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Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Mosaic Life Care

Mosaic Life Care

St Joseph, MO, USA
Posted on Thursday, August 24, 2023

Mosaic Life Care is a health care system in northwest Missouri. With a vision of transforming community health by being a life-care innovator, Mosaic places the holistic needs of patients first by providing the right care at the right time and place, offering high value and quality health care.

Mosaic has a wide array of benefits to meet each employee’s individual needs. Our benefits were designed by listening to people just like you. Mosaic also offers several perks with a focus on ensuring our employees feel valued, including concierge services, employee lounge, wellness programs, free covered parking, free on-site and virtual health clinics and many more. When paired with compensation and recognition, it is what continues to make us the employer of choice for employees at any stage of their journey.

Details
  • Nuclear Medicine Technologist
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Full Time Status
  • Day Shift
  • Pay Range: $30.68 - $46.02 / hour
Summary
  • This position performs Nuclear Medicine procedures, provides patient services using imaging modalities, applies principles of radiation protection, and evaluates images for technical quality. Exercises professional judgment in the performance of procedures, provides patient care essential to imaging procedures.
  • This position works under the supervision of the Director, Assistant Team Leader, and Lead Technologist in the Radiology Department and is employed by Mosaic Health System
Duties
  • Interpret a provider's instructions.
  • Prepare patients for procedures.
  • Select imaging parameters.
  • View images from an imaging session and keep records of the results.
  • Review and complete patient exam and charges within the radiology information system.
Qualifications
  • Completion of approved program in Nuclear Medicine.
  • Registered by American Registry of Radiologic Technology in Nuclear Medicine or NMTCB or Registry Eligible. If registry eligible, must complete NMTCB or NMARRT registry within one-year of completed clinical training in Nuclear Medicine. BLS certification required.
  • Six months experience preferred.