Statement of Position
Responsible for accurate imaging in an outpatient clinic setting including but not limited to chest, limb, and sinus imaging. Responsible for accurate laboratory testing in an outpatient clinical lab to include phlebotomy, hematology, urinalysis, specimen processing, and Point of Care chemistry and coagulation.
Demonstrates competency in performing radiology exams within the scope of practice for Limited Radiology Operator Certification.
Demonstrates proficiency in moderate complex laboratory practice including phlebotomy, hematology, urinalysis, specimen processing, and point of care chemistry and coagulation.
Performs required quality control and proficiency testing, evaluates data, and implements corrective action as needed.
Maintains competency in use of clinical information systems, including RIS, LIS, and EHR, as they apply to job.
Manages sufficient supply inventory.
Demonstrates competence in use and maintenance of equipment.
Demonstrates compliance with OMC and department policies and procedures.
Completes and meets all mandatory requirements.
Assists with policy and procedure review, development of new testing and training of new employees, as assigned.
Performs phlebotomy at skilled nursing facilities, as needed.
High school diploma, or equivalent, required
Graduate of an accredited Radiological Technology Program or obtained Limited scope operator certification
Certified by the ARRT and in good standing with continuing education (ECE's)
Prior experience preferred
Requires good communication skills and ability to exercise independent judgment and decision-making in problem identification and resolution
Valid driver's license
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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Olmstead Medical Center