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X-Ray Technologist

Posted: 12/01/2022

Benefits/Perks

  • Great small business work environment
  • Assistance in achieving your professional goals and ambitions
  • Challenge to be a change-maker in the lives of others
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Paid time off, health insurance, dental insurance, retirement benefit, and more!
Company Overview
American Family Care (AFC) is one of the largest primary and urgent care companies in the U.S. Our state-of-the-art centers focus on the episodic treatment of acute illnesses and injuries, workers' compensation, and occupational medicine. Each location is equipped with an onsite lab and in-house x-ray capability.

Job Summary
Perform radiographic imaging procedures to assist physicians in diagnosing injuries and disease.

Responsibilities
  • Greet patients and explain procedures to patients in a compassionate manner
  • Position patients appropriately for diagnostic imaging procedures
  • Practice ALARA radiation protection techniques
  • Maintain a neat and clean working environment and ensure all supplies have been ordered and stocked
  • Process images, review for proper identification and quality control and prepare images for reading by a physician as well as radiologist overreads
  • Utilize both digital and non-digital diagnostic imaging equipment, ensuring compliance with approved radiology techniques and all policies and procedures
  • Aid physician with prescribed patient treatments in accordance with approved standards, policies, procedures, and protocol as necessary.
  • Perform routine maintenance, diagnose malfunctions, and make minor repairs on equipment, arranging for repairs as needed
  • Willingness to cross-train in other roles as appropriate including medical assisting and reception
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned
Qualifications
Associates degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school or six months to one-year related experience and/or training. ARRT-registered or board eligible preferred. Licensed per state regulation. In some states, Medical Assistant Certification or registry, Practical Nursing License, EMT or Paramedic certification is acceptable.

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