We are looking for a casual Nuclear Medicine Technologist. In this position you will work at Ridges and Southdale hospitals. Shifts primarily worked will be weekdays.
The Nuclear Medicine Technologist performs all non-PET related Nuclear Medicine procedures according to the Minnesota Department of Health established policies and procedures, methods and standards to provide quality patient care.
Maintains knowledge of, and complies with, all relevant laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standards.
Actively participates in creating and implementing improvements.
Performs Nuclear Medicine procedures to aid in diagnosis determination and treatment.
Maintains records and policies to fulfill requirements of MDH and JCAH.
Assists in maintenance of equipment to ensure proper function and availability. Maintains supply inventory to ensure availability of required items.
Assists Radiologist and/or Staff Physician in Nuclear Medicine procedure performance to expedite patient flow.
Monitors radionuclide doses to ensure no miss-administration
Coordinates procedure scheduling to ensure appropriate patient flow.
Trains alternate staff to provide adequate staffing. Coordinates coverage for Nuclear Medicine procedures to provide continuous service availability. Provides coverage for after-hour services as required by department needs.
Provides appropriate information for billing purposes to ensure prompt and accurate charge data.
Associate's degree from an accredited Radiologic Technologist or Medical Diagnostic Sonography, or Nuclear Medicine Technology.
1 year experience
Basic Life Support (BLS) - Must be from American Heart Association or American Heart Association and current at time of hire
Either R.T (N) or CNMT (Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist) certification required. NMTCB registry eligible.
Knowledge of general and cardiac Nuclear Medicine procedures.
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