Clinical Radiology Jobs in Rhode Island
Currently, there are no Clinical Radiology jobs available in Rhode Island which match this search. You may wish to explore similar job titles on the Healthcare jobs in Rhode Island page or view related jobs below.
Registration through the American Registry for radiologic technologists as well as two years formal training in an accredited School of radiologic Technology required. Current and valid license from the Department of Health to practice in the State of Rhode Island. Ability to operate all types of radiographic and related equipment, push portable radiographic equipment, and transfer and position pa...
RI Medical Imaging, established in 1943 and recently named one of the first outpatient diagnostic imaging Centers of Excellence by the American College of Radiology, prides itself in maintaining the highest standards of practice in diagnostic imaging. Through a network of private facilities located throughout the state of RI, our staff of radiologists, registered technologists and office personnel...
Busy Radiology Practice seeks a working Lead Receptionist/Site Coordinator. Responsible for overseeing and coordinating the work of the front office. Position is a working receptionist that supervises the overall performance of reception including providing direction, training, and support. Assigns reception duties within the site to ensure efficient patient flow, the best possible service, adequa...
High School diploma or equivalency required. Must have successfully completed the Rhode Island Hospital Radiology School’s Tech Assistant training program resulting in a certificate of completion. Must have numerical and analytical skills to prepare contrast media and to follow procedures that require quantitative symbols. Manual dexterity to operate all equipment that is needed to perform the a...
Two years formal training in an approved School of Radiological Technology required. Registration through the American Registry for Radiological Technologists. Advanced certification from A.R.R.T. in MRI is preferred. Thorough knowledge of MRI procedures to demonstrate techniques and evaluate performance of other technologists including a basic understanding of the operation of computer console...
Travel RN Jobs in the Locations You are Looking For! We currently have assignements for the following specialties: - MED SURG - CRITICAL CARE / ICU - ER - OR/SURGICAL SERVICES - LABOR AND DELIVERY / POST PARTUM ALSO AVAILABLE: PSYCH, AMBULATORY/OUTPATIENT, BURN, CARDIAC / CARDIAC CATH, CASE MANAGEMENT, NEURO, NICU, ONCOLOGY, ORTHO, PACU, PEDIATRICS, PICU, RADIOLOGY, REHAB, SNU / LONG TERM ...
Marten Transport Providence, RI
MRI Tech Category: Allied Health Department: MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING Schedule: Fulltime Shift: Day,Night,Evening,Rotating,Weekend Hours: Variable Grade: 153 Job Details: * Job Summary: The MRI Tech performs optimal MRI procedures and provides high quality care for patients of all ages from the neonatal to the geriatric. Takes call and modifies shift as necessary to meet the needs of t...
Get new jobs by email for this search
We'll keep looking and send you new jobs that match this search.
Upload your resume and let employers find you!
It's that simple!
Healthcare Career Tools
$31,200.00 - $70,000.00
Typical Salary for Radiologic Technologist in Rhode Island
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool
Education / Training
Some College Coursework Completed
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool
Provides information to diagnose patient illnesses by operating radiologic equipment to produce radiographs.
Rate of Growth
Size of Industry in 2006:
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, May 2006
Attention to Detail
Creating a Safe, Effective Environment
General Consulting Skills
Keys commands and data into computer to document and specify scan sequences, adjust transmitters and receivers, or photograph certain images.
Protects patients and employees by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols; following drug protocols in case of reactions to drugs, such as contrast media, administering first aid, and using the emergency cart.
Popular Clinical Radiology Articles
Professional Associations for Healthcare Workers
Whether you’re a lab tech, pharmacist, rad tech, social worker or therapist, there’s an association to serve your professional needs. Check out this listing.
Second-Career Rad Techs
Thinking about starting over as a radiologic technologist? Learn strategies from three latecomers on how to make the switch successfully.
Clinical Ed Checklist for Radiologic Technologist Students
This 10-item checklist can help radiologic technologist students get the most out of their clinical education.
Radiologist Assistant Career Path Expands Rad Tech Role
This new advanced clinical role can bring ambitious rad techs greater responsibility and bigger paychecks.
Radiologic Technologists Explore Career Options
The field may lack a formal career ladder, but RTs can still pursue a variety of paths in industry and healthcare.