Community Health Systems Radiology Technologist - Urgent Care - PRN - Days in TUCSON, Arizona
Seeking a Radiology Technologist PRN to join the fun, fast paced, customer service oriented team serving our Northwest Urgent Care patients!! Our focus is on high quality patient care through patient assessment, critical thinking skills, time management and teamwork. Must be willing to float to all Four (4) Urgent Care locations.
CRT license from State of AZ Medical Radiologic Technology Board of Examiners (MRTBE).
Summary: Performs radiographic examinations. Identifies predictable problems and plans and provides patient care. Maintains established department policies, procedures, objectives, and quality assurance, safety. Reviews and evaluates completed tests to ensures quality images.
Northwest Medical Center is a 300-bed hospital offering a full range of healthcare services including emergency services, accredited chest pain and heart failure programs, neurology and neurosurgery, outpatient imaging, a nationally accredited surgical weight loss program, total joint program, spine program and stroke center (recognized with Gold Seal designations by The Joint Commission), robotic surgery, GI lab, a free-standing women’s center, inpatient rehabilitation facility, wound care center, five urgent care facilities, and three ambulatory surgery centers. NMC also has several affiliated physician practices including Northwest Allied Physicians offering primary care and a wide range of specialists, Desert Cardiology of Tucson, Heart Center of Southern Arizona and Northwest Heart & Vascular. NMC is accredited by The Joint Commission and is an equal opportunity employer: race, gender, disability and Veteran status, and VEVRAA Federal Contractor – priority referral Protected Veterans requested.
Associates or better in Radiography
Licenses & Certifications
C-AHA BLS Basic Cardiac
C-MRTBE-C Rad Tech
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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