Surgical Care Affiliates

Radiation Technologist

US-CT-Danbury
Type
Pool
# of Openings
1

Overview

SCA owns and/or  provides management services to 205 ambulatory  surgery centers, surgical hospitals, and hospital surgery departments,in partnership  with approximately 2,800 physicians and in affiliation with 105 health systems. SCA's clinical systems, service line growth strategies, benchmarking processes, and efficiency programs create measurable advantage for surgical facilities- clinically, operationally, and financially. 

 

Facility Description:

Western Connecticut Orthopedic Surgical Center

 

Accountabilities / Responsibilities

Radiation Technologist- responsible for the fluoroscopic x-rays (C­ Arm) procedures and other radiation  procedures according to facility policy.  The radiation technologist is responsible to assist with the provision of patient care to meet identified patient outcomes, and to achieve the goals of the facility as directed by the Clinical leader/Registered Nurse.  

  • Explaining procedures to patients and answering questions.
  • Preparing equipment for use as needed.
  • Positioning patients for imaging exams.
  • Documenting key procedure information.
  • Reporting important information to the physician.
  • Ensuring safety of patients during exams.
  • Self-directed and works under direction of the Clinical Leader/Registered Nurse.


Qualifications

Education, Experience, and Licensure: High School graduate or equivalent; completion of an accredited radiology program required.  1-2 years experience in radiology.  Knowledge and understanding of radiology principles and practices. Certification  in radiation required.  Successful completion of BCLS course within 90 days of employment required or documentation of current BCLS certification. Experience with GE OEC 9800 Plus C-Arm machine required. 

 

Proficiency or productivity standards:

Able to complete duties in a timely manner.

 

Please send resumes to: diane.heelan@scasurgery.com

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