Chief Technologist Nuclear Medicine Job Description Sample
Chief Technologist Nuclear Medicine
Required: ARRT or CNMT registered in Nuclear medicine, Five years work experience as a Nuclear Medicine technologist.
Two years supervisory experience. Under the general direction of the Chairman and the Administrative Director of Radiology and with considerable latitude for initiative and independent judgment is responsible for the overall supervision of the section and technical staff. Supervises and directs the Nuclear Medicine service, Enforces departmental and Hospital policies and procedures.
Makes appropriate staffing decisions, provides supervision for all assigned personnel. Performs Quality assurance and carries out both QC and QA program for section. Advises on new equipment purchases, cost saving measures, safety programs, JCAHO compliance.
Performs as Nuclear Medicine. Assures that all NRC requirements are met. ARRT or CNMT registered in nuclear medicine.
Must be thoroughly versed in Nuclear Medicine procedures. Hours: 40 control hours.
Registered Nuclear Medicine Technologist - Nuclear Medicine
At Revere Health, we value the health of our patients above all else. As the largest independent multi-specialty physician group in Utah, our healthcare system gives patients the best in communication, quality, coordination and innovation. Founded in 1960 in Provo, Utah, Revere Health has grown to include 29 medical specialties in over 100 locations throughout Utah, Arizona and Nevada.
As one of two Accountable Care Organizations accredited by Medicare in Utah, Revere Health offers a unique, patient-oriented approach to healthcare. We strive to keep medical costs at a minimum while providing the utmost in quality healthcare.
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ARRT(NM) or NMTCB Certification required.
Must be current American Heart Association BLS provider
Must have expertise in Nuclear Medicine and radiation safety standards
Under the guidance of a Nuclear Medicine Physician, the Nuclear Medicine Technologist accomplishes one or a combination of several general radiographic procedures
Administers pharmaceuticals and radiopharmaceuticals as outlined in Nuclear Medicine Scope of Practice and as outlined by Nuclear Medicine Practitioner.
Performs at a technical level requiring a high degree of independent judgment, ingenuity and initiative to apply isotopes for radiographic diagnosis.
Maintains accurate records of radioactive materials from receipt through administration and disposal.
Demonstrates radiation safety
Other duties as assigned.
Notes : This is for scheduled evening hours and/or weekends.
Nuclear Medicine Technologist – Nuclear Medicine - Mount Carmel West - Casual
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At Mount Carmel, we work to continuously inspire one another. Here, all are welcome.
It is this culture of humility and compassion that sets Mount Carmel apart. We see the big picture and do the right thing. That means a dedication to the well-being our both our colleagues and the patients they serve.
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Our Nuclear Medicine Technologist colleagues support our mission in a variety of ways. Their compassion and commitment to collaborative excellence positively impacts our patients and the communities we serve.
This is what truly sets Mount Carmel apart. In return, Mount Carmel provides excellent learning and growth opportunities, excellent benefits and opportunities to succeed.
In accordance with the Mission and Guiding Behaviors; the Nuclear Medicine Technologist performs a variety of Nuclear Medicine procedures both professional and non-clinical consistent with optimal image quality, utilizing radioactive materials, and compliant with regulatory guidelines.
Performs a variety of Nuclear Medicine procedures both professional and non-clinical consistent with optimal image quality
Provides patient care, ensures an environment of patient safety, promotes evidence-based practice and quality initiatives and exhibits professionalism within established Radiology and Imaging National Standards.
Graduate of an approved Nuclear Medicine Technology Program
Registered as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist by the AmericanRegistry of Radiologic Technologists (N) (ARRT), or the Nuclear Medicine Technology.
Certification Board (NMTCB). Valid State Of Ohio Radiological License required
Discovering opportunities, support and excellence – all while making a real difference in patients' lives – begins at Mount Carmel. Find a new beginning and advance your career with us. HEC
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Trinity Health's Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Trinity Health employs more than 120,000 colleagues at dozens of hospitals and hundreds of health centers in 21 states. Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences, and health practices of the communities that we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive health outcomes. We also recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world and that these differences often lead to innovative solutions.
Trinity Health's dedication to diversity includes a unified workforce (through training and education, recruitment, retention and development), commitment and accountability, communication, community partnerships, and supplier diversity.
