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MRI Technologist - PRN
About Research Medical Center
Research Medical Center has served Kansas City and the surrounding area since 1886—and those years have allowed the 590-bed facility to put down meaningful roots in a community that depends on its acute and outpatient medical care services.
Although Research Medical Center receives awards and prestigious recognition from The Joint Commission, the American Heart Association and other high-profile organizations, we don’t rest on them—instead, our team members put excellence into action.
Research Medical Center, as part of HCA MidAmerica, does much more than just make an impact on patient lives and the community it serves. Our culture is founded on HCA’s tenets of innovation, high-quality care, mutual respect and collaborative teamwork. Our hospital offers career opportunities that challenge, embrace and transform lives. And the unwavering dedication to deliver world-class healthcare is a two-way street: Research Medical Center is committed to its employees and, in turn, employees are committed to its patients and loved ones.
Roles & Responsibilities:
Education: Graduate from an accredited program in Radiologic Technology. Two-year program or four year BA program in Radiology Technology. Further on the job training in MRI and or specialized training in MRI.
Knowledge/Professional Licensure/Registration/Certifications: American Registry of Radiology Technology (ARRT) registered. ARRT MR preferred upon hire or must become ARRT MRI within 6 months of hire. Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS.
Experience: Minimum of one-year MRI experience in a hospital department to include moderate sedation and or anesthesia assist.
Administrative Skills: Able to accurately complete MRI requisitions for the examinations performed. Experience with Radiology information systems to obtain previous examination reports.
Equipment/Machine Skills: Able to correctly and safely operate MRI related equipment following orientation period to the department. Routine use of office equipment (phone, fax, pagers).
Other Skills: Able to communicate effectively with all patients, physicians, nurses and other medical personnel. Able to handle periods of intensity with calm. Able to work in stressful situations while maintaining composure and perform required Radiologic duties regardless of the patient’s condition.