IMAGING SERVICES TECHNOLOGIST ASSISTANT - PRN
Categories: Allied Health Professionals
Department: University Hospitals
Full/Part Time/PRN: PRN
Experience and Education
Imaging assistants must be familiar with computers and word-processing software (Microsoft outlook, word, basic excel).
A talented multitasker, with the ability to work on several projects at once, and be able to work well with others utilizing good communication skills and AIDET principals.
A quick and efficient worker that answers phones and assists with keeping up with the fast pace of the Imaging Services department workflow.
Should be a skilled communicator, with excellent people skills as an ambassador on behalf of the Imaging Services team and will be interacting with healthcare professionals, doctors, administration, and patients on a constant basis.
Cares for patients by transporting them to procedures, answering questions, providing privacy, and preparing them for imaging procedures, as well as ensuring that patients are comfortable and at ease during the imaging exam.
The ability to lift up to 40 pounds.
To assist with moving patients to/from stretcher, bed, or wheel chair and to transport patient back to patient's room.
Maintains/cleans/stocks exam rooms and work areas in neat and orderly fashion including monthly review for expired products.
Participates in hospital volunteer event/ hospital education program/or hospital class to enrich patient satisfaction and professional growth and development annually.
Displays adaptability, creativeness, prioritization and assistance to co-workers.
Is a committed member to the imaging services team that can include additional tasks, duties, and projects.
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