Mass General Brigham Integrated Care is a system-led operating entity formed by Mass General Brigham to develop new high quality, low cost, innovative community-based ambulatory care.This work stems from Mass General Brigham's unified system strategy to bring health care closer to patients while lowering total health care costs. MGB Integrated Care will provide a wide range of offerings, including outpatient surgery, imaging, primary care, behavioral and mental health, and specialty care, both digitally as well as at physical locations across the state and region.
We aspire to be people's first choice for health and care
- rooted in well-being and kindness -
by bringing world-class care closer to home (or at home!) and
being the bridge to world-renowned hospitals and research when needed.
We are looking for team members who possess not only the relevant skills and growth potential, but positive attitudes, flexibility, and creative mindsets to join our expanding team. Opportunities exist for team members to contribute both in their primary domain as well as in other areas of the organization.
Our core values are shared fundamental beliefs that guide our decision-making and behavior and bind us together as a team. At MGB Integrated Care, we are:
Bravely Human: We approach our work with empathy, vulnerability, and kindness.
Clearly Honest: We seek to provide clarity amongst our teams and patients.
Proudly Collaborative: We are all part of a team - each bringing our unique talents to bear.
Intentionally Consistent: We intentionally live our purpose, providing a cohesive experience for both patients and providers.
Exceptionally Creative: We continue to learn, grow, and iterate on the ways we work.
The Opportunity: Radiologic Technologist - Urgent Care (Boston Common)
Why This Role Is Important
We are seeking a Radiologic Technologist to work 3, 12.5-hour shifts per week with 2 on-call shifts assigned per 4-week scheduling period (overtime, weekends, and holidays as needed).
Reporting to the Practice Supervisor, Radiologic Technologists are responsible for performing diversified duties in the Diagnostic Imaging section of the Radiology Department while operating within established organizational and departmental policies and procedures. The technologist will be essential to driving iCare's mission towards always aspiring to be people's first choice for health and care, rooted in well-being and kindness, by bringing world-class care closer to home and being the bridge to world-renowned hospitals and research when needed.
The Radiologic Technologist will be primarily accountable for:
Utilizing practical knowledge of anatomy, protocols and scanner equipment to acquire top quality diagnostic information via ultrasound in an Ambulatory, Outpatient setting and Ambulatory Surgery Center
Maintaining department patient flow to provide superior patient experience and timely care, works efficiently and with confidence
Maintaining a working knowledge of department workflows including but not limited to:
Patient schedule management
Supplies and Equipment
Treating all patients with kindness, empathy and respect; how they would treat a family member receiving care
Front Office Duties (as needed):
Performs all the assigned duties of the front office, applying daily check lists for opening and closing of center.
Greets and assists patients and other guests in a professional, friendly, hospitable manner.
Registers arriving patients in the electronic medical record (EMR) following existing protocols.
Processes payments for services.
Back Office Clinical Duties (as needed):
Rooms and triages patients.
Documents review of symptoms, patient history, chief complaint, vital signs, and any other necessary clinical documentation in the EMR.
Obtains and processes patient specimens, according to protocol, for point of care tests (examples: rapid strep, flu, mono, pregnancy, urinalysis, glucose), sends out labs (examples: urine culture, strep culture), and other tests required for employee health visits such as breath alcohol test, urine drug screening. Collection of specimens is typically by urine sample or finger stick blood sample.
Assists with minor surgical procedures under the direction of licensed provider.
137 Stuart Street, Suite A-7 Boston, MA 02116 - We offer FREE parking.
We do our best to keep all employees at their assigned centers; however, for on-call shifts, employees must be able to commute to any of our locations, including Boston Common, Brookline, Cambridge, Lynn, Natick, Newton, Westwood, and Woburn. You may also be asked to report to any of these centers during orientation (for training/precepting purposes) or during times of staffing shortages or other extenuating circumstances (for cross-coverage purposes).
Must maintain required Licenses and Registrations for Massachusetts
Ideal candidate would possess at least one year of experience inclusive of surgical rotations and portable Xray
Those interested in applying should have a drive for continuous improvement and challenging the status quo, we are striving to be transformative and deliver cutting edge care utilizing the latest technologies
Mass General Brigham is an Equal Opportunity Employer. By embracing diverse skills, perspectives, and ideas, we choose to lead. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, age, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, military service, genetic information, and/or other status protected under law. We will ensure that all individuals with a disability are provided a reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment.