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Radiologic Technologist H96234

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Texas Tech University Amarillo , TX 79105

Posted 5 days ago

This position is responsible for performing essential radiological procedures and for handling the necessary details associated with those procedures; i.e. preparing patients for procedures, processing film, and maintaining records and reports. Work is performed under general supervision.

Work is performed independently within established guidelines and procedures. Work is performed in usual clinic conditions; requires a high degree of contact with patients and physicians. Major/Essential Functions Prepares patients for procedures; positions patients and operates appropriate equipment to perform x-ray procedures.

Utilize EMR including completing reminders and ensuring x-ray results are entered into EMR.

Maintains records and reports on patients; maintains a daily count of patients for monthly report. Schedule daily.

Order and maintain supplies and coordinates preventive maintenance on equipment.

Assist in the Pharmacy as needed.

Performs other duties as assigned. Occasional Duties Other duties as assigned Required Qualifications +Education:+ * A minimum of a high School diploma or equivalent.

  • Completion of approved two year program in radiological technology.
  • License/Certification:+ Registered with the American Registry of Radiological Technology.

  • Experience:+ At least two years of experience in radiology. Related education may be substituted for the required experience. Preferred Qualifications Correctional eperience.

Electronic Medical Records (EMR) experience.

Basic computer.



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Radiologic Technologist H96234

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Texas Tech University