To apply prescribed ionizing radiation for radiologic diagnosis in accordance with policy and procedure, practicing radiation safety methods at all time. To select appropriate technical factors limiting the need for re-exposure and in accordance with equipment operating guidelines.
To apply patient care, communicating the procedure performed, lessening apprehension and in accordance with the Maryville Imaging’s Patent’s Rights policies. Knowledge of the needs of patient according to their age group and the ability to modify care according to patient’s age.
Service and Quality Standards:
Is Customer focused
Anticipates customer needs
Adheres to customer service standards
Is Competent, caring and compassionate
Treats coworkers and customers with dignity and respect
Demonstrates competent, caring and compassionate behavior
to customers and coworkers
Is conversation conscious
Assures confidentiality of patient and employee information
Is positive in interactions with others
Is courteous and respectful
Promotes a harassment free environment
Inspires the trust of others
Acts in accordance with Radiology policies and Code of Excellence/ Code of Conduct, and identifies any conflicts of interest.
Is excellent in patient care and service
Demonstrates multidisciplinary cooperation
Assists in obtaining excellent satisfaction scores of feedback
Is safety conscious
Demonstrates safety consciousness and supports safety initiatives
Is involved with improvement efforts
Supports performance improvement
Seeks ways to improve systems and services
Shows commitment to improvement efforts
Meets mandatory educational requirements
Is a loyal ambassador
Is active and involved
Champions innovation and supports change
Is a positive role model
Fosters team cooperation
Is a good steward of Anderson hospital resources
Develops/uses efficient work methods
Is cost effective
Conserves organizational resources
- Performs and documents patient and family education activities including assessing, performing and documenting
- Provides age specific and population specific care, supports patient’s rights and responsibilities, including
Respect of cultural and religious diversity
- Uses proper positioning and technical factors to obtain high quality images
- Accurately identifies images and includes patient history
- Proficiently operates radiographic equipment
- Assists physicians, and other technologists with procedures
- Is in compliance with all radiation safety standards
- Documents and completes accurately and in a timely manner all exam information
- Demonstrates specific specimen collection skills as listed and in accordance with the laboratory policy
- Demonstrates specific laboratory outpatient skills as listed and in accordance with the laboratory policy.
- Support patient’s rights and responsibilities, including respect of cultural, ethical and religious
12. Provides age-appropriate and population specific patient care in a safe, skillful, accurate and
efficient manner to adult and geriatric populations.
Education Requirements and Other Requirements:
Education Level: High school diploma or equivalent.
Certification/Licensure: Formal radiologic technology training in AMA approved school.
Must be ARRT registered and IDNS licensed unrestricted.
Current BLS: Required
Extensive walking, standing, pushing and/or lifting medium to heavy weight. Exposure to radiation.
Exposure Category I: Tasks that involve exposure to blood, body fluids or tissues: All procedures or other job related tasks that involve inherent potential for mucous membrane or skin contact with blood, body fluids or tissues, or a potential for spills or splashes of them are Category I tasks. Use of appropriate protective measures should be required for every employee engaged in Category I tasks.