The MRI Technologist performs magnetic resonance imaging procedures utilizing various imaging equipment and contrast material. Prepares and administers gadolinium based contrast material based on Carle policies and procedures.
Associate's Degree in Related Field or Certificate in Radiologic Technology
CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS
Basic Life Support (BLS) within 30 days and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)(ARMRIT) within 1 year or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MR)(ARRT) within 1 year.
Demonstrated technical expertise in radiology.
Positive attitude and demonstrated willingness to assess and improve work environment. Ability to perform multiple tasks while coordinating patient flow and a variety of technical procedures requiring independent judgment and initiative.
- Demonstrates acceptable imaging quality standards by critiquing positioning, technical factors and alignment.
- Reviews patient data for accuracy, quality and completeness.
- Ensures patient, visitor and environmental safety. Reports safety events immediately including those that are a near miss.
- May perform duties of MRI Lead or Imaging Coordinator in their absence.
- Meets productivity levels as established by department benchmarking. Assists other areas during downtimes so to maintain productivity.
- May be required to perform duties of other modalities within the department to which licensers are held by the technologist/sonographer.
- Complies with other job descriptions of cross-trained modalities also performed within the department.
- Required secondary registries are not required for cross trained modalities at facility unless otherwise required by specific compliance, licensure, or accrediting bodies.
- Research assignments as needed.
- Keeps up on regulatory requirements in relation to MRI exams and equipment.
- Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with patients, medical staff and the public.
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