This position requires an understanding of cross-sectional anatomy, pathology and medical terminology. The technologist is expected to perform all aspects of MRI imaging according to established protocols, safety research, and workflow processes. The individual will require a high degree of accuracy in positioning, contrast administration, along with knowledge in patient safety, and MRI safety. A MR technologist will assist the radiologist in the completion of MR examinations ranging from routine exams to advanced exams. The position requires the technologist to act as a primary liaison between patients, radiologists and other healthcare members. Professional and ethical judgment, along with critical thinking will be necessary in the performance of duties.
Graduate of a J.R.C.E.R.T. accredited program of Radiologic Technology.
ARRT Radiology registry required.
Magnetic Resonance ARRT Radiology Registry Recommended
1 Year MRI experience preferred
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