MRI Tech- Part Time- Evenings- Penn Medicine Radnor (16 hours per week)
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Penn Medicine Radnor is looking for a part-time MRI Tech for the Evening Shift!
Summary: Performs a variety of MRI and MRA procedures and is responsible for patient safety protocols and assists the Radiologists with diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. The MRI Technologist will treat all patients professionally and function as the first line interface with patients in the successful accomplishments of their imaging needs.
- Performs all necessary checks of diagnosis, prescription, precertification, Epic order and patient identification as demonstrated by documentation.
2.Greets patients--confirming their identifications performing the correct procedures as directed and completely explaining the procedure to patient and family as directed.
3.Obtains patient history, screens patients for any and all surgeries and implanted items, explains procedures, gains consent for contrast and verifies GFR as needed, and addresses patient concerns as demonstrated by documentation and feedback.
4.Place Angio-catheters, inject IV MRI contrast agents as directed by the Radiologist.Monitors the patient’s status, tolerance and wellbeing throughout the study
5.Operates the MRI scanner and all RF coils, MRI workstations, patient monitoring equipment and MR injectors to produce high quality images. Archive, Verify and Film MRI images to hard-copy format as needed
6.Performs quality assurance testing consistent with section protocols.
7.Compliance with OSHA, TJC, DOH and other mandated safety procedures or regulations.
8.Maintains necessary inventory supplies for assigned workstation, rotating stock in an orderly fashion and eliminating outdated items.
9.Responds to emergency situations according to department policies
10.Establishes and maintains good working relationships and partnerships within the facility and with outside customers of our services.
11.Calls in results of STATS and other cases as determined by the Radiologist and department policy
12.Communicate equipment problems and image quality issues
13.Other duties as assigned
- Basic Cardiac Life Support (Required)
- ARRT (Required)
Education or Equivalent Experience:
- H.S. Diploma/GED and Completion of an approved two-year school of Radiologic Technology required.
- Graduate from an approved MRI program
- Must be ARRT, Registered in MRI and 1 year MR experience
- MRI experience in a hospital setting is preferred.
- Must maintain CE credits for certification.
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