Radiology Technologist (POOL) - Surgery Center at Cherry Creek
About the Job
Surgical Care Affiliates (SCA) is transforming specialty care in our communities. We relentlessly create value by aligning physicians, health plans and health systems around a common goal: delivering exceptional care and healing to our patients and communities we serve. We are driven to achieve the quadruple aim in health care: high quality outcomes and a better experience for patients and providers, all at a lower total cost of care. As a national leader in surgical care, SCA’s 10,000 teammates operate more than 250 surgical facilities that serve nearly 1 million patients per year. For more information on SCA, visit www.scasurgery.com.
Why join SCA? Consider the following fantastic benefits…
- Positive work culture
- Career growth opportunities
- Comprehensive medical, vision and dental insurance – eligible on Day 1 of employment
- Paid time off plus 8 paid holidays
- Maternity/paternity/adoption benefits
- Employer-paid life and short- and long-term disability insurance
- Excellent 401(k) Plan
The Radiology Technologist is responsible for the fluoroscopic x-rays (C-Arm) procedures and other radiation procedures according to facility policy. The Radiation Technologist is responsible to assist with the provision of patient care to meet identified patient outcomes, and to achieve the goals of the facility as directed by the Clinical Leader/Registered Nurse. The Radiation Technologist performs duties according to scope of practice designated by the facility position description, role and responsibilities and under the direction of the designated clinical leader/Registered Nurse.
- Knowledge of radiation equipment, including the maintenance and care of equipment.
- Applies principles of radiation protection.
- Maintains documentation, reports, and files according to facility policy.
- Calculates and regulates equipment using established technique, knowledge and skill.
- Knows and practices the principles and procedures of sterile technique.
- Sets up and operates radiation equipment in operating/procedure rooms.
- Assists physician with imaging procedures.
- Assists with housekeeping tasks as necessary to provide a safe environment for patients, teammates, physicians, guests.
- High School graduate or equivalent; completion of an accredited radiology program required. 1-2 year experience in radiology.
- Knowledge and understanding of radiology principles and practices.
- Certification in radiation technology preferred.
- Successful completion of BCLS Course within 90 days of employment required or documentation of current BCLS certification.