Job Description

Under the general direction of the Practice Administrator and the general supervision of the Office Manager, the Radiology Technologist is responsible for the provision of radiological services to patients according to physicians’ orders.  Provides for patient safety and high quality testing while maintaining safety precautions to minimize radiation exposure to patients, other personnel, and self.  The Radiology Technician will possess basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology required to apply principles of radiology and methods of exposure to obtain clearly defined films. Possesses basic knowledge of radiology equipment functioning to provide for minor repair and trouble-shooting for problems.

The Radiology Technologist may at times also be responsible for, but is not limited to, taking and recording patient vitals, draw blood or other samples if trained, assist physician during examination and treatment of patient, maintaining and documenting of patient chart with current information on patient's condition, care provided, and follow-up prescribed by the physician/provider.  Coordinates processing and care provided to patients examined by the Physician in performing or arranging for any lab or other diagnostic/clinical tests or treatments needed during examination.  Functions as a healthcare advocate and performs routine administrative processes for scheduling and coordinating hospital admissions or procedures, specialty and procedural referrals, and in-office procedure activities to support clinic operations.  May be asked to assist with other administrative duties such as answer phones, make appointments, obtain insurance authorizations, collect patient co-pays and deductible, submit charges with accurate Billing & Coding and other duties as assigned by the Physician and/or the Practice Administrator.  





Qualifications

 
  1. Graduate of an accredited or registered school of Radiology Technology.
  2. Current registration with A.R.R.T. (American Registry of Radiology Technologist) or registration eligible.
  3. Certified by the Louisiana Department of Health.
  4. Previous experience in a clinic or hospital environment preferred.



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