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LOCATION: Huron, Ohio
Now is your chance to join a top hospital where career growth and opportunity await you.
An opportunity to work in north central Ohio for an established healthcare system of 400 beds that serves four counties.
They’re nestled in a beautiful area along Lake Erie and have access to a couple big cities that you could enjoy as well.
If that sounds like the change you are looking for, please read on..
What they are looking for:
•ARRT (R) (CT) required. ARRT (CT) preferred. ODH license in radiography required.
•Graduate of formal radiologic technology training program in an approved school.
Hours and compensation potential:
•Position is full time evening shifts from 3:00pm-11:30pm. Will rotate every 3rd weekend, when working weekend there would be a day off during the week.
•Range starts at $25.96 and goes up with experience. The shift differential for 2nd and 3rd shifts is 9% and the weekend differential is 4%. A full benefit package as well is included.
What you will be doing:
•Pleasantly greets patients, introduce yourself, confirm patient identification, and explains procedure in a manner that is understood.
•Able to utilize the hospital computer systems (HIS/RIS/PACS) to retrieve information, export images to appropriate and valid destinations, review images, retrieve archived studies, verify data, perform order entry, and record information following completion of exam.
•Receives order request checking for special instructions, and consults with Radiologists as needed.
•Prepare room, equipment, and imaging materials as needed for patients.
•Prepare patient for CT procedure by having patient gown appropriately as needed.
•Perform post processing of data, specifically multi-planar reformatting and 3D rendering on orthopedic and vascular cases.
•Positions patient and plans imaging study. Ability to adapt imaging plans per patient encounter when patient is unable to cooperate or comply.
•Assists patient at end of procedures, appropriately ending encounter by making sure patient is taken to room, ED, or other unit. If an outpatient he or she is shown out of imaging and/or to other testing locations.
•Starts IV’s for contrast studies. Prepares various contrast media for CT study.
•Coordinates scheduling, transportation, and scanning of patients with the activities of the CT suites.
•Selects and operates equipment appropriately and/or per manufacturer and industry guidelines. Follows prescribed techniques in administering scans. Adjusts equipment settings; determines proper exposure parameters selecting proper technical factors on an individual patient basis.
•Observes patient and machine during procedure and reports unusual occurrences.
•Performs a patient assessment as appropriate for the imaging procedure to assist Radiologist during their interpretation.
•Performs general maintenance on equipment and daily/weekly technologist QC. Reports to manufacturer any errors in test results.
•The position is located on the shores of Lake Erie in north central Ohio and voted "Best Coastal Small Town in America".
•The position reports to the Director of Radiology.
•Person would work with another CT Tech during the shift. The scanners are 2022 Hitachi /Fuji 64 slice.