The Interventional Radiology Technologist assists the Radiologist and Neurointerventionalist with diagnostic angiography, interventional and neuro interventional procedures performed for the diagnosis and treatment of patients. Additional duties include:
Performs all diagnostic, interventional, and neuro-interventional procedures.
Assists physician with diagnostic angiographic procedures, as well as complex vascular and nonvascular interventional, therapeutic, and neuro interventional procedures; maintains a sterile field.
Prepares and positions patient prior to procedure and remains at bedside throughout the procedure.
Reports changes in the patient condition to appropriate personnel for follow-up.
Provides education to patient and family regarding procedure. Transports patients as needed.
Administers contrast media per established medication review protocols.
Documents procedural related information, performs radiographic image post-processing, and inputs procedural charges.
Performs related duties such as cleaning work area, replenishing supplies, assisting others, and reporting equipment malfunctions.
May perform moderate or waived point of care testing per CLIA guidelines.
Demonstrates standards of performance (ownership, teamwork, communication, compassion) that support patient satisfaction and principles of service excellence.
High school diploma or equivalent
Completion of a two-year degree in an approved Radiology program or work experience recommended by the approved licensing agency
American Heart Association BLS certification
1-2 years as an Interventional Radiology technologist, preferred
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