Clinical Radiology Jobs in Rhode Island
Lifespan Newport, RI, 02840
High school graduation, or equivalent, and satisfactory completion of formal radiologic technology training of two years duration. ARRT registration in Radiography and Computed Tomography and Rhode Island Radiologic Technologist and Computed Tomography licensure. Current CPR certification. Minimum of five years of experience as a CT technologist and demonstrated leadership skills. Schedules, dire...
C. R. Bard , Inc Warwick, RI
To provide clinical support to Territory and District Manager during field sales visits. To aid BAS sales personnel by building strong, working relationships with end users during product in-servicing and clinical education programs. The ideal candidate must be able to work in a team oriented, fast paced environment. Bard Access Systems is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer that va...
Overview: Agfa HealthCare is a leading medical imaging and information management company, providing solutions for hospitals worldwide. With Agfa HealthCare products, hospitals provide more efficient and effective care for patients. Using the latest technologies, Agfa's solutions are revolutionizing how patients are diagnosed and treated, ultimately saving lives. As a pioneer in our field, we tak...
Job Description The MRI Technologist interprets physician’s orders and performs diagnostic radiography and MRI Scans, demonstrating expertise in use of equipment. Prepares equipment, correctly positions patients, and applies proper techniques for procedures. Prepares required reports and documentation, maintains work area, and assists in other support activities for department, such as transporti...
Formal training in an AMA-approved accredited school of radiologic technology or equivalent. Must be ARRT Registered Radiographer and hold a current license to work in the State of Rhode Island, or eligible to sit for the ARRT Registry and Board Certified within 3 months of receiving temporary state license. Ability to consistently meet the following job accountabilities: critical thinking, interp...
Two years of formal training in an approved School of Radiologic technology is required, plus registration through the American Registry for Radiologic Technologists. Advanced certification from A.A.R.T. in CT Scan is preferred. Current and valid license from the Department of Health to practice in the State of Rhode Island. Ability to operate all types of x-ray, CT Scan and related equipment, ...
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...
Care New England Health System Providence, RI, 02940
The MRI Technologist interprets physician’s orders and performs diagnostic radiography and MRI Scans, demonstrating expertise in use of equipment. Prepares equipment, correctly positions patients, and applies proper techniques for procedures. Prepares required reports and documentation, maintains work area, and assists in other support activities for department, such as transporting patients. Work...
Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent combination of education and experience. Clinical background preferred, for example: Pharmacist, RN, HIM, Laboratory, Radiology, Case Management, etc. Medical terminology, preferred. Experience in clinical systems and/or teaching background, preferred. Skill and/or experience in adult education. Ability to teach in classroom, group, and one-on-one setting. Abil...
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$31,200.00 - $70,000.00
Typical Salary for Radiologic Technologist in Rhode Island
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Some College Coursework Completed
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Provides information to diagnose patient illnesses by operating radiologic equipment to produce radiographs.
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Attention to Detail
Creating a Safe, Effective Environment
General Consulting Skills
Maintains radiology supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level; anticipating needed supplies; placing and expediting orders for supplies; verifying receipt of supplies.
Minimizes radiation to patient and staff by practicing radiation protection techniques, using beam restrictive devices, patient shielding, and knowledge of exposure factors.
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