Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications: Education and/or Experience
- Position patients according to standards set by American College of Radiology.
- Consistently select appropriate technical factors from technique charges and operate equipment in accordance with prescribed radiation safety practices.
- Print films and monitor printing equipment according to BIO policy.
- Prepare completed mammograms for interpretation in a timely manner, including appropriately identified images and all associated forms and paperwork.
- Perform Breast Self Examination (BSE) as needed, ensuring proper markers are placed to communicate areas of concern to radiologist.
- Actively educate patients on BSE, breast cancer, and other related women's health issues.
- Assist radiologist in all technical procedures such as: digital stereotactic suros core biopsy, ultrasound guided core biopsy/cyst aspiration, pre-op needle locations, galactography, MRI, or other interventional procedures.
- Reviews all requisitions/orders for accuracy and applicable clinical information.
- Ensures all information on the Breast History Form is accurate and complete.
- Prepares examination room and all equipment in advance according the patient's examination and diagnostic needs.
- Confirm that all mammography files include appropriate labels and ID markers as required by ACR/FDA.
- Inputs all data into the information system required for exam completion.
- Complete and update all radiographic image records and anatomical inserts according to BIO policy.
- Perform daily printer checks, record results, and report any abnormalities to the appropriate supervisor.
- Perform weekly phantom checks and appropriately reports discrepancies.
- Perform equipment monitoring and cleaning to maintain the highest quality environment.
- Helps maintain patient logs and information collection as required for regulatory standards.
- Performs weekly, monthly, quarterly, and semi-annual QA tests as required.
- Records inventory needs, as needed to maintain appropriate supply levels.
- Restocks exam rooms with linen and supplies
- Properly disposes of soiled linen, trash, and hazardous waste.
- Assists clerical, billing, and scheduling staff as necessary.
Post-high school courses and training from accredited colleges, universities, vocational-technical institutes, or through hospital or U.S. Armed Forces training required. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
American Registry of Radiologic Technologist Certification (ARRT)
A little about us:
HCA is the nation’s leading private provider of healthcare services. Comprised of locally managed facilities which include 230,000 employees at over 160 hospitals, over 120 surgery centers and 100 urgent care facilities in 20 states and the United Kingdom