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White River Health, Healthcare in Batesville

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White River Health

Special Procedure Technologist (Imaging) - Cath Lab

About White River Health

Performs all invasive and interventional, cardiac, and special procedures to include neonatal, pediatric, and adult care according to department policy and procedure.

Complete studies in a timely and efficient manner utilizing downtime to assist others where needed. Organizes workload during high volume to expedite patient care and communicates to other technologists all pending exams and any pertinent information.

Maintains and implements current skills and knowledge, policy and procedure specific to radiology examinations and procedures. Maintains specialized equipment (Axiom Artis, Angiojet, ACT, Avoximeter, Balloon Pump, etc.) and utilizes knowledge of radiology equipment.

Assists the physician in performing radiology procedures.

Promotes positive relationships at the department level and discusses concerns with the supervisor and presents the department in a positive manner to other employees and staff.

Handles equipment in a safe and appropriate manner within guidelines and policies of WRMC and the Radiology department. Maintains clean work area and follows equipment cleaning policies.

Willingly assist with procedures in any area of radiology when needed. Check with co-workers during downtime for need of assistance.

Maintains supplies with a minimum inventory and develops new methods of supply utilization.

Follow the “on-call” policy by responding to call back within acceptable time frame.

Follows attendance and tardy policies. Follows WRMC dress code and appearance policy. Participates in required hospital and department in-services and meetings. Follows safety and infection control policies. Performs other duties as assigned by supervision.

Qualifications:

Education: High school graduate or equivalent. Preferred Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Radiology. Must be ARRT registered and Licensed in the State of Arkansas. Must have BLS upon hire or 30 days post-hire date.

Training and Experience: Must obtain registry within six months of hire.

Job Knowledge: Experience with Arkansas Department of Health requirements and a clear understanding of hospital operations is required.

Full-time position, Days, VARIED with call

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