Canton, Ohio

PURPOSE OF POSITION

The radiologic technologist assists the cardiologist, or other physicians as assigned, in the performance of minimally invasive and invasive fluoroscopic guided diagnostic and therapeutic procedures to assist in the diagnosis and/or treatment of the patient. RESPONSIBILITIES & EXPECTATIONS The technologist is responsible for pre-procedural set up, operating various radiology and support equipment, sterile field, scrub and circulating assistance during the procedure. The technologist is responsible for image archive management and appropriate documentation for the purpose of supply management, billing and procedural documentation. The Technologist assumes responsibility for ancillary tasks/duties associated with the delivery of high quality, safe, cost efficient patient care. • Identifies each patient and reviews each physician order for consistency of exam ordered with clinical diagnosis and all demographic information. Records pertinent data at all times. • Assesses patient condition, ensures patient safety through proper use of support/immobilization devices, and proper transport/transfer technique with regard given to the age of the patient. • Assists the physicians during invasive imaging and treatment procedures including; o Pacemaker and Defibrillator Implants o Electrophysiology Studies and Ablation Procedures • Gather and review all the proper patient information needed prior to procedure. (i.e. Lab work, images, consent, etc.) • Reviews each examination for technical accuracy making sure all necessary anatomy is included on the study. • Communicates all pertinent information to patient or person responsible. • Works closely and assists the physician during all procedures using proper sterile technique. • Dispenses appropriate preparations to patients as indicated by departmental protocol and/or physician order. • Explain exams/procedures to patients and address any questions or concerns. • Completes the proper paperwork needed for each exam and appropriately scans into the RIS system. • Provides radiation protection to patients in accordance with prescribed radiation safety standards; uses collimation, patient radiation protection, and immobilization. • Is familiar with and uses ALARA (as low as reasonably achievable) principles to maximize image quality and minimize patient radiation exposure. • Maintains proper sterile techniques for procedures and table preparation. • Consistently practices aseptic techniques, and strictly obeys isolation and infection control procedures. • Responsible for the monitoring of all procedure equipment such as but not limited to Cath Lab imaging equipment, EP imaging equipment, EP mapping and ablation systems, ultrasound, intravascular ultrasound, and hemodynamic monitoring equipment. Must demonstrate the ability to perform simple troubleshooting and resolution of issues, as well as report equipment malfunction to hospital Bio-medical department or vendor uptime for timely resolution or repair. • Appropriately cleans and disinfects equipment after every patient use. • Straightens, cleans, and disinfects the equipment and room after every patient use to meet infection control standards, and makes sure the room is restaged and resupplied prior to leaving a shift to enhance efficiencies in processes of patient throughput and supply ordering and stocking. • Must demonstrate reliability when on-call, back up call, or standby and must maintain appropriate proximity and availability to the hospital and department; must report to work within defined time frame to support and perform duties related to cases that are urgent, emergent, or necessary outside of normal departmental posted business hours. • Follows all current policies and procedures to maintain a safe working environment for patients, other team members, and oneself. • Follows all infection control guidelines including universal blood and body fluid precautions. • Updates job knowledge by participating in ongoing educational opportunities, reading professional publications and participating in professional organizations.

Job Requirements

• Minimum Education: ARRT Certification and Ohio Department of Health License • Minimum Experience: One-year Cardiac Cath Lab, EP Lab, and/or Interventional Radiology experience preferred. • BLS required • ACLS certification required within 1 year of hire • Exceptional organizational skills • Exceptional communication skills, both verbal and written. • Strong interpersonal skills • Ability to multitask • Sound technological judgment • Ability to work in a stressful environment All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

Primarily day shift with varying start times. Off shift on call coverage. • Subject to frequent interruptions and changes in priority of duties throughout the day. • Sitting/standing/moving about during working hours PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS ADDENDUM O = Occasionally = 0- 33% of the work shift or 0- 32 repetitions. F = Frequently = 34-66% of the work shift or 32-200+ repetitions. C = Constantly = 67-100% of the work shift or 200+ repetitions. N = Not essential job requirement. C Standing C Walking O Lifting (70 pounds) O Carrying (70 pounds) O Pushing (70 pounds) N Climbing with (70 pounds) O Stooping/Bending O Twisting/Turning O Kneeling/Squatting O Crawling O Reaching Up/Reaching Forward HAZARDOUS EXPOSURE CATEGORY Category 1 Includes tasks that involve exposure toblood, body fluids, ortissues. All procedures or other job-related tasks that involve an inherent potential for spills or splashes of, or mucous membrane or skin contact with blood, body fluids, or tissues are Category I tasks. Use of appropriate protective measures is required for every employee engaged in Category I tasks. CATEGORY II Includes tasks that involve no exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues, but employment may require performing unplanned Category I tasks. The normal work routine involves no exposure to blood, body fluids, ortissues but exposure or potential exposure may be required as a condition of employment. Appropriate protective measures willbe readily available to every employee engaged in Category II tasks. CATEGORY III Includes tasks that involve no exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues, and Category I tasks are not a condition of employment.

Canton, Ohio

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