Imaging

Student Rad Tech

Type: PRN
Education: Enrolled in an AMA approved school of Radiologic Technology and have started their second year classifying them as a Senior student. Must be certified in Basic Life Support.
Hours: Varied
Experience: Clinical experience in a radiologic technology program.
Skills: Must be able to perform a variety of radiologic procedures, (general, fluoroscopy, portable) in a variety of settings (including surgery) with high regard for patient care and quality of work. Must possess a basic working knowledge of equipment to perform radiologic procedures and ancillary functions. Must demonstrate ability to provide basic patient care as related to Radiology. Must possess exemplary customer service skills (i.e. professionalism and tactfulness).
Description:

 

This position is required to have indirect supervision during the assigned shift by a registered Radiologic Technologist.  Student technologist is responsible for working directly with patients and assisting radiologists/R.P.A. while administering x-rays in the course of radiological examinations in concordance with physician orders. The student radiologic technologist shall be capable of operating radiologic equipment, perform a variety of radiological procedures, utilizes the PACS and RIS while providing patient care and patient safety as established by department standards. The student radiologic technologist is responsible for clearing all films with a registered Radiologic Technologist prior to submission to the Radiologists for interpretation. This position is responsible for performing a variety of basic clerical and housekeeping functions such as examination and work area cleaning, telephone communications, computer system data entry, information retrieval, (HIS, RIS, PACS), and infection control. Based upon documentation from their institution, the Student Radiologic Technologist shall be deemed competent in the following areas of general radiography, routine fluoroscopic procedures, emergent trauma radiography, radiographic technique formulation, radiographic quality control, and portable radiographic procedures. Student radiologic technologists exercise professional judgment and ethics while performing services in a demeanor complimentary to customer service, age specific criteria, safety and medical ethics.

CT Technologist

Type: PRN
Education: Certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) as a CT Technologist preferred. If not currently registered in CT, must obtain CT certification within one year of completing CT training.
Hours: Varied
Experience: Two years experience with all types of CT exams on multi-slice scanner is preferred.
Skills: Operates Computerized Tomography scanners, flow regulated injectors, UPS systems, patient monitors, hospital computer systems and other associated medical imaging equipment. Have the ability to deal with patients, families and other hospital employees in a professional and caring manner in times of great stress and crises. Have the abilty to handle constant pressure, stress and numerous interruptions associated with the busy schedule in the CT area.
Description:

 

This position is responsible for working directly with patients and assisting radiologists and/or staff physicians while administering ionizing radiation in the course of computerized tomography (CT) examinations in concordance with physician’s orders. This professionally trained person will be responsible for the operation of CT scanners, flow rate injectors, an EKG monitoring system, a picture archiving system.  This position is responsible for the use of radiographic supplies including iodinated contrast while providing patient care and patient safety as established by department standards. This position is responsible for performing a variety of basic secretarial, clerical and housekeeping functions such as customer service, examination and work area cleaning, telephone communications, computer system data entry, information retrieval, (HIS, RIS, PACS), and infection control.   This position, in addition to superb technical skills, will also require the ability to follow the CRMC service commitments to customers and fellow staff.

 
Type: FT
Education: Certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) as a CT Technologist preferred. If not currently registered in CT, must obtain CT certification within one year of completing CT training.
Hours: 10:30p-6:30a Thur. - Sun.
Experience: Two years experience with all types of CT exams on multi-slice scanner is preferred.
Skills: Operates Computerized Tomography scanners, flow regulated injectors, UPS systems, patient monitors, hospital computer systems and other associated medical imaging equipment. Have the ability to deal with patients, families and other hospital employees in a professional and caring manner in times of great stress and crises. Have the abilty to handle constant pressure, stress and numerous interruptions associated with the busy schedule in the CT area.
Description:

 

This position is responsible for working directly with patients and assisting radiologists and/or staff physicians while administering ionizing radiation in the course of computerized tomography (CT) examinations in concordance with physician’s orders. This professionally trained person will be responsible for the operation of CT scanners, flow rate injectors, an EKG monitoring system, a picture archiving system.  This position is responsible for the use of radiographic supplies including iodinated contrast while providing patient care and patient safety as established by department standards. This position is responsible for performing a variety of basic secretarial, clerical and housekeeping functions such as customer service, examination and work area cleaning, telephone communications, computer system data entry, information retrieval, (HIS, RIS, PACS), and infection control.   This position, in addition to superb technical skills, will also require the ability to follow the CRMC service commitments to customers and fellow staff.

