Associates degree or radiologic graduate of an accredited radiography program, ARRT(R) registered and certified as a Medical Radiologic Technologist by the Texas Medical Board. Two years of diagnostic radiographic experience.
To provide patient care and technical skills in the operation of diagnostic radiographic equipment for diagnostic and evaluation purposes.
The salary range for this position is from $53,040 to $79,560 annually, commensurate with experience.
This is a pay Band Code PC14.
Specific Job Related Duties
- Practices proper entries and records in Radiology Information System, Hospital Medical Record System, and PACS
- Prepares patient for radiographic procedures by using two patient identifiers and accurately assessing patient’s needs and providing patient education.
- Operates computer and radiographic equipment for image production and documentation of images.
- Performs quality control measures for the purpose of ensuring optimal quality and correctly marked images.
- Prepares patient’s films for interpretation by radiologist and practices accurate and timely completion of scheduled and unscheduled work to maximize productivity
- Practices safety measures in radiography and Environment of Care.
- Participates in research projects.
- Instructs students on clinical radiographic skills.
- Applies the profession’s code of ethics in all aspects of practice.
- Provides leadership, guidance, and direction to other radiology personnel when required.
- Performs digital portable examinations in four different hospitals as well as the ED and OR
- Perform challenging exams in a level I trauma environment by using critical thinking skills
- Operates fluoroscopic rooms to include digital subtraction under direction of a Radiologist.
- Perform portable exams operate C-arms, operates and troubleshoots advanced cardiovascular equipment in the OR under the direction of the surgeon or referring physician.
- Assists physicians with ultrasound examinations
- Performs linear tomosysthesis examinations
- Attend departmental in-services.
- Upload images from outside facilities to PACS via cloud based system for interpretation in order to assist treating physicians in the plan of care for transfer patients.
- Troubleshoot equipment failures and reports such failures to Clinical Equipment Services and properly notify superiors.
- Maintains HIPPA compliance by protecting patient privacy
- Maintains constant Joint Commission Readiness
- Perform weekly QA/QC on the equipment as well as perform monthly reject analysis
- Perform timekeeping responsibilities
- Complete weekly staff schedules
- Assist with staff performance evaluations
- Participate in interviewing job candidates
- Ordering supplies and maintaining par level inventory
- Assist the department manager with the budgeting process and budget reconciliations
- Analyze and assist with revenue reporting Oversees daily departmental operations and manages workflow
- Act as a super user for the PACS system
- Adheres to internal controls and reporting structure
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