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Location: Fort Bragg, California
Date Posted: 03 May, 2021
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Safety during a pandemic is of the utmost importance. This position prioritizes your safety and provides PPE.
An XRAY technician takes x-rays of patients’ internal anatomy to help physicians in diagnosing illnesses, diseases or injuries. They explain the procedures to patients and protect them from over exposure of radiation. The X-Ray tech should be able to position patients correctly in order to get accurate images. This may include lifting and moving patients with limited mobility.
- Appropriate license for your state
- Associate’s or Bachelor's degree in radiologic technology, radiology or related field
- ARRT certification
Responsibilities of an XRAY Technician:
- Recording accurate x-ray procedures
- Taking effective radiographic images of patients’ bones, tissues and organs per physicians’ request
- Verifying patients’ identity and reviewing doctors orders prior to x-ray
- Maintaining x-ray equipment and ensuring it’s regularly serviced and functioning
- Communicating x-ray process to patients and answering their questions/concerns
- Notifying management immediately of any damaged or malfunctioning equipment
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Education: Bachelors Degree