at Conway Regional Heath System in Conway, Arkansas, United States
The Nuclear Medicine Technologist is responsible for performing a variety of specialized technical tasks. They will utilize detection of radiation in patients to assist medical and professional personnel in detecting anatomical abnormalities while complying with Conway Regional Health System policies and procedures. Through documentation and oral communication, essential information is shared with professional/technical health care personnel. The registered Nuclear Medicine technologist will maintain their professional level of expertise as required by Conway Regional Health System policy. Will be responsible for verifying orders, charging procedures, working knowledge of PACS system, and transport of patients with all necessary paperwork completed.
ARRT (NM) certification and/or NMTCB certification within one year of employment.
Maintain the professional status “Active” register member of ARRT / NMTCB by fulfilling CME requirements
Arkansas State License in Nuclear Medicine
Successful completion of American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers prior to completion of orientation
Previous Computer Experience
Knowledge of Joint Commission and Arkansas Department of Health requirements preferredOther education and experience may be substituted (if applicable) for the required minimum job qualifications with the approval of the Corporate Director of Human Resources.
Perform Nuclear Medicine exams as ordered by the physician.
Maintain a clean, safe and efficient work environment through complying with all policies and procedures
Maintain levels of quality that meet or exceed customer expectations through process improvement and a team-oriented approach
Actively participate in staff meetings, in-services, and continuing education
Maintain confidentiality in matters relating to patient, family and staff
Street: 2302 College Ave
Shift: Monday through Friday Daytime