These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Radiologic Technologist resumes for your reference.
- Perform Fluoroscopic procedures such as UGI, Esophagram, Barium Enema, etc.
- Provide excellent patient care and customer service by obtaining sufficient patient history, keeping cleanliness of all exam rooms, stocking exam rooms with supplies, and attending to specific needs of the patient.
- Assist Radiologist through preparing films/images and marking them ready to be read.
- Perform radiographic techniques, position and operate conventional and special equipment for the purpose of performing mammographic examinations.
- Perform administrative work and quality assurance to facilitate the scheduling of patients and the accuracy and completeness of records in the Diagnostic Imaging Division.
- Receive patients and explain method of procedures to patients.
- Perform radiographic examinations using special low dose techniques, positions patients, select and set technical factors and adjust equipment parameters taking into consideration physical differences in patients and make exposures necessary for the requested procedure.
- Select correct exposure factors based on established procedures to produce good quality diagnostic images.
- Display knowledge of and follow standards for radiation protection, utilization of lead shields appropriately.
- Knowledge and consistent use of permanent film identification devices.
- Critique film quality and adjust technical factors to improve image quality.
- Determine patients’ x-ray needs by reading requests or instructions from physicians.
- Position patient on examining table and set up and adjust equipment to obtain optimum view of specific body area as requested by physician.
- Position x-ray equipment and adjust controls to set exposure factors, such as time and distance.
- Use beam-restrictive devices and patient-shielding techniques to minimize radiation exposure to patient and staff.
- Perform inpatient diagnostic x-rays in a variety of settings: Emergency Department, intra-operative\post-operative\pre-operative, out-patient, ICU and med-surg units.
- Operate C-arm fluoroscopy and O-arm portable CAT scan units under the direction of a surgeon during surgical procedures.
- Create a friendly, warm and memorable experience for patients while maintaining the department focus of zero patient misidentifications.
- Performed OB/GYN, abdominal, small part, vascular, breast and cardiac ultrasound examinations on inpatients, outpatients, and in emergency situations.
- Vascular ultrasounds centered around lower extremity venous duplex and carotid duplex imaging, with some experience in PVR/segmental pressures of the upper and lower extremities.
- Assisted doctors with breast biopsies and aspirations, lumpectomies, thoracenteses, amniocenteses and jugular vein catheters.
- Sent images to PACS, making sure all images transferred properly labeled, relaying my interpretation of the examination in a report page.
- Performs general diagnostic, fluoroscopic, and C-Arm procedures.
- Applies principles of radiation safety which includes using filters, cones, protective clothing and devices to obtain diagnostic-quality images.
- Documents procedures in patient medical records and departmental logs.
- Stocks supplies, maintained cleanliness, and quality assurance of scanners.
- Perform X-ray imaging, portable radiography and fluoroscopic procedures.
- Serve a diverse caseload including newborns, infants, children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients.
- Manage 12 to 15 procedures per shift, while maintaining high quality of care.
- Mastered radiology/hospital information systems including RIS and Carestream.
- Certificate of training in Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL) using Modulith SLX-F2.
- Complete diagnostic radiographic procedures in the radiology department and in surgery.
- Rotating Lead Tech, schedule tech schedules for the day for ER and surgery department.
- Perform diagnostic imaging, portable radiography and fluoroscopic procedures and the use of C-arm procedures in surgery.
- Serve a diverse caseload including newborns, infants, children, adolescents, adults and elderly patients.
- Demonstrated care and concern in patient handling and is proficient in good body me- chanics.
- Accurately position patients in an efficient manner to produce diagnostic images.
- Properly complete special fluoroscopic procedures (such as UGI, BE, esophagus, cys- togram etc).
- Complete MRI, and CT procedures in a radiology department of a 909 bed hospital.
- Perform MRI, CT, and x-ray imaging, portable radiography and fluoroscopic procedures.
- Serve a diverse caseload including newborns, infants, children, adolescents, adults, geriatric, and trauma patients.
- Mastered radiology/ hospital information systems including centricity, imagecast, EPIC, nightshift, hyperspace, and synapse.
- Perform diagnostic digital x-ray on patients, assisting the physician with potential diagnosis.
- Front desk clerical work, including checking patients in and out, collecting payments and verifying insurance.
- Triage of patients, including taking vitals and gathering patient history and symptoms.