Performs optimal radiographs for all patient populations by proper positioning and exposure settings The Radiologic Technologist will participate in all cross training activities as necessary to function in multi-modality roles. The technologist will perform all duties to meet patient care needs within the scope of practice Responsible for interacting with hospital staff and/or nursing departments regarding patient care, concerns, and conflicts by identifying and assisting in the resolutions. Responsible and accountable for maintaining performance skills. Routinely works weekends, holidays, evenings, nights, overtime, and/or on an on-call/call-back status, when needed. (This position summary contains the most relevant duties and responsibilities and does not exclude other assignments not mentioned.)
BLOOD-BORNE PATOGENS EXPOSURE CATEGORY (OSHA)
Category I: Exposed to blood-borne or potentially infectious material. _X_
Category II: Sometimes exposed to blood-borne or potentially infectious material. ______
Category III: Not exposed to blood-borne or potentially infectious material. ______
Must demonstrate commitment and adherence to STHS's Compliance Program and Code of Conduct through compliance with all policies and procedures, the Code of Conduct, attendance at required training and immediately reporting suspected compliance issue(s) to the Compliance Officer.
EDUCATION / LICENSURE:
Graduate from an approved School of Radiologic Technology
ARRT Certification (R)
Licensed as a Medical Radiologic Technologist(MRT) in the State of Texas (Texas Medical Board).
Must have and maintain current CPR certification, according to unit specific needs. Certification must be in accordance with the curriculum of the AHA, for Healthcare Provider's Program.