Abrazo Scottsdale Campus (located at AZ-51 and Bell Road in Phoenix) is a 136-bed full-service acute care community-based hospital which has provided excellent comprehensive medical care to patients in the northeastern region of metro Phoenix for more than 30 years. Abrazo Scottsdale Campus provides specialized services such as an accredited chest pain center, wound care and hyperbaric (high pressure) medicine, advanced orthopedics featuring navigational technology and sports medicine, expanded rehabilitation services, enhanced diagnostic imaging.
Performs a variety of radiological procedures, including vascular, invasive, interventional examinations and computerized tomographic procedures. Possesses highly technical skills to operate sophisticated equipment. Ability to perform duties of ARRT Technologist when not performing CT. Responsible for on-call procedures when indicated. May perform functional supervision over cross-training Radiology Technologists and/or students. ? Special Skills: Good verbal and written communication skills necessary to understand oral and written instructions stated in radiological and medical terms and to exchange information with patients and staff.
BONUS BASED ON ELIGIBILITY
Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications: Completion of JRCERT approved formal program in Radiologic Technology. Prior general radiology experience. Currently Certified and Registered in Radiography ARRT, CRT and CPR. Current Arizona CTCT license.
Preferred Qualifications: Two years CT experience. Computed Tomography R.T. (R) (CT) (ARRT).
Primary Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Facility: Abrazo Scottsdale Campus
Job Type: Full-time
Shift Type: Nights
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