Tampa General Hospital (TGH) is a private not-for-profit hospital and one of the most comprehensive medical facilities in West Central Florida serving a dozen counties with a population in excess of 4 million. As one of the largest hospitals in Florida, TGH is licensed for 1,007 beds, and with more than 8,000 employees, is one of the region's largest employers.
TGH is the area's only level I trauma center and one of just four burn centers in Florida. With five medical helicopters* we transport critically injured or ill patients from 23 surrounding counties to receive the advanced care they need.
The hospital is home to one of the busiest solid organ transplant centers in the country. TGH is a nationally designated comprehensive stroke center, and has a 32-bed Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit. Other outstanding centers include cardiovascular, orthopedics, high risk and normal obstetrics, urology, ENT, endocrinology, and the Children's Medical Center, which features a nine-bed pediatric intensive care unit, pediatric kidney transplant services and one of just three outpatient pediatric dialysis units in the state. As the region's leading safety net hospital, Tampa General is committed to providing area residents with excellent and compassionate health care ranging from the simplest to the most complex medical services.
Tampa General Hospital was named the #1 hospital in Tampa Bay by U.S. News & World Report, 2018-19, and recognized as one of America's Best Hospital's in six medical specialties:
Diabetes & Endocrinology, Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, Nephrology, Orthopedics, Pulmonology and Urology. Tampa General Hospital has been designated a Magnet Hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the highest recognition for nursing excellence. TGH is accredited by The Joint Commission and was awarded disease-specific certification in six medical specialties. TGH is also accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Under the direction of a Radiologist, Administrative Director or Radiology Section Leader, performs radiographic procedures according to protocols established for various age groups of patients, at a technical level not requiring constant supervision of technical detail.
Performs a wide variety of technical procedures that will require independent judgment, ingenuity and initiative to apply prescribed ionizing radiation for radiological diagnosis.
Assumes responsibility for designated area or procedures as required.
Assesses the age-specific needs of the patients.
Acquires data to input into the nuclear computers, maintains department computers, and performs all scans set forth in department procedure manual.
Responsible for performing job duties in accordance with the mission, vision and values of TGH.
Completion of a 2-year training program in Nuclear Medicine from a AMA approved school.
Must be licensed by the State of Florida in Nuclear Medicine Technology, and carry a national registry such and the Nuclear Medicine Certification Board and/or the ARRT.
Current CPR certification and 4 hours HIV/AIDS.
Florida Licensure or will have 90 days to become licensed to practice as Radiologic Technologist by State of Florida. Will not be able to perform exams prior to evidence of licensure.
2 years of experience preferred.
The Tampa General Hospital Foundation Inc