or similar applications.
DAILY PHYSICAL DEMANDS REQUIRED FOR PERFORMING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:
Requires a moderate amount of sitting, standing, walking, reaching, gripping, twisting, turning and repetitive motion; some bending, kneeling, squatting, stooping and stretching. Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity to operate a keyboard, telephone and other office equipment. Ability to assist patients to walk, sit, stand and move to and from the exam table, wheelchair and/or Hoyer lift.
High-Potential exposure to communicable diseases, blood products, bodily fluids and/or hazardous materials common to a radiology setting.
Low-Potential exposure to ionizing radiation exams rooms and/or involved in the use of ionizing radiation common to a radiology setting.
DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by people assigned to this work. This is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities. The Company reserves the right to amend and change responsibilities to meet Company needs as necessary. The relationship of anyone in this position with the Company is at-will.