 

Patient Care Associate/Certified Phlebotomist

Type: PRN
Education: Holds high school diploma or GED. Phlebotomy training desired but not required. Basic Life Support certification is required. Certification in phlebotomy from a national board is preferred or obtained within 12 months of initial hire date.
Hours: Varied
Experience: Hospital or doctors office experience with medical/surgical patients preferred.
Skills: A. See Competency skills list for phlebotomy. B. Basic EKG lethal arrhythmia interpretation. C. Able to Interact with the public in a pleasant, positive and courteous manner. D. Answers the telephone politely and obtains all necessary information. E. Able to provide assistance to physicians, technical workers and supervisors. F. Demonstrates ability to handle emergency situations in the prompt, precise and professional manner. G. Basic computer skills.
Description:

This position is responsible for providing phlebotomy, including but not limited to bleeding times and Arterial Blood Gases, for patients as directed according to established standards and practices.  This position provides clinical support to professional staff for basic nursing care under the supervision of radiologists and R.N.s.  Assists with routine cleaning of equipment and environment.  Responsible for supply inventory, maintenance, and stocking. Assisting the Outpatient Imaging Technologists with daily operations. This position is responsible for proper function of all ancillary equipment.  These personnel work within the confines of the Outpatient Imaging Center. 

RN

Type: PRN
Education: Graduate of a school of professional nursing. Current Tennessee RN license. (See Unit Specific Requirements)
Hours: Varied
Experience: Experience in acute care nursing preferred. (See Unit Specific Requirements)
Skills: BLS upon hire or during orientation (See Unit Specific Requirements)
Description:

This position is responsible for providing professional nursing care utilizing the nursing process within an assigned unit; assesses, treats and care for patients demonstrating an understanding of the cognitive, physical, emotional and chronological maturation process; coordinates care planning with other disciplines.  Oversees the work of other professional and non-professional personnel. 

Patient Care Associate

Type: PRN
Education: High school graduate (or have minimum of GED). CNA Certification preferred. CMA required at Inpatient Rehab.
Hours: Varied
Experience: Prior experience in a hospital setting preferred. No minimum required.
Skills: Able to read and write English. Clinical skills to perform basic nursing care. BLS current or within first 90 days of employment.
Description:

This position is responsible for performing basic and advanced Nursing Assistant skills under the direct supervision of an RN/LPN according to established policies, procedures, and guidelines within the department and the Medical Center.

Radiologic Tech

Type: PRN
Education: Associate Degree from an AMA approved school of Radiologic Technology and registered (or registry eligible) with the ARRT. The candidate must successfully pass the national registry test for radiologic technology within 12 months from the start of being registry eligible. Must be certified in Basic Life Support.
Hours: Varied
Experience: Two years of Clinical experience in an ARRT accredited radiologic technology program. Additional on the job experience is preferred.
Skills: Must be able to perform a variety of radiologic procedures, (general, fluoroscopy portable) in a variety of settings with high regard for patient care and quality of work. Must possess a basic working knowledge of equipment to perform radiologic procedures and ancillary functions. Must demonstrate ability to provide basic patient care as related to Radiology. Must possess exceptional customer service skills based upon the standards set at Cookeville Regional Medical Center
Description:

This new graduate/entry level position is responsible for working directly with patients and assisting radiologists and/or staff physicians while administering x-rays in the course of radiological examinations in concordance with physician orders. The radiologic technologist shall be capable of operating radiologic equipment, perform a variety of radiological procedures, operate the picture archiving system, use radiographic supplies including contrast while providing patient care and patient safety as established by department standards. This position is responsible for performing a variety of basic clerical and housekeeping functions such as examination and work area cleaning, telephone communications, computer system data entry, information retrieval (HIS, RIS, PACS), and infection control. The level I technologist shall be competent in the following areas: general radiography, routine fluoroscopy including barium studies, emergent trauma radiography, radiographic technique formulation, radiographic quality control and portable radiographic procedures. Level I technologists exercise professional judgment while performing services in a demeanor complimentary to customer service, age specific criteria, safety and medical ethics.

Type: FT
Education: Associate Degree from an AMA approved school of Radiologic Technology and registered (or registry eligible) with the ARRT. The candidate must successfully pass the national registry test for radiologic technology within 12 months from the start of being registry eligible. Must be certified in Basic Life Support.
Hours: Varied
Experience: Two years of Clinical experience in an ARRT accredited radiologic technology program. Additional on the job experience is preferred.
Skills: Must be able to perform a variety of radiologic procedures, (general, fluoroscopy portable) in a variety of settings with high regard for patient care and quality of work. Must possess a basic working knowledge of equipment to perform radiologic procedures and ancillary functions. Must demonstrate ability to provide basic patient care as related to Radiology. Must possess exceptional customer service skills based upon the standards set at Cookeville Regional Medical Center
Description:

This new graduate/entry level position is responsible for working directly with patients and assisting radiologists and/or staff physicians while administering x-rays in the course of radiological examinations in concordance with physician orders. The radiologic technologist shall be capable of operating radiologic equipment, perform a variety of radiological procedures, operate the picture archiving system, use radiographic supplies including contrast while providing patient care and patient safety as established by department standards. This position is responsible for performing a variety of basic clerical and housekeeping functions such as examination and work area cleaning, telephone communications, computer system data entry, information retrieval (HIS, RIS, PACS), and infection control. The level I technologist shall be competent in the following areas: general radiography, routine fluoroscopy including barium studies, emergent trauma radiography, radiographic technique formulation, radiographic quality control and portable radiographic procedures. Level I technologists exercise professional judgment while performing services in a demeanor complimentary to customer service, age specific criteria, safety and medical ethics.