The diagnostic Radiologic Technologist performs radiographic examinations of the highest possible quality while limiting radiation exposure and using conventional, computerized radiology, and c-arm radiology equipment. Complies with measures to assure that patient/customer satisfaction results are consistently maintained. Appropriately supervises students according to competency level.
Knowledge of radiology standards and procedures normally acquired through graduation of an approved radiology school, an Associate Degree in Radiology, or sufficient on the job training to meet ARRT certification requirements
State of Wisconsin Licensed Radiographer license required
Current CPR certification or obtained within 90 days of hire
Training to demonstrate complete working knowledge of all diagnostic radiographic equipment within the facility
Ability to deal with patients and the public in a cooperative, courteous and tactful manner, with good communication skills necessary to convey instructions to patients in order to gain cooperation and compliance, to gain necessary clinical information, and to convey patient information to nursing staff, physicians and co-workers
Must have reading skills compatible with confirming patient identity and interpreting physician orders, and the ability to input and extract information from a computer
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