The Nuclear Medicine Technologist will apply isotopes to the patient in accordance with a doctor's order. Must be able to handle the movement, set-up and operation of Nuclear Medicine Equipment. The Tech must be able to handle all patients according to the needs of that patient.Â
Completion of Nuclear Medicine ProgramÂ
Radiology Associate Degree required or B.S. degree preferred
2 years of Nuclear Medicine experience preferred, but not requiredÂ
Nuclear Cardiology preferredÂ
Clinical experience requirements as outlined by the American Registry of Radiologic TechnologistsÂ
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