The Nuclear Medicine Tech performs diagnostic testing using nuclear medicine technology. Instructs patients on procedures. Position requires independent judgment and understanding of nuclear medicine properties to perform tests. Transports patient to scanner location and assists with patient placement on scanner.
Work in this position will primarily be located in Princeton, Wyoming, Mora, St. Croix Falls, and Little Falls MN.
While this position is not scheduled for weekends, there is a call rotation (6-7 week rotation).
Performs Nuclear Medicine Examinations
Applies advanced understanding of imaging techniques, disease processes and application of quantitative and quantification formulas and procedures.
Reexamines questionnaire data
Performs exams with technical accuracy and in a timely manner
Identifies anatomical orientation on all required images
Completes communication of pertinent data to persons responsible for the care of the patient following the exam
Positions patient appropriately to achieve quality diagnostic images.
Verifies patient identification and documentation
Communicates with and educates the patient regarding pertinent information during all aspects of the exam
Ensures patient data integrity
Accurately completes computer functions; edits, scheduling, billing, status changes and file jacket transfers in a timely manger
Accurate film identification and jacket preparation or digital image manipulation and archiving
Participates as an active team member
Orients and mentors new employees
Participates in improvement initiatives
Responsible for personal and professional development to ensure current knowledge required for position
Cleans and maintains patient areas, supplies and equipment
Accepts unique customer service expectations in imaging
Demonstrates Commitment to Customers
Is aware of different customer needs/desires.
Takes action to meet customer needs/desires with respect to customer diversity.
Helps improve processes to meet customer needs.
Suggests and acts on ideas to improve overall customer service.
Respects confidentiality and shares information with only those that need to know
Demonstrates Commitment to Fellow Employees
Seeks to understand and value differences between employees.
Treats other employees with dignity and respect.
Demonstrates open, honest communication and behavior.
Resolves conflict in a positive manner.
Contributes to the productivity of the workgroup.
Demonstrates Commitment to CMDI
Lives the values of dignity, integrity, service and compassion.
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