Leading the industry with competitive wages and benefits, we continue to add to our team individuals who are dedicated, motivated, highly skilled, and willing to bring their hearts to share with those we serve.<br />


Methodist Hospitals

<strong><em>Leading the Way to Better Health</em></strong><br /><br /><strong>Methodist is a not-for-profit, community-based healthcare system that is governed by a 20 member board of directors. Stewards of our mission, we reinvest in our cities and towns through charitable giving, community education programs, support services, screenings, and by ensuring quality care to our most vulnerable and underserved citizens. We strive to be a part of our community as a strong advocate for its continued physical, emotional and economic well-being. Our primary service areas are Lake and Porter Counties. We encourage you to check out our open career positions and join our world-class team today!</strong>

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Competitive + Bonus Potential

Overview: <strong>POSITION</strong><br /><br />Provides high quality and accurate diagnostic MRI procedures as requested by physicians and approved by radiologists.<br /><br /><strong>BENEFITS</strong><br /><br />we offer competitive compensation packages and benefits. Our benefits package includes medical, dental and vision insurance coverage. We also provide tuition reimbursement, life insurance and 401k. Time away from the hospital is awarded through our Paid Time Off (PTO) benefit plan.<br /><br /><strong>SHIFT</strong><br /><br />Day/Evening Rotation
Responsibilities: <ul> <li>Introduces one self to the patient and/or family member and explains the procedure in details.</li> <li>Identifies patient with their name and date of birth.</li> <li>Obtains accurate and detailed history from patient or their immediate family related to the procedure.</li> <li>Prescreens patient for the MRI procedure using current set safety guidelines.</li> <li>Provides high quality and accurate MRI procedures as ordered by a physician, using preset department protocols.</li> <li>Assists in training and orienting new staff in all department functions.</li> <li>Scans prescreen and history sheets in RIS system.</li> <li>Sends MRI exam after completion to the PACS system promptly.</li> <li>Checks the PACS system to ensure the entire exam has been completely transmitted.</li> <li>Verfies the physician order and confers with radiologist when order is not clear, and obtains guidance from radiologist of any modification for the procedure.</li> <li>Keeps track of all supplies needed for the department.</li> </ul>
Requirements: <p><strong>KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES</strong></p> <ul> <li>Demonstrates excellent interpersonal skills with physicians, nursing staff, technologists and other support staff.</li> <li>Demonstrates compassion with all patient populations from infant to geriatric.</li> <li>Ability to perform MRI procedures.</li> <li>Ability to work independently with minimum supervision in a fast-paced environment.</li> <li>Ability to work flexible shifts and at all sites as required.</li> <li>Ability to handle stressful situations professionally.</li> <li>Licensure stated below does not allow for multi-modality exchange (i.e., ionizing radiation producing modalities)</li> </ul> <p><strong>EDUCATION</strong></p> <ul> <li>Associates Degree in Radiology Required</li> <li>Bachelors Allied Health Preferred</li> <li>Completion of a two year accredited school of Radiologic Tech and/or BA. Associates in Applied Sciences and Magnetic Resonance Imaging.</li> <li>1-3 Years Experience in Healthcare/Medical - Radiology (Imaging and Therapy) Required</li> <li>ARRT or ARMRIT must be obtained within 1 year of date of hire</li> </ul>