Radiology Support Clerk

Capital Health Trenton , NJ 08601

Posted 3 months ago


Position #: 0318


  • Accesses PACS and identifies patients studies. Prints images, or burns CD from PACS.

  • Executes retrieval of radiology reports, for review by authorized individuals, inclusive of faxing reports.

  • Serves as the first point of contact for visitors and callers. Greets and announces visitors and notifies appropriate staff member.

  • Answers and screens telephone calls and takes messages. Responds to inquiries from callers and visitors or refers to department staff.

  • Copies records and other information as needed. Sorts and distributes department mail.

  • Interacts with customers via telephone and in person to gather and obtain information relating to exam including insurance information, referrals, and prescriptions.

  • Orders imaging examinations per physician orders.

  • Ensures unit is supplied with the necessary forms and supplies.

  • Facilitates the movement of patients into and out of the department. Coordinates with patient transport.


  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Experience in a medical related field with medical terminology and human anatomy coursework, preferred.
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