The Diagnostic Radiology Technologist performs diagnostic medical radiographic procedures on all patient populations (neonate through geriatric) and exhibits superior levels of customer service. The technologist effectively operates radiographic equipment to produce quality images in a variety of settings (Radiology Department, Emergency Department, Operating Room, or at the patient's bedside). The technologist explains procedures to the patient, demonstrates appropriate patient positioning, and obtains optimum views of specified anatomy. The technologist adjusts equipment controls to set exposure factors based on knowledge of the procedure and established guidelines. The technologist demonstrates effective radiation safety practices and assists the Radiologist, when necessary. The technologist interacts with numerous computer programs and systems on a daily basis. The technologist may also perform various other duties as assigned by the Radiology Supervisor or Director of Radiology.
Graduate of an AMA approved school of Radiologic Technology
Registered or registry eligible Radiologic Technologist
American Registry of Radiology Technology (ARRT) or graduate student eligible for exam
Kansas License for Radiology Technology
Basic Life Support certification will be accepted from either American Red Cross CPR/AED for the Health Care Provider, or Basic Life Support (American Heart Association-Health Care Provider), or successfully completes within the first 90 days of employment.
Internal Number: 56300
About Salina Regional Health Center
At the Salina Regional Health Center, our most valuable resource is our people — each an important member of the Salina Regional family. We know that North Central Kansans seek, and demand, the highest standards in healthcare. Our employees are passionate about being a part of the region's healthcare leader — each is critical to our healthcare process. Armed with the latest medical technology, expertly guided by capable physicians, and made human by our caring, attentive and friendly nurses, staff and employees — all helps ensure our patients get better when they trust us with their healthcare. Every day, and for every patient, so they'll have confidence for the good life.