University of Florida Jacksonville Healthcare, Inc.
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at University of Florida Jacksonville Healthcare, Inc.
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday 8am thru 4:30pm or 11:30am thru 8pm; Rotating on Weekends
The University of Florida Jacksonville Physician (UFJPI) multi-modality technologist will be required to perform high quality radiologic exams with a minimum of two qualifying/credentialed modalities to meet the specific needs of the departments. The Multi-Modality Imaging Technologist is required to work routinely in all disciplines in which they are registered to perform exams. These include: Diagnostic X-ray, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Ultrasound, Mammography and Bone Density. The multi-modality technologist must participate in the on call schedule where applicable.
Technologist will be required to perform invasive and non-invasive procedures, utilize sterile techniques when necessary, and operate complex imaging equipment under the direction of the Medical Director and Radiology Manager.
Perform venipuncture to administer contrast media and other medications with appropriate clinical education.
Follow scanning protocols as established by the radiologist.
Initiates life support measures as appropriate.
Demonstrate knowledge of department and notifies Bio-Med and other service engineers of equipment issues.
Reviews image quality and forwards timely to PACS.
Performs and logs QA/QC for equipment in use.
Collects and document appropriate patient history.
Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
Staff orientation, onboarding, training and development.
Attends staff meetings and completes mandatory training.
Participates in weekend schedule coverage.
Adheres to dress code, core values, policies & procedures, time & attendance guidelines and confidentiality.
Preparation for The Joint Commission, ACR, MQSA, and Stericycle inspections and knowledge of regulatory requirements.
Maintains patient confidentiality through HIPPA requirements.
Covers additional shifts based on the department need.
Performs all other duties assigned by management within job specifications.
Required Education & Experience:
Graduate of an accredited Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) program.
3-5 years’ experience in a multi-disciplined Radiology Department.
Knowledge of radiographic procedures and practices.
Required Licensure/ Certifications:
Must be American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) registered and hold post primary certification in a minimum of one additional qualifying discipline in which exams will be performed in the role of Multi-Modality Technologist upon hire. Must also hold current Basic Life Support certification and Florida State License for Radiographers.
UFJPI is an Equal Opportunity Institution