SPECIFIC ELEMENTS AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS*
Obtain quality MRI images of patients
Complies with MRI safety guidelines. Operates MRI equipment safety including screening all patients for contraindications.
Demonstrates the ability to perform all necessary computer operations
Render patient care in a professional and courteous manner
Prepare MRI scanner and perform quality control tests.
Be able to administer contrast agents, and all types of care to the patient.
Reviews each exam for technical accuracy and identifies anatomical orientation on all images.
Demonstrates willingness to assist in additional duties
Completes and maintains educational requirements
ss, treat and/or care for the age groups indicated by check marks.
__x__Birth - 1 Year = Neonatal/Infant
__x__1-11 Years = Child/Pediatric
__x__12-17 Years = Adolescent
__x__18-64 Years = Adult
__x__65 Years and over = Geriatric
_____N/A - No responsibility to assess, treat or care for patients
Required: Minimum of one year, as a certified MRI technologist
Preferred: Multiple years as a staff MRI technologist
Required: Graduate of AMA approved School of Radiologic Technology. Responsible for continuing education credits as mandated by the ARRT for licensure.
LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION: (Required or Preferred)
American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) or must be registry eligible and pass the registry and becomes ARRT certified within 1 year (required)
ARRT - MRI Technology (preferred)
American Society of Radiologic Technology (preferred)
IV certification (required via on-job training)
Current CPR certification (required)
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