Performs radiology examinations following hospital and radiology standards
when ordered by a physician or other allied health practitioners for diagnostic
purposes as directed by the Radiologist.
I. Essential Duties and Responsibilities
1. Reads, analyzes and interprets common scientific and technical journals,
manuals and procedures.
2. Provides patient/family education pertinent to scheduled exams.
3. Communicates pertinent patient information promptly to appropriate
technologist and/or radiologist.
4. Applies concepts of radiology and safety when performing examinations on
5. Provides quality service for all aspects of the pre-exam (QC, products and
supply preparation, understanding procedures).
6. Provides quality service for all aspects of the exam (exam, recognizing
interrelationship of exams, accurate and precise resulting).
7. Provides quality service for all aspects of the post-exam (remedial and
corrective action, documentation).
8. Demonstrates knowledge, skill and accuracy in the operation and
maintenance of all department equipment.
9. Prepares and maintains departmental records, reports, statistics, logs, files and
other documents as required in written and computer format.
10. Greets patients and schedules exams.
11. Performs other duties as assigned.
Graduate of an approved school of Radiologic Technology.
Registered or registry eligible.
Registration as a Radiologic Technologist (American Registry of Radiologic Technology-ARRT) is
required within 6 months of employment.
Current American Heart Association BLS or American Red Cross CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and
Health Care Providers Certification. Non-certified employees must attain certification within 60 days of
employment in position.