Nuclear Med Tech - Nuclear Medicine - Part Time - Days
Posted on: September 16, 2023
ProMedica Toledo Hospital is one of the largest acute-care
facilities in the region. Our 794-bed hospital is staffed by more
than 4,800 professional healthcare employees who serve a 27-county
area throughout northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. We also have
the area's largest board-certified medical staff, which is made up
of more than 1,000 primary care and specialty physicians. Excellent
customer service skills and the ability to work in a fast paced
environment are a must. In addition, for 15 consecutive years,
residents of Greater Toledo have named us the Consumer Choice Award
winner in our market. In fact, we're the only hospital in northwest
Ohio to receive this honor.
Utilizes radiopharmaceuticals and radionuclides in performing
diagnostic imaging, in vitro and in vivo testing, radiotherapy, and
- Demonstrates competency and proficiency in imaging procedures
performed on patients of all ages including neonate, infant,
pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients.
- Applies knowledge of radiation physics and safety regulations
to practice radiation safety using the proper detection equipment
and dosimetry, thereby limiting the radiation exposure to the
patient, public, associates and self to as low as reasonably
achievable (ALARA). Follow all rules and regulations pertaining to
the safe and proper handling of radioactive materials.
- Performs procedures according to physicians' orders and
indication by ensuring the proper preparation of the patient and
schedule of examinations to be completed. Administer
radiopharmaceuticals using an aseptic technique, after verifying
correct patient, proper radiopharmaceutical, dose, and completing
- Seeks to provide a high quality exam by properly completing
patient medical history, charting, and documenting dose, following
department policy and procedure, and providing the necessary
images/data. Demonstrates competency in using the radiology
information and imaging systems (RIS, PACS, etc.) as well as
hospital information systems (Insight, Pt. Transportation System,
iCare, etc.) for the purpose of correctly ordering exams, supplies
and other data input.
- Maintains work area with inventory and in a clean and orderly
manner and notifies supervisor of needed pharmaceuticals and
supplies. Utilizes quality control techniques as part of the
quality assurance program for all procedures and products in the
department. - Operates equipment according to policy and alerts
appropriate individual to malfunctions.
- Meets continuing education requirements, completes hospital
required in-services, participates in research activities and
trains assigned students, being accountable for their actions. -
Must meet continuing education requirements to maintain their
nuclear medicine registry/license.
- Demonstrates high levels of care, courtesy and cooperation. -
Educates patient about their procedure and ensures patients and
their families' comfort and needs are appropriately addressed in a
dignified, confidential manner. Demonstrates awareness of safety
standards for self and patients. Follows organization's mission and
values of customer service.
- Performs other duties/tasks as assigned.
- Education: Must be a graduate of a nuclear medicine
- Skills: Must be able to cope with the stressful situations and
handle deadlines in a demanding, fast paced medical environment.
Must be able to understand directions, communicate and respond to
inquiries; requires effective interpersonal skils. Must be
competent in the use of facility communication systems and
equipment (e.g. phones, fax machines, IBEX). Must be able to input
and retrieve information from radiological or other medical
equipment and computerized systems.
- Years of Experience: NA
- License: Must have a valid State of Ohio Nuclear Medicine
license and must be registered by the ARRT or NMTCB certified. If
registry eligible, must pass registry within one year of accepting
the position (see addendum).
- Certification: Must be CPR certified
- Physical Demands: Imaging technologists must be able to
tolerate possible exposure to radiation and electrical hazards,
bloodborne pathogens or bodily fluids; must be able to tolerate
wearing heavy protective garments for extended period of time. Must
be able to move about the facility and between workstations and to
handle stooping, standing, walking, and lifting as required by the
position. Must be able to differentiate colors. Must be able to
move, lift, or carry equipment or materials according to the
Department of Labor's weight requirements. -
ProMedica -is a mission-based, not-for-profit integrated healthcare
organization headquartered in Toledo, Ohio. - -For more
information, please visit www.promedica.org/about-promedica
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment
without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion,
sex/gender (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender
identity or gender expression, age, physical or mental disability,
military or protected veteran status, citizenship, familial or
marital status, genetics, or any other legally protected category.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment
Act (ADAAA), if you have a disability and would like to request an
accommodation in order to apply for a job with ProMedica, please
Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug-Free Workplace
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