Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Rutland Regional Medical Center Rutland , VT 05701

Posted 2 months ago

Under the supervision of a radiologist, and direction of the Lead Nuclear Medicine Technologist, this position competently performs imaging on nuclear medicine equipment.# Responsible for following scanning and imaging protocols.# Must have the ability to recognize cross-sectional anatomy, performs scans and inject isotopes where applicable.# Responsible for providing service excellence and complying with hospital policies and procedures.# Uses the RIS/PACS and HIS for proper recording of patient exams and dissemination of patient results. # Minimum Education # High School graduate or equivalent Must have completed an AMA approved and accredited Nuclear Medicine Technology program# Graduate of an accredited School of Radiologic Technology# Minimum Work Experience # Recent, up to one year, hospital related experience Digital Imaging and post processing PACS experience# Required Licenses/Certifications # Must be certified by the nuclear medicine technology certification board (N.M.T.C.B.) or ARRT certification Must possess current Vt. state NMRT license BLS Certification through American Heart Association Must obtain 24 ECE credits, in a two year period, for re-certification and licensure# Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities # Advanced assessment skills pertinent to the specialty area. Knowledge # ability to change procedure and/or perform additional studies to evaluate and demonstrate the area of concern, providing optimal diagnostic exams. Ability to evaluate the appropriateness of examinations based on the clinical information provided. Ability to plan, organize, set goals and objectives for review and evaluation. Intermediate Microsoft desktop application skills (Outlook, Word, Excel). # #

Under the supervision of a radiologist, and direction of the Lead Nuclear Medicine Technologist, this position competently performs imaging on nuclear medicine equipment. Responsible for following scanning and imaging protocols. Must have the ability to recognize cross-sectional anatomy, performs scans and inject isotopes where applicable. Responsible for providing service excellence and complying with hospital policies and procedures. Uses the RIS/PACS and HIS for proper recording of patient exams and dissemination of patient results.

Minimum Education

  • High School graduate or equivalent

  • Must have completed an AMA approved and accredited Nuclear Medicine Technology program

  • Graduate of an accredited School of Radiologic Technology

Minimum Work Experience

  • Recent, up to one year, hospital related experience

  • Digital Imaging and post processing PACS experience

Required Licenses/Certifications

  • Must be certified by the nuclear medicine technology certification board (N.M.T.C.B.) or ARRT certification

  • Must possess current Vt. state NMRT license

  • BLS Certification through American Heart Association

  • Must obtain 24 ECE credits, in a two year period, for re-certification and licensure

Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

  • Advanced assessment skills pertinent to the specialty area.

  • Knowledge & ability to change procedure and/or perform additional studies to evaluate and demonstrate the area of concern, providing optimal diagnostic exams.

  • Ability to evaluate the appropriateness of examinations based on the clinical information provided.

  • Ability to plan, organize, set goals and objectives for review and evaluation.

  • Intermediate Microsoft desktop application skills (Outlook, Word, Excel).

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