Lexington, KY


LOCATION: Lexington, KY
Are you interested in residing in the vicinity of Lexington and contributing to the well-being of the community by working in a hospital system dedicated to improving the health of its patients?
This hospital is deeply committed to meeting the needs of the community and the region by providing exceptionally high-quality healthcare services.
-An Associate’s Degree is required (Graduate of a Radiology Program Discipline). A Bachelor's degree is preferred.
-Must be CT Certified in the state of KY and be registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
-A minimum of 5 years of experience in CT imaging is required.
Hours and Compensation:
This is a full-time position. The schedule is as follows: Monday (6:30am-4pm), Tuesday, Thursday, Friday (7am-4:30pm).
The salary range is between 45K-80K, and a comprehensive benefits package including a potential sign-on/relocation bonus is offered.
-Assist the Director in the recruitment and selection process for new staff, act as a preceptor for new employees during training, conduct educational in-services as needed, manage staff schedules, review policies, and report Dose Watch and Dose Check information.
-Oversee Dose Index Reporting, act as a superuser, and facilitate user trainings. Generate benchmarking reports as necessary for RDOP committee, among other tasks.
-Ensure ACR accreditation for the CT Scanners is maintained. Complete renewal process in a timely manner and submit necessary documentation.
-Evaluate patient history and physician's orders. Educate patients on procedures, equipment, and exams to ensure their understanding and cooperation.
-Administer contrast media and/or medications within the scope of practice when ordered. Continuously monitor patient condition and promptly report/respond to any changes in status.
-Prepare equipment and supplies. Determine appropriate exposure factors and imaging parameters. Adhere to safety standards and conduct quality control procedures on equipment.
-Troubleshoot, resolve, and/or report equipment malfunctions as needed.
-Position patients and perform imaging procedures. Analyze results and identify any issues with the quality of images. Take necessary actions to resolve image quality concerns, including repositioning patients and repeating procedures. Enter, transmit, and report scan results.
Additional Information:
-This position reports to the Director of Radiology. The individual must be comfortable with hands-on duties as it is an active role at times.
-This is an excellent department to be a part of.
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