Prairie Ridge Health

Radiologic Technologist I (must write CT boards within a year) or Radiologic Technologist III

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Posted On: Thursday, 12th March 2020
Category: Direct Patient Care
Department: Medical Imaging
Shift: Day/PM with weekend rotation and 1-2 holidays per year
Job Type:
(0.5 FTE) Prairie Ridge Health
Education: 2 Year Degree

Job Description:

The Radiology Technologist I possesses professional working knowledge and the essential skill functions as it relates to the position required to properly perform General imaging exams. The Technologist is responsible for providing direct patient care services as ordered by physicians. The technologist utilizes radiology equipment accurately; evaluates image quality and performs complete workflow of image management. The technologist provides education and communicates with the patient, family and other healthcare workers. Performs age specific (ranging from neonates to geriatrics) general radiographs, portable, surgical, ER trauma and fluoroscopic exams. Knowledge of radiation exposure techniques and contrast media is required. The technologist assists the Radiologist with special procedures. The technologist will cross train into CT and encouraged to write advanced certification once eligible. The Technologist may train in Mammography and write the advanced certification once eligible.

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The Radiology Technologist III possesses professional working knowledge and the essential skill functions as it relates to the position required to properly perform General imaging exams. The Technologist is responsible for providing direct patient care services as ordered by physicians. The technologist provides education and communicates with the patient, family and other healthcare workers. Performs age specific (ranging from neonates to geriatrics) general radiographs, portable, surgical, ER trauma and fluoroscopic exams. The technologist utilizes equipment accurately; evaluates image quality and performs complete workflow of image management.   Knowledge of radiation exposure techniques and contrast media is required. The technologist assists the Radiologist with special procedures. The technologist has completed the advanced certification from the ARRT in Computerized Tomography. The technologist has knowledge of and applies the principles of CT. The technologist selects the scanning protocols for the appropriate exam, and uses enhancing techniques for proper images. The technologist identifies cross-sectional anatomy and uses advanced computerized equipment to produce detailed cross-sectional pictures of the internal structures of the body. Image processing techniques and image management procedures are followed.

Preferred Skills:

  • Graduate of Radiology Technology Program endorsed by the ARRT
  • Registered Technologist R.T. (R)
  • Passed advance certification in CT OR write CT boards within a year
  • CPR certification
  • Wisconsin State License-Licensed Radiographer
  • Advanced certification required if Technologist is preforming Mammography exam