Mercy Medical Center Clinton Mammography Tech - Full Time-St. Mary's Hospital in St. Mary's Hospital - Troy, New York
If you are looking for a Mammography Tech position Full Time, this could be your opportunity. Here at St. Mary's Hospital, an affiliate of St. Peter's Health Partners, we care for more people in more places.
Recognized leader: Magnet Hospital in the Capital Region
Quality of Life: Where career opportunities and quality of life converge
Advancement: Strong orientation program, generous tuition allowance and career development
What you will do:
Under the direction of the Breast Center Director, the Mammography Technologist performs mammography, breast localization and stereotatic diagnostic procedures in accordance with department ACR and MQSA guidelines.
Obtains, reviews, and records patient history form, obtaining complete clinical history pertinent to the procedure.
Instructs patients as to the nature of the exam being performed, explains procedure to baseline patients, reviews procedure with others.
Demonstrates accurate positioning according to department and ACR guidelines.
Assures that films meet department quality control standards regarding patient ID labeling, positioning, technique and overall exam quality.
Accurately completes all required documentation related to patient care, imaging exams and RIS procedures.
What you will need :
AAS Degree in Radiologic Technology (or equivalent hospital based certificate program)
Current ARRT registration and NYS license required
RRT, Mammography registry preferred
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