Under the direct supervision of the Manager, Heart Cardiac Catheterization Lab and / or Electrophysiology Lab, the Senior Radiology Technician is responsible for performing procedures, properly operating radiology equipment, and processing films and results in a timely manner during procedures specific to department.
Performs exams as directed by physician to ensure appropriate views of anatomy are taken that will facilitate an accurate diagnosis.
Assists physician directly, utilizing sterile technique for all invasive procedures.
Prepares patient for diagnostic procedures including pulse assessment and sterile field preparation.
Participates in assessment and quality of equipment and daily operational supplies with the department Manager and makes recommendations accordingly.
Able to take emergency call after hours and on weekends when the need for emergent procedures occur
Competent in Radial, femoral, brachial, and arterial sheath pulls
Efficient with team circulating, scrub role, reporting/recording systems, and xray equipment.
Maintains adequate level of supplies and proficient with inventory management system.
Notifies appropriate personnel to ensure proper maintenance of equipment.
Remains abreast of current developments by attending related seminars and reviewing current literature.
Assists in other areas of Heart and Vascular, if needed, if there is no other work in designated department .
Conducts patient education and screening and scheduling.
Complies with all Radiology Information System and PACS entry requirements for accurate patient, film, supply, tracking monitors.
Ensures the safety of patients, visitors, co-workers and self by using appropriate radiation and bloodborne pathogen precautions.
Operates and maintains radiology equipment used for procedures.
Processes, stores and controls quality of film.
Assists with set up and execution of procedures and transportation of patients.
Takes appropriate steps to ensure safety of patients and staff from radiology equipment.
Inputs patient charges to update billing.
Orders supplies as needed.
Attends continuing education programs and completes mandatory training in order to maintain licensure, position specific ongoing competencies and professional growth.
Follows hospital and department policies and procedures with special attention to attendance and punctuality, confidentiality, dress code and display of ID badge, and safety.
Other duties as assigned
Current license as a radiologic technologist in the State of Ohio.
Registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Obtained certification by ARRT in cardiovascular technology within two years of appointment to the position.
Maintains current CPR certification.
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