Nuclear Medicine Technologist PRN

Why We Like Working for StoneSprings:
At our facility, we value teamwork and compassion across the spectrum of care.

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StoneSprings Hospital Center:
Located outside of Washington, DC in the historic Loudoun County, StoneSprings Hospital Center, a 124- bed acute care facility, lies in an area full of attractions including historic parks, horseback riding, dining, shopping, and more! StoneSprings Hospital Center is a Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) facility, which is one of the largest healthcare systems throughout the U.S where healthcare opportunities are almost unlimited!

StoneSprings Hospital Center has earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval and holds accreditation from the Joint Commission. Most importantly, we are dedicated to enhancing the health and quality of life in our community by putting patients first.

At our facility, we value teamwork and compassion across the spectrum of care.

Whether you're a nurse, doctor, clinician or support staff member, you'll have the chance to do challenging, career-enhancing work, while benefiting from the work/life balance made possible in a community setting. You'll enjoy an abundance of opportunities to grow and thrive in an atmosphere where you're valued as an individual, provided opportunities for growth, treated fairly and given a voice in decision making.

The Nuclear Medicine Technologist performs all established nuclear medicine procedures. Considers age-related factors in care, treatment, education and evaluation of patients ranging from neonates to geriatrics. Applies knowledge of age-related factors appropriately in accordance with professional standards and departmental policies and procedures. Performs all required calibration and quality checks noting results in appropriate logs. Practices Radiation safety and observes universal precautions at all times. Pursues professional development for the continual improvement of patient care. Performs related work as required.

Job Functions

  • Performs all Nuclear Medicine procedures in strict accordance with currently approved practices as outlined in department policy and procedure manuals and complying with all applicable federal, state, local and other regulatory requirements.
  • Communicates to the patient the nature of the procedure and answers questions clarifying the procedure for the patient.
  • Demonstrates practical application of age-related factors.
  • Assures patient rights and privacy are maintained.
  • Reports any significant problems related to patient, physicians, nuclear procedures, housekeeping, maintenance, supplies, or personnel to Technical Director.
  • Responsible for proper documentation and maintenance of all required department records.
  • Attends in service and staff meetings.
  • Responsible for refurbishing supplies in treatment rooms.
  • Receives and signs for delivered department supplies and isotopes and ensures all items signed for are delivered.


: Graduate from an Accredited School of Nuclear Medicine approved by the Council on Medical Education of the American Medical Association or the documented equivalent education, experience, and training.

Licensure: Current certification by CNMT or ARRT.

Experience: Ability to perform Nuclear Medicine procedures following accepted standards and protocols. Ability to speak and enunciate clearly.

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