Medical Imaging Tech III-DR (P/T;Wknds) (Entry-Level)
Company: Albany Medical Center
Posted on: November 26, 2022
Department/Unit:Diagnostic RadiologyWork Shift:Weekend_Night
(United States of America)The Medical Imaging Technologist performs
technical procedures and assists in the clinical evaluation and
care of patients in a fast-paced, Level 1 Trauma Facility. The
Medical Imaging Technologist produces diagnostic images and
provides a safe, positive experience for the patient. The Medical
Imaging Technologist practices and enforces the radiation safety
measures in the New York State Department of Health Code Part 16.
The Medical Imaging Technologist supports teaching and continued
learning as technology changes.Education - Associate of Applied
Science Degree or diploma in Radiologic Technology from an
accredited programLicensure, Certification & Registrations - New
York State Registration in Diagnostic Radiography or possess a
limited permit to practice in the State of New York.Registered by
the American Registry of Radiologic TechnologistsThank you for your
interest in Albany Medical Center!?Albany Medical is an equal
opportunity employer.This role may require access to information
considered sensitive to Albany Medical Center, its patients,
affiliates, and partners, including but not limited to HIPAA
Protected Health Information and other information regulated by
Federal and New York State statutes. Workforce members are expected
to ensure that:Access to information is based on a "need to know"
and is the minimum necessary to properly perform assigned duties.
Use or disclosure shall not exceed the minimum amount of
information needed to accomplish an intended purpose. Reasonable
efforts, consistent with Albany Med Center policies and standards,
shall be made to ensure that information is adequately protected
from unauthorized access and modification.
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