St. David's South Austin Medical Center is part of St. David's HealthCare , one of the largest health systems in Texas, which was recognized with a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award in 2014. St. David's South Austin Medical Center is an acute care facility with 316 beds, offering a range of complex specialties and sub specialties, including a nationally accredited oncology program with the area's only adult bone marrow transplant program; a trauma program that includes all of the capabilities and programmatic elements of a Level II trauma center to treat the most severely injured and critical patients; a comprehensive cardiac program; full service maternity and newborn care with Level I and II nurseries; and two full service emergency centers in the communities of Bee Cave and Bastrop.
Position Summary: The Nuclear Medicine Technologist provides services using radionuclides to assist in the diagnosis or treatment of disease. The technologist demonstrates knowledge of the human structure and functions, patient care, positioning, principles of nuclear medicine, radiation protection and specialized techniques. The images are produced and in accordance with the ARRT and CNMT standards. Furthermore, the technologist will perform within the guideline set by the Bureau of Radiation Control, South Austin Medical Center's Policies and Procedures Manual and the Radioactive Materials License.
Required: Graduate of an America Medical Association approved program in Radiologic Technology and/or Nuclear Medicine Program.
Required: Two years' experience as a Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist; or a Registered with American Registry of Radiologic Technology and three years' experience in Nuclear Medicine in an acute care setting. Must be able to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Required: Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist by the American Registry Radiologic Technology or the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification board required. Certification by the Texas Certification of Medical Radiologic Technologist. Must have current basic CPR certification.
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