Posted: Wednesday, February 7, 2018 4:34 PM
Employment Status:AF : Active : Regular : Full Time
Job Summary 13;
The Radiology Clinical Technologist performs a variety of diagnostic procedures, delegated clinical and administrative duties in a medical support role consistent with the technologists education, training, and experience. Provide technical guidance to other radiology staff members as needed. Performs other patient care assignments as directed.
Job Responsibilities 13;
Performs all general diagnostic techniques and examinations according to the procedures determined by the radiologist and the requesting physician. Manually schedules exams in IDX:Rad. Identify, develop and digitize patient films. Maintain appropriate record of exams. Complies with all quality assurance practices. Completes CEUs as required for licensure/registration.
Other responsibilities associated with this position may include but are not limited to:
Orthopaedics: Able all types of casting materials (plaster/fiberglass) independently with the surgeon on the premises as patient care requires. Cast application includes: short arm casts, long arm casts, short leg casts, long leg casts, cylinder casts, splints (arm/leg), finger splits and all soft goods. Safely remove all types of casts without patient injury with surgeon on the premises. Assist surgeon in application/removal of casts. Maintain adequate supplies of slings, splints and casting materials. Order supplies as needed.; participate in product trials as appropriate. Ensure presence and maintenance of cast saws and other cast removal equipment. Complete patient billing process as assigned. Instruct patients and families on cast care. Participate in yearly mandatory competency skills revalidation classes on casting at the Main Campus.
Phlebotomy: Process test orders and performs phlebotomy as ordered by the respective clinician. Using established procedures: performs venipuncture and capillary phlebotomy; follows all safety and infection control rules; enters information in the appropriate computer system; participate in yearly mandatory competency skill revalidation on Main Campus.
Patient Flow: Using CHOP standards, policy and procedures, assists medical and nursing staff by: obtaining and recording physical measurements: weight, height, head circumference, growth chart completion; obtain and record vital signs along with pain screening; document data specific to department requirements, i.e., EPIC vs. paper; perform basic laboratory testing on the premises within POCT standards; perform electrocardiograms(EKG) and Holter monitor using age specific standards; ability to identify patients in distress and notify appropriate care team member in a timely fashion; clean and sterilize medical instruments using health system standards; order supplies and stock exam rooms. Participate in yearly mandatory competency skills revalidation.
Job Responsibilities (Continued) 13;
Job Responsibilities (Continued) 13;
Required Licenses, Certifications, Registrations 13;
ARRT : Am Regit:Radiologic Technology 13;
CPR (90 days) 13;
Required Education and Experience 13;
:Graduate of an accredited school of Radiological Technology
:Minimum 2:3 years related experience required.
:Minimum 1 year pediatric experience required. 13;
Preferred Education, Experience and Cert/Lic 13;
Additional Technical Requirements 13;
:Knowledge of Computed Radiography (CR) Radiology Equipment
:Ability to react and communicate clearly, calmly and effectively
:Perform care according to developmental age of the patient
:Ability to work effectively in a team 13;
All CHOP employees who work in a patient building or who provide patient care are required to receive an annual influenza vaccine unless they are granted a medical or religious exemption.
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• Location: Central Jersey, voorhees
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