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Radiologic Technologist

Company: Total Point Healthcare Inc
Location: Dallas
Posted on: September 20, 2023

Job Description:

***Actively searching for applicants who are interested in working at our Urgent Care Clinic in Dallas, Texas near Wheatland Village*** *Shift: Days, 7:00am - 7:00pm* Radiologic technologists may choose to specialize in areas such as sonography, mammography, and bone density. Specialization in one or more of these areas may result in a variation in job responsibilities, but there are core tasks that apply to all radiologic technologists. A list of core tasks common to this position includes: Instruct Patients To ensure patient safety and comfort prior to and during procedures, radiologic technologists provide instructions on the processes involved with X-rays and CT scans. Maintain Equipment For imaging equipment to function properly and safely, it must be maintained, tested, and updated and upgraded as necessary. It is the radiologic technologist's responsibility to ensure the equipment is maintained according to standards. Analyze Images Because quality images are essential for making accurate diagnoses, they review the images taken to ensure they're effective for diagnosis. Produce Images Radiologic technologists use radiologic and MRI imaging equipment to take X-rays that are used to determine whether a patient has an illness or injury. Prep Patients for Imaging Correctly positioning patients on the examination table is critical to producing satisfactory images that meet the ordering physician's needs. Radiologic Technologist Skills and Qualifications In addition to a keen eye and warm bedside manner, employers prefer radiologic technologists who possess the following skills: Reading comprehension - radiologic technologists must be able to understand and follow physician instructions exactly as they are written Mechanical aptitude - because they work with complex machines to produce the requested images, radiologic technologists must be skilled at operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting these machines Interpersonal skills - people skills are required to soothe and calm frightened and anxious patients and to effectively communicate with physicians, nurses, and patients Analytical thinking - radiologic technologists use analytical thought when reviewing the quality of images taken and when writing reports for ordering physicians Decision-making - they must decide the best method and position necessary to get a high-quality image; they also judge when an image must be retaken Qualifications EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE Graduate of an accredited approved school of Radiologic Technology At least 1 year of radiologic/imaging experience and Lab experience CERTIFICATE/LICENSES Registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Current State Licensure Current BCLS Certification Job Type: Full-time Salary: Up to $35.00 per hour Benefits: 401(k) Dental insurance Health insurance Vision insurance Healthcare setting: Clinic Medical specialties: Radiology Schedule: 12 hour shift Day shift Night shift Experience: Urgent Care Clinical: 1 year (Required) License/Certification: Texas RT License (Required) ARRT Certification (Required) Shift availability: Day Shift (Preferred) Night Shift (Preferred) Work Location: In person Employment Type: Full Time Years Experience: 1 - 3 years Salary: $35 Hourly Bonus/Commission: No

Keywords: Total Point Healthcare Inc, Dallas , Radiologic Technologist, Other , Dallas, Texas

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