Nuclear Medicine Technologist - Nuclear Medicine, Viera Hospital, Per Diem
To be fully engaged in providing No Harm / Quality,Customer Experience, and Stewardship by: Being committed to the Health First ICARE Values: Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Excellence;Being engaged and contributing to a positive and productive work environment;Producing quality images; Following all HF, hospital and departmental protocolsin a professional, memorable and timely manner; Mentoring the technicaldevelopment of co-workers and students within a team concept.
Maintain a safe environment for patients/customers, team members and yourself.
Ensure the correct procedure is performed on the correct patient by verifying two forms of patient identification on "Every Patient / Every Time".
Perform "time out" process prior to starting any invasive procedure.
Adhere to ALARA principles of radiation safety.
Knowledge regarding location of emergency equipment/supplies and how to use such equipment/supplies.
Familiar with the Health First Emergency Kardex and responsibilities in relation to specified emergent codes.
Responsible for hurricane preparedness and your duties as a Health First associate.
Follow Infection Control policies and procedures; practice aseptic and sterile techniques.
Effectively document and communicate pertinent and required information.
Report malfunctioning equipment to the appropriate department, fellow associate and management in a timely manner.
Accurately complete all required documentation/forms – written/electronic (ex: patient history, pregnancy, IV contrast, procedural consent, MAR, safety portal, medication reconciliation, PACS.
Review exam orders from medical charts and/or prescriptions prior to performing an exam.
Obtain pertinent patient history from the requisition, the patient, the medical chart or other sources.
Perform procedure protocols, produce images consistent with image quality standards and follow all Federal, State and Regional healthcare regulations and adhere to Joint Commission/ACR standards.
Properly position patients and uses appropriate technique.
Assure that exam rooms are clean, neat, stocked and disinfected; and that equipment is clean, disinfected and ready for the next patient encounter.
Follow proper image retrieval and file processes.
Participate in quality initiatives and offer suggestions for departmental improvements including departmental protocols, policies, and procedures.
Accept additional responsibilities to assist with reaching departmental goals/initiatives.
Attend staff meetings/in-services as required.
Reads and signs off on all staff meeting minutes as required.
Properly identifies, prepares and/or administers medications that are within the technologists scope of practice as prescribed by a licensed independent practitioner.
Perform radiation safety tasks within required time limits and in accordance with BRC guidelines.
Completes computer processing for the Nuclear Medicine diagnostic imaging procedures Performs therapeutic nuclear medicine procedures Prepares radiopharmaceuticals from cold kits.
Prepares and administers the correctradiopharmaceutical to the correct patient by the correct route in the correctdosage.
Graduate of a JRCNMT Nuclear Medicine Program.
Possess current license as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist in the State of Florida.
Registered or registry eligible by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) or by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB).
Prior Nuclear Medicine experience preferred.
Must hold current AHA BLS Healthcare Provider Completion Card prior to start date and maintain.
Computer-related skills deemed pertinent for optimal technical performance.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to report to department within 30 minutes when on call.
Able to walk, bend, stoop, reach, and lift throughout their shift.
Able to move, lift, or position patients as required.
Able to push wheelchairs, stretchers, and beds.
Dependable and flexible in relation to covering required shifts.
Nuclear Medicine Technologist - Nuclear Cardiology - Frick Hospital - P.T.
The Nuclear Medicine Technologist prepares, measures and administers radiopharmaceuticals in diagnostic and therapeutic studies to produce scans of radioactive isotopes in specified anatomical parts and systems.
Actively promotes a Lean work culture by performing team member duties to encourage consistent use of LEAN principles and processes, including continually seeking work process improvements. Recognizes the necessity of taking ownership of one's own motivation, morale, performance and professional development. Strives for behavior consistent with being committed to Excela's missions, vision and values.
Completion of a (JRCNMT) accredited nuclear medicine program.
Current registry with Nuclear Medicine Technologist certification board(NMTCB) and/or current registry with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists(ARRT) with credentialing in Nuclear Medicine (RTN)
- One year nuclear medicine experience preferred.
Nuclear Medicine Technologist PRN
David's South Austin Medical Center is part of St.
David's HealthCare, one of the largest health systems in Texas, which was recognized with a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award in 2014. St.
David's South Austin Medical Center is an acute care facility with 316 beds, offering a range of complex specialties and sub-specialties, including a nationally accredited oncology program with the area's only adult bone marrow transplant program; a trauma program that includes all of the capabilities and programmatic elements of a Level II trauma center to treat the most severely injured and critical patients; a comprehensive cardiac program; full-service maternity and newborn care with Level I and II nurseries; and two full-service emergency centers in the communities of Bee Cave and Bastrop.
