Posted in Other 7 days ago.
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
MRI Technologist/Imaging Specialist; Per Diem; Days Monday - Thursday
Perform MRI imaging safely and efficiently based on established guidelines and protocols. MRI technologists will be required to have sound knowledge of cross sectional anatomy, spine anatomy, neuro-vascular anatomy, and head and neck anatomy including knowledge of common head and neck diseases and their processes. The MRI technologist will act and work both independently and in collaboration with Radiologists, the Lead Imaging Specialist, Associate Director Radiology and fellow technologists to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of exams while constantly providing comfort and safety to patients in order to achieve the highest diagnostic imaging quality possible.
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Should meet one of the following educational recommendations as set forth by the department and the American College of Radiology (ACR):
- ARRT registered with advance certification in MRI
- ARRT registered or MA state license and 6 months supervised MRI clinical scanning experience.
Associate or Bachelor degree in allied health field and certification in another clinical imaging field (such as ARDMS or NMTCB) and 6 months supervised
MRI clinical scanning experience Preferred
Technologists must maintain Basic Life Support (BLS / CPR) certification throughout employment and keep in compliance with CE requirements as set by the employees certifying organization and the American College of Radiology.
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