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Albany Medical Center Med Imag Tech III-MR in Albany, New York

Department/Unit:

Magnetic Resonance Imag

Work Shift:

Evening (United States of America)

Must meet the requirements by the ARRT and be licensed by the NYSDOH; must be injection certified or eligible for injection certification. MRI experience preferred but not required.

The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technologist under the direction of the Medical Director and/or Section Head, the Clinical Specialist, the Manager, and the Radiologist performs technical procedures and assists in the clinical evaluation and care of the patients in a fast-paced, Level I Trauma and Academic Medical Center. The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technologist utilizes their specific modality to create diagnostic images and provide their patients with a safe and positive experience. Technologists support teaching and continue learning as the technology changes for both themselves and others. In addition to trauma and emergency room scanning, Technologists perform MRI exams on outpatients, inpatients (both stable and those receiving intensive care), research patients and those patients requiring specialized MRI-guided procedures

Thank you for your interest in Albany Med!

Please be aware for the safety and security of our colleagues and patients all new employees are required to successfully complete all applicable federal, State and institutionally mandated pre-employment screening requirements including:

  • Relevant Background Check(s)

  • Drug Screen

  • PPD / Tuberculosis Test

  • Reference Check

  • Applicable vaccinations

Albany Med is an equal opportunity employer.

This role may require access to information considered sensitive to Albany Med, 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 policies and standards, shall be made to ensure that information is adequately protected from unauthorized access and modification.

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