The Nuclear Medicine Technologist provides services using radionuclides to assist in the diagnosis or treatment of disease. The technologist demonstrates knowledge of the human structure and functions, patient care, positioning, principles of nuclear medicine, radiation protection and specialized techniques.
The images are produced and in accordance with the ARRT and CNMT standards. Furthermore, the technologist will perform within the guideline set by the Bureau of Radiation Control, South Austin Medical Center's Policies and Procedures Manual and the Radioactive Materials License.
Required: Graduate of an America Medical Association- approved program in Radiologic Technology and/or Nuclear Medicine Program.
Required: Two years' experience as a Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist; or a Registered with American Registry of Radiologic Technology and three years' experience in Nuclear Medicine in an acute care setting. Must be able to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Required: Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist by the American Registry Radiologic Technology or the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification board required.
Certification by the Texas Certification of Medical Radiologic Technologist. Must have current basic CPR certification.
Nuclear Medicine Technologist
The mission of The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center is to eliminate cancer in Texas, the nation, and the world through outstanding programs that integrate patient care, research and prevention, and through education for undergraduate and graduate students, trainees, professionals, employees and the public.
The primary purpose of the Nuclear Medicine Technologist position is to provide technical and specialized skills to maintain business operations in the Section of Clinical Nuclear Medicine in the interest of MDACC patients. Duties and responsibilities are conducted in a manner that effectively supports efficient patient services.
The technologist ensures the environment is safe for patients and peers. Practices and maintains radiation safety using ALARA concepts by appropriately shielding oneself, the patient and others while performing exams and/or protocols as prescribed by DI Faculty. Communicates and works with radiologists, physicists, clinicians, nursing staff, management and other patient care providers to ensure high quality diagnostic and/or therapeutic procedures are performed. The technologist provides training, education and mentoring to patients, families, students, technologists, visitors, observers, nursing and faculty members.
Responsible for provision of high quality exams while working in a team oriented highly productive and complex environment.
Performs studies/procedures as outlined in the Professional Development Model (PDM).
Responsible for quality assurance activities on technical equipment and working with appropriate parties to resolve image quality issues.
Communicates effectively with patient care team members to answer the associated clinical care questions.
Responsible for accurately entering data into the Radiology Information System, ClinicStation and other computer systems.
Ensures that patient studies are appropriately coded and charged.
Demonstrates flexibility through work schedules, lunch coverage, area coverage, etc.
Practices responsible use of communication tools (e.g. whiteboards, paging systems, telephones, email, FAX, internet, etc)
Demonstrates the ability to work effectively
Corrects problems as they arise and notifies supervisor/manager when assistance is required to do so.
Other duties as assigned.
Functions within professional scope of practice
Ensures the patient is imaged in a safe environment, free of hazards.
Identifies patients using approved identifiers.
Provides full attention to the patient and the procedure.
Sets up patient studies utilizing approved protocols/procedures and brings questions forward before imaging patients.
Follows fall precautions and posts patient updates on the whiteboards or through other communication methods
Ensures appropriate supplies are available for the procedure.
Recognizes patient distress signs and is able to initiate and follow emergency procedures: nurse/physician, DIURT, CODE.
Utilizes sterile or aseptic technique where applicable
Insures proper administration techniques are utilized.
Follows the five rights of drug administration
Exhibits professional and courteous customer service at all times.
Other duties as assigned.
Required: Associate's degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology or completion of a formal training in Nuclear Medicine Technology.
Preferred: Bachelor's Degree or higher in the Arts or Sciences from a JRCNMT or JRCERT program or related field
All of the following:
Must be registry eligible in one of the following: Nuclear Medicine Technologist by American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) and licensed by the Texas Medical Board (TMB); OR Certified Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) and licensed by the Texas Medical Board (TMB) as a Certified Medical Radiologic Technologist (CMRT).
ARRT in CT certification
Additional certifications (NMTCB-NCT/ CNMT, PET; ARRT – N/R/T/QM)
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
It is the policy of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to provide equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by institutional policy or by federal, state or local laws unless such distinction is required by law.
Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Performs diagnostic Nuclear Medicine imagingprocedures through the administration of radioactive isotopes to generateimaging information necessary for the diagnosis and subsequent treatment ofpatients. Services are provided inaccordance with industry standards, IEMA Standards, department protocols, andhospital policies and procedures.
