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Charlotte, NC, United States
Job ID: 79418
Job Family: Radiology Services
Status: Part Time
Detailed Shift and Schedule: PRN
Job Type: Regular
Department Name: 11011005039243-Radiology - Diagnostics
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Atrium Health’s Carolinas Medical Center (CMC)is the flagship hospital of Atrium Health, distinguished throughout the Southeast for its excellent patient care and medical expertise. From its modest beginnings in 1943, CMC evolved into the largest hospital in the region and a world-class facility that offers a full range of services to the Charlotte community and beyond, with more than 1,100 physicians and providers specializing in all areas of medicine.
CMC serves as the region’s only Level 1 trauma center and is an approved transplant center for heart, kidney, pancreas, and liver. We are also one of North Carolina’s five Academic Medical Center Teaching Hospitals, providing residency training for more than 200 physicians in 15 specialties and serving as a regional campus for the Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
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Performs technical level radiographic examinations under the direction of the Radiologist. Supervises radiology area assigned by leadership. Services diagnostic radiographic procedures with demonstrated proficiency utilizing radiation safety practices to produce a high quality examination.
Requires strenuous physical effort while assisting patients from wheelchairs and stretchers. Handles equipment and monitors supplies. May frequently be required to stretch, bend, twist, squat or kneel in operating all Radiographic equipment. Able to use hands for power gripping, speed work and precision during manipulation of radiographic equipment and in the case of injured and/or diseased patients. Vision and hearing for distances of up to 10 feet is necessary. Exposure to various physical conditions throughout the workday such as walking on hard surfaces, climbing stairs and being near moving equipment. Able to adapt to changes in temperature and humidity.
Education, Experience and Certifications
Completion of formal Radiology Technology Program in an AMA-approved facility. Registry eligible or registered by the ARRT. 1 year of direct patient care work experience. Must pass competencies to include trauma and pediatric protocols. BLS required per policy guidelines.