Santa Monica, CA 90401
The primary role of a radiologic technologist (also called an x-ray technologist or radiographer) is using x-ray equipment to produce images of tissues, organs, bones, and vessels and administering radiation therapy treatments.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
These are the essential job functions for a rad tech but are not limited to the following.
- Preparing equipment for use as needed.
- Preparing examination rooms for patient exams.
- Positioning patients for imaging exams.
- Documenting information with computers.
- Obtaining images for any areas requested by the physician or radiologist
- Ensuring safety of patients during exams.
- Measuring bone mineral density at a specific anatomical site.
- Assisting radiologists and physicians in the process of understanding and evaluating the images
- Post High School Vocational/Specialized Training.
- Certified Radiologic Technologist by State of California (C.R.T.)
- Must be certified by the America Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT)
- Fluoroscopic License
- Minimum of 1 year experience as a Radiology Technologist.
- Up to date health records and immunizations.
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