Also, performs therapeutic Nuclear Medicine Procedures. Assess and evaluate the physician'sorders for a Nuclear Medicine examination according to departmentalprotocol. Evaluates the requestfor procedure and assesses the patient to determine the appropriate protocoland method of application.
Responsible for patient being advised of radioactive isotope safetyissues and radiation safety related matters. Performs patient education related to the examination inorder to reduce the patient's anxiety and enhance his comfort with andtolerance of the prescribed procedure. Positions patient and performs diagnostic imaging procedure utilizing
Nuclear Medicine gamma cameras. Cares for the patient throughout the procedure according to departmentand hospital standards of nursing care, age-specific standards, and"Patients' First" guidelines.
Participates in lifting and transporting patients to and from imagingdevices. Acts as physicianassistant during sterile procedures such as aspirations, drainages, andbiopsies associated with Nuclear Medicine guided procedures.
Accountable for notifying physicians asrequired of changes in physical condition of the patients or unique imagingcharacteristics.
Responsible forcompletion and maintenance of the medical record consisting of films andassociated paperwork for processing. AA/EOE
ARRT or NMTCB accreditation
IEMA-Division of Nuclear Safety licensed and accredited
Associate or Bachelors degree from an accredited Nuclear Medicine Training Program is required
CEU's consistent to remain licensed and accredited by the aforementioned bodies.
Approximately 3-5 years of experience
Knowledge of Siemens e.soft work environment.
Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Cardiac Imaging, Inc. (www.mobilecardiacpet.com) has brought together advanced nuclear medicine technology with convenient care through our turnkey mobile clinics. Our service allows physicians to treat their patients for cardiac disease with the most cutting edge tools in nuclear medicine, without leaving the comfort of their practice. We exclusively perform mobile cardiac PET imaging exams, the recognized gold standard across the United States in detecting early coronary artery disease before it is evident on other imaging tests.
We are currently seeking a Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist, ARRT with RSO experience to work under the direction of a physician and perform a full range of nuclear imaging for our Mobile Cardiac Imaging Program. Local travel required, including some travel requiring overnight stays.
- Certification by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) or certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and state certification, as applicable
- Must be a graduate of an approved nuclear medicine program
- Three or more years of related experience
- RSO experience preferred
- Computer literate in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, and Practice Management Systems.
- Ability to work well with others in a professional manner in a team oriented environment.
We offer a complete benefits package including health and dental insurance, STD, LTD, life insurance, and paid time off.
Nuc Med Technologist I / Kyle, TX / Seton Medical Ctr Hays / Nuclear Medicine 001 / PRN Days
The Nuc Med Technologist I performs nuclear medicine therapeutic and diagnostic procedures providing quality images to radiologists and physicians for interpretation.
Maintains and operates cameras that detect and map radioactive drugs in a patient's body to create diagnostic images.
Positions patients and selects anatomic and technical factors accurately.
Orders, prepares, administers, and disposes of radiopharmaceuticals according to established protocols.
Follows radiation safety procedures and guidelines.
Observes procedure protocols and assesses procedure quality via analysis of study images.
Ensures that ancillary staff, family members, and co-workers observe radiation safety procedures, performing education and compliance monitoring as needed. Monitors protocols and recommends updates or refinements as warranted.
Determines the need for equipment maintenance and reports malfunctions in a timely manner. Establishes an orderly and clean working environment to achieve a professional appearance and promote a safe environment of care. Charges examinations, supplies, and completes required documentation in a timely and quality manner.
Provides quality population specific patient care. Assesses patient and family need for education and assistance specific to Imaging procedure and coordinates service.
Performs other duties as assigned.
May be required to be "on-call."
Current Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS-HCP) course completion card from the American Heart Association is required prior to hire or job transfer date.
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists in Nuclear Medicine (ARRT-N) -or- Certification with the Nuclear Medicine Technologist Certification Board (NMTCB) as a Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist (CNMT) is required upon hire or job transfer date.
Mdcl Radiologic Technologist Texas Medical Board Medical Radiologic Technologist Certification (MRT), General (G) category is required or must be obtained prior to hire or job transfer date.
Degree in Nuclear Medicine technology is preferred.
Graduation from an accredited program in Nuclear Medicine Technology or one (1) year work experience as a Radiologic Technologist (if no formal Nuclear Medicine program experience) is required.
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