The Lead Multi-Modality Technologist will act as a subject matter expert for the department to include; onboarding, communication, equipment maintenance, scheduling, and resolving safety, patient and team member concerns. Performs exams and procedures in more than one modality. Complies with all regulatory requirements in providing safe and appropriate care for the patient.
Completion of a formal Radiology program with associated certificate or degree
3 Years’ experience in CT/MRI.
Current license from the Illinois Emergency Management Agency as a Registered Radiologic Technologist.
ARRT in Radiography certification
Advanced Registry Certification in assigned modality within 12 months.
Basic Life Support certification American Heart Association (BLS for Health Care Providers)
Mammography: Meets all initial MQSA requirements for the mammography technologist (So does this mean they need ARRT (M)?
5 years of experience in modality
Advanced Registry Certification in assigned modality
Job seekers will be afforded equal opportunity regardless of their race, ethnicity, veteran status or disability status.
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