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Monroe, NC, United States
Job ID: 68459
Job Family: Radiology Services
Status: Part Time
Detailed Shift and Schedule: 1st shift, M-F, call rotation
Job Type: Regular
Department Name: 11081005639381-Nuclear Medicine
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Atrium Health Union is a 182-bed hospital in Monroe, NC, providing comprehensive emergency services and specialty medical care. The campus offers a variety of medical services, including a day surgery center, cancer treatment center, long-term care facility, behavioral health center, specialty care clinics, a community wellness and outreach program, a women and children’s center, interventional heart program and physician practices. For more than 15 years this hospital has been serving the Monroe area, and we have worked to add new services and more specialized physicians and programs to meet the growing health care needs of our community.
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Job SummaryKnowledgeable and competent in the handling of positron emitting radiopharmaceuticals, computers, and scintillation detection equipment. Operates both Nuclear Medicine and PET equipment to obtain diagnostic images or measurements of pharmaceutical distribution in specified body areas.
This position requires moderate to heavy physical efforts in lifting and moving patients, equipment and supplies up to 600 pounds with assistance. May be required to stretch, bend, twist, squat and kneel in performing Diagnostic procedures. Vision and hearing for distances of at least 20 feet is necessary. Able to carry weights of up to 25 pounds while moving film jackets, supplies or equipment to work areas. Significant walking will be required as approximately 50% of work time will be standing. 50% of work time will be operating computers, monitors, survey meters and other equipment requiring manual dexterity and use of the hands. Precision manual dexterity required for venipuncture and radiopharmaceutical administration.
High School Diploma or GED required. Successful completion of AMA approved Nuclear Medicine Technology program required. Registered with NMTCB or ARRT (N) required. Nuclear Medicine Technology experience preferred. Proficiency in computer, radiation physics, and tomographic imaging highly preferred. Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider (BLS HCP) from AHA required.
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